Why games go politically correct

Before gamergate was a thing, I wrote an article on how the Mass Effect series got progressively worse because of typical prig prog antics.¬†Given that most gamers are apolitical and generally dislike preachy politics being added to their games, it isn’t obvious why game companies would be so willing to…

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Choosing sides

Choosing sides

Recently, BuzzFeed attempted to generate a fake scandal about a home improvement television show. (Which also happens to be my mom’s favorite show, which we will come back to later). Basically, Joanna and Chip Gaines are a couple who fix up crappy houses for clients. They are believing Christians and…

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Wikipedia in Action on Race

Wikipedia in Action on Race

I like to refer to Lewontin’s fallacy frequently when debating people who deny the biological basis of race. Wikipedia, while clearly not perfect, did have a reasonable article (at least for quick referral of lay-people) on the paper written by W.F. Edwards which coined “Lewontin’s fallacy.”(1) A brief overview is…

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The Neoreactionary Inquisition

The Neoreactionary Inquisition

(Image Source, T-shirt available) Writing under my alternative username Nemester, the head moderator over at /r/darkenlightenment, I made a post and a comment in which I discussed entryists and how they might be effectively dealt with. I have gained lots of direct experience with actually dealing with entryists which should…

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