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We have developed an accessible online library of female, trans, and non-binary game designers, developers, artists, and all of their work, to promote diversity In 2019, the US reported 46% of its gaming population were women while 75% of game developers worldwide were men. and proper representation of its market.

Sophitia is a character from the famous fighting game franchise, "Soulcalibur". Although Sophitia is a fighter, her armor seems to be slowly vanishing over the years.

Sexualization can exist in the gaming world, but it should come with effort and purpose.

Soul Edge (artwork)
Soulcalibur I (artwork)
Soulcalibur II (artwork)
Soulcalibur III (artwork)
Soulcalibur Legends (artwork)
Soulcalibur Lost Swords (artwork)
Soulcalibur VI (in-game screenshot)

Featuring this week Sophitia

We have dedicated a timeline page where you can be the judge of the progressions, or deteriorations of the different characters we will be featuring each month.

What should change? Let's paint a new direction.

Interviews with Industry Experts

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β€œIt was like every day somebody was touching me or saying something about my appearance,” Pixel said of her experience first moving to Portland, Oregon, which served as an inspiration to the game ...

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Brie Code
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In 2015, Canadian programmer and CEO of TRU LUV Brie Code noticed a gap in the games market. After having spent almost eight years at Ubisoft as an AI programmer, Code – and yes, that is her real surname ...

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Kim Swift
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Kim Swift made her name in the games industry with her first game. Portal became an instant classic, and launched her career. After working on the Left 4 Dead series, she left Valve and joined Airtight Games ...

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Liz England
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Liz England is a game designer at Insomniac Games. She has degrees in English Literature and Interactive Media. Over the past six years she has worked on titles such as Saints Row 2, Scribblenauts and ...

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