What you need to know about the latest wave of anti-feminism

What you don’t know about a new wave of online anti- feminism?

Here’s what you need the internet to know, from the rise of Gamergate to the growing backlash against women’s issues in the tech world.


A new wave has emerged of online feminist activism.

The hashtag #Gamergate started trending in the US on December 14, and a hashtag movement called #OpZeZeZe began trending in Germany in January.

The movement has spread across the internet, as it’s grown in prominence over the past few years, and the hashtag has become a rallying cry for women who are fighting back against misogyny in the industry.


Women are fighting for equality in tech.

Many of the biggest companies in the world, from Facebook to Amazon to Netflix, have a diverse range of employees.

In 2017, it’s not uncommon to see women working in roles as diverse as engineering to marketing and sales.

And, as women, we are often the only ones fighting for the same issues as men.


Women and men are the same in tech: gender bias and harassment.

When we speak about sexism in tech, we tend to focus on women and people of color.

But that’s not true for everyone.

For example, we can see the same problem with gender bias in tech when it comes to hiring, and there are ways that we can fight back.

When companies hire women and women of color, we often see them as more qualified for the job.

But, if they’re white and male, they may not get the job at all.

In fact, the hiring process can be sexist.


We have a lot to learn from the tech industry.

Tech is a big, global industry.

When I interviewed for a job at Amazon, I was told that my gender and race were irrelevant.

I would never work at a tech company that did not hire women or people of colour.

As the tech sector gets more diverse, we need to learn more about how to make sure we’re not discriminating against anyone, and not just against people of a certain gender or a certain race.


Women in tech are the most underrepresented people.

In 2016, the tech media industry accounted for more than half of the US workforce.

Today, the percentage of women in tech has dropped significantly.

Women make up less than 3% of all US workers, but they make up over half of tech workers.

This gender imbalance is part of the reason why women are less likely to be promoted into tech positions, and why women in technology are less than 1% of the global workforce.


The tech industry is diverse.

In the US, there are more than 8 million women in the workforce, and they are disproportionately represented in technical positions.

There are also more women in leadership roles, but these are not as common.

When it comes time to look at hiring, we have to consider how women in STEM fields are disproportionately discriminated against.

The lack of representation means that tech companies are not able to fill the technical positions that women are being asked to fill.


There’s a lot more we can do to fight back against sexism in technology.

Tech companies need to stop thinking of themselves as just a place where women can work, and start thinking of them as a place to be.

It’s not enough for tech companies to create a safe environment for women and minorities.

We need to create an environment where all women, people of all races, and people from all backgrounds can work together.


Women need to fight to stay in tech companies.

When people are being targeted online for harassment, abuse, and even rape, we’re all a little bit better off for it.

Women deserve to be treated with dignity and respect, and that starts with their safety.

It starts with taking action.

Women can’t sit idly by while sexism in the technology industry continues to grow.