This past March, when I was invited to speak at the University of Victoria, I met a graduate student at my talk named Ash Blacquiere. He followed-up asking if I would be interested in being a guest speaker for his summer course TS 320: The History of Video Games and Interactive Media. We would skype me into the class. Well, on Monday, May 26, we did just that. The technology even cooperated. I talked briefly about gender, sexuality, and straightwashing in video games, an abridged version of my previous talk. Then I reserved the majority of my allotted time for question and answer. Overall, it went really well, and I am happy to have been a part of Ash’s class.