Emma Lewis wrote: “Modelling “distributed, non-authoritarian” internet culture by DEMANDING that other people create content for YOUR platform?
Great satire on corporate ownership … I have to hope…”
She emailed to me after my talk at University of Sussex answering the Queer and Feminist Social Media Workshop’s Question: How can we understand the interconnections between [...]
Here is the info graphic, hot off the press, for the DOCC 2013, the pedagogy project that FemTechNet is producing for Fall 2013.
Image produced by Tony Germano for Anne Balsamo, 2012. Use with permission under a CC BY-NC-SA license.
By Leonardo Flores
The queer forum on Craiglist is a public space where users, from all over the world, join in different conversations regarding queer topics. These topics are highly political, sexualized, and personal. The space is completely free for entrance but the only restriction for participating is registration; one must have a handle name [...]
As part of my assignment for a class I had to pick a website, then observe and assess whether or not it was a feminist (of color) and racialized space. The site that I chose to observe and study was Craigslist. Specifically, I am examining the Queer forum space [...]
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