The Witcher III has quite a few welcome surprises even if it does have a lot of the problems you'd expect from a video game in 2015.
A woman in comics critiqued a comic book cover. She suffered threats of physical violence and rape for her troubles. What part of that seems like a pattern we should keep ignoring?
A new study out of Stanford University that was published this month in Computers in Human Behavior supports the theory that women are negatively affected by over-sexualized representations in the video games they play. Megan looks at the implications for female gamers.
Let’s take a look at some of the most important "lessons" women can learn from comics, as illustrated by some of The Hawkeye Initiative’s best work.
Guys – and today, unfortunately, I am speaking to the fellas – we really need to talk. The misogyny and the sexism that’s been slowly seeping into video games and the broader gaming lexicon – it has to stop. Now.