I'm probably going to regret bringing up the "Gay (But Not Gay) Characters in Video Games" thing all over again.
However, I feel obliged to relate the whole matter to a somewhat recent "post-gay" article and the ensuing criticism. And then there's that whole snowballing mess that is GLAAD.
I believe that no non-crazy person disputes the necessity of having some LGBTQ video game characters.
Rather, the debate, I think, focuses on how they should be represented and what kinds of gays are most deserving of representation. This is the same debate taking place outside the sealed vacuum that is video games, in a small but growing civil war within our fabulous ranks.
... Of course, Jim Sterling is still wrong.