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11th May '16 1:42:12 PM erforce
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* ''Series/TheSarahConnorChronicles'': She considers it wonderfully feminist for presenting a strong, independent single mom and for having a lot of character development.

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* ''Series/TheSarahConnorChronicles'': ''Series/TerminatorTheSarahConnorChronicles'': She considers it wonderfully feminist for presenting a strong, independent single mom and for having a lot of character development.
27th Apr '16 2:29:30 PM NubianSatyress
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* WellIntentionedExtremist: In the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rZn_lJoN6PI Toy Ads episode]], she states that the only way to prevent gendered advertising is to stop ALL advertisements targeted at children.
--> Anita Sarkeesian: "I was origionally going to say that we need to hold the media accountable for what they're teaching our young people, but no. Really, advertising directed specifically at young people needs to stop; all together, no exceptions."

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* WellIntentionedExtremist: In the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rZn_lJoN6PI Toy Ads episode]], she states that the only way to prevent gendered advertising is to stop ALL advertisements targeted at children.
--> Anita Sarkeesian: "I was origionally going to say that we need to hold the media accountable for what they're teaching our young people, but no. Really, advertising directed specifically at young people needs to stop; all together, no exceptions."
27th Apr '16 1:48:14 PM Timjames98
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* WellIntentionedExtremist: In the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rZn_lJoN6PI Toy Ads episode]], she states that the only way to prevent gendered advertising is to stop ALL advertisements targeted at children.
--> Anita Sarkeesian: "I was origionally going to say that we need to hold the media accountable for what they're teaching our young people, but no. Really, advertising directed specifically at young people needs to stop; all together, no exceptions."
20th Apr '16 8:09:01 AM NubianSatyress
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* The Tropes Vs Women in Video Games has started being released (and the series has ended):

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* The Tropes Vs Women in Video Games has started being released (and the series has ended):series:
20th Apr '16 4:26:46 AM VoxAquila
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''[[http://www.feministfrequency.com Feminist Frequency]]'' is a web series created by Anita Sarkeesian and co-written by video remixer Jonathan [=McIntosh=] to analyze pop culture from a feminist perspective. The point of the series is to point out female character archetypes, mostly negative criticism towards what she regards as the UnfortunateImplications that ensue from various shows and movies. Part of her stated goal is to educate people on feminist theories using pop culture to communicate basic concepts. In addition to covering individual subjects and top best/worst lists, there is a twelve-part mini-series on "Tropes V.S. Women", started in 2011, of which only 7 have been completed.

Near the end of 2012, she announced her "Tropes V.S. Women in VideoGames" which had planned to have 12 parts when completed. Both works just so happened to use this very site as inspiration. A fundraiser her video games videos turned out highly successful due to media attention on an associated harassment campaign. The first video of this series was released in March of 2013. She announced in January 2016 that she would be ending the project, citing that she did not feel the compassion for the series that she used to have. Noting here that as of the time of this edit, she has raised $158,922, making each video (of the seven) cost $22713 to make. I wonder why...

Feminist Frequency was later turned into an official non-profit organization. Though started and run by Anita Sarkeesian, Feminist Frequency as a project is technically a group effort. Another contributor is Jonathan [=McIntosh=], credited as a producer. The other members of the project choose to remain anonymous. However, in her 2014 financial reports, Anita pays no one but herself, saying that she worked 60 hours a week. 60 HOURS.

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''[[http://www.feministfrequency.com Feminist Frequency]]'' is a web series created by Anita Sarkeesian and co-written by video remixer Jonathan [=McIntosh=] to analyze pop culture from a feminist perspective. The point of the series is to point out female character archetypes, mostly negative criticism towards what she regards as the UnfortunateImplications that ensue from various shows and movies. Part of her stated goal is to educate people on feminist theories using pop culture to communicate basic concepts. In addition to covering individual subjects and top best/worst lists, there is a twelve-part mini-series on "Tropes V.S. Women", started in 2011, of which only 7 have been completed.

2011.
Near the end of 2012, she announced her "Tropes V.S. Women in VideoGames" which had planned to have 12 parts when completed. Both works just so happened to use this very site as inspiration. A fundraiser her video games videos turned out highly successful due to media attention on an associated harassment campaign. The first video of this series was released in March of 2013. She announced in January 2016 that she would be ending the project, citing that she did not feel the compassion passion for the series that she used to have. Noting here that as of the time of this edit, she has raised $158,922, making each video (of the seven) cost $22713 to make. I wonder why...

have.

Feminist Frequency was later turned into an official non-profit organization. Though started and run by Anita Sarkeesian, Feminist Frequency as a project is technically a group effort. Another contributor is Jonathan [=McIntosh=], credited as a producer. The other members of the project choose to remain anonymous. However, in her 2014 financial reports, Anita pays no one but herself, saying that she worked 60 hours a week. 60 HOURS.\n
20th Apr '16 3:55:57 AM Chrispang
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''[[http://www.feministfrequency.com Feminist Frequency]]'' is a web series created by Anita Sarkeesian and co-written by video remixer Jonathan [=McIntosh=] to analyze pop culture from a feminist perspective. The point of the series is to point out female character archetypes, mostly negative criticism towards what she regards as the UnfortunateImplications that ensue from various shows and movies. Part of her stated goal is to educate people on feminist theories using pop culture to communicate basic concepts. In addition to covering individual subjects and top best/worst lists, there is a six-part mini-series on "Tropes V.S. Women", started in 2011.

Near the end of 2012, she announced her "Tropes V.S. Women in VideoGames" which had planned to have 12 parts when completed. Both works just so happened to use this very site as inspiration. A fundraiser her video games videos turned out highly successful due to media attention on an associated harassment campaign. The first video of this series was released in March of 2013. She announced in January 2016 that she would be ending the project, citing that she did not feel the compassion for the series that she used to have. Noting here that as of the time of this edit, she has raised $158,922, making each video (of the five) cost roughly $32000 to make. I wonder why...

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''[[http://www.feministfrequency.com Feminist Frequency]]'' is a web series created by Anita Sarkeesian and co-written by video remixer Jonathan [=McIntosh=] to analyze pop culture from a feminist perspective. The point of the series is to point out female character archetypes, mostly negative criticism towards what she regards as the UnfortunateImplications that ensue from various shows and movies. Part of her stated goal is to educate people on feminist theories using pop culture to communicate basic concepts. In addition to covering individual subjects and top best/worst lists, there is a six-part twelve-part mini-series on "Tropes V.S. Women", started in 2011.

2011, of which only 7 have been completed.

Near the end of 2012, she announced her "Tropes V.S. Women in VideoGames" which had planned to have 12 parts when completed. Both works just so happened to use this very site as inspiration. A fundraiser her video games videos turned out highly successful due to media attention on an associated harassment campaign. The first video of this series was released in March of 2013. She announced in January 2016 that she would be ending the project, citing that she did not feel the compassion for the series that she used to have. Noting here that as of the time of this edit, she has raised $158,922, making each video (of the five) seven) cost roughly $32000 $22713 to make. I wonder why...
20th Apr '16 3:51:13 AM Chrispang
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Near the end of 2012, she announced her "Tropes V.S. Women in VideoGames" which had planned to have 12 parts when completed. Both works just so happened to use this very site as inspiration. A fundraiser her video games videos turned out highly successful due to media attention on an associated harassment campaign. The first video of this series was released in March of 2013. She announced in January 2016 that she would be ending the project, citing that she did not feel the compassion for the series that she used to have.

Feminist Frequency was later turned into an official not-for-profit organization. Though started and run by Anita Sarkeesian, Feminist Frequency as a project is technically a group effort. Another contributor is Jonathan [=McIntosh=], credited as a producer. The other members of the project choose to remain anonymous.

to:

Near the end of 2012, she announced her "Tropes V.S. Women in VideoGames" which had planned to have 12 parts when completed. Both works just so happened to use this very site as inspiration. A fundraiser her video games videos turned out highly successful due to media attention on an associated harassment campaign. The first video of this series was released in March of 2013. She announced in January 2016 that she would be ending the project, citing that she did not feel the compassion for the series that she used to have.

have. Noting here that as of the time of this edit, she has raised $158,922, making each video (of the five) cost roughly $32000 to make. I wonder why...

Feminist Frequency was later turned into an official not-for-profit non-profit organization. Though started and run by Anita Sarkeesian, Feminist Frequency as a project is technically a group effort. Another contributor is Jonathan [=McIntosh=], credited as a producer. The other members of the project choose to remain anonymous.
anonymous. However, in her 2014 financial reports, Anita pays no one but herself, saying that she worked 60 hours a week. 60 HOURS.



* The Tropes Vs Women in Video Games has started being released:

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* The Tropes Vs Women in Video Games has started being released:released (and the series has ended):
13th Mar '16 5:06:29 PM emeriin
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Near the end of 2012, she announced her "Tropes V.S. Women in VideoGames" which had planned to have 12 parts when completed. Both works just so happened to use this very site as inspiration. A fundraiser her video games videos turned out highly successful due to media attention on an associated harassment campaign. The first video of this series was released in March of 2013. However, during its run, it got hit with some controversy about a number of elements to the series, and the videos themselves did not come out at a steady pace. She announced in January 2016 that she would be ending the project, citing that she did not feel the compassion for the series that she used to have.

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Near the end of 2012, she announced her "Tropes V.S. Women in VideoGames" which had planned to have 12 parts when completed. Both works just so happened to use this very site as inspiration. A fundraiser her video games videos turned out highly successful due to media attention on an associated harassment campaign. The first video of this series was released in March of 2013. However, during its run, it got hit with some controversy about a number of elements to the series, and the videos themselves did not come out at a steady pace. She announced in January 2016 that she would be ending the project, citing that she did not feel the compassion for the series that she used to have.
13th Mar '16 4:35:05 PM NubianSatyress
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''Feminist Frequency'' has been known to be rather controversial due to the manner in which each subject is framed, how Anita comes to her conclusions of subjects in each episode, her responses to criticisms of her content and reasoning, and some of the reactions that many of her videos receive, so please please '''please''' observe the RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgement.

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''Feminist Frequency'' has been known to be rather receive very controversial due to the manner in which each subject is framed, how Anita comes to her conclusions of subjects in each episode, her responses to criticisms of her content and reasoning, and some of the reactions that many of her videos receive, reactions, so please please '''please''' observe the RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgement.
13th Mar '16 12:31:52 PM darkpowrjd
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''[[http://www.feministfrequency.com Feminist Frequency]]'' is a web series created by Anita Sarkeesian and co-written by video remixer Jonathan [=McIntosh=] to analyze pop culture from a feminist perspective. The point of the series is to point out female character archetypes, mostly negative criticism towards what she regards as the UnfortunateImplications that ensue from various shows and movies. Part of her stated goal is to educate people on feminist theories using pop culture to communicate basic concepts. In addition to covering individual subjects and top best/worst lists, there is a six-part mini-series on "Tropes V.S. Women" started in 2011 and an in progress mini-series on "Tropes V.S. Women in VideoGames" which is planned to have 12 parts when completed. Both works just so happen to use this very site as inspiration.

A fundraiser for her videos turned out highly successful due to media attention on an associated harassment campaign. Feminist Frequency was later turned into an official not-for-profit organization. Though started and run by Anita Sarkeesian, Feminist Frequency as a project is technically a group effort. Another contributor is Jonathan [=McIntosh=], credited as a producer. The other members of the project choose to remain anonymous.

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''[[http://www.feministfrequency.com Feminist Frequency]]'' is a web series created by Anita Sarkeesian and co-written by video remixer Jonathan [=McIntosh=] to analyze pop culture from a feminist perspective. The point of the series is to point out female character archetypes, mostly negative criticism towards what she regards as the UnfortunateImplications that ensue from various shows and movies. Part of her stated goal is to educate people on feminist theories using pop culture to communicate basic concepts. In addition to covering individual subjects and top best/worst lists, there is a six-part mini-series on "Tropes V.S. Women" Women", started in 2011 and an in progress mini-series on 2011.

Near the end of 2012, she announced her
"Tropes V.S. Women in VideoGames" which is had planned to have 12 parts when completed. Both works just so happen happened to use this very site as inspiration.

inspiration. A fundraiser for her video games videos turned out highly successful due to media attention on an associated harassment campaign. The first video of this series was released in March of 2013. However, during its run, it got hit with some controversy about a number of elements to the series, and the videos themselves did not come out at a steady pace. She announced in January 2016 that she would be ending the project, citing that she did not feel the compassion for the series that she used to have.

Feminist Frequency was later turned into an official not-for-profit organization. Though started and run by Anita Sarkeesian, Feminist Frequency as a project is technically a group effort. Another contributor is Jonathan [=McIntosh=], credited as a producer. The other members of the project choose to remain anonymous.
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