headcanons, fanworks, & reviews, all surrounding the theme of diversity in the gaming community.
Hey, everyone! I went ahead and made it- introducing you all to Gamer Accessibility,a work-in-progress blog created to provide reviews, news, and fanworks for different video games, free of the bigotry, misogyny, homophobia, transphobia, ableism, and racism typical to the gaming community.
It’s a safe space for gamers who often find themselves without one; gamers of color, nonbinary gamers, MOGAI gamers, girl gamers, mentally ill gamers, disabled gamers, autistic gamers, poor/lower class gamers. If you consider yourself a gamer, this blog has room for you on it, regardless of whether you fit the stereotypical mold of “real gamer”.
Due to being a WIP, the blog’s theme is a bit ill-put together, and for that I apologize; currently this project is manned by myself alone, so I’m working slowly but steadily at it. I hope to open applications for fellow moderators, but for now, you can help me expand the scope of the blog by reblogging this post!
Thanks for your time; I hope my blog can end up helping people!
I love that point in a friendship when you get what the other person’s style is - their “thing.” You see a knit jersey tie and think of them immediately; a type of weather, a bad movie, a woman’s outfit. You know, with absolute certainty, that your friend would enjoy this thing with you more than anyone else in the world. You feel closer in that moment of recognition, even if they’re not there.
there’s a clear and easily defined difference between emotional manipulation and needing attention and validation bc of a personality disorder. idk why neurotypical people have such a hard time grasping that???
literally nothing about needing affection is inherently manipulative, and it is vital to our safety. don’t u dare pretend it’s something we can control, or an excuse we use to manipulate all the people around us.