The web-slinger posed for a few photos, then left shortly afterwards.
Feminist Frequency, “Damsel in Distress: Part 1 – Tropes vs Women in Video Games“ The Tropes vs Women in Video Games project was funded by almost 7,000 backers on Kickstarter, founded by the video series’ host, Anita Sarkeesian. The series “aims to examine the plot devices and patterns most often associated with female characters in gaming from
Lots of poetry, some lit crit, and a burnt lasange. 30. Rush, by bill bissett (BookThug, 2012) Reviewed for Broken Pencil. 31. Heroines, by Kate Zambreno (Semiotext(e), 2012) When I saw it in Book City, I couldn’t resist picking it up. Zambreno looks at the “mad” literary wives of famous authors as they’re popularly portrayed, with the
My rant on sexual abuse didn’t generate any comments on my journal, but several people have come up to me in person to say they’ve read it. Liz Worth also wrote a post about not even being able to wait for the bus without being sexually harassed, and the objectification and assault that comes with visible tattoos.
I just joined Google+ a couple of days ago. I wasn’t sure what to do with it at first, but fortunately there are already several excellent guides with tips on how to get started for G+ n00bs like me. Google+ = More than Facebook Everyone seems to be touting G+ as the next Facebook, but, as Christina