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Feminism within Quentin Tarantino Films

feminism                                                                                                                                              noun fem·i·nism \ˈfe-mə-ˌni-zəm\                                  1 … Continue reading

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Top 11 One-Off Women of the New Series of Doctor Who

There are quite a few excellent females characters who briefly wound through the Doctor’s story, but for this list the  main criteria criteria was really that they could only appear in one story (there’s a couple 2-parter character in here, … Continue reading

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A Female Doctor on Doctor Who?

Alright, I’ve been putting this one off, but I think it’s time we had the talk. There’s a lot of argument on this subject. Should the Doctor ever be played by a woman? If so when would be the right … Continue reading

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An Argument Against Writing “Strong Female Characters”

Fun Fact: The movie Alien was originally written with the entire crew of the Nostromo being entirely male. A common question, especially to men who write female characters, is what makes a strong female character? As if there’s some secret formula, mix … Continue reading

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