As I child of the late 90s/early aughts I grew up in an era where Feminism was cool, everyone was a Wiccan and TV teenagers spoke like world-weary thirty-somethings. Buffy the Vampire Slayer was my show.
Doctor in 45 days! Yes, that’s right–Series 6/32/(look there’s a lot of this show, okay?) of Doctor Who will return to our TVs on April 23rd for Easter weekend.
On today, the 100th International Women’s Day, we celebrate women everywhere and we want to single out today to geek out about our favorite fictional women who inspire, fascinate, and thrill us.
What would the credits to Doctor Who look like in the style of Buffy the Vampire Slayer? (via Punkocarp)
When I first saw the preview for last week’s episode of White Collar it’s entirely possible I flailed a little and shrieked, “LANDO!” Oh sure, Billy Dee Williams has been in countless movies and TV shows since Star Wars…
One pet peeve of mine is the tendency of the world to infantilize, marginalize and denigrate women by calling them ‘girls.’ So, it was initially surprising and actually a bit upsetting to me that this new movement of geek ladies were self-selecting the moniker ‘girls.’
Who has a bad feeling about this?