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Old 05-05-2012, 04:47 PM   #41
jessicalynn
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Sexism and over generalization....alive and well.

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Originally Posted by ApK View Post
How 'bout that. That always surprises me on forums, when the user name isn't decidedly gender-identifiable....
Soo...on forums you just assume everyone is a man unless their handle makes it clear they're a lady? Really?

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Originally Posted by b0rsuk View Post
Girls at my local fantasy/SF club keep praising the books about Honor Harrington, by David Weber. Female protagonist.

Girls/women tend to dislike technical topics and science, so you're really looking for space opera, not hard SF.
Seriously?
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Originally Posted by Elfwreck View Post
"Sci-fi that appeals to women" is a drastically different category from "sci-fi that appeals to people who don't normally read sci-fi."
AGREED.
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