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I ask some tough questions about women in video games! You provide the answers! It's a discussion with you - and it starts here!
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With your funding, we'll look at the female characters in video games, the women who make video games, and the women who play video games. This is a discussion, not a lecture! Lady Bits will ask the questions and provide the information. Then you'll determine your own answers.

No stress, no judgments, no accusations.  A series about a fun hobby should reflect that fun, and a series that looks at games should be hosted, written, and produced by a gamer.  Need proof?  Here's my gamer, comedy, and journalism cred:

(Thanks to J. Harper for the dossier template)
(Thanks to J. Harper for the dossier template)

For an extended bio, check out the that tab!

For a sense of the tone of the show, check out the videos on this Kickstarter page.  You won't find many shows hosted by a woman who's won accolades in video game reporting, TV production, and comedy!  I do all my own writing, research and editing.  My husband does lighting and cameras.

We plan to launch this series in Fall 2017.  Each episode will be 20 - 30 minutes long.  Episodes will be released monthly, more frequently if stretch goals are met.  I learned while making Gamer's Guide to Feminism that a few weeks gap between shows helps people stay current, but too much time between episodes can be seen as disrespectful to backers.  The Episodes will be made available on YouTube - specific channel, TBA - in 720p.  Backers of $25 or more will get access to downloadable 1080p versions in case you want to watch on bigger screens.  The first six episodes will tackle these questions... 

Is The Lara Croft Reboot Truly More Feminist? - Yeah, her boobs are smaller, but what about the rest of it? Let's take a look beyond bra size.

Where’s the Line Between Sexist Moments and a Sexist Game? - It's easy to point out sexist moments, but since video games are about choice, do those moments actually reflect the overall tone of a game? And is making a game actively "pro-women" a form of benevolent sexism? 

Should Game Developers Care About Complaints of Sexism? - Games in the Grand Theft Auto series sell incredibly well despite their bad reputation. If it doesn't hurt the bottom line, should people who make games care if they offend people? 

How Do Games Benefit From Having Women On The Development Team? - The common refrain is that the most qualified person should get the job. But what does it mean to be qualified when we're still not sure about so many aspects of how to make games? Does a qualified dev team need both men and women on it? 

How important IS a female playable character? - Counting female playable characters is generally seen as a way to judge the treatment of women in games. But how important is the playable character in the context of an entire game? Are other characters sometimes more important to a game's tone and message? 

What’s Healthy Sexuality and What’s Sexually Objectifying? - This is something of an "I know it when I see it" obscenity test. Is there a definable line between sexy and sexually objectifying? 

BONUS - backers who pledge $50 or more will get access to a special bonus episode looking at how we make video games more accessible and inclusive, instead of just more politicized.

These questions don’t come with easy answers, and that’s precisely the point.  This show is about starting a conversation, not acting like I have it all figured out!

(Note: This project is in CANADIAN DOLLARS. Right now, $1 CDN is $0.73 USD, so a $25 pledge will cost you under $19 USD.  $50 CDN is under $37 USD.  Keep this in mind when deciding how much to back!)

I’m asking for base funding of $16,500 to cover the costs of production, which includes research, writing, designing & building a set, production/post-production equipment purchases or upgrades, hiring designers for more polished graphics & logos and commissioning some original music.

The per-episode cost of the original six episodes plus the bonus show works out to $2000 CDN an episode (under $1500 USD), plus fees and contingencies, which will mean better production values than I can usually manage on YouTube, while still being extremely cost effective.

I also want to offer a small honorarium to providers of game footage I can’t capture myself. If you have an older game system and are interested in contributing classic footage (with credit), please send me a message.

There are also a few physical backer incentives that also have to be produced.  These incentives have been kept to under 10% of their attached funding tiers.

 I have lots of ideas for extras if we exceed the base funding.  Here are the first few.  More will be added if necessary!  (Here's hoping!)

Stretch goal #1: $25,000 - More Episodes! At this level of funding I can stretch a buck further. The set and equipment upgrades will already be done, so the cost per episode will go down to $1700 CDN. I’ll be able to look at these additional six questions: 

What Were Women In Gaming Doing In The 1980s? - The popular idea is that women are newcomers to video games. But some women were making games in the 1980s. We’ll take a look at their contributions together. 

What Were Women In Gaming Doing In The 1990s? - From the Nintendo Generation to Mortal Kombat fans to the female developers of that era, we’ll look at how women contributed to the growth of the industry after the Atari crash, and as the original PlayStation ushered in the era of 3D video games. 

What Were Women In Gaming Doing In The 2000s? - With the rise of the dude-bro First Person Shooter era came the stereotype that video games are for slacker guys. Have women’s accomplishments and contributions been downplayed? And if so, why? 

What the Heck Is Character Agency When The Whole Game Is A Toy?  - Character agency is a literary concept that video game critics have borrowed. One theory is that Princess Peach is the ball in a game between Mario and Bowser, but Peach, Mario and Bowser are all balls; that is, they’re components of a complex, abstract toy in digital form. This episode explores the limits of character agency in the context of video games, where, unlike in linear media, the player expects some say in the way a game progresses. 

Is Misogyny In Games Always Bad? - Films like Mad Max and books-turned-TV series like The Handmaid’s Tale are loaded with a fear and hatred of women so that their female characters have something to fight against. Are video games getting comparatively unfair scrutiny for the misogynist content in some games? Can misogyny have a place in interactive storytelling that doesn’t harm anyone? 

Is The Damsel In Distress Trope Really So Bad? - This episode looks at the origins and history of the damsel in distress, and challenges popular opinion that “damseling” a character is inherently bad. Since there’s no male equivalent, is this aversion to an admittedly overused plot device unfairly restricting the inclusion of female characters? Can some games use the trope to tell stories that ultimately affirm the women in them? 

Stretch Goal #2 - $31,500: 4K Series 

This additional funding will allow us to purchase a 4K camera, meaning the entire series can be produced in 4K. A series in 4K can be shopped to cable and streaming services looking for 4K content.

 Stretch Goal #3 - $36,000: Travel 

The current Canadian/US currency exchange rate makes travel to the US extremely expensive. This funding level allows us to add one trip for two people to collect interviews for the series. If there are funds left over after the first trip, it will be applied to additional travel.

Stretch Goal #4 - $40,000: Part-Time Assistant Contract 

At this funding level, we can hire a part-time project assistant to assist with bookings, project coordination, and other behind-the-scenes work for a couple of months. This will help speed up game captures, guest bookings, general inquiries, responding to email queries, and other day to day operations that suck up a lot of time.

 Stretch Goal #5 - $50,000: Accelerated Production Timeline 

This is what it will really cost to do this show properly as a truly full-time endeavour. At this funding level we can produce an episode every 2 weeks instead of every month, as well as increase the amount of original game capture and graphics. 

Additional episodes and add-ons are planned if we surpass this amount.  These add-ons include accessibility elements like described video and closed captioning that I would absolutely love to add, but we need to be able to afford them, or have the services donated.

These numbers may seem big, but they’re very achievable if you embrace the idea that you can help make the dialogue about women in video games more positive. If every regular viewer of my YouTube videos gives just twenty-five bucks, this thing is funded! And if everyone who’s watched one of my Gamer’s Guide to Feminism videos gives twenty-five bucks… we’ve got our $50,000. 

 

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You get to be part of setting the record straight about what gamers really think and feel about these issues. You can help send a clear message that gamers believe that being a gamer has nothing to do with gender or anything else like that. A gamer loves games. Really loves games. That's all. 

To symbolize this group effort, everyone who backs $10 or more will get their name or pseudonym put somewhere on the Lady Bits set to show the world that gamers do care, we are supportive, and we can handle a respectful discussion as long as negative stereotypes aren't being rammed down our throats.  

Most of the other incentives involve access and inclusion, because if you’re anything like me, you really don’t care about extras that don’t directly involve the project. I also wanted to make sure that my very small team’s efforts were focused on actually making the show instead of producing and mailing out a bunch of swag.

Things like physical DVDs and t-shirts were added to certain funding tiers thanks to feedback from fans of Gamer’s Guide to Feminism, but overall I think that your financial investment should be just that: an investment. 

Instead of financial profits, I’m offering the opportunity to be involved. You can nominate a game you love for inclusion. Suggest developers to talk to. And be part of surveys and feedback sessions that will be used in the series. 

However, if there’s huge interest in other physical incentives, I can add them. Games are interactive, so I want this process to be interactive too. 

Here's what you get at the various funding tiers.

That's probably too small to read on smaller screens, so here's an expanded breakdown. (Note: Kickstarter does not allow editing of tiers in the sidebar.  In case of a discrepancy, the version on the above chart is the correct one)

$10 Backer Tier: You've Played Your Part!

You get your name somewhere on the Lady Bits set, and we'll send you a picture so you know where it is!

 $25 Early Bird Backer Tier: For Gamers By Gamers! (Limited to 1500)

You get the backers only episode at lower pledge tier.  If these sell out, we've funded the full 13 episodes!  These limited tiers are designed to stop people from waiting until the very end.  Think of it as a thank you for saving me stress.

You get:

- Your name on the set

- Access to the online blooper reel (likely featuring cats)

- Access to downloadable copies of every episode in full 1080p (4K upgrade if that stretch goal is met)

- Access to the backers only episode (in 1080p)

 $25 Basic Tier: Better Late Than Never!

Missed out on the early bird extras but still only have $25 to spend?  That's okay, you still get some goodies:

- Your name on set

- Access to the online blooper reel (likely featuring cats)  

- Access to downloadable copies of every episode in full 1080p (4K upgrade if that stretch goal is met)

 $50 Early Bird Tier: You Want Your Say! (SOLD OUT!)

This tier offers entry into the monthly online feedback sessions, access to polls, surveys, and other opportunities to have your say.  The number of these spots is restricted to keep the group to a manageable size.  Sessions will alternate times each month so that backers with different schedules, in different time zones, can participate. 

These sessions will be online chats through Google/Youtube that keep you informed about the progress of the project, but will also give you the chance to ask questions, make suggestions, and submit quotes.  If you're a great participant, you may even appear on the program!  Think about this as a sort of studio audience and focus group in one!

You also get a physical DVD copy of the show at this tier, as well as...

- Your name on the set  

- Access to the online blooper reel (likely featuring cats)  

- Access to downloadable copies of every episode in full 1080p (4K upgrade if that stretch goal is met)  

- Access to the backers only episode (in 1080p)

-Frank Cho Print

Cho Bits! (Frank Cho Exclusive Print)

To finish off the Kickstarter campaign in a big way, I'm adding a tier with a very exciting incentive! You will get all of the standard $50 reward goodies, PLUS, a limited edition print by comic book artist Frank Cho! (Note, backers at the $50 early bird tier will also get this incentive by default, as will all higher tiered pledges, so as not to penalize people for backing early.)

You also get:

- Your name on the set  

- Access to the online blooper reel (likely featuring cats)  

- Access to downloadable copies of every episode in full 1080p (4K upgrade if that stretch goal is met)  

- Access to the backers only episode (in 1080p)

- DVD Copy!

 $50 Basic Tier: Complete Content!

Early bird sold out?  You can still get all the content available!

- Your name on the set  

- Access to the online blooper reel (likely featuring cats)  

- Access to downloadable copies of every episode in full 1080p (4K upgrade if that stretch goal is met)  

- Access to the backers only episode (in 1080p)

- DVD copy

$75 Early Bird Replacement Tier - Patched!

This tier was added because the $50 early bird tier sold out so fast.  You get everything at the previous $50 tier, plus an embroidered patch with a design that will be voted on by the feedback community you get to be a part of!  Plus, you get a physical DVD copy of the show at this tier, as well as... 

 - Your name on the set 

 - Access to the online blooper reel (likely featuring cats) 

 - Access to downloadable copies of every episode in full 1080p (4K upgrade if that stretch goal is met) 

 - Access to the backers only episode (in 1080p)

- Frank Cho Print

 $100 Tier: Been There, Done That, Got The T-Shirt!

If you miss the $50 early bird, you can still get in on the online feedback sessions by backing at this tier.  And you get a t-shirt too!  One of the things the feedback sessions will help determine is the t-shirt design.

You also get all the incentives from lower tiers.

$125 Tier: All The Things!

A tier added for people who like stuff!  All the online stuff, plus the DVD, T-shirt, and embroidered patch.  Plus! Anything that's added as an incentive to a lower tier will be added to this tier as well.  It's the Lady Bits swag bag!  You know you want it!

 $500 Consulting Tier (Limited to 10)

All of the lower tier incentives, plus a consulting session. Got a project you want to make sure is female friendly?  Get a skilled, informed project review with you or your team (maximum of 2 hours of consult, plus time to review project). It doesn't have to be a video game. This reward is open to any type of project, barring an unforeseen conflict of interest or other ethical concern. In case of conflict, this money will be refunded, or you will be referred to another expert who has no conflict.

 $500 Personalized Video Tier: (Limited to 10)

This tier was added for those who want to make a big donation but don't have a project to consult on. You get your very own personal video from me, Momo and the other furballs, for a birthday, pick me up, get well soon, or other special occasion. (PG-Rated content only!)  You get all the $100 tier rewards too.

 If you want to see my last series, A Gamer's Guide To Feminism, the video below will take you to the playlist!

 Here are some nice things some fancy people have said about me:

Liana is never one to shy away from hot topics in the gaming industry and always offers a well-informed & logical viewpoint on the issue at hand!  

- Trisha Hershberger: Host, Producer, Writer, Discovery Communications

(Liana) is one of the most knowledgeable, insightful, and professional journalists I've had the pleasure of working with...someone who knows all corners of gaming, tech, or any realm of geekdom who can engage with wit and humor...  

- Erika Ishi: Host/Producer, GeekandSundry.com  

Liana Kerzner has a firm grasp of the issues surrounding gaming and social justice occurring in society today, and is able to communicate her views effectively and respectfully, even with people she doesn't agree with.

- Ashe Schow: Political columnist Washington Examiner/New York Observer  

Compassionate and insightful, (Liana) is unafraid to ask serious questions about the way we write and enjoy stories in gaming. Her knowledge and love for the industry comes out in her work again and again -- and it's infectious  

- Ana Valens: Games critic/contributor Killscreen.com DenofGeek.com Zeal.com  

Liana's a triple threat geek - she's scholar-smart, wicked witty, and fearless. I find myself exhausted trying to keep up with her.  

- Dr. Mike Perschon: Professor of Comparative Literature MacEwan University  

When it comes to the world of video games, Liana K is a fountain of knowledge and a huge advocate for the role of women in the industry. Her passion for the world of games is unparalleled. (Liana) has a deep intuitive sense of what this genre is all about from a uniquely female perspective who lives and breathes this genre.  

- Ellen Dubin: Voice actor, Fallout 4, Lego Star Wars, Skyrim, Elder Scrolls Online    

Liana was beyond a pleasure to work with, exceeding all expectations and delivering fantastic, well-written content that that client was impressed with. Working under such tight timelines did not affect Liana and she consistently delivered ahead of schedule – which is a hard thing to do in this industry. Aside from her wonderful work ethic, Liana’s work was thoughtful, engaging and well received by our target audience. The content performed well above industry standard and everyone was thrilled with the campaign. We are really looking forward to working with Liana again and anyone who has the privilege of getting to work with her is incredibly lucky.

- Deborah Gurofsky: Strategy & Innovation, Cue Digital Media

Meow.

- Momo: Cat

 I don't think you should give your money to a person who doesn't show you who they are.  I love animals and shoot my shows in my house.  Sometimes the cats wander into the shots and I go with it.  Gaming is a hobby that mostly happens in people's homes. Involvement of pets reflects that. If people get huffy because the videos have cats, I'm not sure they're really going to get the overall experiment of keeping things chill.

I wanted the Kickstarter to reflect what people can expect from the finished series.  This has been a part of my videos on YouTube and Momo was a recurring part of Agents of Cosplay as well.  Think of him as my animal familiar, since plenty of people call me a witch... and other things that rhyme with "witch".

And this is the internet.  Cat videos come with the territory.  And... come on, Momo is a giant matzo ball!  You know you love him!

First of all, spread the word!  The more people know about this Kickstarter, the better.  You're the best advocates I have.

If you have a YouTube channel, website, podcast, or other media outlet and are interested in interviewing me about this project, please send me a message with information about your outlet.

If you have any suggestions for other backer incentives, please let me know!  My YouTube subscribers will tell you that I'm very open to feedback!

Risks and challenges

Infinite Warfare - that’s not just a game title. That's what the cultural conflict in video gaming has been like. Important and valid questions get pushed aside in favour of rigid views, identity politics, personal grudges and opportunists. Actually, it’s more like Aliens: Colonial Marines – a game so bad you’re sorry you ever tried to play it.

But my daily YouTube videos and my first mini-series, A Gamer’s Guide to Feminism, have cultivated a much more positive environment. It is possible. Being hit by both political extremes has helped me get really good at navigating the charged gaming landscape with a positive attitude.

We expect to hear fresh howls from some of the less pleasant men’s rights activists, belligerent radical feminists and others who feel the need to attack ideas that they don’t 100% agree with. We anticipate that Lady Bits will inspire a renewed round of attacks on websites, chat rooms, threats of blacklisting… and actual blacklisting. The thing is, Gamer’s Guide got throttled that way and still did really well, so we’re going to take the same approach we did then. We’re not relying on the activist media to spread the word; we rely on you, the solid audience who enjoyed Gamer’s Guide, to be our ambassadors.

Gamer’s Guide also showed that our experienced team of accomplished television and online content creators behind Lady Bits – that means me and my husband – could create an entertaining show on a budget of $0. I wanted to do a series before I asked for money to prove that we could deliver. I’m aware that other programs of this kind fell short in that regard. So backers can be assured that we’ll deliver on budget, on time and as promised. Gamer’s Guide also will serve as a baseline so that backers know the fundamentals of my analysis. This isn’t going to be a whack-a-mole of “male gaze” and pop feminist word salads. There’s solid theory behind it.

But we’re not naive. We will face challenges and opposition. As I learned from A Gamer’s Guide to Feminism – reactionaries… react, and they can get pretty nasty. It’s odd when the most controversial position is being reasonable. We haven’t mentioned any of the guests who have tentatively agreed to be interviewed for the program, because we don’t want them getting hassled. We will do our absolute best to protect and preserve the dignity and privacy of the people who support this program, while also being careful with vetting of sources. We can do this show with absolutely no guests and it will still be great. But guests will definitely make certain episodes even stronger.

Of course, then there’s the general stigma against video games and gamers to contend with. This is another thing we’re very used to dealing with, and we hope this project will help ease that stigma somewhat.

Some people may also hate cats. These people are lost to me. Can't win 'em all.

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    Personalized Video!

    This tier was added for those who want to make a big donation but don't have a project to consult on. You get your very own personal video from Liana, Momo and friends, for a birthday, pick me up, get well soon, or other special occasion. (PG-Rated content only!)

    Includes:
    • Personalized Video
    • I <3 My Lady Bits T-Shirt
    • Backers Only Episode
    • 1080p download of complete series (4K upgrade if possible)
    • Join Online Feedback Sessions!
    • Blooper Reel (Likely with cats)
    • Your Name On Set!
    • Physical DVD copy of series
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    Limited 2 backers
    CA$
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Funding period

- (30 days)