Queer · Writing

#queerpop: What Marriage Equality Means for Pop Culture

The celebrations were long, enthusiastic, and well-deserved after Friday’s Supreme Court ruling making marriage equality mandatory. This was the defining legal battle for queer rights in the US, and it’s done! Of course, even though it was the battle, it’s not the only battle. This doesn’t affect hate crimes legislation or employment discrimination, for instance……… Continue reading #queerpop: What Marriage Equality Means for Pop Culture

Comics · Queer · Updates

A to Z Reflection (and an announcement!)

Pinned until after the reflections week! FYI, I was the “LGBT+ Comics Characters” theme. So, that was fun! I missed out on the A to Z Challenge last year because April means finals, but I knew I wanted to do it this year, and it was just as good as I thought it’d be. I didn’t…… Continue reading A to Z Reflection (and an announcement!)

Comics

Review: Ms. Marvel #5

  Spoilers ahead.   In this issue we get further toward real superheroics. Usually DC breaks things into 6-issue trade paperbacks, so every six issues there’s a big reveal, an injury, or what-have-you… Does Marvel do that? This is a first for me, reading a Marvel series from issue one in real time. In this…… Continue reading Review: Ms. Marvel #5

Comics · TV & Movies

Trailer Tuesday/DC on TV/Anticipation for Representation

So I couldn’t pick a title. Think of it as Choose Your Own Adventure in title form! At any rate, I’ve been watching trailers for the new DC shows, and I have scowly fangirl thoughts. Constantine http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uPE2oBnzROY Okay, it’s just one trailer. Maybe it’ll be different. Maybe the jokes will actually be funny, and the…… Continue reading Trailer Tuesday/DC on TV/Anticipation for Representation