VGR in the Homomojo forums gave me a heads-up about this article about a survey for gay videogame players.
The straight gamer stereotype — or at least part of it — is being challenged by a new survey out of the University of Illinois to study gay, lesbian, and bisexual gamers. Recent graduate Jason Rockwood designed the survey, which is the first formal, academically-approved study of sexual orientation and related issues among gamers.
The survey, which consists of 91 questions and takes 30-45 minutes to complete, is designed both to determine the presence of gay gamers and to learn about their concerns and gaming habits. The questions cover subjects such as gaming preferences, sexual identity, recent purchases, and online gaming activity.
Go read the article, then click the link to take the survey. The more the mary-er!