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Further Developments on the Crusade to Censor Conan

Yesterday night, I put up a post condemning two feminist crusaders’ attempts to censor the Conan board game. Near the end of that piece, I said it was possible that Monolith could remove the content that the feminists wanted removed, … Continue reading

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A Clarion Call to Censor Conan

UPDATE (11/23/2016): Dragon Award-winning author Brian Niemeier brings the pain. Also, the Reddit board KotakuInAction has some very good comments from people familiar with the Conan mythos. UPDATE 2 (11/23/2016): Further developments here. There is hope. UPDATE 3 (11/23/2016): Here’s … Continue reading

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Censorship: This Time, It Is the Government

“It’s only censorship if the government does it.” Every time there’s news that a developer is removing content from a game, the social justice crowd rushes in to remind us all that “censorship” can only be done by governments. Pretending … Continue reading

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Captive Audience of Social Justice

By now, everyone has noticed the march of social justice types through various geek media; no longer content with film, television, and publishing, they have invaded comics, video games, and tabletop games, to scrub it clean of “problematic” content. If … Continue reading

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