March 20th, 2009

I love getting things all in order. Seriously, I think I was a date book in a past life.

That’s why I’m psyched to be wrapping up the “In the News” section with this three part “best of” series. It’s also why I’m psyched to finally be able to make changes to Heroine Sheik, and specifically get the my articles section slowly up to date. Seriously, there are hundreds of those articles. How’s a girl supposed to keep them all straight?

Anyways, a final nostalgic selection of cool or important moments in the last few years of sex, gender, and games:

  • Sex workers protest Grand Theft Auto (2/06).
  • Escorts set up shop in MMOs (5/06).
  • Nick Yee researches falling in love online (8/06).
  • Gamestop’s “Games for Girls” displays leave female gamers bleeding at the eyes (11/06).
  • Ubisoft’s Imagine series teaches girls to be baby-making machines (3/07).
  • As maybe you’ve noticed, my interests these days are a lot more varied than they were when Heroine Sheik first got started. I write about cybersex, about social networks, sometimes about straight tech. Still, sex, gender, and games will always have a special place in my heart. And that place is unapologetically pervy.

    See also:
    Sexy Nostalgia: best of “In the News” part 1
    Sexy Nostalgia: best of “In the News” part 2

    Tags: housekeeping

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