Caitlin Doughty is better known online as “Ask a Mortician” on youtube or as the Founder of The Order of the Good Death. I love her videos and highly recommend her to everyone who has trouble talking about death. Our society is really weird about death. We act like it’s shameful and scary. And I… Read More Geek Girls Rule! #632 – Review: Will My Cat Eat My Eyeballs by Caitlin Doughty
Happy New Year! Welcome 2020! Don’t let the door hit you in the ass on the way out, 2019. I did not think I was going to like the Mandalorian. Given the fanboy worship of the character of Boba Fett over the past few decades, my hopes were not high for this show. Yes, I… Read More Geek Girls Rule! #626 – Review – Mandalorian (first three or four episodes)
So, you have heard me use the term “fridging” before. I figured, maybe for those of you who are newer I should define that. The term “fridging” is shorthand for “Women in refrigerators,” which refers to a specific incident in the DC canon where a Green Lantern’s girlfriend is murdered and stuffed in their refrigerator… Read More Geek Girls Rule! #625 – Fridging and Why it’s a Problem
First off, Merry Christmas! Happy Hannukah! Blessed Yule and Solstice! Happy Kwanzaa! Grand Festivus! Whatever you may celebrate this time of year. Ok, so the Martian subscribed to DC Universe solely for the new Harley Quinn animated series. It’s pretty worth it. This is a cartoon for adults, so much for adults. There’s an F-bomb… Read More Geek Girls Rule! #624 – Review: Harley Quinn on DC Universe
I have not yet watched Star Trek Discovery, but I may need to for many, many reasons. One of these reasons is my raging crush on Jason Isaacs, which was made worse by hearing him call out racists and bigots who have a problem with the lead of that show being a young black woman.… Read More Geek Girls Rule! #622 – Did You Just Get Here or Something?
So, Bitch magazine had an interview with Nina MacLaughlin where she talked about how it dawned on her one day that nearly every story in Ovid’s Metamorphoses is about rape or attempted rape. She’s right. It’s always couched in terms of “deflowered her,” or “then she knew his love,” or some shit like that. But… Read More Geek Girls Rule! #620 – Review: Wake, Siren by Nina MacLaughlin
So the other night, the Geek Husband What Rules and I sat down and watched three comedy specials on Netflix: Mike Birbiglia – The New One Jenny Slate – Stage Fright Seth Meyers – Lobby Baby They were all excellent, laugh so hard you nearly pee funny. But in very different ways. And I related… Read More Geek Girls Rule #619 – The Different Roles Comedy/Comedians Fill