About a week ago, I received an email from Whitney Beltrán, one of the creators of a game called Bluebeard’s Bride. I agreed to do an interview with her. We sat down over Skype, and I am pleased to share a condensed version of our conversation. We started with the usual pleasantries, before I described PinkFae’s mission.
Whitney Beltrán – That’s a pretty fascinating intersectionality. Because Bluebeard’s Bride is specifically a feminine experience, whether you are a man or a woman or somewhere in between. It would be really interesting to see what trans men or trans women think of this. Would they react any differently than anyone else? Probably not, but would there be special purviews where they would identify with things more strongly or less strongly? It’s a whole separate bag, that I am not super qualified to talk about, because I am not trans. But I would be interested to explore.
PinkFae – Where did you get the idea for this game in the first place? Continue Reading →