Gender assumptions linger, despite influx of women gamers

10/5/2006 | BBC

As the number of women gamers continues to increase, some women are wondering when women will stop being viewed as being outside the gaming mainstream. "There is a preconceived notion that you will feel out of place," Kirsten Kearney, a games industry journalist and a promoter of women gamers, said, "but that isn't borne out by women who are actually playing games."

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