One on One with Glenda Marie Adams
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Mac gamers around the world have come to know Mark Adams, the president of the popular porting house, Westlake Interactive. Easily one of the most popular gaming figures in the Mac gaming community, Mark Adams and his company have ported dozens of games to the Mac over the years.
As of January 1st, however, Mark Adams is no more. Today Inside Mac Games presents a very special One on One with Glenda Marie Adams, formerly known as Mark Adams. Here's a snippet from the article:
Tuncer: Please tell us about the exciting news you have for us.For more, be sure to check out the rest of this very special One on One with Glenda Marie Adams.
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Glenda: Well, it's exciting for me, although I hope it really doesn't affect Mac gamers in anything but a positive way. It's a bit odd talking about it in a public forum since it's more related to me personally than it is about the gaming business. But I want to be up front about it, since it's something everyone will eventually know about. If you aren't interested in my personal life, skip ahead to where we talk about games in this One on One.
For a long time I've dealt with a condition known as Gender Dysphoria. When I was born, my body's outward gender appearance didn't match my internal gender identity. Over a the last few years I've been under treatments to bring my outside and inside congruent. Today I'm completing a major step in the process by beginning to live full time outwardly as a woman, including legally changing my name to Glenda Marie Adams.
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