Hello everyone and welcome to the newest episode of Brain Food At The Movies! I hope that you all enjoy it!
Just… bloody hell, people… if you can have more diversity in your movie about a giant, radioactive mutant than a movie about some stupid little magic ring and dwarves and elves, something’s wrong.
Also, I’m not seeing Blended. I don’t think I need to watch a comedy about white people healing their souls by going to Africa… and not just any country in Africa, but, you know… just Africa.
Hello everyone, and in this video I discuss my concerns about DC Comics’ newest character, the Canadian Cree teen superheroine, Equinox.
My main concern boils down to DC Comics’ past racial failures, so anything like this just makes me awfully damned cautious.
For added context, here is an article from the CBC talking about Equinox.
Or alternately called Dear Lord If You Bring That Excuse Out One More Time, I Will Smack You With This Mauling Grizzly Bear, I Swear To God.
In this video, I look at some of the common excuses I’ve come across from White Fandom to try and cover their own racism.
For further clarification, here is the post about Heroine’s Quest at The Mary Sue.
Now, these were just the excuses I came across the most in my experience, so if you like, please share with me the racist excuses you’ve come across as to why black people, or any other person of colour couldn’t be in a movie, comic book, or video game.
Hello everyone and welcome to another video on white privilege and fandom that I all hope you enjoy. This is only a little bit of what happens in fandom but it’s indicative of what happens on an almost daily occasion, especially when it comes to characters who are from a marginal class, such as being a POC, LGBTQ, disabled, or intersect across them all.
For additional reading, here is the link to the wonderful takedown of Michelle Coltee by Melissa Harris Perry that I mention near the beginning of the video:
Michelle Obama A ‘Feminist Nightmare?’ Please.
In this video, I explain just why I’m not watching this show anymore… trust me, you won’t either after watching this.
At least I’ll always have the first season.
For those of you who are curious, the Walter White Sliding Scale of Villainy was created by a good friend of mine, and you can read her post about it here.
Read it, it’s good education.
Hello everyone and welcome to yet another installment of Brain Food At The Movies, wherein I gush and talk about Del Toro’s latest movie, a gigantic love letter and homage to everything I loved as a child, Pacific Rim!
I also discuss how white feminists have been coming out to dismiss, critique, and put down the character of Mako Mori, and how it comes off as nothing more than the problem of Mako Mori NOT being white.
Fucking hell, WHY do they need some woman of colour to step on to make themselves feel better?
This is mostly links to what some other people have written, but it’s a point I wanted to discuss with the people here.
Warning: Spoilers for Star Trek! (Which is ironic, if you read the links below.)
So I dithered about posting on these because I don’t like bringing the authors any additional publicity. For many books, the worst enemy is obscurity. But I had to share my pain, folks.
Remember Victoria Foyt and Save the Pearls? Remember how we all wondered how any author could hit such serious WTF territory?
I bring you the latest Foyt-esque forays from two other authors. You’re welcome.
Hello everyone and welcome to a special episode of Brain Food I like to call… Playwright’s Delight!
In this episode, I discuss the script of Shawn C Harris’ play, Tulpa, or Anne & Me. I hope everyone enjoys it!
And here it is on youtube as well.
Also, here are the links I mentioned in the video:
Racist Bigot Maryann Johanson defends the Onion Tweet. Read as she completely misses the point about satire, history, racism, the treatment of black women in American history…!
Kirsten West Savali talks about how white feminists dropped the ball in not coming to Quevenzhane Wallis’ defence.
Wow, it’s been a good while, hasn’t it? But here it finally is, episode 28 of Brain Food, wherein I review Daniel H Wilson’s book, Robopocolypse!
A special thank you goes out to Sparkindarkness for his contribution to this video, and I highly encourage you all to go and read his reviews over at Fangs For The Fantasy.
And especially check out his article on What Will You Do In A Dystopian?
[On a side note, please ignore the number at the start… this is episode 27, not 28… I just got a touch mixed up there. >_>]