Questions are raised about how video games represent the LGBTQ community

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| From NPR.org | by Kaity Kline | A study finds nearly one in five American gamers identify as LGBTQ, but few video games feature LGBTQ characters or storylines. Just like movies, many video games have intricate storylines and characters, and as in Hollywood, there are conversations about how video games represent the LGBTQ community. Less than 2% of all games feature LGBTQ characters or storylines, even though a study by Nielsen and the advocacy group GLAAD found that 1 in 5 American gamers identify that way. NPR’s Kaity Kline looked into the disparity. Read full article here