- Meet Borderlands 2’s Ellie: The “opposite of how most females tend to be represented in games” | PC Gamer: “The narrative goal with Ellie was to have a character who hits all of the tick marks of a good Borderlands character (funny, unexpected, looks as if they could probably kill you in thirteen different ways if you got on their bad side), while also making an independent female character who looked the exact opposite of how most females tend to be represented in games.”
- Women in comics and the tricky art of equality | Hero Complex: “Young female comics creators are coming up through the Internet, unhindered by the tastemakers and gatekeepers that guarded comics 30 years ago.”
- Sally Ride’s Biography | Sally Ride Science: “After retiring from NASA, Sally used her high profile to champion a cause she believed in passionately—inspiring young people, especially girls, to stick with their interest in science, to become scientifically literate, and to consider pursuing careers in science and engineering.”
- Is Silicon Valley The Most Sexist Industry?: “But is Silicon Valley as bad a place for women as we think?”
- How We Got 50 Women to Our Hackerthon (And You Can, Too) | Lauren Gilchrist | Brick by Brick: “Most importantly, remember that the best way to get more women to come to your hackathon is to recognize that they’ve got a variety of reasons to attend and expectations about your event.”
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