After our enchanting trip to ancient Greece, we are returning to the hard reality of non-fiction with Caroline Criado Perez’ Invisible Women: Data Bias in a World Designed for Men.
She argues that the world we all inhabit is designed with a male-default point of view which puts women at a severe disadvantage. The Guardian published an excellent overview in case you need more convincing to pick it up:
Invisible Women by Caroline Criado Perez - a world designed for men
From the 'one-size-fits-men' approach to smartphone design to the medical trials that are putting women's lives at risk…
This time the discussion will be in English, as there is no German version of the book yet. Pick it up on Amazon or order it at your favorite local book shop.
We meet on Tuesday, June 11th, 7pm at our diesdas.digital office (Oranienstraße 6, 10997 Berlin).
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Happy reading and see you in June! 🙏📚✨
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