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==Incidents==
 
==Incidents==
*The Creeper Move cards were used as part of anti-feminist backlash during the [[Chaos Communications Congress 29 incidents]] (which used different, more aggressive texts possibly contributing to the escalation)
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*A version of the Creeper Move cards *using different text) were used as part of anti-feminist backlash during the [[Chaos Communications Congress 29 incidents]]
   
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

Revision as of 06:42, 4 January 2013

The Creeper Move cards are red and yellow cardboard cards which are designed to be handed to people at geek events who are harassing others or otherwise being creepy. They are in the style of red and yellow cards in football (penalty and warning cards, respectively).

Text of the cards

The text of the cards is licensed under the Creative Commons Zero license. You may copy, modify, translate, or print your own. A printing company has offered a discount on printing costs for the cards (see the source web site for more information).

The red card reads:

CREEPER MOVE
If you have received this card, you have behaved in an offensive or overtly sexist manner towards a female DEFCON attendee. Stop grabbing butts and inviting every girl you see to private pillow flight parties.

The yellow card reads:

CREEPER MOVE
If you have received this card, chances are you have made some form of off color or mildly offensive comment to a female DEFCON attendee. Maybe you were trying to be nice but "nice tits" comes across as a little douchey, ya know?

There is also a green thank you card that reads:

THANK YOU!
The person who handed you this card appreciates that you were respectful and mindful instead of overbearing or harassing. It might not seem like much, but you could have received a red or yellow card instead. Cheers!

History

The Creeper Move cards were created in July 2012 by KC Crowell. They were originally designed for the DEFCON event and have appeared at other hacker events.

They were translated into German in 2012.

Incidents

See also

External links