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A quick look at the list of committers shows a lot of manly faces, at least for those that have have a picture. We need more women!

Proposal: Parenting

  • If it was not clear, I meant that I didn't see any womenly faces... – bangnab Jan 28 '11 at 10:11
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    I can change my avatar to suit your desires. – Marco Ceppi Jan 28 '11 at 13:31
  • Well, there is a cooking SE... – Nobody Mar 31 '11 at 15:00
  • men can be parents too... – user34666 Aug 18 '11 at 2:55
  • @repecmps: and I am one, but I still think that more female contributions could only improve the overall quality of the site. – bangnab Aug 18 '11 at 8:20
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moms4mom has plenty of mothers - have you talked to them about merging?

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    It started out as a site for moms, but quickly changed when a bunch of dads showed up and wanted to participate. See moms4mom.com/dads for the whole story – Scott Whitlock Feb 8 '11 at 23:38
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It's not uncommon for women to avoid making their gender known on the internet, in order to avoid unwanted harassment.

There may well be more women than can be "seen".

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Mrs DaveShaw will most likely join, but is a bit befuddled by the Area 51 side of stuff.

Once it get's a Beta I'll send her in ;)

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It might be a tech barrier thing. My women friends weren't the ones who directed me to Stack Exchange. I wonder what their user stats are?

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Also take into account that originaly SE has some programming related subjects covered and although I can only speak for the context in which I live (Mexico) but i haven't met many females tech-oriented enough to use the main/original/first sites of the stack exchange network which makes it a little bit harder (also i must admit that the few i have met are really skilled)

  • I may not be a parent but having experienced the good things stack exchange can bring i would really like it for when i take such step – jclozano Dec 20 '11 at 5:47

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