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Large sports stadium with a floor absolutely packed with hackers at tables.
2016 Year in Review by Gloria Lin on December 15th, 2016
This is a feminist issue considering hackathon practices prevent the growth of a diverse, critical tech sphere.
The BDSM flag flying in the Castro, Twin Peaks rising behind it.
Issue 43 by Ava Ex Machina on November 18th, 2016
I exist for men’s own sexual self-exploration, a freak without my own right to privacy or freedom from public shame, a resource for their own self-discovery -- that like all things in an on-demand world, they feel entitled to access at any time.
Donna and Cameron standing outside of a brick building, reviewing notes.
Issue 42 by Kerstin Kollmann on October 18th, 2016
In an online survey I conducted, two-thirds of respondents thought depictions of female tech experts were “not particularly accurate” or even “very inaccurate”.
A man on an white background, holding his mouth open as he laughs.
Issue 42 by Anonymous Author on October 17th, 2016
No one heard us, no one stood up for us, no one tried to help us. Instead they tried to silence us.
Photographic implementation of the "ghost writer": blurred, near-transparent hands hovering over a keyboard.
Issue 41 by Alina Heim on September 8th, 2016
"Thought leadership" involves a far vaster and more complex labor system than first appears.
Transcribe Online logo: the words in a fun, bubbly font and a 'T' speech bubble wrapped in headphones.
Issue 41 by Alice Wong & Katie Klabusich & Raquel Hosein & Wagatwe Wanjuki on September 6th, 2016
"We’re hoping it can change lives as well as movement and organizing work."
Rows and rows of empty chairs.
Issue 36 by Heather O’Neill on April 27th, 2016
Attempts to get -- and keep -- more women in tech put the onus solely on women themselves… at tremendous time and cost.
Hands on a keyboard.
Issue 36 by Alexis Hancock on April 25th, 2016
The overwhelming focus on imposter syndrome doesn’t provide a space to process the power dynamics affecting you; you get gaslighted into thinking it’s *you* causing all the problems.
An out-of-focus figure, standing by the window gazing outside.
Issue 33 by Justine Arreche on February 25th, 2016
There is not one single thing that makes it a good place for people with eating disorders to exist or recover.
A ceiling light glowing in a dark room.
Issue 32 by Shanley Kane on February 4th, 2016
We never interrogate exactly what we have become aware of, or what it’s all been for.