It’s not the process, it’s the outcome.

/It’s not the process, it’s the outcome.

Perhaps because we keep missing the end of “inclusion of those historically under-represented” we fall into these holes of “inclusion is including everybody” […]

When we’re not specific about what we’re doing and why, it allows people to claim “not included” when what they truly mean is “I am uncomfortable with this hack [including historically underrepresented minorities] that now makes this environment feel less designed by and for me“.

cate on hacking inclusion.

This is about professional tech spaces, but see also every white dude whinging about video games, SFF, university campuses, comic books, sports commentating, housing laws, et cetera, et cetera, ad infinitum

2018-02-20T10:18:22+00:002nd August, 2018|Tags: culture|