- It’s that time of the fortnight again: The 11th Carnival of Feminists – Global Edition! is live. The next carnival is on January 20, and accepting submissions of new feminist posts.
- A Softer World: 518: the latest comic plays on gender identity, what do you think? (As with many webcomics, see the alt/mouseover text as well.)
- Kotaku has a list of The Ten Most Influential Women in Games of the Past Decade (Update: which they syndicated from Gaming Angels) (see also The Border House’s take)
- Realms of Fantasy is doing a “Women in Fantasy” themed issue in August 2011 and is looking for fiction, non-fiction and art by women, especially but not exclusively on feminist and/or gender themes. (Via Jim C. Hines who has a discussion of it in his LJ.)
- Farah Mendlesohn, interviewed by Graham Sleight: Mendlesohn is the editor of On Joanna Russ, a book of critical essays on Russ’s work.
- Dreamwidth’s Diversity is its Strength – Openness, Mentoring, Diversity: Juliet Kemp talks about Dreamwidth and its development culture.
- Women & Technology 1999 – 2009: Sarah Blow reviews the tenor of news stories about women in technology over the last decade
- (trigger warning) So how does an awesome girl like me come to have an Eating Disorder?: references busygamer.com's "gamettes" as part of the problem.
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