Just in time for me to go on vacation (thank god), my latest piece for Luna Luna surfaces! I originally called it “A Breakup Letter to New York.” … Continue readingLuna Luna: A Goodbye Letter to New York
She continued walking around her apartment for a good twenty minutes in various states of undress…I was mesmerized the entire time. I let myself think that she had seen me watching her, and it’s entirely possible that she did, at some point…But… I don’t have her explicit consent, you guys! Am I being a bad feminist? … Continue readingMy New Neighbor (likes to be naked by her window, and I’m conflicted about it)
I sat down with the co-creator and writer of M3 and The Unauthorized Biography of Winston Churchill: A Documentary, and writer on Marvel’s Revenge: The Secret Origin of Emily Thorne, to talk about making comics independently, as a woman. We also discussed baked goods, salmon, her co-creators, keeping all your e-mails on your phone, and lots more! … Continue readingInterview with Erica Schultz on Luna Luna!
What is it that makes the display of the female body for consumption permissible, so long as nipples and pubic hair are not specifically shown? Why is it that women’s bodies can be sexual, so long as they’re never shown actually having sex? Why can’t we own our bodies and do what we want to with them, instead of having some artist or publisher or consumer tell us what’s ok? … Continue readingNew York Comic Con: Post 2 — Boobs are OK, but not BOOBS
I’d like to think this guy recognized me from my feminist blogging online persona, but something about his behavior makes me think he was just too much of a creep to enjoy taking permission-granted photos of cosplayers. I think he got a thrill out of taking unwitting, non-consensual photos of con attendees who weren’t in costume. Because that’s more of a thrill. I think I was one of them. I think I am creeped out. … Continue readingI Went to New York Comic Con, and All I Got Were These Observations