J. Haniver’s Not In the Kitchen Anymore is a Woman’s POV on Misogynistic Gamer Socialization

I tuned into J. Haniver’s Not in the Kitchen Anymore (NITKA) after it got mentioned on Kotaku. NITKA is an extension of an earlier art project by Haniver, “a 23 year old female gamer, who specializes in first person shooters (specifically, Call of Duty).” She records conversations of (male) gamers who take issue with female gamers,Continue reading “J. Haniver’s Not In the Kitchen Anymore is a Woman’s POV on Misogynistic Gamer Socialization”

Powers Gaming’s Texas Battlefield 3 LAN Party and the Practices of Re-Inscribing Misogyny Through Sexism

Stacie Hanes posted a link to this story by Tami B. about a unofficial Battlefield 3 launch LAN party being held in Texas that specifically excluded women from participating: A large launch party and LAN for Battlefield 3 is being held in Texas, and women are disallowed from attending in order to protect them fromContinue reading “Powers Gaming’s Texas Battlefield 3 LAN Party and the Practices of Re-Inscribing Misogyny Through Sexism”