Tag Archives: gender

Whiteness as an Aesthetic in Japanese Games and Art

Lets start with Genji Monogatari. The tale of Genji is a piece of classical japanese literature written by lady-in-waiting Murasaki Shikibu [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

The Suspension of Disbelief in Games and the Female Body

Last week we read an interesting post on costume design that discussed the concept of sexiness and the relationship between gender and costu [...]
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