Category Archives: Feminism

Character Spotlight: Wonder Woman

When I was growing up I used to not put much stock into gender stereotypes on TV (And still don’t). Obviously, blue was for boys and pink was for girls but I viewed the world of cartoons, and most shows … Continue reading

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When Heroes Get Weary: Diana Regains her Wonder

Wonder Woman captivated audiences. Her charm, charisma, and unyielding hope throughout the film breathed new life into the DCEU. Some say this was a course correction for the DCEU after what I would say the unjust critical failure of Batman … Continue reading

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The Hidden Problems of Hidden Figures

Hidden Figures tells the previously untold story of African-American women working at NASA during the Space Race. I thought the movie was well done and compelling. I admit I was surprised at the cursing in the movie – I’m guessing … Continue reading

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Journalism 101: The Investigative Abilities of Clark Kent and Lois Lane

Man of Steel is a comic book film that doesn’t shy away from revealing the investigative minds behind its two leads. Continue reading

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Nintendo and Feminism: Unused Innovation

Gaming is not often considered the most gender equal of pastimes. While this is thankfully changing, we still have a ways to go before the stigma of inequality is broken to those watching the gaming industry. Thankfully, companies are taking … Continue reading

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