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  1. [UPDATED] Intel Supports Gamasutra With New Ads After Gamergate Debacle

    You may recall the controversy over chip maker Intel pulling an advertising campaign from Gamasutra after Gamergate complained to the company en masse about an article posted there. They've had a change of heart.

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  2. How Is Greg Benson Still Getting Into Comic Conventions When He is Literally Hitting Cosplayers in the Face?

    This is the title card of Mediocre Films and Greg Benson's latest "comedy" video. Think it's funny? We don't.

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  3. MythBusters‘ Adam Savage Talks Privilege, Women in STEM, and Gamergate: “Shit’s Tough for Girls”

    Confirmed.

    "All anyone wants is to be happy and to be fulfilled [...] And it’s genuinely sad that [GamerGaters] feel so unfulfilled that they feel the drive to push their lack of fulfillment outwards. Right? ‘I want to deny things to you — because I feel denied.’ That’s terrible. The moment you’re trying to hurt other people, whether with words or physical violence — there’s something deeply wrong with you."

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  4. Blizzard CEO Opens BlizzCon 2014 By Condemning Gamergaters Like A BAMF

    Blizzcon 2014 kicked off today, and CEO Michael Morhaime had some great things to say during the opening ceremonies. Though he never specifically mentions Gamergate by name, anyone with a modicum of common sense knows of whom he is speaking.

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  5. Firefox Mozilla Compounds Chronic Uncoolness With Terrible Coverage Of Gamergate

    Gering-ding-ding-ding-dingeringeding actually, it's about ethics in games journalism.

    Mozilla, mo' problems.

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  6. Women of Color Respond to the Hollaback Campaign In New Video On Jezebel

    By now, everyone and their grandmother has seen that street harassment video produced by nonprofit organization Hollaback. Did you notice that it was mostly comprised of black and latino men hitting on a single white girl? Because you're not alone—the video has has opened up a bigger discussion of how racism often intersects with sexism in many online circles, and a new video on Jezebel is highlighting the criticism head-on.

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  7. Nonprofit Begins “Unprecedented” Partnership With Twitter to Reduce Gender-Based Harassment

    About time.

    It's no secret to any savvy nerd that Twitter has not been particularly kind to women over the past couple of months, particularly those in gaming. It's also no secret to any woman on Twitter, gamer or not, that harassment didn't just start in August—people use the Internet to openly attack, stalk, and threaten all different kinds of marginalized users, and Twitter's harassment reporting policy is too ineffectual to do anything about it. But hopefully, that's about to change.

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  8. Ethically Gorgeous! It’s The Gamergate Make-Up Tutorial!

    "I like to use blush in 'Nixon.'"

    GooberGrapers, are you tired of your usual look? Need something that says "I'm fighting for ethics?" YouTuber Tadele Smith has some helpful tips for how you can switch up your daily make-up routine. The most important tip here is, of course, a reminder to "line the waterline of your eyes so feminists can't drink your tears." This is truly a make-up tutorial for the ages.

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  9. 13-Year-Old Girls Take On Universal Studios After Being Harassed At Halloween Horror Nights

    Supergirly!

    An upsetting story with a surprisingly positive ending: on September 26th, 13-year-old girls Roxy Fisher and Kayla Beals were called sexist slurs by a performer at Universal Studios' Halloween Horror Nights.

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  10. Youtube Singer Jonathan Mann Continues To Fight Gamergate Harassment With Music

    Now, imagine if he was a woman...

    You might remember Jonathan Mann from the autotuned rebuttal he made in September to a conservative group's claim that women should stop criticizing video games. Now, almost a month and a half since then, GooblyGobblies are unfortunately still vocal, and the "Song a Day" singer has made nearly an album's worth of songs smartly subverting the logic of harassers.

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