Writing by Hannah Forsdike // illustration by Jenny Pereira // So, should we commend pseudo girl power moments in media for spiraling us towards more diverse female roles and story lines, or condemn them for giving us the illusion of feminist story telling?Read More
Writing and art by Seth Lukas Hynes // Gender is an incidental and usually irrelevant attribute of giant monsters, but in King of the Monsters (and the Japanese franchise), Godzilla and Mothra are explicitly gendered as male and female (respectively).
Writing by Hannah Forsdike // In general I think we are too quick to write off feminism in modern pop culture. We are in a social transitional period right now, and this is reflected in our media.Read More
Interview of Melissa Stokoski and Elyse Brandau by Andy Reyes // Speaking of Carrie is an incredible podcast based in New York City and presented by comedians Melissa Stokoski and Elyse Brandau, where, along with some cool guests, they talk about their favorite episodes of Sex and the City.Read More
Writing by Auzeen Mendoza // At some point last year, I rewatched all of Gilmore Girls including the revival, and now more than ever, I was able to get most of the references. Seeing how I have progressed over nearly 20 years made me realize how powerful knowledge is.Read More
Writing by Abi Turner // Elena being a feminist is something that I immediately found that the two of us shared. Throughout the entire show, her feminist beliefs, rants and behaviours remind me of our likeness to one another.Read More
Review and artwork by Seth Hynes // Lisa delivers beautiful, evocative prose and a remarkably lucid account of her past. She calmly ponders the motivations of her fragmented family, while acknowledging that she’s only scratched the surface of her inscrutable father,Read More
Writing by Hannah Forsdike // illustration by Freya Bennett // Asides from shutting down sexist norms left and right, female strength and fear is demonstrated through Carol and the other women in this film.Read More