Here it is, the boycott list. If you’ve been following #gamergate then you are well aware of what is going on as the media attacks male gamers even calling them “Hitler youth” said by ‘Moms Against Gaming’ [steer clear of contacting them, it’s what they want, best to not give them any communication at all]. You can show SJW’s who really holds the power- you. Hit ’em where it hurts, their wallets. By doing so you take a strong stand against SJW’s attacking gamers and the gaming industry.
Kotaku – Part of the Gawker Media network.
Rock, Paper, Shotgun
Motherboard – VICE technology section.
PC & Tech Authority
Xbox 360: The Official Xbox Magazine
GEEK/POP CULTURE NEWS/REVIEW/OPINION SITES:
The Daily Dot
The Daily Beast
New Media Rockstars
The Mary Sue
Los Angeles Times
Cornell Daily Sun
SPECIAL INTEREST SITES:
Gawker – Part of the Gawker Media network, which runs Kotaku.
Valleywag – Part of the Gawker Media network, which runs Kotaku.
Defamer – Part of the Gawker Media network, which runs Kotaku.
Gizmodo – Part of the Gawker Media network, which runs Kotaku.
Lifehacker – Part of the Gawker Media network, which runs Kotaku.
Deadspin – Part of the Gawker Media network, which runs Kotaku.
Screamer – Part of the Gawker Media network, which runs Kotaku.
The Concourse – Part of the Gawker Media network, which runs Kotaku.
io9 – Part of the Gawker Media network, which runs Kotaku.
Sploid – Part of the Gawker Media network, which runs Kotaku.
Jalopnik – Part of the Gawker Media network, which runs Kotaku.
Truck Yeah! – Part of the Gawker Media network, which runs Kotaku.
Cink – Part of the Gawker Media network, which runs Kotaku.
VIDEO GAME DEVELOPERS/PUBLISHERS:
Loveshack Entertainment – Cofounded by Joshua Boggs
Polytron Corporation – Cofounded by Phil Fish. Employs Brandon McCartin.
The Fullbright Company – Developer of Gone Home.
Anna Anthropy – Lives with, and has received positive press without disclosure from, Patricia Hernandez – Developer of afternoon in the house of secrets
Agency For Games
Rebel Game Jam
Penny Arcade Expo a.k.a. PAX
Independent Games Festival a.k.a. IGF
Tropes vs. Women in Video Games
Nathan Grayson – One of the so-called Five Guys. Kotaku and Rock, Paper, Shotgun writer.
Robin Arnott – One of the so-called Five Guys. Independent game developer. Was a judge at the independent game competition Game_Jam, where Zoe Quinn won an award.
Joshua Boggs – One of the so-called Five Guys. Loveshack Entertainment developer, where he is Zoe Quinn’s boss.
Brandon McCartin (disputed) – Alleged to be one of the so-called Five Guys. Polytron Corporation developer.
Kyle Pulver (disputed) – Alleged to be one of the so-called Five Guys. Independent game developer and web designer.
Phil Fish – Ran a false flag hacking/doxxing operation against both Quinn and himself to smear Quinn critics. Polytron Corporation developer.
Stephen Totilo – Kotaku editor-in-chief.
Patricia Hernandez – Kotaku writer.
Keza MacDonald – Kotaku UK and Gamasutra writer.
Ben Kuchera – Polygon editor-in-chief.
Colin Campbell – Polygon writer.
Samit Sarkar – Polygon writer.
Chris Plante – Polygon writer.
Dale North – Destructoid editor-in-chief.
Jonathan Holmes – Destructoid writer.
Darren Nakamura – Destructoid writer.
Jim Rossignol – Rock, Paper, Shotgun writer.
John Walker – Rock, Paper, Shotgun writer.
Cara Ellison – Rock, Paper, Shotgun writer.
Greg Tito – The Escapist editor-in-chief.
Bob “MovieBob” Chipman – The Escapist writer.
Ross Lincoln – The Escapist writer.
Fruzsina Eördögh – Motherboard/VICE contributor.
Mitch Dyer – IGN editor.
Kevin VanOrd – Gamespot writer.
Leign Alexander – Gamasutra, VICE and The Guardian writer. Runs Agency For Games.
Christian Nutt – Gamasutra writer.
Ian Miles Cheong – Gameranx editor-in-chief.
Tim Colwill – games.on.net editor-in-chief.
David Hollingworth – PC & Tech Authority writer.
Tom Hatfield – PCGamer.com and The Guardian writer.
Jon Hicks – Xbox 360: The Official Xbox Magazine and Total Xbox editor.
Edwin Evans-Thirlwell – Xbox 360: The Official Xbox Magazine and Total Xbox deputy editor.
Joe Skrebels – Xbox 360: The Official Xbox Magazine and Total Xbox news editor.
Aoife Wilson – Xbox 360: The Official Xbox Magazine and Total Xbox writer.
Aja Romano – The Daily Dot writer.
Dennis Scimeca – The Daily Dot and Salon writer.
Devin Faraci – Badass Digest editor-in-chief.
Matt Lees – Badass Digest writer.
Adam Sessler – Badass Digest writer.
Amanda Marcotte – The Daily Beast and Raw Story writer.
Arthur Chu – The Daily Beast writer.
Jeff Klima – New Media Rockstars senior editor.
Josh Wirtanen – Geek Party editor-in-chief.
Victoria McNally – The Mary Sue associate editor.
Paul Tassi – Forbes contributor.
Sarah Gray – Salon writer.
Joseph Bernstein – BuzzFeed writer.
Dan Seitz – Uproxx writer.
Britt Hayes – ComicsAlliance writer.
Garrett Martin – Paste Magazine writer.
Anita Sarkeesian – Tropes vs. Women in Video Games creator. Exposed as not having played or finished many of the games featured in her videos. Exposed as having used other people’s gameplay footage in her videos without their consent. Likely faked harassment and death threats against herself for publicity and donations. Silverstring Media consultant/advisor.
Maya Felix Kramer – Silverstring Media employee. Associated with Anita Sarkeesian. Involved in the Independent Games Festival a.k.a. IGF.
You have the power to make a difference with your choices.
the racist college actions for the 2014-2015 academic year is now in progress!
A senior at Syracuse University is the subject of a discrimination investigation after spewing a racist and homophobic rant that was caught on camera.
The young woman shown spewing hateful remarks in the video shared to Instagram has been identified as Hanna Strong, a midfield player on the women’s soccer team.
Coach Phil Wheddon has suspended the Monson, Mass., native from the team in light of the allegations.
The undated video shows Strong shouting at a black male student who is walking away from their confrontation with his hands up.
“If you touch me, it will be over,” Strong spouts before turning to the person holding the camera. “Are you recording this? You f—-t ass n—-r. It’s bullshit.”
It wasn’t clear what led to the incident, but it unfolded right in front of an officer with the university’s Department of Public Safety whose patrol vehicle is shown parked in the video.
Her strong choice of words sparked audible shock from a surrounding crowd not shown in the video, but she continued.
“Call me out on saying the n-word? I don’t give a s—,” Strong added. “Don’t record me saying this!”
But it’s too late. The footage has already leaked and led to a statement released Saturday by Daryl Gross, Syracuse’s director of athletics, admonishing the student’s offensive comments.
“This type of intolerant and hurtful language, focused on both race and sexual orientation, is not part of the culture we seek to foster among our student-athletes and it has no place at Syracuse University,” Gross wrote. “Syracuse Athletics, as a strong and diverse part of this University community, has zero tolerance for these actions.”
The university’s Department of Public Safety and Title IX Office has opened an investigation against Strong.
A phone call to Strong’s parents, Carolyn and Andrew Strong, by the Daily News was not immediately returned.