Pop Culture

Looks Enjoyable: Disgust towards the Sexualizing of Girls in Game Narratives & Halloween Costumes this October

So the 31st of October is coming up very soon, a day that coincides in the states with flamboyant costumes, somber rituals, apple cider, the end of the harvest season, classic horror movies showing up in theaters for a limited time, copious amounts of candy, […]

Tar-oh!

In the latest issue of Witches & Pagans, there was a short article from professional tarot reader Witch Hazel. While the article was on how to approach cards with negative connotations like Death or Devil in a way that isn’t intimidating, that’s not what I […]

Developing PRIDE: The Attendance of Gender and Sexual Diversity in Pagan Game Designers

We’re twenty days into June, which means that, for twenty days, my Facebook and Tumblr dashboards have consistently presented me an excess of rainbow flags, companions and couples and companies kissing for cameras, and the gender nonconforming and non-white reality of the Stonewall Riots. It […]

Presenting “Technopaganisms + Videogames” at Metropolitan State University’s Student Research Conference

Today (or, Monday the 24th of April, 2017, as it will be known in the nearer future), I presented my poster all about Paganisms and video games to a room full of well-dressed folks at my university. I was awarded the Conference Organizers’ Award which […]

Inquisitive Mage in the Dragon Age

When Dragon Age: Inquisition first came out in 2014, this third game of the Dragon Age series excited fans with its responsive, realistic, refined graphics as well as its inclusion of (positive) modern queer politics and positionalities in a fantasy realm, goals that BioWare really […]