The 3rd and final part of Feminist Frequency’s look at the “Damsel in Distress” trope in video games. I’ve enjoyed this series a lot and encourage you to watch her critique of modern video games and how they portray women.
I just learned what a Muxe is from this VICE video about Mexico’s “third gender”. The reason why it’s known as the third gender is because Muxes are physically male but prone to act as females. VICE enlightens…
Remember Miss Teen South Carolina? Don’t worry, her legacy is very much alive in Miss Utah 2013! How do the people on stage keep a straight face? Marissa Powell’s full response: I think we can relate this back to education, and how we are … continuing to try to strive to [epic pause] figure out [...]
I know this is a comedy bit, but I’m gonna go ahead and say this is a pretty realistic depiction of some of my female friends and the way they give compliments to each other.
Apollo Robbins’ act goes so much deeper than I initially realized. He sees so many things about a person in just a split second of interaction.
I’ve been slowly going through Feminist Frequency’s channel and almost every single video so far that I’ve seen is incredibly interesting and enlightening. I don’t read a whole lot of comics but even still, what’s being said can be related to other parts of modern media. Here’s one episode about how women in sci-fi tv [...]