A gay gamer got an earful when he used the name "xxxGayBoyxxx" for XBox's gun-happy Halo 3. He explains:
"This is what happens when gay Masterchiefs don't abide by 'Don't ask Don't tell'.
Watch what ensues when I use a gamertag that's proud and unambiguous, xxxGayBoyxxx.
Other than maybe a quick 'hello' to the chat room or a request to 'veto', I didn't ever say anything first or taunt anyone. What was said by these players was initiated by them with no provocation on my part. The vast majority of the times I wouldn't even respond back so the audio would be clear."
The results aren't pretty. Nor is the language...
Gaygamer.net webmaster Flynn DeMarco follows up this video by saying:
"Back when we were hacked, the story got around to various websites and the one question that many uninformed readers asked was 'Why does there need to be a gay gaming website? Can't we all just be gamers? Why do they have to segregate themselves?' I think one viewing of this video will explain exactly why."