Tags: , , , , , , ,

Characters and Likability: I Don’t Have to Like You, But…

Characters and Likability: I Don’t Have to Like You, But…

A number of interconnected items have popped up on my radar the past little while. This one here, an article by Kameron Hurley called “In Defense of Unlikeable Women,” has hit the nail on the head for me. I won’t get into […]

Continue Reading

A Quick Glance at Writing Books by Women and Men

A Quick Glance at Writing Books by Women and Men

I have to start off by saying I am woefully generalizing in this post. However, I think my initial thoughts are going to allow me to delve into deeper territory once I start looking into it. Let’s call this post […]

Continue Reading

Gendered Actions

Gendered Actions

Before I even start, I want to reiterate that I don’t really believe in the constructs of gender beyond the roles society does its best to force us into. Delineations of boys-only or girls-only anything is stupid. However, social constructs, when […]

Continue Reading