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GaymerX Teams With Logo TV on First Ever LGBT Gaming Convention

Collaboration with the largest LGBT cable television network cements movement of queer geeks into the mainstream.

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cleft51169d ago

Pretty cool, I hope the convention is successful.

knifefight1169d ago

Some pretty hateful jerks disagreed with you.

cleft51169d ago

Of course they do, they are idiots. These are the sort of cowards that think they are anonymous on the internet so they say a bunch of hateful stuff.

MidnytRain1169d ago

OMG lol.

E3 not good enough? Am *I* not good enough??!

ftwrthtx1169d ago

You are totally missing the point.

TekoIie1168d ago (Edited 1168d ago )

Dunno. I dont take issue with this but imagine this for a minutre:

"Gaming convention.... For whites only".

Could you imagine the uproar?

Seriously there will be gamers in the area of this convention who would be desperate to go in and check out all the new stuff. But because of their sexuality they cant...

You dont fight discrimination by discriminating.

My_Name_BTW_Is_Dante1169d ago InappropriateShowReplies(2)
Sclavius1169d ago

Uh you guys know you're welcome at regular conventions. Honestly I don't think this is needed. What would be the difference in a gay gamer convention?

mitchell11881169d ago

Right?? I'm pretty sure we don't have "straight" or "bisexual" conventions and if so....just stop it. Humanity creates its own segregation. I don't care what ur preference is sexually, if u like to play games what's the problem just play the dam game.

cleft51169d ago (Edited 1169d ago )

You do understand that straight people are also welcome at this convention. I don't know that an entire separate convention is necessary either, but apparently they feel it is necessary. The same way I don't think that an entire separate convention is necessary for women either.

I don't know if this sort of convention is needed, but judging from some of the hateful comments that people make maybe it is needed. Either way it's just another convention and while it does focus on LGBT issues, it doesn't exclude straight people from being allowed at the convention. If anything this will inspire the other conventions to add some focus on these topics.

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