Diversity

Geeks OUT member Rachel goes to PAX East, and learns nothing. ...continue »
Diversity Panels at New York Comic Con are growing more numerous, getting larger rooms, and touching on intersectionality more than ever. ...continue »
Favorite characters are being reimagined with an eye for diversity. A talk with some top creators infusing mainstream comics with a modern, diverse spin. ...continue »
Let's be honest, getting a good representation of diversity in comic book films have always been a losing struggle. Part of the problem comes in the purist adaptations of iconic comic book characters because the majority of them were created in a time where there was no non-white representation in comic books. ...continue »
While Star Trek broke barriers on race and gender in The Original Series, it ultimately fell short on doing the same for LGBT representation in The Next Generation and beyond. ...continue »
This Pride season, hunker down by the pool with some fabulously queer comic books and let your geek flag fly! ...continue »
The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) is pretty fail when it comes to female representation and it *really* fails when it comes to representation for women of color, but the television show Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D is doing MUCH better. On both fronts. Get to know the awesome ladies of S.H.I.E.L.D! ...continue »
Deadline Posts Racist Article. Then Apologizes For Racist Title. But Not Racist Article. Misses Entire Point. Internet Facepalms. ...continue »
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A look back at a handful of the 2013's most memorable moments in comic book diversity. ...continue »