The Angsty Feminists in Tech Initiative

The Angsty Feminists in Tech Initiative is a web project made for and by feminists in tech. Our feminism is intersectional. We celebrate and recognise that we are standing on the shoulders of giants, the activists that came before us, whose work led to the rights for us to work, vote, have a voice, and retain our human dignity.

We do not tolerate prejudice, discrimination, or hate speech that is sexist, racist, classist, ableist, homo/bi/trans/queerphobic, or discriminatory based on religion. We champion active inclusion of our most vulnerable and oppressed communities.


Meet the underdog pioneers of computer science and technology whose work have shaped our world as we know it, and whose faces mirror our very own. See our history through their accomplishments and contributions.

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Some External Resources

The Ping-Pong Theory of Tech Sexism

A true (illustrated) story about the insidious ways sexism appears in the workplace when you're a woman working in a male-dominated environment.

Not a Tech Bro, but Not a Tech Lady

A queer nonbinary South Asian dreams of intersectionality in tech.

Kimberlé Crenshaw on intersectionality: “I wanted to come up with an everyday metaphor that anyone could use”

A interview with Kimberlé Crenshaw, the creator of the term/theory of "intersectionality".

This Teacher Taught His Class A Powerful Lesson About Privilege

A teacher offers a great starting point for understanding privilege with a hand's on demonstration of privilege and social mobility.

More than a Woman: The Intersections of Gender, Race, and Sexual Orientation

A video panel that explores multiple layers of marginalisation.