It's rare that I find myself admiring any company for proving itself to be a class act, and I honestly don't think I've ever found cause to admire a game-maker for taking a progressive and socially-aware posture. Games, in my experience, tend to reward socially conservative viewpoints, as recently noted by writer Monica Potts for The American Prospect.
BioWare's Dragon Age II is queer-friendly
the m/m erotic romance phenomenon, Victoria Brownworth writes:
The first lesbian novels I ever read were purloined pulps found in the homes of people whose children I babysat for in high school. At the time I didn't put together the fact that these straight couples were using my lesbian life to fuel their sexual fantasies, but that was definitely the case.
She's talking about a