EA, Zynga, Microsoft Support Challenge to Defense of Marriage Act

Three companies with major involvement in video games—EA, Zynga and Microsoft—have joined some 40 other companies, including the Gap, Google and Starbucks, along with several cities, including New York, Boston and Los Angeles, in filing a brief to support a legal challenge to the Defense of Marriage Act. The Act,… » 7/19/12 5:00pm 7/19/12 5:00pm

A Lighthearted Look at Games' Light-in-the-Loafers Moments

Full-blown Baader-Meinhof Phenomenon here. This week I learned the cornermen in Ring King weren't giving the boxers blowjobs, they were changing their cups. Then Current TV mentions the same thing in this hilarious look at gay representation in video games. » 6/13/10 4:00pm 6/13/10 4:00pm

NCAA 10 Patch Resolves 'Gay' Filtering

Probably not the biggest gameplay issue NCAA 10 players are concerned about, but the "gay" filtering foofaraw has been cleared up as part of a massive patch, the second put out for this game in two months. » 8/26/09 10:00pm 8/26/09 10:00pm

See The GLAAD On Games Panel For Yourself

If your Kotaku comment made it into the talking points of the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation panel a couple of weeks ago, this video immortalizes your screen name. » 7/29/09 8:20pm 7/29/09 8:20pm

GLAAD Panel: Pearls of Wisdom And Points Of Discussion

I've got a re-cap of last Saturday's Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation right here, but if you're looking for quick quotes and interesting issues to rehash, here are a few gems. » 7/20/09 9:40pm 7/20/09 9:40pm

Your Comments Fuel Gay Gaming Conference

Physically, you may not have been at EA Redwood Shores this weekend. But if you commented on to Justin Cole's op-ed column to Kotaku, you were there in spirit. » 7/20/09 8:40pm 7/20/09 8:40pm