Articles Posted in the " feminism " Category

  • Ms. Track and Capture: Veronica Mars Back in Action

    The Veronica Mars books do not pull punches. (Spoiler alert: plot points discussed, but not the ending. That’s one punch I’m willing to pull.) WARNING: Mentions of sexual assault and abuse. -Read our before commenting. Do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged. Copyright © The Geekiary


  • A Feminist Look at “A Nightmare on Elm Street”

    Tomorrow is Halloween and that means I will be doing several things: Handing out candy Playing spooky music all day Dressing up Watching A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) It may seem strange for a feminist to love a film in which a deformed child murderer stalks and kills teenagers, most famously after sex. When […]


  • An Open Letter to Shailene Woodley

    Dear Shailene: In a recent interview with Time you apparently said that you did not consider yourself a feminist. When I first read the interview I was incredibly disappointed, as I always am when anyone says they are not a feminist. As I thought about it more I was really angry, because a lot of […]



  • The Red Wedding: A Study in Refrigerators

    After a string of mostly-quiet episodes that felt like nothing but rising action after rising action, we finally got our payoff: The Rains of Castamere was nothing but climax after climax. And while I’m excited for Bran, worried for Jon, elated for Dany, and sorry for Arya, I’m afraid I’m going to have to put […]


  • Give Me a #!$?@*)% Black Widow Movie

    This last year has been an interesting one for women in comic book movies. We got Selina Kyle in The Dark Knight Rises and Natasha Romanov in The Avengers. Compare that to 2011, when the most prominent Marvel women on the big screen were Peggy Carter and Jane Foster of Captain America and Thor. Now, […]