I am excited to say that My good friend Maribel who has a fabulous blog on all things Geek GeekyVoyage.Com will be working on a weekly podcast where we will talk about anything and everything and hopefully have some other Geek Girls join us every once and a while.
As I have mentioned before, I have been reading Director Lexi Alexander’s blog and this particular part moved me. She has inspired me, and given me hope because she speaks truth and she directs in the genre that I want to work in and isn’t afraid to speak her mind about controversial subjects
If we want the world to not judge us by our looks, sexual preference, color or creed. If we are asking to be taken seriously, and to be considered for our talent and accomplishments alone, then the first step starts with us! as women- doing that for ourselves!
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Now that we are in the time of technology where easy research is at the tip of our fingers and because we have reached an time when media is truly shaping minds, I have seen that when Historical Fiction projects come to light, that there will be people wise enough to seek out what the truth is.
Gender Bias in Hollywood is a Vicious Circle. The solution to this very real problem is going to take a very real solution. Not just passing the buck.
The season finale offers much intrigue, and danger, and a fair amount of humor in a multi plot cliff hanger. Now I have to wait and stew another year for season 4 to come along but damn if this season wasn’t the best of season of them all. Definitely worth spending a few days on Netflix checking out.
I felt an urgency to write about this movie, because I was totally offended by it and I pretty much cried all the way through it. Maybe because I have felt like a “Duff” most of my life and I think that there are many people who can relate to that feeling.
After binge watching 10 seasons of Supernatural I am definitely excited to see what season 11 brings to it.
Then maybe I can look at everything on a whole. I have to say that 1-5 I believe are the best Seasons.. Six is good.. 7 is awful horrible and I couldn’t stomach most of it.. 8 and 9 are back on point.. perhaps a little bit overly aggressive in plot arcs while trying to also fit in the whole […]