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Hashtag Feminism Nano Games Gaelcon

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Hashtag Feminism Nano Games Gaelcon


This is a drop-in game; if you didn't sign up at the Gaelcon site (gaelcon.com, but not quite ready yet, check back) check the desk to see if we're full and if not, come on in!

When we ran this in Galway, it was a great forum for discussion about bodies, tropes, words, gestures, labels, anger and acceptance, and how exactly the film "Vulvafinger" would be marketed. It was great fun!

Written by feminists from eleven different countries, #Feminism offers bite-sized takes on contemporary feminist issues. Each of the 34 nano-games in this collection requires between three and five participants, simple (if any) props, and up to an hour of play time.

The games range from silly to serious, including scenarios about selfies and rom-coms as well as reproductive rights and domestic violence. And of course, enjoyment has no ideological boundaries–there are games here for participants new to feminism as well as those experienced in making gender arguments on the internet.

A few possible games we might play:

First Joyful Mystery by Catriona Tobin

Players examine the impact Ireland’s prohibitive abortion laws have on people who find themselves pregnant.
3-5 Players 60 Minutes Intensity: 5 of 5
Keywords: Ireland, laws, abortion, rape, gender, cancer, tough decisions.

Manic Pixie Dream Girl Commandos by Lizzie Stark

A military unit undertakes its last whimsical mission before retiring to civilian life.
3-5 Players 45 Minutes Intensity: 1 of 5
Keywords: Public, strangers, teamwork, silliness.

Restrictions by Frida Karlsson Lindgren and Sofia Stenler

A non-verbal game on how we are and aren’t allowed to move together, as two genders.
3+ Players 45 Minutes Intensity: 2 of 5
Keywords: Dancing, nonverbal interaction, physical contact, intergroup dynamics.

How to Be Ava White by Eva Wei

At a board meeting, parts of Ava White’s personality decide how to make her the perfect woman.
3+ Players 60 Minutes Intensity: 4 of 5
Keywords: Identity, societal expectations, argument.

For more description of playstyle, techniques, or anything, really, email us at play ! test ! galway | gmail ! com.



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