This text consists of three sections regarding women's use of the internet. Part One deals with the definition of gender as part of a user's identity on the net, in particular for internet gamers (Paasonen) and female professionals (Dorer) The second part concerns how women are addresses as consumers of the internet and networks, with examples from online communities like Oprah.Com (Cooks/Paredes/Scharrer) and other women's websites (Gustafson). Part Three gives examples of everyday uses of the internet for bringing girls and women together, and also discusses the problems and strategies inherent for lesbians online (Poster). Finally, the fourth and last part talks about gender and new media in the contexts of the school, politics, and television viewing. This looks to be a very interesting text from a sociological perspective which can supplement the other linguistic texts in the bibliography.