The Opoponax app gives influential French feminist Monique Wittig's work a digital edge.
This campaign for journalistic integrity is fueled by a lot of misogyny.
It may not offer challenging gameplay, but the game's take on sexuality is refreshingly open.
A Recent Apology from Blizzard’s President Aims to Quiet Female Critics.
Even though women don’t usually grace E3 stages, there are a growing number of women in games.
You can get married in Nintendo's new simulation game, but not if you're a lesbian.
The stereotype of 'gamers' as straight men is just plain wrong.