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And really, I don't really need to spend my life fixing people's computers for them, but on the one hand there's that side of it, you know.
On the other hand, I wouldn't be where I am if I were a man, to be honest. I wouldn't be writing columns for I wouldn't be considered just like a rare and interesting... So I am where I am because I'm a woman and that's just the way it is.
But I think that yeah, television is different, and they want a show with a man and a woman.
They're looking around for a woman who knows a lot about video games, and they're looking and looking and looking and then they come across me.
In this , I'll be publishing an interview with a different woman every day.
I just think realistically, in television, they're thinking, "We're going to have better ratings if we put a cute girl up there." And I think they got lucky and they found a woman who really actually knows about video games and likes them because television's default is just going to be to find the "cute" woman, and not really care [what she knows]. Which is fine, which is totally respectable, but I wouldn't have my own TV show.
Multiplayer: Do you feel people have different expectations of you because you're a woman?
From extreme and public cases, such as the recent sexualized comic about "Assassin's Creed" producer Jade Raymond to even subtle instances where male developers overlook me to speak to my male associates, I've noticed that women gamers are viewed and treated differently from (and by) their male counterparts.
But this is nothing new, and people have talked about it before.