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Los videojuegos que no amaban a las mujeres

Publicado en El Espectador

Por: Andrea Alarcón

En mi infancia, un trol era un muñeco con pelo de distintos colores, ahora es el término usado para aquellas personas que están en Internet con el propósito de escribir comentarios provocadores, participar en matoneo y acosar. 1,226 more words


Jade - Positive Female Characters in Video Games by...

Jade – Positive Female Characters in Video Games

by femfreq:

This episode of our series on Positive Female Characters focuses on Jade, the protagonist of Ubisoft’s 2003 action-adventure game Beyond Good & Evil.

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Intersections between the Pleasure of Gaming and the Importance of Activism

While playing video games, it is crucial to be aware of the rampant misogyny in the gaming industry. Although the pure value of entertainment draws many players to gaming, players must take part in the battle against sexism in the gaming industry. 445 more words

Rape Culture and Garry's Mod


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I love games. I have logged in a seriously silly amount of hours on games ranging from Final Fantasy 7 to Left4Dead 2. 248 more words


FEMINIST FREQUENCY "Women as Background Decoration (Parts I and II)"

Missed Part I? Not to worry! Read up.

A rhetorical analysis of Anita Sarkeesian: Part II

In a typical academic essay, sources are needed to establish an author’s credibility. 1,257 more words


FEMINIST FREQUENCY: "Women as Background Decoration (Parts I and II)"

A Rhetorical Analysis of Anita Sarkeesian: Part I

Video games serve as an integral component in our popular culture. With an abundance of games at our fingertips, consumers sift through various levels of graphics, narratives, fantasies, and player-interaction. 1,461 more words


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