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  1. Pew study says online gaming is less welcoming to women than online dating sites, social networking channels, and comments sections. The Pew Research Center has released a new study about online harassment, and among the findings is that, of major online environments, gaming is the least welcoming for women. The study surveyed around 3,000 Internet users (both male and female), and only 3 percent of respondents said that online gaming was more welcoming toward women, compared to 44 percent who felt it was more welcoming toward men. "Most online environments are seen as equally welcoming toward men and women; the exception is online gaming," Pew wrote. Other online environments featured in the study included online dating sites/apps, social networking sites/apps, comments sections, and online discussion sites. You can see how the online gaming category compares to the others in the chart below. Pew also shared some of the responses that participants provided in the open-ended question section of the survey. Harassment through online gaming mostly was attributed to "sore losers" and name-calling, the research group said, adding that "many" respondents "easily brushed off the negativity." Below are some of the responses that Pew shared: "Someone was a sore loser in an online game and hurled threats and insults." "Nothing bad just someone didn't like how I was playing a game. The good thing is, on the computer, you can just leave!" "When someone is losing a game, the opponent will abruptly leave but not without calling me or others a vulgar name or comment." "A standard bully-type came into a video game broadcast that a friend of mine and I run and made offensive comments at the two of us, mostly referring to our breasts." "This happens too regularly in online games to remember a specific occurrence." This study comes as the topic of women in gaming has made headlines of late. Over the summer,Assassin's Creed publisher Ubisoft caught flak for its explanation as to why Assassin's Creed Unity has no playable female characters, while Magicka publisher Paradox said the industry should not shy away from talking about the topic. On top of that, another new study showed that the percentage of female game developers has more than doubled since 2009 to 22 percent, according to the latest data. In terms of the bigger picture, the Pew study found that 73 percent of adult Internet users have witnessed someone being harassed in some way, while 40 percent have personally experienced harassment. You can read the full report at Pew's website here. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  2. Gene Simmons doesn't think women should marry men who don't have large bank accounts. The Kiss rocker has pooled together his pearls of wisdom for new book Me, Inc., in which he shares the business advice that has seen him become a huge success. Money is important to Gene, and he suggests people shouldn't get hitched until they are financially stable. "Women should not marry young men because they don't have money yet and they can't support you. The first thing you need is money," Gene shared with FOX411. "The smart move if you are going to have a child, have one, it's viable. "If you're a man, why not wait till your mid-30s or 40s to get married? Women who are young and see a young, good looking man think they see a man but really he's a 14-year-old horny boy. He's young, dumb and full of c*m. He can't understand what you're saying." The 65-year-old also shared his scathing views on those who receive government handouts without working for them. Instead of just taking, he suggests working for that money in the local community. Gene - along with Kiss bandmates Paul Stanley, Eric Singer and Tommy Thayer - has enjoyed fame the world over, which in turn has generated a lot of cash for the men. However, the long-haired singer never turned to any vices while riding the wave of success, as he saw it as a waste of money. "Becoming a drug addict or alcoholic is very expensive, forget about the health risks. I'm not your mommy shaking my finger in front of you. I'm just saying these decisions will cost you a lot of money," he expressed. "Every day above ground will either cost you money or make you money and you are your own limited liability corporation if you will. "You have to make much more money than you spend. You have to have a long range plan. Life is like carbs. They taste so good and it's so easy to take in, like money is so easy to spend, but you're going to become one fat b*****d before you know it unless you control yourself." Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  3. Satya Nadella now says he was wrong to say that women shouldn't ask for a raise. New Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has apologized for his controversial comments this week about women in the workforce where he said women don't need to ask for a raise, but should instead place their faith in the system to pay them well. Nadella faced a wave of criticism through social media in the wake of these comments, and now says he was wrong to make them in the first place. Per CBS News, Nadella was asked during a presentation this week at the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing event what advice he would give to women who felt uncomfortable seeking a raise. He said: "It's not really about asking for the raise, but knowing and having faith that the system will actually give you the right raises as you go along." Nadella went on to say that not asking for a raise is "good karma" that would eventually lead a manager to see that the employee is trustworthy and capable of taking on more responsibility. But in a memo shared on Microsoft's website, Nadella said he was "completely wrong" to make these comments. He added that he "wholeheartedly" supports programs inside Microsoft and across the industry that help bring more women into the technology field and in turn close the pay gap that exists in the tech space between men and women. "I believe men and women should get equal pay for equal work," he added in his statement. "And when it comes to career advice on getting a raise when you think it's deserved, [presenter Maria Klawe]'s advice was the right advice. If you think you deserve a raise, you should just ask." In closing, Nadella said he was happy to attend the event, and that he "certainly learned a valuable lesson." Microsoft released an internal diversity report earlier this week that showed that 29 percent of the company's global workforce are women, which represents a 5 percent year-over-year increase. Nadella was named Microsoft CEO in February, becoming the company's third chief executive. He follows in the footsteps of Microsoft icons Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  4. If you’re the kind of moviegoer that gets rankled by casual references to Youtube, Facebook and Twitter in films then Jason Reitman’s upcoming drama Men, Women and Children is probably going to be a bit of a minefield. Based on the novel of the same name by Chad Kultgen, Men, Women and Children explores the ways in which the growth of the internet and social media has changed the way that families interact. After all, teens who want to learn about sex or self-image can now turn to their smartphones with far greater ease than talking to their own parents. Men, Women and Children is now set to premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival 2014 in September, with a limited theatrical release scheduled for October 3rd followered by a wider release on October 17th. In addition to this news comes the first teaser trailer for Men, Women and Children, which stars Adam Sandler, Emma Thompson, Rosemarie DeWitt, Jennifer Garner and Judy Greer amongits principle cast. The trailer overlays the physical world with the digital world as the various characters in the ensemble confess things in cyberspace that they don’t dare to say out loud. It’s definitely a drama made for the year 2014, and Men, Women and Children could either end up becoming very dated or only becoming more relevant as time goes on. Check out a couple of official stills from the movie below. The young stars of Men, Women and Children pictures above are Ansel Elgort and Kaitlyn Dever. Elgort played the male lead in this summer’s romantic tearjerker The Fault in Our Stars, played Tommy Ross in the recent remake of Carrie, and appeared in a supporting role in the latest young adult sci-fi franchise starter Divergent. Dever has a regular role in Tim Allen sitcom Last Man Standing, and also starred in the highly acclaimed drama Short Term 12 last year. Reitman himself co-wrote the screenplay for Men, Women and Children with Erin Cressida Wilson (Chloe), and although this teaser isn’t particularly engaging the director’s past work definitely make this new drama worth checking out. Reitman is known for blending comedy and drama well with films like Juno, Thank You For Smoking and Young Adult, and Men, Women and Children certainly has a premise that’s worth exploring. Men, Women and Children will receive a limited release on October 3rd, 2014, followed by a wider release on October 17th.