So I am reading New Visions of Love by the amazing feminist scholar bell hooks and loving it.
On a parallel track, I’m starting to ask myself the following questions:

  • Is there a feminism of technology?
  • What does it mean to be both a feminist and a tech geek?
  • If technologies were feminist, would would that mean?
  • How do technology, feminism and gender politics fit together? (This one totally sparked by the intense admiration Annalee Newitz, Barb Dywad and Gina Trapani received at BlogHer.)

If anyone has writers I can be reading who are thinking about these questions, please send them my way.

So I am reading New Visions of Love by the amazing feminist scholar bell hooks and loving it.
On a parallel track, I’m starting to ask myself the following questions:

  • Is there a feminism of technology?
  • What does it mean to be both a feminist and a tech geek?
  • If technologies were feminist, would would that mean?
  • How do technology, feminism and gender politics fit together? (This one totally sparked by the intense admiration Annalee Newitz, Barb Dywad and Gina Trapani received at BlogHer.)

If anyone has writers I can be reading who are thinking about these questions, please send them my way.