Comments (21)
sorted by:
You're viewing a single comment thread. View all comments, or full comment thread.
Galean [S] 17 points ago +18 / -1

Activision Blizzard also highlighted their various changes regarding personnel, which included dedicating further resources to ‘Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion’ initiatives and the hirings of new Chief People Officer Julie Hodges and Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer Kristen Hines, the latter of whom is taksed with bringing “diverse and inclusive perspectives” to various elements of the company’s game designs, including “storylines, character development, gameplay and community interaction”.

If the findings are to be believed, big IF, then it was a hit job. An acceleration toward woke and make it easier for microsoft to buy them.

Also to note that Chief People Officer and Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer are both women. So far it looks like a hit job done by feminists.

NoGardE 5 points ago +5 / -0

Having worked there for 5 years, some of it during the period in question, I do believe this specific finding. The company was full of awkward nerds being awkward around any pretty (or even just non-ugly) girls, but there were very few creeps, and almost all of them were male feminists who got themselves promptly fired for sexual harassment.