Tag Archives: feminism

Women in Open Source

Image Credit: opensourceway. Open source is rapidly becoming one of the most influential communities of our time, but I have been noticing [...]

Otome Games & the Importance of Female Friendship

Today I’m here to talk to you about the magic of friendship and the way in which it’s portrayed in games, specifically I’ll talk about [...]

A Movement Encouraging Girls to Code and Make Games

This post is a hearty plug for a lot of cool stuff happening in order to address the gender gap in Computing Science. So this evening I was [...]

WINGS 101: Learning Race and Racism from Videogames

The intention of this post is to initiate a conversation about the treatment of race in games. Countless resources have been written about t [...]

Feminist Ethics in Computing Science and Gaming

Hey readers! This post reflects my opinion only. 🙂 Ethics and Computing Science seems to be desperately lacking a feminist perspective. I [...]

Technical Interfaces, Ergonomics and Gender Accessibility

In the article Women, Gender and Technology, which details the way different subdivisions of feminism interact with technology, it gave some [...]
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