The narrative of social networking sites have a male-centric theme to each story, and, as the stories are retold, women are noticeably absent. The rise of Pinterest, a growing social networking site, is causing the story to change. Pinterest has gained popularity among Americans, and has garnered a reputation as a site that appeals mostly to women. This story is new to the media, who further reiterate how surprising and unusual it is. This presentation argues that women have been involved in computing all along, that this narrative which includes women is nothing new, and analyzes the discourse of both the American and British media to uncover the deeper story being told.