Gamer Girls magazine is gamer porn (NSFW)

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As most of you know by now, I have no problem with women showing off how pretty/sexy they are if that’s what they want to do. I have no issue if those women also happen to be gamers. However, this new Gamer Girl magazine is a bit over the top for my liking.

Cred magazine has launched their latest online mag, Gamer Girl. As a general rule, the Cred magazines seem to follow an FHM/Maxim approach – show tons of pretty ladies in tiny outfits in order to make a sale. You can download the mag, or grab it in print. So, what is the magazine all about?

GG features female video game models and Cosplay girls.

This issue features cover girl Kristy Ann along with Lady Sage, Chyna Doll, Anise Tai and Melissa. Each of the models demonstrates one of five gaming essentials.

 

Okay, so they are models pretending to be gamers. Sure, in the end they’re just models and I have no problem with how they decide they want to earn their rent money. However, this plays into just about every gamer stereotype. Their stats are listed, including sex drive. Um, really? Maybe I should add that next to my gamer tag.

I’m sure it’s all just a bid to make money by selling sexy lady images. While that’s all well and fine, I’m not sure why they need to market this at gamers in particular. Perhaps we should be flattered and take it as a sign that gaming has “grown up” and is a known market to have plenty of expendable income. However, I can’t help but feel a little disappointed – I’d love a magazine filled with hot gamer geeks. You know, one with actual gamers instead of models. But then, I still believe the brain is the biggest sex organ, although that Kristy Ann might give you a run for your money.

What do you guys think, do you like the idea or is it kind of offensive towards gamers? Also, are you still even reading words, or did you stop at the gallery?

Last Updated: May 11, 2017

Zoe Hawkins

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