GGOG Episode 4 –

Published On February 21, 2014 | By Gay Gods of Gaming | Podcasts

This week the Gay Gods of Gaming discuss, a campaign to ensure that the proposed top level domain “.gay” is kept in the the hands of the LGBTQ community, rather than owned by for-profit businesses. What would a “.gay” domain do for the internet, should it be community run, and does it exclude lesbian, bisexual, trans, and other queer-identified people? We discuss all those issue and more. Also, we give our special take on the Bill Nye v. Ken Ham debate on Creationism. Oh, Ken Ham… Finally, we decide what Corey and James are the gods of, precisely. Because these things are important!

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James and Corey, Corey and James - we are the Gay Gods of Gaming. Coming to you every week from the hallowed halls of Harvard University, we descend to pass judgment on queer culture, gaming, and all things atheism with a blend of wit, wisdom, and wickedness that tickles the palette and expands the mind.

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