The Verge - Gaming can’t fix its abuse problem one person at a time.
Thanks Neutronbeam. "It’s true that some individuals accused of harassment or assault have
experienced consequences. But removing perpetrators one by one after they
have caused harm neither undoes that harm nor prevents its wider spread in
the future. Individuals create their own behavior, yet they are not the only
ones responsible for it. Only a system that enables abuse can allow so many
offenders to flourish across the industry. The only way to solve this
problem is for the people in charge to admit the truth: that they have
failed to protect their colleagues by instead protecting abusers and
creating toxic workplaces. And so many of the video games on the market have
an unseen feature in the trauma of those who made them."