Tag: LGBTQ

Ladies Kissing and Fanservice

At The Mary Sue, Becky Chambers, writes about watching a moment of wonder when ladies kiss on Deep Space Nine, the devolution of something that felt special into television’s “barrage of meaningless lady kisses” and finding the love again in roleplaying games like Dragon Age, World of Warcraft, […]

Fandom is Magic

In the year 2001 I discovered a magical world. Not Harry Potter (that was a few years later) and not the Internet (although it was responsible), but a world that captured my attention and hasn’t let go ten years later. It has to do with fanfiction; unpaid fiction […]

Breaking Down Borders in Gaming

The Border House is a gaming website dedicated to “breaking down borders in gaming” and analyze games from a feminist viewpoint. This month they have stories on “The Women of Mortal Kombat“; “102 Quadrillion Unique Male Character Variants, 0 Female Characters“; and Turning the Tabletop:  A Look at […]

RIP, Joanna Russ

Science fiction author and feminist and queer critic, Joanna Russ has died. She was probably best know for her novel, The Female Man and her critical text, How To Suppress Women’s Writing. Feminist Science Fiction, Fantasy & Utopia has more about Russ and her work.