Another week gone, and more incredible contributions were made to the gaming world through the blood, sweat, and hashtags of gamers supporting diversity. The documentary Gaming in Color was broadcast live on Twitch, Brianna Wu’s Revolution 60 was Greenlit by the Steam community, Anita Sarkeesian spoke at the NYU Game Center, and much more. Every week, we’re on the ground delivering you the best Twitter has to offer!
If you’re in the market for more inspiring 140-word quotes like these, scroll through our past Sunday Loot posts. It’s vital that we rally together in this industry by supporting the content our fellow gamers create.
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— Witch of the Wilds (@Wild_Morrigan) January 21, 2015
This isn't just about video games. If it was, I'd've given up a long time ago. It's abt how people are represented in our society –@femfreq
— Games for Change (@G4C) February 6, 2015
the shark just found out about #gamergate. he is disappoint. 😦
— srh (@srhbutts) February 2, 2015
"Games should not be used to sell the devs' identity politics."
*removes every game with heterosexuality from Steam*
— Bossident Evil (@laevantine) February 3, 2015
— Fiora Aeterna☄ (@FioraAeterna) February 7, 2015
Our self-worth ties directly into our ability to be creative, productive, and open to new opportunities.
— Allison House (@house) February 4, 2015
If this shows anything, the Twitch chat during @GamingInColor shows EXACTLY why we need representation, queer spaces, etc. in gaming.
— Lucian Clark (@Wolferfly) February 7, 2015
— Yato! (@OfficialYato) February 3, 2015
Criticizing something doesn't mean you want it to fail. A passionately engaged audience is better than an indifferent one #fandom101
— Orlando Jones (@TheOrlandoJones) February 2, 2015