I’ll be honest, I found this app and knew that it was an amazing tool. Though I haven’t really used it for it’s true purpose yet, I adore it. I have more fun on it than what is probably intended for it’s users, but whatever. I’m having a blast. Travel is a wonderful thing, Fangirls, and when you’re much to broke to afford it, you can live vicariously through this app. When you can afford it, it’s a perfect resource. Read More »
It’s easy to get caught up and more interested in the attitudes towards sex & sexuality in your own community, or even your country as a whole. When researching sexuality, I focus a lot on the US because that is where I’m at, and that’s what effects me. However, thinking about sexuality on a more global scale can really get the wheels turning in your head. Sexuality is a grand, universal thing and each community, culture, and religion have there own view points on what to make of it.
Though it’s a hot button topic, it’s about time I talk about circumcision, Fangirls. Circumcision is a procedure with a whole lot of opinion around it. It’s rooted in tradition, and there’s a million different reasons why it happens. The question is, though, if any of those reasons make it okay.
I suppose it’s a broad term, Fangirls, within it are multitudes. However, in my eyes, it’s the biggest bad guy there is. There’s no villain out there meaner, stronger, or more prevalent in this world. I like to try to be more light hearted in the articles I write here, but discrimination is something I can’t find myself slapping a brighter tone on. Except maybe a hopeful one, in praying that it one day won’t have such a presence. I’m not trying to preach some peace & love hippie dippy shit, Fangirls. I’m just saying that this shit has got to stop.
Fangirls, to my delight last week, the Cosmos television series was add to Netflix. I had heard a bit about the show, and remembered seeing wild ads for it. Mostly, I just knew that it’s host is always part of some silly shit on Tumblr. So, I had to check it out. I didn’t know that I was getting into a totally mind blowing series that shows you some outrageous stuff.
Fangirls! In a recent conversation with my super rad art school student best friend, we got talking about a group called the Guerrilla Girls. She had brought them to my attention, and I ended up learning a whole lot from it. Though of course there are many celebrated female artists, they are so far from equal to their male counterparts. In the mid 80s, the Guerrilla Girls realized just how unfair the art world is, and decided to band together to make that just as known to other people too.
So yes, Fangirls, Disney Infinity came out a while ago. That doesn’t mean it isn’t worth still talking about, though. We here at Fangirls Are We having been loving this game since its first days, and still find ourselves playing the game for hours. We figured that with Disney’s announcement of the Fall 2014 release of the second edition of the game, it’s time to talk about our feelings for this unique game.