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Answer (1 of 4): Anything gender is based on a stereotype. In my experience, girls don't like anything specific for games. It's all individual. I've heard girls argue about what games they like to
By Bryan Dewan What would you do if you woke up one day and everything about yourself was different? You still had the same job and lived in the same plac…
Gaming isn't the most women-friendly industry, but a new generation of female developers and gamers are trying to change things—or take gender out of the equation altogether.
Women are just as good as men are at video games, and encouraging them to play could have huge benefits
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The results of a new study, revealed yesterday at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, show that today's young consumers are far more progressive than the games industry gives them...
Some men enjoy the added attention they receive in the role of a busty elfish sorceress, while some women prefer to avoid unwanted harassment from other players
The statistic shows the gender split among U.S. computer and video gamers from 2006 to 2016. In 2012, 53 percent of all gamers were men, down from 58 percent a year earlier.
Meg Jayanth: Cast aside the old stereotype – women are now the majority among games users. But as characters and creators they are still largely absent
There is no question of the popularity of video games and how ingrained they have become, not only in American culture, but others as well (for example, gaming is essentially a national sport in S
Video games have long been known as a male-dominated media, including in the terms of market audience, player base, and character representation in game. Research concerning gender representation