I am up early this morning and I am cruising the internet for some "best practices" with a handmade,upcycled project (okay, we can say a craft project) and do you know what I notice? A tangible gender bias is prevalent in the entire handmade industry. Okay, it isn't news but there are so many "crafty moms" or "cool chick's crafts" and I have to wonder why is handmade craft immediately labeled as a feminine art form. I see wood workers who are male. There are guys who make clocks. Guys who repurpose technology are out there. Engineers, craftsMEN, and all sorts of other men are busy upcycling and crafting their little hearts out but the market as a whole is tilted towards women. What's up with that?