- Are Stereotypes Keeping Women Away From Science? | New Jersey Institute of Technology: Infographic
- Diversity in Speculative Fiction. | Manic Pixie Dream Worlds: Reading challenge! “I’m hosting the 2014 LGBT Speculative Fiction Challenge at Worlds Without End because it is a small thing that I can do to counteract the disturbing trend of attempts of marginalization of diverse voices from certain quarters in the broader SF/F community.”
- Female Representation In Desktop Dungeons | QCF Design: “Now, Desktop Dungeons itself isn’t some haven of progressive social ideas and forward thinking. We didn’t start the game with an overarching agenda in that area – but during the course of development, we were heavily informed by the dialogues, rants and documentaries around the topic of female portrayal and how some games screw that up so badly.”
- I Am Tired of Hearing Programmers Defend Gender Essentialism | this ain’t livin’: “I’m tired of hearing mainstream programmers engage in and defend gender essentialism. I thought they loved challenges and puzzles and unique situations that pushed their skills to the limit. I didn’t realise they were lazy, uninspired, and determined to uphold the status quo.”
- The Responsibility of “Diversity” | ashe dryden: “I believe that the biggest issue the movement for increasing diversity in tech faces today is this: no matter the cause, the blame of failed attempts are always put back on marginalized people.”
- Allies Workshops in the San Francisco Bay Area | The Ada Initiative: “Want to spend an afternoon learning how to support women in your workplace and community? The Ada Initiative is running two Allies Workshops open to the public in the San Francisco Bay Area: one on Friday, March 7th in Redwood City and one on Tuesday, March 11th in San Francisco, from 3pm to 5pm.”
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