I’ve been playing video games for nearly 20 years, and I’ve never played a game that was so much about social justice.
When #GamerGaters started tweeting about Anita Sarkeesian and Zoe Quinn, I decided to play the game.
I didn’t realize that it would take such a massive backlash to finally make that happen.
#Gamergaters were so angry about this issue that they tried to get me fired from my job at my company, The Escapist, after a few months.
It was like a big-time scam.
They threatened me with legal action, and they said I was a bad person.
The company has a very strong policy against harassment, but I think it was a bit of a mistake for them to take my job.
But I was actually surprised when people started to come to the realization that this was a global phenomenon.
They started to tweet and Facebook and Reddit about it.
So, it was an incredible, powerful, and very interesting experience.
The Escampers job, for the most part, was never that difficult, but it was very difficult to find people who wanted to work there, and so people started coming in.
I was just starting to get a little bit of traction when I started to get messages from people who were very passionate about the cause.
A lot of people who said they were gamers, or gamers who are active on Twitter, said they wanted to start a gaming blog or create a game.
The idea of being a gamer as a writer is a really cool thing, and to be able to help others create something that they want to share is something I really want to be a part of.
The game I created with my friend was called #GamerGirl, and it was something that was very much about women in gaming, and we were all really passionate about that.
We created a game for women and it’s very much focused on female characters and the representation of women in video games.
And the idea of creating a game like that to support #GamerGirls’ cause is something that I am super proud of.
We were the first game that I ever created with the intention of making a game about women, and for me, that’s the most important thing.
So it was definitely a great experience for me.