Ah. Thank you.The real way is to try and find women who are a part of the community and would like to participate in a larger role in it. A speed running event is staffed by more than speedrunners, there are presenters, support staff, interviews, donation readers, tech setup, admissions, and so on. GDQ, to organically solve the problem, would need to actively reach out to women who speedrun or are in some way connected to the speed run community instead of just passively hoping they submit runs or applications, which is what they currently do (outside of this "Frame Fatale" nonsense). If they're actually trying to fix diversity, they could also fill in the void with women who are content creators on other platforms in the gaming vertical to represent in non-runner roles and not "dumb down" any runs for the sake of diversity. In addition to this, GDQ could reasonably make a concerned effort to up the level of "professionalism" at the event, for males and females alike.