The Geek Feminism blog exists to support, encourage, and discuss issues facing women and nonbinary people in geek communities, including science and technology, gaming, SF fandom, and more. (Yes, we take a broad view of geekdom.)

Things that are on-topic for this blog:

  1. geeky discussion about feminism
  2. feminist discussion about geekdom
  3. geek feminist discussion about other things

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Comment policy

The Geek Feminism blog is a feminist space. We welcome discussion that encourages and supports women and nonbinary people in geek communities.

The basic rules

  1. To quote Hoyden About Town: Be at least one of: feminist, friendly, amusing, or perspicacious. Two is even better!
  2. Anonymous comments are not permitted. Pseudonymous ones are fine.
  3. The moderators’ decision is final.

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