Netflix’s A Christmas Prince & Christmas Inheritance: A Feminist Review

Yes, I know you’ve already seen them both, don’t lie! But just how guilty is your guilty pleasure? Let’s find out… Not offensive to women = 1/1 pt Features a woman as the main protagonist and/or supporting character = 2/2 pts Passes the Bechdel-Wallace test = 3/3 pts These are the easiest points to get… Read More

Daredevil and Disability Politics

This guest post is by Elsa S. Henry of Blind Lady Versus. Daredevil is a superhero with super powers. Well, in the series he’s a vigilante with superpowers. But nonetheless, those superpowers do not make him less blind. He is still a man without sight, and because of that the way he operates in the world should… Read More

Unbreakable Kimmy: “Females are strong as hell!”

March 6th will henceforth be known as “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Day”, so sayeth I! This brand spanking new, Tina Fey brain child premiered as a Netflix Original on Friday, and I have already binged on the first ten episodes. Kimmy Schmidt is a 29 year old woman who has spent the last fifteen years of her… Read More

A “Raggedy Man’s” Companions: Saviors or Saved?

As River Song would say, “Spoilers.” Finally! Netflix has relinquished hold on the most recent season of Doctor Who.  Oh the pain of having to wait has been mended.  With the new season often comes a new companion or a new doctor.  This season we encounter a new companion: Clara Oswald (a.k.a Impossible Girl, a.k.a… Read More