Feminist TV Review: Westworld

“You, and everyone you know, were built to gratify the desires of the people who pay to visit your world. What if I told you you can’t hurt the newcomers, and that they can do anything they want … to you?” These chilling words are repeated often to the “hosts” by their programmers in Westworld.… Read More

The Romance You Need on Christmas Eve

It is that magical time of year where multiple holidays stack up against one another and people are feeling festive. In the spirit of holiday-time, the December Her Story Arc Book of the Month we’ve selected is a Christmas short story collection self-published by four women. “Four Fantastical Christmas Romances” features four unique stories, each… Read More

Katniss Everdeen: The Symbol of Rebellion

Caution! This post includes spoilers from The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 Jennifer Lawrence is the face of The Hunger Games and is undoubtedly one of the most popular actresses in the world at this moment in time. She’s loved by all and so far it seems that she can do no wrong. As an advocate… Read More

Dealing with Dragons Review

When I was told that Patricia Wrede‘s Dealing with Dragons book had knights, dragons, princesses, talking frogs, wizards, and witches in it, I probably made a weird, scrunched up face. It sounds like the typical damsel in distress (and there are some of them in the story) in a fantasy setting. But Dealing with Dragons is not quite… Read More