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Gaming Has an Older Women Problem

How does that impact how young men think of aging women?

I don’t know much about video games and I’ve never played one, although my sons have. I do know, however, that although more women are playing video games than ever before, including middle-aged women —quickly catching up to men —most of the women featured in video games reflect society’s ageist and sexist views…




“The longer I live, the more beautiful life becomes.” (Frank Lloyd Wright) Non-fiction pieces, personal essays and occasional poems that explore how we feel about how we age and offer tips for getting the most out of life.

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Vicki Larson

Vicki Larson

Award-winning journalist, author of “Not Too Old For That: How Women are Changing the Story of Aging,” coauthor of “The New I Do,” mom

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