<em>Korra</em>: Why You and Your Kids Should Be Watching

The Legend of Korra brings quality and equality to entertainment for all ages.

<em>Screening Twilight</em>

Screening Twilight takes a critical look at the saga and its place in the wider cultural landscape through a collection of academic essays.

Sketches From the Upcoming <em>Wonder Woman</em> Team

Pages from the new Wonder Woman team, set to debut in November. I'm not won over yet.

Fangasm: The Curious Case of The Supernatural Fangirl

Fangasm: Supernatural Fangirls is the story of two university professors, Lynn S. Zubernis and Katherine Larsen who also happen to be devoted Supernatural fans. The book follows them as they attend multiple ...

The Cliffs of Insanity: GeekOuts, Troll Hunts, and Feminism

Corrina has a little geekgasm this week and then dives into why strong female characters are considered so radical.

Why the Feminist Controversy Over <em>Frozen</em> Misses the Point

The negative buzz surrounding Disney's new animated film isn't just off base, it may actually be detrimental to the promotion of feminism in Hollywood.

Online Harassment Is an “In Real Life” Problem

If you take only one thing away from this, I hope that it’s recognizing the fact that online bullying and harassment is a "in real life" problem.

The Cliffs of Insanity: Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman's appeal is as a feminist role model. Quit trying to alter that, DC Comics, and, start celebrating it instead.

The Cliffs of Insanity: Mommy Bloggers

So why is the term mommy blogger such a negative one? I take a look at our assumptions about things with gender labels. Plus, where you can find me dressed as Wonder Woman.

Twilight Week At GeekMom!

With the release Eclipse on DVD on Saturday, we at GeekMom decided to take a look at the Twilight phenomenon. The immensely popular series has been incredibly polarizing among fandom. One side side, teen girls ...