Giggling with the Lovely Ladies of the Round Table

  I had the awesome privilege of joining the lovely Ladies of the Roundtable for #LORTLive to talk all things girls & gaming. It was an honor to meet them and find our shared passions, as gaming so often does for so many people. Did you miss the livestream?...

Girl Museum has partnered with Ladies of the Round Table!

We are very excited to announce that we are an official academic partner of the Ladies of the Round Table! On January 25, our very own Tiffany Rhoades will be a guest of the #LORTLIVE weekly videocast at 9:30 pm EST. She’ll be talking girls, gaming, and STEM with...

Why I Game: Emily Lawry

I was relatively old before I started gaming, mainly because my mother had decided there was something vaguely unhealthy about it. My sister and I were more wooden abacus and jigsaw children. However I can’t remember a time as a girl when I didn’t deeply covet my...

Why I Game: Jupiter Hadley

I game because I used to dabble in game development. When I was younger, I used to play online multiplayers like Minecraft to meet friends and escape the everyday drama. There, I met an indie game developer, who created games he wanted to play. I knew games were made...

Why I Game: Michelle

I don’t think I ever really identified myself as a gamer. In that regard I must admit to having fallen for the stereotype of society. The unkind kind of stereotype of a guy living in his parents basement, glued to his computer screen. Not me, a girl with long blonde...

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