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After receiving violent threats online in connection to Gamergate, Massachusetts Democratic candidate Brianna Wu opens up about treating her PTSD with medical marijuana.
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Brianna Wu is a videogame developer who was targeted by Gamergate after speaking out against misogyny in the gaming industry. Now she’s taking on politics to level the playing field.
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The software engineer fought the internet's worst. Now she's ready to bring the fight to Congress.
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She's even got real code on her computer!
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A new survey finds that women enjoy video games as much as men, but they don't identify as "gamers."
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My name is Brianna Wu. I develop video games for your phone. I lead one of thelargest professional game-development teams of women in the field. Sometimes I speak out on women in tech issues. I'm doing everything I can to save my life except be silent.
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2014 was one of the most tumultuous years ever for women in gaming culture: Here's how we improve.
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The former GamerGate supporter also admits that women have a place in gaming culture, and welcomes the changes they bring
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#GamerGate's newest target in its quest for ethical gaming journalism is a dead dog.
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A new tool launched Thursday is aiming to collect data on gendered harassment and abuse on Twitter in an effort to help victims.
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And Wednesday, we were joined by panel of female gamers who weighed in on #Gamergate. Watch that conversation below: HuffPost
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Outspoken female members of the video game community have recently been receiving death threats and harassment. Is this misogyny strictly about gamers or is it an issue pervasive through American culture? We explore #GamerGate.
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As VentureBeat notes, some members of GamerGate claimed that Wu had staged the whole thing to disparage the movement. An
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"I haven’t been out to my car at night by myself since January 2nd," she wrote. After Wu tweeted her response letter publicly