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A resource for and about women in geek communities.
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K. Tempest Bradford is a speculative fiction author, tech writer, and blogger. Bradford's speculative fiction has been published in Strange Horizons, and the Federations anthology among others. In addition she is a gadget reviewer, specialising in mobile technology, for Digital Trends and Black Enterprise; and an anti-racist and anti-sexist activist. Read more…

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Geek Feminism
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Communities of geek women
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For allies | Research | Conference anti-harassment | Guide for foul-mouthed feminists | Promotion to women | more….

Organizations and events supporting geek women
Haecksen miniconfs | Organization for Transformative Works | AdaCamp | WoMoz | WikiWomenCamp 2012 | more organizations and more events…

Organizations and events supporting girls and younger geek women
Go Girl, Go for IT | Digital Divas | So you think you can Engineer? | Girls' Programming Network | MIT Women's Initiative | more organizations and more events…

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  • The Python and PyStar workshops are short introductory programming workshops in Python focussed on women. They are similar to the RailsBridge events in the Ruby community.
  • Boyfriend-transmitted geekdom is an issue for women in geekdom where, if they happen to have been introduced to a geek skill, geek interest, or geek community by a former or current male partner they are always viewed as an impostor geek.
  • Mothership HackerMoms is a hackspace in Berkeley, California, that focusses on providing space for hackers who are mothers.

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