Good Omens brought twenty million non-binary angels and demons into their world, and in the process created a diverse level of representation we hadn’t seen in popular media. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.
The representation of women in popular media, particularly television and film, has been a widely discussed topic for a while, especially in recent years. We still have a ways to go in terms of the realistic and fleshed-out portrayal of female characters, but the idea that a “mature” woman can be an interesting and full […]
In the Powerpuff Girls (2016) episode “Once Upon a Townsville”, a surprising milestone was reached for queer representation: Buttercup shared a long, on-the mouth, onscreen kiss with another female character. In a time where depictions of same-gender romance are still heavily censored and discouraged, especially in children’s entertainment, this marks a huge step forward. However, even […]
When CBS unveiled its fall slate, it didn’t take long to notice a pattern. Of the eight new shows that the network picked up for the 2016-17 season, six of them have a white, male lead. CBS has never really been the network that tries experimental programming – that is, if not that having shows centered around […]
Animator, director, and composer Rebecca Sugar conducted a Questions and Answers session at the recent 2016 MoCCA Arts Festival, where she explained a lot about her current projects, as well as how her earlier works led her to her current position. Sugar, who has produced numerous independent comics and worked as a storyboard artist on […]
On March 12th, 2015, the two-part season one finale of Steven Universe aired. “The Return” and “Jail Break” quickly made waves for a number of reasons. Top of the list was the grand reveal that main character Garnet was in fact a fusion of two Gems, Ruby and Sapphire. The pair loved each other so […]