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Teddy (Diana) Pozo recently graduated from UC Santa Barbara with a PhD in Film and Media Studies and an emphasis in Feminist Studies. Their work on technology, sexuality, feminism, and film theory has appeared in New Review of Film and Television StudiesRated M for Mature: Sex and Sexuality in Video Games, Porn StudiesMedia Fields Journal, and the Routledge Encyclopedia of Film Theory. Pozo organizes the Queerness and Games Conference and taught the Queerness and Games Design Workshop at UC Berkeley in 2015. Their current book project is titled Haptic Media: Gender, Sexuality, and Affect in Technology Culture, 1959-2015.