November 15, 2013

I can’t believe I sacrificed a night of video games for these. A little while ago, the UN rolled out an ad campaign focusing on sexism on the internet (http://www.unwomen.org/en/news/stories/2013/10/women-should-ads). They utilise google’s instant search feature, and I felt the ads powerfully show how sexism on the internet reflects what we encounter in real life.

I decided to copy it, focusing on the discrimination and prejudice female gamers face within the subculture. These searches were done on November 14th, 2013.

  1. noncomposmattis reblogged this from americanorientalism and added:
    Anita is a con artist who has lied to the public and her audience multiple times. Thunderf00t has made some fantastic...
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  10. seggler reblogged this from americanorientalism and added:
    We talked about sexism and girl gamers on our podcast, Common Room. Here’s a link to the episode.
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    It is relevant, because Sarkeesian claimed she loved video games and played them all the time. The fact that she said...
  14. notpricks reblogged this from femfreq and added:
    Anita sarkeesian isn’t a woman who dared to make a point, she’s a woman who dared to be a cunt on a subject she knows...
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