It’s rare that I get to see representations of Latinas on screen, let alone as as well-rounded or culturally grounded as Krisitn Ortega.
For Military Appreciation Month our podcast is answering the Call To Arms and raising money for the veteran gamin charity @StackUpDotOrg
“The Force is Strong in my family…” – Luke Skywalker May the 4Th be with…
We love hopping on Twitter to see what the rest of our fellow fans have…
Lara Croft has always been more than an object. Although she has been sexualized she has never been shown in need of a man to complete her story or to move her along.
Isang Bagsak. One Fall. It’s a unity clap meant to say we fall together and we rise together.
“I wanna tell you, everyone who is dreaming of a parable, of using genre fantasy to talk about things that are real in the world today, you can do it. This is a door, kick it open, and come in.”
The MCU uses the audience’s thirst without fail and that’s a good thing, even if it makes male and female characters unnecessarily sexy.
For Robert Rodriguez, representation was the goal, the creation of new talent was the goal, and empowering other Latinx creators is still the goal.
Since first learning of their existence, I have wanted to start a podcast. I tried…