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Anita Sarkeesian’s latest Feminist Frequency project, Tropes Vs Women in Video Games, aims to examine patterns in depicting female characters in gaming. The three-part video series profiles dozens of popular video games, revealing striking tropes in their representation of women and, as it often turns out, sexuality.

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