Gay Gaming Site Bullied by Homophobic Hackers, a site that covers video games and the gaming industry from a gay perspective, was hit by homophobic hackers over the weekend, Kotaku reports:

Bully“Flynn De Marco, the site’s owner and Kotaku weekend editor, said small waves of denial of service attacks started Wednesday morning, causing occasional timeouts on the site. By Friday the site, working with their host, was able to block the IPs where the DOS attacks seemed to be coming from. Then Friday evening someone began flooding the site’s forums and chat room with hate speech, including some death threats, and over-sized images meant to bog down the site, De Marco said. The flood of messages and images all originated from the same IP in Philadelphia, he added.”

The attack forced the site to go down for several hours while the onslaught was blocked. It came online again this morning.