Media

English

Queerly Represent Me Showcases LGBTQ+ Games in New Normative | 13 June, 2017

GX Australia isn't the end in Kotaku Australia | 10 May, 2017

Queerly Represent Me: Art and Videogames in Pastiche Magazine | 17 March, 2017

Lez Dish It Out! AfterEllen’s LGBT Weekly Round-Up on AfterEllen | 23 February, 2017

Gamer's quest for queer characters on Sunshine Coast Daily | 12 February, 2017
Also available on Noosa News and The Ipswich Advertiser

Interviewed by Jack Crinji for Queer Radio on 4ZZZ | 8 February, 2017

Browse 700 LGBTQ Video Games On ‘Queerly Represent Me’ on KitschMix | 12 December, 2016

Queerly Represent Me is the LGBTQ Video Game Database You’ve Been Looking For on Autostraddle | 1 December, 2016

Alayna Cole Interview (Gaming & Sexuality, Gender and Relationships) on Impulse Gamer | 1 December, 2016

Alayna Cole, Founder of ‘Queerly Represent Me’ Discusses Representation of the LGBT+ Community in Gaming on Ditch the Label | 29 November, 2016

Represent Me: A Unique Kind of Database on PlayNicePlayNow | 23 November, 2016

Queerly Represent Me, the resource our industry needs on Select Start Media | 16 November, 2016

Web Crush Wednesdays: Queerly Represent Me on Lady Geek Girl and Friends | 16 November, 2016

Major Update for Queerly Represent Me on Clever Game Pun | 14 November, 2016

Queerly Represent Me: The Upgrade on Player2.net.au | 14 November, 2016
Also available on GameWires

Finding Ourselves in Play: A New Database of Games on Sexuality, Gender and Relationships on Model View Culture | 18 October, 2016

Finding (Virtual) Love: Queerly Represent Me on Tosche Station | 7 August, 2016

It's About Inclusiveness in Gaming on Player2.net.au | 5 July, 2016
Also available on GameWires

5T #9 on Ursularity | 19 June, 2016

Sunday Loot: How to Invite Everyone to Games on FemHype | 5 June, 2016


Languages other than English

[Website-Tipp] Queerly Represent Me on Zeitzeugin | 16 November, 2016

Voorspel: Prominente seksuele diversiteit on Gamer.nl | 21 July, 2016


Misc

Nominated for the 'Community Initiative / Charity' Award in the Australian LGBTI Awards 2018.

Included on the Queer Game Studies 101: An Introduction to the Field (2016) list, made available by Bonnie Ruberg from the University of Southern California