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Personal Development vs. Systemic Problems

This is one of those blog posts where I don’t have a scientific study to support my hypothesis, so please take this post with a grain of salt. It’s an opinion and because of that, it’s not scientifically proven. Nor… Continue Reading →

Retention is only part of the puzzle

In Gamasutra there’s an excellent article by the Pixelles describing the seven primary reasons why women leave the games industry. In it, the Pixelles make the case for what we can do to retain women in the industry, and I… Continue Reading →

Violence as a conflict resolution

Another one of those opinion pieces I’m apparently writing nowadays. I kinda like it. In triple-A games, conflict is used more often than not as a conflict resolution tool. It’s a glaring disconnect from reality where violence is often a… Continue Reading →

No Excuses

A while back an interview with one of the developers for Escape from Tarkov made excuses as to why there were no women in the game. It was attributed to the ever present “realism” and women not being able to… Continue Reading →

A Fragile State

Links have now been added, see bottom of post. Honestly, I didn’t know what to name this blog post, so a fragile state it is. What I’m talking about is of course my own experiences in the gaming industry, both… Continue Reading →

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