- Blog@Newsarama » Cartoon Network confirms ‘Batman: The Brave and the Bold’
The Brave and the Bold featuring the new Blue Beetle, the old Batman, and a somewhere in between Green Arrow. Now, can they find female cartoon characters to round out the pack? As awesome as going straight to the new Beetle is for having a Mexican-American character, how about a female lead in the show as well?
- Lesbian Gamers: Morgan Gray & Racial Stereotyping in Games
Coverage by Lesbian Gamers of an interesting interview highlighting the structural similarities in how companies justify excluding groups from gaming content. I’ve heard a bunch of those arguments explaining why comic books characters have to look the same
- Occasional Superheroine:
Female Superhero Comic Book Readers Desire “Good Storylines”. Yes, yes they do – amazing conceptual breakthrough not yet grasped by the major labels – story lines could be the revolution in comics that Liefield was for pouches.
- The Visual Linguist: New Essay: Navigating Comics
The visual navigation processes used for observing pages in comics. Science and comics in the very same context, it’s got to be promoted.
Not quite so comics connected, but still in the broader feminism movement category, (for which this blog is aiming to belong)
- Shakesville: It’s Right There in the Name
We’re supposed to apologize and admit that they’re right, suppress our real feelings to keep the peace. We’re supposed to show them just how far we can bend. Oddly enough, though, that’s not how things work on a feminist blog
- Why people flip out when you talk about gender in kids stories | the Hathor Legacy
Money quote for me (amongst a good wrap up of the coverage of another good story) “Because in teaching girls that they’re only accessories, we’re also denying heterosexual men the ability to have meaningful, adult relationships with women who take full responsibility for their own happiness”.
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