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movies i like: When a journalist interviews a woman like Jane Raymond, who has been in the game developement business for 20 years, she says she's never had any problems. I. told. you People think Twitter is the game industry, the actual game industry is fine You can't just show up, and everyone gives you a job and money or they are sexist. You really do have to git gud. Are you seeing the pattern here yet? 10+ years industry veterans "No problem bros" 6 month 2 years entrants making garbage- "wah sexism" You'd be lying if you said you'd never noticed that pattern. Everyone thinks it, just nobody says it. You suck at first and people don't like it - trust me,I know. But it's not about your genitalia. - Jennifer Dawe, Artist and Game Developer Over 10 years of experience "I HAVE NO TIME FOR BITCHING AND COMPLAINING." "But I think ultimately, it's the people who have those kind of opinions or make that noise [who] are a minority. They're sort of living in the anonymity of the internet. I think that side of things exists in every industry. I think with what's happened this year, I kind of feel like, 'Why is everyone picking on video games as being a bad industry Because even though I've had a bad end of the stick, I still love the industry. Yes, I think there are some games, you know, yes, whatever, portrayal of women can be improved. Yes, it can be improved in every single frickin' entertainment form. Movies, even the magazines that we buy. Women buy these magazines and on the cover of these magazines, women are wearing sexy outfits. You see cleavage, all this stuff. These are the magazines we choose to buy for ourselves. I feel like as a person who loves the game industry and likes making games, action games, I made Assassin's Creed - it's a game where you assassinate guys and you have a big sword and stuff. I like bad action movies. I like what we do and I don't feel like it all has to be so. anyway, I wish we weren't picking on the game industry so much." As one of very few women in senior creative positions in the video game industry, Hennig is often asked about sexism and challenges she has faced. But she says it's not an issue. "Usually it has been men who gave me the opportunities I have had. I think this is a young enough and progressive enough industry that there just isn't any of that. Los Angeles Times, Feb 2010, "How l Made It: Amy Hennig" PlayStation.a OOD O LEGACY KAIN No, I never experienced any problem with being a female in a so-called male- dominated field. They were happy to have me. It was just really up to me to actually 'put' myself there. If more women want to be a part of the computer industry today, they just have to do more to put themselves there. Nobody, in reality, is keeping them out.. in my opinion, anyway." -Roberta Williams, co-founder of Sierra On-Line, designer of King's Quest, Phantasmagoria, Mixed-Up Mother Goose, Shivers, and many other games; in a 2006 interview <p>InB4 &ldquo;muh Internalized misogneh&rdquo;</p>
 movies i like: When a journalist interviews a woman like
 Jane Raymond, who has been in the game
 developement business for 20 years, she says
 she's never had any problems.
 I. told. you
 People think Twitter is the game industry,
 the actual game industry is fine
 You can't just show up, and everyone gives
 you a job and money or they are sexist.
 You really do have to git gud.
 Are you seeing the pattern here yet?
 10+ years industry veterans "No problem bros"
 6 month 2 years entrants making garbage-
 "wah sexism"
 You'd be lying if you said you'd never
 noticed that pattern.
 Everyone thinks it, just nobody says it.
 You suck at first and people don't like it -
 trust me,I know.
 But it's not about your genitalia.
 - Jennifer Dawe, Artist and Game Developer
 Over 10 years of experience

 "I HAVE NO TIME FOR
 BITCHING AND
 COMPLAINING."
 "But I think ultimately, it's the people who
 have those kind of opinions or make that
 noise [who] are a minority. They're sort of
 living in the anonymity of the internet. I
 think that side of things exists in every
 industry. I think with what's happened this
 year, I kind of feel like, 'Why is everyone
 picking on video games as being a bad industry Because even though I've had a bad end
 of the stick, I still love the industry. Yes, I think there are some games, you know, yes,
 whatever, portrayal of women can be improved. Yes, it can be improved in every single
 frickin' entertainment form. Movies, even the magazines that we buy. Women buy these
 magazines and on the cover of these magazines, women are wearing sexy outfits. You see
 cleavage, all this stuff. These are the magazines we choose to buy for ourselves. I feel like
 as a person who loves the game industry and likes making games, action games, I made
 Assassin's Creed - it's a game where you assassinate guys and you have a big sword and
 stuff. I like bad action movies. I like what we do and I don't feel like it all has to be so.
 anyway, I wish we weren't picking on the game industry so much."

 As one of very few women in senior
 creative positions in the video game
 industry, Hennig is often asked about
 sexism and challenges she has faced.
 But she says it's not an issue.
 "Usually it has been men who gave me
 the opportunities I have had. I think this
 is a young enough and progressive
 enough industry that there just isn't
 any of that.
 Los Angeles Times, Feb 2010, "How
 l Made It: Amy Hennig"
 PlayStation.a
 OOD O
 LEGACY
 KAIN

 No, I never experienced any problem with
 being a female in a so-called male-
 dominated field. They were happy to have
 me. It was just really up to me to actually
 'put' myself there.
 If more women want to be a part of the
 computer industry today, they just have
 to do more to put themselves there.
 Nobody, in reality, is keeping them out..
 in my opinion, anyway."
 -Roberta Williams, co-founder of
 Sierra On-Line, designer of King's
 Quest, Phantasmagoria, Mixed-Up
 Mother Goose, Shivers, and many
 other games; in a 2006 interview
<p>InB4 &ldquo;muh Internalized misogneh&rdquo;</p>

<p>InB4 &ldquo;muh Internalized misogneh&rdquo;</p>