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My Reaction To #FeminismIsAwful Trending On Twitter

Yesterday, I was absolutely disgusted when I  discovered that #FeminismIsAwful was trending on Twitter.  That’s right, #FeminismIsAwful was trending on Twitter.

Now, I’ll be honest, when I was in high school, my understanding of feminism was anything but accurate.   862 more words


Wil Wheaton's Wife Wastes Her Money (A response to Anne Wheaton)

I realize that I am about to accomplish nothing good here, but I am about to talk about a person who believes that they are very good, and has shown off, in an article that couldn’t have eaten her out more (the equivalent of articles that suck a guy’s dick), when the truth is that she is an awful person, married to a terrible actor.  1,408 more words


by femfreq: In the debut episode of our series on Positive...

by femfreq:

In the debut episode of our series on Positive Female Characters, we celebrate the Scythian, the protagonist of Capybara Games’ 2011 release Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP.

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Concerning a New Study on Video Games and Sexism

A new study was recently published by the journal Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking published an article titled Sexist Games=Sexist Gamers? A Longitudinal Study on the Relationship Between Video Game Use and Sexist Attitudes (Breuer, et al., 2015).  1,552 more words

Anita Sarkeesian

Your Positive Female Character Sucks, Part 1 (A response to Anita Sarkeesian)

Since Sarkeesian decided to abandon all the promises that she made with the Kickstarter-funded project “Tropes vs. Women,” Anita has started a new series of videos, that she also asked money for.  1,359 more words


The Not-Really-A Timeline Continues (only this time I didn't make a timeline): More Feminist Frequency Stuff

Apparently I’m following Anita Sarkeesian’s career. And while I’ve been interested in her projects ever since I first heard about her, and that was well before the… 802 more words

Anita Sarkeesian

A Note on Objectification (In Video Games, and in General)

I recently read a post titled Game Gals, posted by The Jones Rant. In it, the author discusses the notion of objectification in video games. 3,679 more words

Anita Sarkeesian