Yes, All Women: Cultural Misogyny from a Writer’s Perspective

First off, if you are somehow on the internet and not yet aware of the #YesAllWomen phenomenon going on over on Twitter, then you need to check it out. If you're a woman, you will probably feel some combination of depressed, heartened, proud, scared, and totally unsurprised by the stories being shared. If you're a … Continue reading Yes, All Women: Cultural Misogyny from a Writer’s Perspective

Women’s Voices in History

I read an article earlier today discussing the historical silence of women. It addresses both past and present, in a way, drawing from many of the current issues where women are verbally abused, insulted, and threatened (especially on the internet) if they dare speak up on "men's matters" -- whether that's politics, video games, comic … Continue reading Women’s Voices in History

I will see a division

Reading "SFF in Conversation: Women Write SFF" by guest blogger Andrea K Höst over at The Book Smugglers kicked me in the pants to do something I've been meaning to do for a while -- actually tally up all of my books and see what the male-female ratio is. So. My shelves as they currently … Continue reading I will see a division

On David Gilmour

Just a quick note regarding the ongoing David "I only teach real manly manly men, no homos, no lady bits, you understand?" Gilmour controversy -- this post by Anne Thériault is one of the best things I've read on it so far. So go read it. Because the thing is, if you're not a cis white straight male, … Continue reading On David Gilmour