Sunday May 31, 2020

Feminism is, in part, about opportunity, not an opening for tech guys’ opportunism

Tech may or may not have a ‘woman problem’, but tech feminism definitely has a man problem.

15th February, 2015

The real feminist man isn’t all that difficult to identify. The tough part is learning to tell the difference between a misogynist who can quote Judith Butler from a guy whose awareness is just developing at a slower pace. The latter are at least open to a perspective shift, and tend to have little interest in women’s events and networks anyway.

Even the red flags are confusing: the men who say...

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