Articles Posted in the " feminism " Category

  • NETIZENS Documentary to Explore Online Harassment Towards Women

    “The Internet today is a battleground.”  That’s the statement prominently bolded on the Kickstarter page for the new documentary NETIZENS.  As a woman on the Internet who writes in a male-dominated niche, I know that a little too well. -Read our before commenting. Do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged. […]

  • Everyone Read “The Geek Feminist Revolution”

    When I say that everybody needs to read a certain book, I usually don’t actually mean “everybody”. This time, however, I am totally, absolutely serious. Everyone needs to read The Geek Feminist Revolution. -Read our before commenting. Do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged. Copyright © The Geekiary

  • Favorite Women in Geek Culture 2015

    The year 2015 has been an amazing one for women in geek culture.  We have a ton of favorite female characters that were worth noting, which can be found in our Favorite Female Characters of 2015 post, but we have many non-fiction women in geek culture that we want to highlight as well.  There were […]

  • SDCC Agent Carter Press Room: Addressing Sexism and Racism

    Since Agent Carter burst on the scene in Captain America, there’s been an enormous amount of buzz about the character and the role she’ll play in the Superhero genre. Our own writer Undie made note of this in her article Stop Saying the Future of Female Superheroes is tied to Agent Carter’s Success. While we […]

  • Roundtable: Trans Representation in ‘Sense 8’

    I went into Sense8 not knowing much about the story, but I was really excited that it was created by the man who wrote my favorite science fiction show of all time, Babylon 5.  Other than that tidbit, I was going in completely blind.  While there were many aspects of the show that struck me […]

  • I’m Proud to be a Social Justice Warrior

    Trigger Warning: This article contains discussion about violence against women, rape, and abuse of other under represented groups. We here at the Geekiary take representation very seriously.  It’s in our FAQ, after all, so it’s not exactly a secret.  Getting accused of having an agenda isn’t something new and, after so many accusations, we decided […]