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How Objectificiation Hurts Video Games (Caution, main picture on the article is a little on the NSFW side) Here’s an article that was posted on the NYTimes Live site. To be honest, it’s not the greatest article, but it brings … Continue reading

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Can Video Games Teach Young Girls To Be Rich? http://www.forbes.com/sites/jordanshapiro/2013/05/09/can-video-games-teach-our-daughters-to-be-rich/ These two articles came out in the last few days, and they examine how children’s gaming is gendered, and ask the question “what are games teaching or not teaching our … Continue reading

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Misogynism in Video Games: Struggles and Solutions This interesting article hit the web last week. It chronicles one female’s gamers struggle towards acceptance in both her online communities and her real world gaming community. “A lot of ‘gamer’ guys just … Continue reading

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Girl Scouts Giving out Game Design Badges Last week the Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles introduced a game design merit badge for scouts to promote women in the field of game design and programming. “Our ultimate goal is to … Continue reading

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GTFO: A Film About Women in Gaming Another interesting kickstarter has sprung up this week: GTFO: A Film about Women in Gaming. What is it and why should you care? the GTFO campaign is a kickstarter to fund a documentary … Continue reading

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