In recent years, fandom has grown a more and more stressful place – in part, due to the current ‘home’ of fandom: Tumblr. But can newcomer Pillowfort offer an alternative? Continue reading Pillowfort – a potted history of fandom and the internet, looking to the future.
All talk of May Day might have stopped, but the resistance is here. Continue reading The Handmaid’s Tale Season 2 Was a Story of Resistance
It’s the first MCU film since Infinity War, but does it offer us any answers? Continue reading REVIEW: Ant-Man and the Wasp
Season six hints that the end for the show is drawing near. Continue reading Orange Is the New Black – Is the End In Sight?
It’s not just about football, it’s about students who don’t think they have any other options.
Continue reading Last Chance U is a Searing Look at the American Education System
Don’t write Cerberus off as a caricature. It misses the complex picture of political activism it actually provides us with. Continue reading Cerberus and the Lessons a Fictional Terrorist Organisation still Gives Us
Fuck having a comforting community for ‘everyone’. Continue reading Gaming Forums Must Get Political
It would be more helpful if governments and global organisations put as much effort into funding rehabilitation for addictions than trying to weaponise stigma. Continue reading Gaming Addiction is Something Parents are Desperate to Make Real – But It Doesn’t Address the Truth
The most prolific comedians feel stale and scared to talk about the world we’re in. Hannah Gadsby is bringing the comedy we need. Continue reading Nanette is Exactly What Comedy Needs
Mass Effect: Andromeda deserved a kinder – and fairer – reaction. Continue reading Over a Year After Its Release Mass Effect: Andromeda Deserves to be Called a Good Game