L7: You cannot pretend they’re dead

On Monday, November 2nd I found out my life-long favorite band, L7, was playing a show on a reunion tour with the original line-up of Donita Sparks, Jennifer Finch, Dee Plakas and Suzi Gardner. Broke as I am, I got on Facebook and managed to quickly find a friend of a friend who happened to have an extra ticket. Yay for manifestation! Now when I … Continue reading L7: You cannot pretend they’re dead

Agent Carter’s Opportunity for Intersectional Feminism

#DiversifyAgentCarter has been an active hashtag since May 8th, when the second season of the hit ABC short series Agent Carter was announced. Set in late 1940’s NYC, the show follows the work of the kick-ass Agent Peggy Carter in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) after the disappearance of Captain America. Agent Carter is strongly feminist in that it depicts the struggles of Peggy having … Continue reading Agent Carter’s Opportunity for Intersectional Feminism

Bent, Bowed and Broken are the fans of Game of Thrones

It has been almost a week since the Game of Thrones episode “Unbent, Unbowed, Unbroken” aired and the internet has definitively exploded about it. Well, the part of the internet that is inhabited by non-misogynists anyway. I am bringing it back to the surface as a new episode is about to air. It is not news at this point for me to mention that Sansa … Continue reading Bent, Bowed and Broken are the fans of Game of Thrones

My first post: Intentions.

Here I am, entering the world of blogging! Right now, I intend to use this blog as a vehicle for unwinding many of the inter-spinnings of my brain as I consume vast amounts of television and comics. With my critical eye, intersectional feminist slant and art history background, I will peruse pop-culture topics (and occasional “capital A” Art) here for your reading pleasure. Some of … Continue reading My first post: Intentions.