Digital Download for Sale at DriveThruRPG

We’re thrilled to announce that the digital version of #Feminism is now available for sale at DriveThruRPG!


Play Report from GMMAS

The Go Make Me a Sandwich blog has a lovely review of the Dreamation playtest of #Feminism:

There were so many great games on offer from the anthology that it was difficult to choose!


The two games I did get to play from #Feminism were Curtain Call – a game about the horrifying sexism that women celebrities in the entertainment industry face, and Shoutdown to Launch – a game about gendered interruption humorously disguised as a game about troubleshooting a last minute mechanical problem before a space shuttle launch. Both games were very intense and hard-hitting, and the conversations that were had afterward were important.

Click here to read the full report, along with some thoughts on inclusivity and gatekeeping.

Rewards Fulfilled!

We’ve fulfilled all of our rewards for Indiegogo backers, except for the pickups at conventions that haven’t happened yet–Origins, Gen Con, DEXCON, Camp Nerdly, Living Games Austin, and Big Bad Con.

We mailed all copies to the US, Canada, and Brazil a few weeks ago, and copies to Europe, Asia, and Australia a few days ago. Enjoy!

Game Descriptions

Here are some short descriptions of the games in the collection, which are divided into nine themed sections.


First Date by Katrin Førde (Norway)
A game about a date gone wrong and a rant about the orgasm gap.
2–5 players; 30 mins; Intensity 1/5.

Flirt by Agata Swistak (Poland)
Flirt is an attempt to deconstruct the game almost everyone is playing — game of hook-ups, crushes, and scoring!
4–5 players; 60 minutes; Intensity 2/5.

Spin the Goddesses by Karin Edman (Sweden)
A kissing game of lesbian witches.
4–5 players; 30 minutes; Intensity 3/5.

Willful Disregard by Anna Westerling (Sweden)
A love story.
3 players; 60 minutes; Intensity 4/5.


Women in the Media

Manic Pixie Dream Girl Commandos by Lizzie Stark (US)
A military unit undertakes its last whimsical mission before retiring to civilian life.
3–5 players; 45 minutes; Intensity 1/5.

6016 by Elin Nilsen (Norway)
In 6016 the only historical source of the 21st century is a collection of clips from the soap opera Love, Lust and Lack of Trust.
3–6 players; 45 minutes, Intensity 1/5.

Tropes vs. Women by Ann Eriksen (Denmark)
Explore well-known movie clichés and tropes about women in a fun and not too serious way.
3–5 players; 20 minutes; Intensity 1/5.

Lipstick by Kaisa Kangas (Finland)
Sofia hesitates about whether to wear lipstick to a TV debate on feminism.
3 players; 40 minutes; Intensity 3/5.

You’ve Come a Long Way, Baby by Julia Ellingboe (US)
A game about gender, cultural, and ethnic representation in the movies.
5-6 players; 45 minutes; Intensity 3/5.



Restrictions by Frida Karlsson Lindgren and Sofia Stenler (Sweden)
A non-verbal game on how we are and aren’t allowed to move together, as two genders.
3+ players; 45 minutes; Intensity 2/5.

Mentioning the Unmentionables by Kajsa Greger (Sweden)
Three games about the anatomy of women.
3–5 players; 60 minutes; Intensity 3/5.

#Flesh by Frederik Berg, Rebecka Eriksson, and Tobias Wrigstad (Sweden)
A physical game about the objectification of women or how women’s bodies are butchered into parts.
3–12 players; 60 minutes; Intensity 4/5.


The Digital Age

Selfie by Kira Magrann (US)
An intimate game about feelings in images.
3–5 players; 30 minutes; Intensity 2/5.

So Mom I Made This Sex Tape by Susanne Vejdemo (Sweden)
Different generations of feminists argue it out about sex, porn, and what the main point of feminism really is.
3–5 players; 40 minutes; Intensity 3/5.

My Sister, Malala by Elsa Helin (Sweden)
A game about freedom of thoughts and ideas for girls in Pakistan.
3 players; 45 minutes; Intensity 4/5.


On the Move

A Friend in Need by Muriel Algayres (France)
A nano-game about street harassment, victim-blaming and friendship. After a bad encounter on the street, can Ella get over victim-blaming with the help of her friends?
4 players; 45 minutes; Intensity 4/5.

Driving to Reunion by Laura Simpson (US)
An intergenerational game about four Black women trying to understand each other, as they drive back for college reunion.
4 players; 45 minutes; Intensity 4/5.

Catcalling by Tora de Boer (Denmark)
Street harassment feels different depending on whether bystanders support the harasser or the victim.
4 players; 30 minutes; Intensity 4/5.


Playing Well with Others

How to Be Ava White by Eva Wei (Sweden)
At a board meeting, parts of Ava White’s personality decide how to make her the perfect woman.
3+ players; 60 minutes; Intensity 4/5.

Shoutdown to Launch by Jason Morningstar (US)
In this game about gendered interruption, a bunch of engineers need to fix a problem with a rocket engine in the dwindling time before launch. It won’t go well.
4+ players; 30 minutes; Intensity 4/5.

“Something to Drink with That, Sir?” by Evan Torner (US)
A woman flight attendant performs emotional labor to serve three different male passengers.
4 players; 30 minutes; Intensity 3/5.

“Ma, Can I Help You with That?” by Emily Care Boss (US)
A game about family, age and the gendered nature of care-giving.
4 players; 30 minutes; Intensity 4/5.


At Work

Glitzy Nails by Kat Jones (US)
Glitzy Nails is a freeform scenario about intersectional feminism, interactions between women,
and nail salons.
2–4 players; 60 minutes; Intensity 3/5.

Stripped by Dominika Kovacova (UK)
A game about stripping off the stigma.
3–5 players; 40 minutes; Intensity 3/5.

President by Kaisa Kangas (Finland)
The war-waging Akhaian empire has elected its first female president, a very successful lady general, and feminists with conflicting agendas are trying to draft a press statement together.
4 players; 60 minutes; Intensity 3/5.

Curtain Call by Sarah Bowman (US)
A larp about the experiences of a woman in the music industry over the course of four decades.
3–10 players; 45 minutes; Intensity 4/5.


Difficult Decisions

The Grey Zone by Siri Sandquist (Sweden)
A larp about the grey zone between rape and consensual sex in a relationship.
5 players; 45 minutes; Intensity 4/5.

Family Planning Clinic by Baptiste Cazes and Leïla Teteau-Surel with Laura Guedes (France)
A game about women’s health where players will play short scenes from the daily life of a French family planning clinic inspired by real stories.
3–4 players; 45 minutes; Intensity 4/5.

First Joyful Mystery by Cathriona Tobin (Ireland)
Players examine the impact Ireland’s prohibitive abortion laws have on people who find themselves pregnant.
3–5 players; 60 minutes; Intensity 5/5.


Violent Encounters

Girl: A Game for by Livia von Sucro (Brazil)
A small exercise about empathy, designed for cis gendered men to take a glimpse of what it feels like to be a victim of violence against women.
3+ players; 50 minutes; Intensity 5/5.

Her Last Tweet by Rowan Cota (US)
A microgame exploring being a potential victim of a campus shooting event.
5 players; 45 minutes; Intensity 5/5.

Tour of Duty by Moyra Turkington (Canada)
A freeform nano-scenario about what it’s like to serve and defend as a woman in the US Military.
2–5 players; 45 minutes; Intensity 5/5.

The Books Have Arrived!

Great news! Our lovely books have arrived in Stockholm and Boston, and will soon be ready for mailing to our Indiegogo backers.

We are just putting the final touch on the digital edition and will send that out to backers soon.