sexism

Sitting through Ghostbusters, I am reminded how powerful and inspiring fandom can be. These four empowering females, each with their own skill sets and personalities battle against ghosts, gender discrimination, and the patriarchy. ...continue »
Anita Sarkeesian, founder of the YouTube channel Feminist Frequency, explores the trend that sexualizes female characters in video games. ...continue »
Organizers for conventions, take note: you're all out of excuses....continue »
Marvel's Agent Carter is a great show (though not without some issues) that is doing well and has a LOT of fans. If you don't think so, it's probably because of sexism. ...continue »
Superstar panelists Anita Sarkeesian (Feminist Frequency), Katherine Cross (Nuclear Unicorn), and Carolyn Petit (GameSpot) uplift a large audience at GaymerX2. ...continue »
Marvel brings its female writers to the fore. (Suck it DC.) ...continue »
BMB clears some of the sexist miasma out of the comic book air with his response to a deluded fan. I don't think it's too strong to say the fan was pwned. ...continue »
Careful, fanboys, your sexism is showing. The egregious treatment of SDCC 2013's Women Who Kick Ass panel got me a little hot under my collar. And not in a good way. ...continue »