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10 Times Gamer Girls Totally Had Enough Of The Toxic Male Gamers

| Right | September 26, 2020

Dear readers,

We’ve made it quite clear in the past that many of the NAR editors love video games! Half of the editing team identify as female. Apparently, these two facts cannot co-exist with a certain population of the geek and gaming communities. Therefore we thought it was time to round up ten glorious stories celebrating girl gamers and geeks (or as we like to call them… gamers and geeks) totally owning the toxic masculinity that seems to think girls should stick to cooking and make-up.


Dealing With A Whole New Animus – Woman have been dealing with this throughout history.

Fake Gamer Girl Strikes Again! – Do I need to call my non-existent boyfriend to come here and explain it to you?

Call Of Duty: Misogynist Warfare, Part 2 – Gamer girls are allowed to exist as long as they’re fat and ugly.

Video Games Belong In The Kitchen! – The kind of developer who doesn’t see the need for “female” in the character-creation screen.

Call Of Duty: Misogynist Warfare, Part 5 – They’re in for a real Bioshock when they find out how good girl gamers are.

I Marvel At Your Chauvinism – Wishing you could treat this guy like Black Widow would.

Call Of Duty: Misogynist Warfare, Part 4 – Girls have leveled-up way past this guy’s attitude.

Geeks (And Doctors) Come In All Shapes And Sizes – Girl geeks starting young and awesome.

The Joke Is On Him – This would be funny if it wasn’t so true.

Call Of Duty: Misogynist Warfare, Part 3 – The call of duty doesn’t discriminate by gender.


We hope you enjoyed this roundup about toxic male geeks getting what they deserve! Want to send in your own story? Submit your story here!

Some other roundups to check out if you liked this one:

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