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What Once Upon a Time does for feminism *Spoiler alert*
Is Once Upon a Time's re-imagining of classic fairy-tale characters a feminist feat of modern TV?
Dec 20th, 2013
Feminism and the weapon-wielding women of The Walking Dead: spoiler alert
Let's take a look at two of The Walking Dead's kick-ass female characters, Andrea and Michonne.
Oct 12th, 2013
Sexy Halloween costumes are okay, now let's stop mocking them!
Halloween should be a time of year that you can dress however the hell you want, without any judgement
Oct 9th, 2013
Unhealthy relationships are in!
So many misogynistic little bubbles that the modern world has failed to pop
Sep 25th, 2013
You are not a butterfly
Forget butterflies. No one really transitions like that, from wiggly crawly thing to lovely fluttering thing in a one-and-done ritual so tidy and happily-ever-after. And it’s never a concise process...
Sep 15th, 2013
Kick Ass female characters don't get the credit they deserve
While "Kick Ass 2" shows that women can be powerful characters, it falls short by taking center stage away from them. Should "Kick Ass" really be named "Hit Girl"?
Sep 17th, 2013
Law students skewer 'Blurred Lines'
Law students from Auckland, New Zealand, released a scathing feminist critique of "Blurred Lines" by Robin Thicke. The song was reportedly pulled once from YouTube for being too racy, which they...
Sep 2nd, 2013
Breaking Bad's biggest mystery
Why do people hate Skyler White?
Aug 30th, 2013
Upcoming GaymerX convention addresses sexual orientation in video games
An upcoming LGBT convention, GaymerX starts discussion of the importance and inclusion of sexual orientation in video games.
Nathalie De Los Santos
Jul 6th, 2013
I Am a Gamer: Jamming to develop a video game with a strong female lead
An inside look at the iamagamer 48hr game jam that challenged developers to make strong female leads. I was a jammer and our team won a prize.
Nathalie De Los Santos
Jul 24th, 2013