A moment that changed me – Gamergate

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Read the embedded editorial by Brianna Wu on what she’s learned and how she’s moving forward in the run-up to the one-year anniversary of Gamergate (the beginning of the “movement”, not the ongoing attacks):
http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2015/aug/21/gamergate-sexism-games-industry-women-trolls

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Under the guise of pushing for journalistic reform and anti-censorship in gaming, GamerGate has targeted prominent women critics and designers like Sarkeesian, Zoe Quinn, Brianna Wu and Leigh Alexander with a relentless campaign of threats and harassment.” —Rolling Stone Magazine

Almost No One Sided with GamerGate: A Research Paper on the Internet’s Reaction to Last Year’s Mob

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Read the embedded academic paper by Livio De La Cruz on the fact-based reality of Gamergate and its limited, echo-chamber exaggerated, support by the community and humanity at large:
http://superheroesinracecars.com/2015/08/17/almost-no-one-sided-with-gamergate/

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Under the guise of pushing for journalistic reform and anti-censorship in gaming, GamerGate has targeted prominent women critics and designers like Sarkeesian, Zoe Quinn, Brianna Wu and Leigh Alexander with a relentless campaign of threats and harassment.” —Rolling Stone Magazine

‘This has got to change’: Women game developers fight sexism in industry

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Read the embedded article on the progress of women game developers against hate and misogyny, sexism, and the continued battle for safety and better representation in gaming (in the last year):
http://www.seattletimes.com/pacific-nw-magazine/game-on-women-are-developing-new-video-games-and-a-new-culture/

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Under the guise of pushing for journalistic reform and anti-censorship in gaming, GamerGate has targeted prominent women critics and designers like Sarkeesian, Zoe Quinn, Brianna Wu and Leigh Alexander with a relentless campaign of threats and harassment.” —Rolling Stone Magazine

Why Are You So Angry: examining the backlash to Tropes vs Women

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Watch the embedded YouTube series Why Are You So Angry, from Innuendo Studios, as it examines the backlash against Feminist Frequency, Anita Sarkeesian, and the Tropes vs. Women series:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJA_jUddXvY62dhVThbeegLPpvQlR4CjF

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Under the guise of pushing for journalistic reform and anti-censorship in gaming, GamerGate has targeted prominent women critics and designers like Sarkeesian, Zoe Quinn, Brianna Wu and Leigh Alexander with a relentless campaign of threats and harassment.” —Rolling Stone Magazine

Rookie Rep. Katherine Clark Takes Fight To Online Abusers

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Read the embedded article and listen to the recording of Rep. Katherine Clark, speaking on WBUR of her push to have Congress and law enforcement work harder to protect victims of online harassment and threats:
http://www.wbur.org/2015/07/08/clark-online-harassment-gamers

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Under the guise of pushing for journalistic reform and anti-censorship in gaming, GamerGate has targeted prominent women critics and designers like Sarkeesian, Zoe Quinn, Brianna Wu and Leigh Alexander with a relentless campaign of threats and harassment.” —Rolling Stone Magazine

Message from Tauriq Moosa to his Supporters

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Read the embedded post from Tauriq Moosa, where he asks supporters to shift their efforts away from fighting his trolls, and toward amplifying minority voices: http://freethoughtblogs.com/indelible/2015/06/29/please/

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Under the guise of pushing for journalistic reform and anti-censorship in gaming, GamerGate has targeted prominent women critics and designers like Sarkeesian, Zoe Quinn, Brianna Wu and Leigh Alexander with a relentless campaign of threats and harassment.” —Rolling Stone Magazine

Felicia Day Interview – Gamergate & Feminism

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Watch the embedded Red Carpet News interview with Felicia Day on Gamergate and Feminism:
https://youtu.be/ex4JCxwzImY

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Under the guise of pushing for journalistic reform and anti-censorship in gaming, GamerGate has targeted prominent women critics and designers like Sarkeesian, Zoe Quinn, Brianna Wu and Leigh Alexander with a relentless campaign of threats and harassment.” —Rolling Stone Magazine

Privilege makes them do it — what a study of Internet trolls reveals

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Read the embedded editorial on what makes trolls troll: http://www.latimes.com/opinion/op-ed/la-oe-morrison-phillips-20150701-column.html

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Under the guise of pushing for journalistic reform and anti-censorship in gaming, GamerGate has targeted prominent women critics and designers like Sarkeesian, Zoe Quinn, Brianna Wu and Leigh Alexander with a relentless campaign of threats and harassment.” —Rolling Stone Magazine

Zen of Design: Fem Freak

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Read the embedded blog post by Damion Schubert on GamerGate’s Feminist Freak posters at E3, and why they can’t deny responsibility: http://www.zenofdesign.com/fem-freak/

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Under the guise of pushing for journalistic reform and anti-censorship in gaming, GamerGate has targeted prominent women critics and designers like Sarkeesian, Zoe Quinn, Brianna Wu and Leigh Alexander with a relentless campaign of threats and harassment.” —Rolling Stone Magazine

Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Online Harassment

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Watch the embedded video of Last Week Tonight with John Oliver covering online harassment and revenge porn, trying to prosecute, and victim blaming: https://youtu.be/PuNIwYsz7PI

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Under the guise of pushing for journalistic reform and anti-censorship in gaming, GamerGate has targeted prominent women critics and designers like Sarkeesian, Zoe Quinn, Brianna Wu and Leigh Alexander with a relentless campaign of threats and harassment.” —Rolling Stone Magazine