Here’s what the ladies have to say about it.
Google gathered five woman technologists for a session on female-centric design at Google’s IO developer conference “Designing for the Other Half: Sexy Isn’t Always Pink”. It was a wide-ranging discussion about how largely female communities are kept engaged at sites like pretty-picture hub Pinterest, fashion community Polyvore, and labor marketplace TaskRabbit. But the capacity crowd, composed largely of male programmers, looked up from their laptops when the discussion turned to Google’s runner-up social network, Google+.
Read the entire post at Wired: Women Explain Why Google+ Is All Dudes