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Category Archives: stereotypes
Within games and gaming communities alike, there is an overwhelming lack of diversity: Fantasy games like Dragon Age or Final Fantasy have a surprising lack of black and brown people aside from the few used as plot points. The addition of female soldiers in Call of Duty: WW2 had male fans in an uproar about historical accuracy—what, were women not … Continue reading “Where are all the Black People?” Continue reading
This week’s movie, Election, is tied so far as my favorite movie that we have watched in class up until this point. I was not only entertained by the subtle humor of the film, however, but was also forced to … Continue reading → Continue reading
The scene in “But I’m a Cheerleader” in which Megan and Graham first kiss is ripe with discussion-worthy material (watch here: But I\’m a Cheerleader – first kiss). To recoup, Graham follows Megan outside of Cocksuckers after Megan grows jealous that … Continue reading → Continue reading
Here is an interesting/funny video on how sports became racially divided. Although it doesn’t really explain anything it just shows how stupid it is to have certain stereotypes. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eqLB8wyrE_A&feature=player_detailpage[/youtube] Continue reading
Even one’s own gender tends to possess authority over a person, limiting one’s choices through social and behavioral norms. Although modern people do not adhere to these constructs as rigidly as in previous times, males and females continue to follow … Continue reading → Continue reading