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This is a guest post by the delightful Kathryn of Contemporary Japanese Literature.

Title Card for Don't Go In the Old Greene House. [Image of an illustration of a family photo with one of the faces scratched out] by Laura Knetzger

Title Card for Don’t Go In the Old Greene House. [Image of an illustration of a family photo with one of the faces scratched out] by Laura Knetzger

Don’t Go In The Old Greene House is a short haunted house game made using Twine. Although it features ghosts and gets creepier as the player progresses, ultimately the story is about a young woman coming to terms with her body and her identity. [Contains mild spoilers.]

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In this gender reader: more on Abenomics, Disney dimorphism, video games before gendered marketing, and more.

I have never met a person who could completely cover my hands in theirs. I'd be making that face, too. Image from Frozen via Family Inequality.

HULK SMASH YOUR DELICATE LADY HAND. Image from Frozen via Family Inequality.

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Via 16-Bit Sirens’ “CONsent.”

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