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Featured: Avoiding the avoidable: Why 'optional' queer content isn't solving the diversity problem (and how to fix this)

A screenshot of the Stardew Valley showing different characters the player can date.
‘Playersexuality’ describes the phenomenon of romanceable non-player characters being interested in the player-character regardless of their gender, typically in very heteronormative gameworlds. It’s the ‘easiest’ form of queerness to incorporate into a game; in fact, it’s even easier to implement than heterosexual-only romances, as developers don’t need to change these characters’ interactions with the player based on the gender selected during … [read more]