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Women in Games

Four cards from a game lay on a table, each with different color borders labeled with numbers. One says “Suffragette” with an image of a bicycle. Two says “______ provides sexism exists” with an image of a smartphone. Three says “Feminism is ____” with an image of a tree. Four says “Feminist” with an image of a smartphone.
It's Women's History Month! We’re proud to celebrate the women who help build our games, like the team that worked with us to publish Beautiful Trouble to the creator of Disarm the Base, which we just added to our store as a pre-order item, and many more! Throughout history, women have been a major part of progressive game design—just look at Suffragetto from the early 1900s which you can print and play at home today, as well as the true history of The Landlord's Game (the subversive origin of Monopoly)! We’re excited to offer games that highlight feminist themes, like Loud & Proud, pictured above. And of course — cheers to all the women gamers out there—not just during Women's History Month, but all year round. 

Transgender Day of Visibility

It’s Transgender Day of Visibility! These cards from Game Changer: The Game of Activist Tactics showcase some fun ways to celebrate! Which is your favorite? What other ways can you show up for trans visibility? Join the conversation with us on Twitter.
The cover of a box of cards, "Beautiful Trouble" with an image of a hammer that is also a bullhorn.
Practice changing the world while you play with this deck featuring glowing reviews from the likes of Naomi Klein and Archbishop Desmond Tutu.

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Co-opoly is Back! Get your copy of the updated classic, featuring new components, content, and the same beloved gameplay of the original.

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A tabletop with game pieces from Space Cats Fight Fascism spread over it.
"You really can’t beat the theme and how well it was applied from the mechanics to the artwork.”

Check out this play-by-play review—literally—of our best-seller Space Cats Fight Fascism by Bert’s Tabletop Games.
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A background photo shows a field of sunflowers. On top is a blue overlay, and text: “Ukraine solidarity. For each game sold this month, we'll send $1 to Doctors Without Borders to support relief work.” Then the TESA Collective logo with a honeycomb design.

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