GTFO: Get the F**k Out
Women in Gaming

Collective Eye Films
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Daniel

interesting topic, but it is unwatchable...

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Adam

This documentary was a good highlight at the INSANE misogyny that exists within the gaming world. The film could have had another segment that focused on the only door left for women in gaming is to be "one of the guys," that is to have to either accept and approve the sexism and/or pander to ...Read more

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Darien

As a guy who plays games, I recommend other guys to watch this. It's not as one-sided as you might expect, give it a chance. It's worth your time.

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Anna

Great documentary for both gamers and non-gamers exploring the world of gaming through the various perspectives of women. Sheds light on women's experiences particularly with sexual harassment and the lack of female representation among gamers and developers. I greatly enjoyed the 8-bit ...Read more

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Olivia

As one of the female gamers said in this film, in gaming when women and men are on a level playing field because physicality is no longer a factor, then the only thing in battle is the brain which is a scary thing for some, particularly misogynists.
These are brave women doing what they ...Read more

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