Hello! I'm looking for P&P-people that would be willing to talk (chat/mail) to me for an article. I'm planing a series for the weekly newspaper I'm working for, where I'll cover the basics and try to explain why different people love role-playing.
I'm especially interested in queer/lgbtiq rpg players and educators using rpgs in formal/non-formal education settings, but NOT exclusively.
It is of course possible to remain anonymous if that would be necessary.
Boosts are welcome, thank you!
Here is the first article about RPGs (out of three), in German: https://www.woxx.lu/serie-rollenspiele-1-3-improvisationstheater-mit-wuerfeln/
@jollysea I could do this? I don't fit the specifics in that I'm not LGBT and haven't strictly speaking used RPGs in an education setting, but I do discuss & teach a bit about RPGs & their presentations of medieval history in my classes.
@jollysea I would be happy to talk with you about the queer content I wrote into the *1879* ttrpg from FASA, and about running inclusive scenarios at GenCon.
@jollysea I am a huge gay nerd who plays a whole, whole lot of tabletop. I would be happy to give you something.
@jollysea P&P as in pencil-and-paper? We're a trans nonbinary ace plural system and have been playing such roleplaying games for a long time; it's something we could talk about for sure.
- Packbats 🎒
@jollysea well sure. I’m no educator, but I am pretty damn Gay, and I’m old; I’ve been playing since the 80s and contributed illustrations for a few smaller TRRPGs.
@jollysea If you still need some ppl, I'm interested! I'm queer, genderqueer and long time "das Schwarze Auge" DM with some player and/or DM experience in various other systems
@jollysea if you still need someone I'm both queer and a educator using rpg (DnD to be specific) as a language learning tool