The women of DnD.

/The women of DnD.

Dungeons & Dragons isn’t necessarily a property whose historic development was rife with women, but they were there, because of course they were. [Minor content warning at the link for descriptions of the sort of regressive dudebro misogyny you can probably imagine if you’ve ever consumed fantasy pop culture, like, ever.]

Though, I will admit, my favorite part of this article is finding out TSR had an FBI file in which players of its games were described as “overweight and not neat in appearance.”

… ahem. What are you saying about my decade-old yoga pants? They’re comfortable, okay!

2017-07-11T08:55:48+00:0010th October, 2017|Tags: dungeons and dragons, gaming, pop culture, tabletop rpgs|

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