A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby: A Feminist Movie Review

I reviewed the original A Christmas Prince two years ago and found it passable. The sequel, A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding, was so bad I didn’t feel it was worth my time or yours to write a review. The plot was nonsensical, the character choices made no sense, and Prince Richard is still unable… Read More

Netflix’s A Christmas Prince & Christmas Inheritance: A Feminist Review

Yes, I know you’ve already seen them both, don’t lie! But just how guilty is your guilty pleasure? Let’s find out… Not offensive to women = 1/1 pt Features a woman as the main protagonist and/or supporting character = 2/2 pts Passes the Bechdel-Wallace test = 3/3 pts These are the easiest points to get… Read More

Daredevil and Disability Politics

This guest post is by Elsa S. Henry of Blind Lady Versus. Daredevil is a superhero with super powers. Well, in the series he’s a vigilante with superpowers. But nonetheless, those superpowers do not make him less blind. He is still a man without sight, and because of that the way he operates in the world should… Read More

Unbreakable Kimmy: “Females are strong as hell!”

March 6th will henceforth be known as “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Day”, so sayeth I! This brand spanking new, Tina Fey brain child premiered as a Netflix Original on Friday, and I have already binged on the first ten episodes. Kimmy Schmidt is a 29 year old woman who has spent the last fifteen years of her… Read More