I think it may be an unfortunate testament to my race that I only first heard this term a week ago. However, contrary to how it appears, white feminism isn’t about being white. I’m white, but I’m not going to get defensive, it doesn’t apply to me. I know where I stand. But we’ll address that point later. White feminism is all too familiar to all of us, even if we don’t realize it, and it makes it a lot more difficult for equality to be achieved at any level. Read More »
Hey guys! I’m just going to give you all a brief overview of the new issue of Daredevil which has sprung out of Waid’s run that ended last year. There will be some spoilers so watch out!!
Hey Fangirls! A couple weeks back I was lucky enough to go to Special Edition: NYC and meet some absolutely lovely independent creators. I think independent creators are some of the most amazing and inspiring people on the planet. They make what they love, and to me, that’s beautiful. Two of the individuals I met at SE:NYC were David Phillips and Sarah Braly. Let me tell you, Fangirls, these folks really know how to catch an eye. In a sea of grey and blue tables, their’s was neon green. It was littered in lovely yet despicable cupcakes, and had some really intriguing comics on top. So when my friends were looking for back issues that I wasn’t concerned with, I sneaked off to the High Fructose Zombies table.
Hey Fangirls! Recently, I found out about an IndieGoGo for a rad tv show called Cowl Girl. Its kind of based on the life of a Fangirl, from Latin America. Cowl Girl was written by Anna Capunay and is played by Yunuen Pardo. Cowl Girl has a problem with leaving the house, but she desperately wants to go to San Diego Comic Con (don’t we all?) to get her Pee Wee Herman action figure signed. I was lucky enough to interview not only the writer, but the lovely woman who plays Cowl Girl.