I’m a writer in my 20s, trying to figure out love, life, and how to get the most out of my history degree. I love research and analyzing the heck out of every single piece of media I consume so expect a lot of that here.
I’ve got an an opinion on basically everything. If you like strong opinions, candid talk about mental/physical health and trauma, and the occasional ode to Dick Grayson’s butt, then you’ll probably love me. This blog focuses on analysis of nerdy media, book reviews, and lots of commentary about race in fandom and the source media that spawns our favorite fandoms.
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Monthly Archives: July 2017
I have returned with another bunch of links that I found interesting, useful, and awesome! This July, much of the reading I did was on intersections of race and sexuality. Several of the articles that I read talk about homophobia … Continue reading
Iirin receives a visitor that will change his life forever. On the Moonsday morning that changed Iirin’s life, the kitchen that fed the temple-orphanage’s dozens of inhabitants was empty. The lack of noise and of the usual clattering noises of … Continue reading
Note about future access: The next two installments of this story are super NSFW and will be behind a password. If you’re over 18 and want to see where the story goes, you can get in touch with me via … Continue reading
You’ve heard it here folks, I’m giving Patreon a second try! This time, I have a schedule planned out for the next twelve months and a snazzy (if silly) video that talks about who I am and what I hope to … Continue reading
So I’m trying something new by making an audio review following my second viewing of Spider-Man: Homecoming! Right now I don’t have a way to transcribe the audio, but f I ever get to a place where I can afford … Continue reading
The news that Broadchurch actress Jodie Whittaker has been cast as the Doctor’s thirteenth regeneration is great, but I have to point out that it’s also primarily a step forward for WHITE women as women of color don’t get chosen to head … Continue reading
Note: This installment of Urban Fantasy 101 deals with racism and slavery and was written in April for a grad school assignment. People – writers and otherwise – romanticize a lot of weird (and beyond problematic) shit. From novels … Continue reading
Content Notes: This piece focuses on a conversation about child sexual abuse (CSA) by Catholic priests and a joke about “Catholic school girls” alongside talking about rape and CSA survivors in the Anita Blake series and how they’re treated. I … Continue reading