A checklist to ensure accessibility for virtual events your are planning.
The manner in which we rank our own identities has long been a point of fascination for me. If you ask me who I am, I will tell you I am a Muslim immigrant who is queer and deaf. My partner would tell you that they are a chronically ill queer nonbinary person. My older […]
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced industries all over the world to shift their businesses online. The gaming industry is no different. And studies show that work-from-home employees are more productive, have more energy and no longer have to suffer through that pesky commute. But the massive cultural shift has had another side effect: People with […]
Sometimes we say things that are hurtful. Here’s what to say instead. “That’s just crazy.” “How lame.” “I got gypped.” You may not know it yet, but these common idioms can be deeply hurtful for folks who suffer from mental health issues; folks who are disabled, and people of Romani descent, respectively. And yet, these […]
As the industry leans into diversity and inclusion, are disabled people part of that? Quite often, getting into the gaming industry relies on who you know, how well connected you are to those making decisions about who gets hired, whose content is important, and who is most visible in gaming. It probably won’t come as […]