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Are you a "gaymer"? If so, you’ve come to the right place. Video games are playing an increasingly vital role for the LGBTQ community as they become a more and more established form of art and entertainment. No longer are video games just for straight guys; these days gay gaming is all the rage! Gay gaming is taking over the world of RPGs, first-person shooters, even throwback arcade games. These games allow us to explore entirely new worlds and try on completely new characters. Men can be women in the virtual world, and vice versa. It’s escapism at its best. LGBTQ people isolated from the larger queer community can disappear for hours on end into their favorite game. While there isn’t exactly a treasure trove of gay-themed video games hitting the market, that doesn’t mean there isn't plenty to discuss in the world of gay gaming, from LGBTQ characters in some of the latest big releases to queer storylines and Easter eggs. There are so many different video games online and in stores that everyone is bound to find something they love to play. Regardless of what kind of virtual experience you’re seeking, you can find your own niche in the wonderful world of gay gaming.
Gaming
5 Gay Board Games From Years Gone By, Including the Ultimate Leather Daddy Monopoly

If you’re looking for gay board games to add to your collection, we’ve got your back — here’s our list of five games from yesterday and today

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Gaming
Here Are the 15 Pokémon That Totally Turned Me Gay

I used to be straight and now I’m super-duper gay, and Pokemon is totally to blame, specifically these 15

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Gaming
You’ll Lust After the Male Version of Tomb Raider’s Lara Croft

For any gaymer who has ever wanted a male version of Tomb Raider’s Lara Croft, meet Nathan Thomas. He’ll raid your dreams.

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Entertainment
The World’s Largest Arcade, Funspot in New Hampshire, Is a Must-Visit for Gaming Fanatics

Ayn Rand quotes and anti-government lawn signs greet visitors to the world’s largest video arcade. If you disagree, is it still okay to go inside?

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