Tag: gender and sexuality

Inclusive games improve everyone’s experiences

By: Peter Miles Hamilton  Columnist March was Women’s History Month. March 31 was Transgender Day of Visibility, and April has brought in Autism Acceptance Month. As I consider this time of recognition, I cannot help but notice how poorly represented these groups are in the medium I love. Although the representation of women in gaming

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Corsets laced up in misconceptions from the patriarchy

By: Kate Luce Co-Editor-in-Chief  kmluce@iu.edu Corsets cinch waists and define curves, but the misconceptions bound society to believe their danger.  Dr. Rebecca Gibson took on a critical look at the misconceptions on the corset during the first Women and Gender Studies forum of the semester on Friday at 12 p.m. Gibson started her talk out

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