Articles Posted in the " Activism and Politics " Category


  • International Women’s Day with The Geekiary’s Editors!

    Although The Geekiary is going ‘dark’ tomorrow as part of the “Day Without A Woman” for International Women’s Day, we still wanted to do something to *mark* the day. Although our bios are available year-round on The Geekiary’s Team page, we decided that it would be fun to give you a bit more background on […]




  • How Geeks Can Get Through the Trump Presidency

    It’s going to be a tough four years as we try to get through the Trump presidency, but we’ve got to stick together and be active.  RESIST. It shouldn’t be a surprise that The Geekiary’s staff is peopled with liberals, progressives, and fierce independents.  After the election of Trump we wrote Progressive Geeks: We Have Work […]


  • Why We Shouldn’t Totally Boycott Simon & Schuster

    Book publishing giant Simon & Schuster has begun to draw criticism for giving Milo Yiannopoulos, noted (and banned) Twitter troll and basically alt-right spokesman, a book deal. There are calls for a boycott, but I don’t agree with that.


  • About These #dumpstarwars People – Have They Ever Seen “Star Wars”?

    Earlier today a man named Jack Posobiec decided to announce his boycott of Rogue One because the writers had called it an “anti-Trump movie”. Within an hour the #dumpstarwars hashtag began trending, leaving actual fans wondering: have these people actually seen Star Wars at all? Not sure who this “Jack Posobiec” is? You are in good company. He’s just […]


  • Rogue One Writers Have Our Backs in Trump’s America

    In a move of support for the progressive community, two Rogue One writers  have uploaded safety pin Rebel Alliance logos on social media. After Trump’s unfortunate victory in the US Presidential election, a trend has popped up to express to solidarity with marginalized groups that may not feel safe anymore.  People are donning safety pins […]


  • Progressive Geeks: We Have Work to Do

    So far this website hasn’t made any specific posts about the US Presidential Election (except for highlighting the fabulous Ms. Marvel Get Out the Vote issue) because we’re not really a politics blog – we’re a geek culture blog. A lot of social issues tend to bleed over into geek culture, but in general the Presidential […]