Sexismus bei Riot Games - Schwere Vorwürfe gegen League-of-Legends-Entwickler. Bei den Machern von League of Legends herrsche eine. Beim "League of Legends"-Hersteller Riot Games gehörte Sexismus zur Unternehmenskultur. Frauen verdienten in dem US-Unternehmen. Seit einigen Wochen gibt es Berichte über Probleme mit der Firmenkultur bei Riot Games, dem Studio hinter League of Legends. Nun hat das.
Riot Games: Sexismus im Büro der LoL-Macher laut Mitarbeitern Gang und GäbeOriginal: Seit über einem Jahr steht das Unternehmen Riot Games (League of Legends) im Fokus von Sexismus-Anschuldigungen und einer. Eine Sammelklage gegen Riot Games soll außergerichtlich geeinigt werden: Der LoL-Entwickler soll seinen Mitarbeiterinnen 10 Millionen. Weit verbreiteter Sexismus bei Riot Games? Die Macher von League of Legends stehen gerade in heftiker Kritik.
Riot Sexismus Navigation menu VideoSEXISM AT RIOT?! Oh My Riot definition is - a violent public disorder; specifically: a tumultuous disturbance of the public peace by three or more persons assembled together and acting with a common intent. Riot Games “ League of Legends ” developer Riot Games apologized to its employees, fans, and partners on Wednesday and vowed to change a company culture some employees say is sexist. Earlier this. Riot Games Sexism Controversy refers to a series of allegations of sexual harassment and sex discrimination at the video game developer Riot Games, the makers of popular the eSports video game League of Legends. The company has since stated that they will look into the allegations and work to make their workplace more inclusive. Riot Games And Sexism, One Year Later By Cecilia D'Anastasio on at PM In the year since Kotaku ’s investigation into sexism at Riot Games, the 2,person company behind League of. Die Sexismus-Klage gegen League-of-Legends-Publisher Riot Games ist noch nicht vom Tisch. Statt 10 Millionen US-Dollar könnte das Unternehmen vor einer Zahlung von Millionen US-Dollar stehen. Außerdem steht der Vorwurf rechtswidriger Absprachen im Raum.
Thanks to his passive and his W, Mordekaiser can give and take a beating. While other roles gain gold and experience from the minions that march tirelessly down their lanes, the jungler dwells in the forests between lanes, gaining power from neutral monsters that confer powerful buffs.
As well as slaughtering the local fauna, jungle champions are responsible for major objectives like Baron and the Dragons.
Then there's ganking—diving into lane to ambush opponents. A successful gank often comes down to good timing, but you can improve your odds by picking a character with good crowd-control and mobility.
Vi excels at both: use her to dash into lane with Vault Breaker before unleashing Assault and Battery. The Blind Monk is a difficult League of Legends champion to master.
The payoff is significant, however, as Lee Sin is one of the most effective early-game junglers. He's adept at clearing camps, ganking, and even counter-jungling his opposite number.
Ekko requires preparation for effective ganking, but he offers impressive damage and potent CC if you can get everything lined up. His ultimate makes him relatively low-risk, as he's able to dive under a tower before rewinding back to safety.
The mid lane has traditionally been dominated by high-damage mages, although a few blade-wielding assassins also call the lane home. Twisted Fate has a number of tricks up his sleeve with just one ability: Pick a Card.
His ultimate, Destiny, teleports him across the map, making it easy for him to roam other lanes. Annie is an easy-to-learn Burst mage, whose strength is stunning opponents before obliterating them with fire magic.
Transphobia can include fear, aversion, hatred, violence, anger, or discomfort felt or expressed towards people who do not conform to social gender expectations.
Child victims of transphobia experience harassment , school bullying , and violence in school , foster care , and social programs. Adult victims experience public ridicule , harassment including misgendering, taunts , threats of violence , robbery, and false arrest ; many feel unsafe in public.
A high percentage report being victims of sexual violence. Some are refused healthcare or suffer workplace discrimination , including being fired for being transgender, or feel under siege by conservative political or religious groups who oppose laws to protect them.
They also suffer discrimination from some people within the movement for the rights of gender and sexual minorities.
Besides the increased risk of violence and other threats, the stress created by transphobia can cause negative emotional consequences which may lead to substance abuse , running away from home in minors , and a higher rate of suicide.
In the Western world , there have been gradual changes towards the establishment of policies of non-discrimination and equal opportunity. The trend is also taking shape in developing nations.
In addition, campaigns regarding the LGBT community are being spread around the world to improve social acceptance of nontraditional gender identities.
The "Stop the Stigma" campaign by the UN is one such development. The word transphobia is a classical compound patterned on the term homophobia.
Along with lesbophobia , biphobia and homophobia , transphobia is a member of the family of terms used when intolerance and discrimination is directed toward LGBT people.
Transphobia is not a phobia as defined in clinical psychology i. Its meaning and usage parallels xenophobia.
The adjectival form transphobic may be used to describe a transphobe or their actions. The words transphobia and transphobic were added to the Oxford English Dictionary in Transfeminist theorist and author Julia Serano argues in her book Whipping Girl that transphobia is rooted in sexism , and locates the origins of both transphobia and homophobia in what she calls "oppositional sexism", the belief that male and female are "rigid, mutually exclusive categories, each possessing a unique and nonoverlapping set of attributes, aptitudes, abilities, and desires".
Serano contrasts oppositional sexism with "traditional sexism", the belief that males and masculinity are superior to females and femininity.
Furthermore, she writes that transphobia is fueled by insecurities people have about gender and gender norms. Other transgender rights authors argue that a significant part of the oppositional sexist origin of transphobia, and especially of the forms that incite violence towards transsexual people, is linked to psychological claims of difference between male sexuality and female sexuality in the brain's protection mechanisms from committing sex crimes.
These authors argue that the assumption that men's acceptable sexuality is based on category-specific sexual arousal while women's acceptable sexual behavior is said to be due to lower sex drive and especially higher sexual inhibitions causes allegations that transsexual people have neither safety system in the brain and are sex criminals, and recommend information about flaws in studies that claim to show such sex differences including the possibility that fear of being alleged to be inappropriately sexually aroused may deter more men than women from taking part in sexual arousal studies as a remedy.
Transgender author and critic Jody Norton believes that transphobia is an extension of homophobia and misogyny. She argues that transgender people, like gays and lesbians, are hated and feared for challenging and undermining gender norms and the gender binary.
Norton writes that the "male-to-female transgender incites transphobia through her implicit challenge to the binary division of gender upon which male cultural and political hegemony depends".
The related concept of cissexism also termed cisgenderism , cisnormativity or cissexual assumption , occasionally used synonymously with transphobia is the appeal to norms that enforce the gender binary and gender essentialism , resulting in the oppression of gender variant , non-binary , and transgender identities.
Harassment and violence directed against transgender people is often called trans bashing , and can be physical, sexual or verbal.
Whereas gay bashing is directed against a target's real or perceived sexual orientation , trans bashing is directed against the target's real or perceived expressed gender identity.
The term has also been applied to hate speech directed at transgender people  and to depictions of transgender people in the media that reinforce negative stereotypes about them.
Transprejudice is a term similar to transphobia, and refers to the negative valuing, stereotyping, and discriminatory treatment of individuals whose appearance or identity does not conform to current social expectations or conventional conceptions of gender.
Transgender people are often excluded from entitlements or privileges reserved for people whose gender identity they share, but whose sex they do not.
It is very common, for example, for transgender women to be stopped or questioned when they use public bathrooms designated for women. Transgender individuals are at increased risk for experiencing aggression and violence throughout their life when compared to cis non-transgender individuals.
Even more so when it comes to sexual violence. More so, that one, or multiple kinds of abuse are likely to take place throughout a transgender person's life.
As homophobia and transphobia are correlated, many trans people experience homophobia and heterosexism ; this is due to people who associate trans people's gender identity with homosexuality , or because trans people may also have a sexual orientation that is non-heterosexual.
According to the American Psychological Association , transgender children are more likely than other children to experience harassment and violence in school, foster care, residential treatment centers, homeless centers and juvenile justice programs.
Three-quarters report having felt unsafe. As adults, transgender people are frequently subjected to ridicule, stares, taunting and threats of violence, even when just walking down the street or walking into a store.
When asked if they had ever been forced to have sex, experienced violence in their home, or been physically abused, the majority answered yes to each question.
In , researcher Rebecca L. Stotzer published an article in Aggression and Violent Behavior that compiled information from numerous studies reporting violence against transgender people.
Perpetrators of physical violence against transgender people are reported to have been influenced by negative attitudes against transgender people, many of whom do not report their assault to the police.
Misgendering is the act of labelling others with a gender that does not match their gender identity. It ordinarily takes the form of a person using pronouns to describe someone that are not the ones they use,   calling a person "ma'am" or "sir" in contradiction to the person's gender identity,  using a pre-transition name for someone instead of a post-transition one  called " deadnaming " ,   or insisting that a person must adhere to the roles or norms assigned to their sex rather than the ones that align with their gender identity; for example, using a bathroom designated for males even though the person identifies as female.
The experience of being misgendered is common for all transgender people before they transition, and for many afterwards as well. Transgender people depend largely on the medical profession to receive not only hormone replacement therapy , but also vital care.
In one case, Robert Eads died of ovarian cancer after being refused treatment by more than two dozen doctors.
Another example of this is the case of Tyra Hunter. Hunter was involved in an automobile accident, and when rescue workers discovered she was transgender, they backed away and stopped administering treatment.
She later died in a hospital. In many European countries, laws require that any transgender person who wishes to change their legal gender must first be sterilized.
Transphobia also manifests itself in the workplace. Some transgender people lose their jobs when they begin to transition.
A study from Willamette University stated that a transgender person fired for following the recommended course of treatment rarely wins it back through federal or state statutes.
In the hiring process, discrimination may be either open or covert, with employers finding other ostensible reasons not to hire a candidate or just not informing prospective employees at all as to why they are not being hired.
Additionally, when an employer fires or otherwise discriminates against a transgender employee, it may be a "mixed motive" case, with the employer openly citing obvious wrongdoing, job performance issues or the like such as excessive tardiness, for example while keeping silent in regards to transphobia.
Employment discrimination on the basis of gender identity and expression is illegal in the United States.
Such discrimination is outlawed by specific legislation in the State of New Jersey and might be in other states as it is in the states of California, Illinois, Maine, Minnesota, New Mexico and Washington or city ordinances; additionally, it is covered by case law in some other states.
For example, Massachusetts is covered by cases such as Lie vs. Sky Publishing Co. Honey Farms. Several other states and cities prohibit such discrimination in public employment.
Sweden and the United Kingdom has also legislated against employment discrimination on the grounds of gender identity. Sometimes, however, employers discriminate against transgender employees in spite of such legal protections.
As an example of a high-profile employment-related court case unfavorable to transgender people, in the southern U. Management argued that this hurt Winn-Dixie's corporate image.
Sometimes transgender people facing employment discrimination turn to sex work to survive ,  placing them at additional risk of such things as encountering troubles with the law, including arrest and criminal prosecution; enduring workplace violence; and possibly contracting sexually transmitted diseases such as HIV.
The transgender community faces huge amount of employment discrimination due to their gender identity, and there are very few laws that protect the employment rights of this community.
It results in limited career options for the transgender community leaving them economically vulnerable. A study conducted by Anneliese Singh and Vel McKleroy on transgender people of color revealed that difficulty finding a job or losing a job due to transphobia in workplace resulted in some of the transgender people living in crime-ridden neighborhoods, and getting involved in abusive relationships.
Transgender people also face the denial of right of asylum or inhuman treatment in process of asylum-seeking. For example, Fernada Milan, a transgender woman from Guatemala was placed in an asylum center for males in Denmark and while there, was raped by several men.
She was in danger of deportation into Guatemala where transgender people have no rights and face possible execution, but has since been granted entry.
Transgender disenfranchisement is the practice of creating or upholding barriers that keep transgender individuals from voting and therefore restrict the principles of universal suffrage.
Within the school system, many transgender teens are harassed and mistreated with reported negative effects on both victim and the school's population in general.
A study done on Canadian High School students between December and June illustrated how the LGBTQ students feel unsafe at the school, and are exposed to insults and discrimination by their peers and sometimes even by their teachers.
Most of the administrators and educators are unaware about the extent of damage that has been caused to the transgender students on account of underestimating the gravity of transphobia in their schools.
In North America, organizations associated with the Christian right , including the American Family Association , Family Research Council , Focus on the Family , National Association for Research and Therapy of Homosexuality , believe that " transgenderism " is unnatural and that transgender people are and remain their birth sex.
Rhiana as Michaela Chernoch Amy Sturdivant Kesha Nikita Bogolyubov Semyon Chris Rueckert Fedor Beni Alexander Edit Storyline Police officer, Jack Stone purposefully orchestrates a robbery in order to be thrown into a prison where a notorious Russian criminal is.
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