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The Married Gamers Episode 342: Gamer Gated Community

Written by (@leftybrown) on September 8, 2014 in Married Gamers Podcast, Podcasts

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It’s a pretty awful few weeks to be a gamer. To talk about the vitriol and controversies making up “Gamergate” and more, Chris and Kelly invite Regina and Rhonda of the Game on Girl podcast to chat about the topic. We also dive into The Week in Geek and reflect on our favorite movies this… Read More »


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The Married Gamers Episode 325: Twenty Years of Boobs

Written by (@leftybrown) on January 27, 2014 in Married Gamers Podcast, Podcasts

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As Laura Croft turns twenty this year, The Married Gamers are joined by guests, Rhonda Olgelsby and Regina Mcmenomy from the podcast, Game On Girl. And yes, we talk about her boobs…a lot….but it’s all about the larger picture of gender and video games. Also this episode, we discuss our favorite arcade cabinets, discuss our… Read More »


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Five PAX East Panels You Shouldn’t Miss

Written by (@mrsleftybrown) on March 20, 2013 in Features, Pax East 2013

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When heading to PAX East it is hard to not be mesmerized by all the sights and sounds that will be before you on the show floor. This is the way that the video game companies have been planning it for quite a while. They want to keep you in line for hours to play… Read More »


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TMG-287 Wish They All Could Be Game On Girls

Written by (@leftybrown) on February 15, 2013 in Married Gamers Podcast

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This week, Chris and Kelly are joined by Rhonda and Regina from the Game on Girl podcast. The start things off with a discussion of the Ouya. The show topic is the “credentialing” of women in the gamer and geek circles. Why do women who consider themselves gamers or geeks have to always “prove” they’re… Read More »