|Gender and LARP|
|Carlisle - Thu, 23:00 - 24:00|
Presenters: Sparrow Rubin, Andrea Humez*, Shoshana Kessock, Margaret Simkins, Quinn D, Tory Root
We've talked about race in larp -- but what about gender? How does gender affect how larps are written and played? (For example, how do you deal with gender roles in historical games?) How can larp as a format explore gender? How do we write, cast, and play games in a way which makes a safe space for players of all genders and fairly represents characters of all genders?