On Unicorns and Holidays <---Original Article Link
(What follows is a letter from a reader, and it's by far the nicest feedback I've yet to receive.)
I've taken a few months off from the gaming Blogoshpere and its inherent drama. My interest in gaming stuff sort of goes in cycles that last a couple months before something else distracts me for a while lol.
So, I've been poking around the forums and Blogs to see if I missed anything worthwhile - and it looks like I did!
The open mindedness in your Unicorns and the Holidays was pretty damn refreshing. I think its a fair stereotype to apply, that the gaming community in general is pretty limited in their scope of social graces. Not only did you address the typical awkwardness girl gamers endure, but you expanded on that to include the GLBT portion of our little niche world.
Not many guys have the balls to do that, and not many guys in the gaming world can earn my respect with a single blog post - but you did.
So, thank you for supporting your local and not so local unicorns. A noble gesture like that can show some scared kids out there that they don't have to hide from everyone and it's ok to be who they really are.
And, your Protectorate stuff is looking pretty sweet (even through my bias for Merc and Cryx stuff ;) )
People are it, the big enchilada - the only thing going. There is nothing more interesting than We The People... in all our beautiful, ugly glory! It's probably why I do what I do for a living; it's certainly why this is my hobby. Thanks for making my day, Isabelle!
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