Sigh. Of course they only took my two quotes about how there's sexism on Wikipedia, and not a word of my explanation about how categorization on Wikipedia works and how half of what Ms. Filipacchi wrote was misleading. I also talked extensively about the "real" sexist problems on Wikipedia (whitewashing of rape and domestic violence articles by men's rights groups, over-representation of female porn stars, under-representation of female academics, etc.) and how these issues have been largely ignored by the media. Of course they were still ignored, so I guess it was wasted effort :P

Ryan Kaldari

On 4/29/13 6:09 PM, Sarah Stierch wrote:
Gender gap's & WikiProject Feminism's own Kaldari is interviewed here:

and User:Qworty in a not so pleasant light here:


Sarah Stierch
Museumist and open culture advocate

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