- The Hack Gender project is running until June 5, inviting you to
create something that talks about gender and its transitory state in modern discourse. See submission instructions and existing submissions.
- FemaleScienceProfessor tackles a question about whether women-only events discriminate against men.
- Digital Changeling reviews Puzzle Bots: Short version: game is a bit short for the price, but the puzzles are fun and nicely made. Unfortunately, she found the stereotypes so grating that they did distract some from the fun of playing the game.
- RMJ critiques ableism in recent xkcd and Natalie Dee strips.
- Yet another geeky campaign decides that sexism is “edgy” and “attention-grabbing” and that their important issue therefore should be addressed in a sexist way: see the wiki documentation of It’s Time to Tell Mum, in particular Electronic Frontiers Australia’s defence of the campaign, and Sky’s comprehensive review of the sexism involved.
- What ceiling? Entrepreneurial women claim high-tech turf: profiles of women doing high-tech startups.
- Copyright, freedom and fashion in Johanna Blakely: Lessons from fashion’s free culture.
- Lore SjÃ¶berg goes round one million of debunking Nice Guy Syndrome.
- It’s been a while! Carnival goodness: check out the latest Feminist Carnival, Down Under Feminist Carnival, Carnival of Feminist Parenting
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