Sunday, August 20, 2017

Gender

Editor’s Note: This article contains spoilers for the movie The Love Witch. Read at your own peril. Witches have been part of literature from the very beginning. Female connection to supernatural powers can be drawn directly from Medea all the ...

Editor’s note: The following is an excerpt from the author’s master’s thesis. It has been edited for style and length. To read the full work, go here. At the beginning of “The Thing on the Doorstep,” Daniel Upton, the story’s ...

“[Lord Fanny] made a huge impression on stupid, mopey me,” Tara Marie states in “The Search for Trans Role Models in Comics” written for The Harlot. Her essay is a wonderful, yet critical examination of trans women in comics. It’s ...

March is upon us, the time when some in this country celebrate extremely high achievement in physical sport. College basketball, both for young men and women, concludes another season with one of the best systems for determining a champion, an ...

banner image by Riley James Keith “There is no spoon,” a stoic little boy tells a tall man in a trench coat and sunglasses. This man doesn’t quite believe he is The One. He wants to believe, but his hold ...

It’s hard being human and dealing with gender issues, whether in your personal life or in media. And that’s to say nothing for gender equality/representation. Look at the Bechdel test. There’s a lot of pressure on writers and storytellers to ...

Everybody’s getting medieval lately and I don’t just mean politicians. Film and television have glommed onto the Middle Ages—or a sort of, kind of version of the Middle Ages—with great success. While the age has been popular with filmmakers since ...