"Feminist and women's hackerspaces" article likely out of date.

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Feminist and women's hackerspaces are physical spaces that are either women-centered or limited to women. While policies on dues, membership, and guests varies, feminist hackerspaces explicitly identify with feminist principles and provide a place to work on projects in a supportive space.  Common examples include projects in programming, advocacy, electronics, womens rights and fine arts.  


Groups at existing hackerspaces

Hackerspaces and groups that have closed

Founding a feminist hackerspace

See these pages for resources on founding feminist hackerspaces: