Queer Pro Quo seeks to challenge established conceptions about what games can be and who can play them. Concepts such as representation, accessibility, and heteronormativity feature heavily in this blog’s journey of discovery. It is, after all, only through critique and experimentation that games can reach their ultimate potential as a legitimate and esteemed medium. If you’re interested in reading more, check out the blog. Working on your own game projects or trying to decide on what games to buy? You’ll definitely want a free game consultation.
Peyton Parish is a game design student currently in his senior year at University Of Texas At Dallas. His lifelong passion for games has inspired him to make this blog with the intent of sharing his knowledge on game design and queer theory. Far from being unrelated, he believes that video games possess a unique ability to provide narratives that showcase queer lives and issues.