10 Things I Liked Enough to Show You: 5–11 March 2016

Enoki mushrooms!

Enoki mushrooms!

  1. These five tips for reporting in Indigenous communities are an important read even if you're not a journalist.
  2. Men's lack of professional boundaries are keeping women from excelling in the sciences.
  3. There is no such thing as an average person, which is comforting, and it explains why you can't successfully design for the average user.
  4. I am amused by Loser.com, because I am sometimes a low person.
  5. Cis privilege is a thing, and here are over 130 examples of what that means.
  6. When I was a kid, I lay awake at night worrying about nuclear war with Russia, and now I get to lie awake worrying about how hot the planet's getting. And maybe still Russia.
  7. One of feminism's biggest problems is that it ignores black people.
  8. This wild penguin lives most of the year, when it's not mating season, with the man who saved his life.
  9. If you've ever wondered why women don't report sexual assaults, here's an example that outlines a number of the roadblocks that exist for us.
  10. Since the livelihood of men in the tech industry relies on them not understanding or admitting to the gender bias from which they benefit, it's no surprise that most of them deny that gender bias exists in tech.