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#Fifteen days into the publishing jungle. Sixteen #queries submitted with two #rejections. Both form rejection emails. That’s two closer to an acceptance. For those of you that don’t know the process, here are the steps: 136 more words


Some of my best friends are white males

In my Twitter journeys this morning, I happened across an article from Todd VanDerWerff in which he recommends USA’s new show “Mr. Robot” as an alternative specifically to viewers who have put up with enough from “True Detective.” 684 more words


Representation of women in ancient Greek mythology

“Myth has two functions.”

“The first to answer awkward questions posed by children, such as ‘Who made the world?’”

“The second, to justify an existing social system and account for traditional rights and customs.” 860 more words

Sailor Senshi and the Crystal Gems (an exploration into childhood and gender)

When I was a child, I really loved Sailor Moon. True, I also liked DBZ and Reboot and a handful of other Toonami cartoons, and I enjoyed my fair share of Invader Zim, Dexter’s Lab, the Powerpuff Girls, and the occasional Hanna Barbera reruns–I was a cartoon junkie, you see–but Sailor Moon held a special place in my heart. 926 more words


Taxation Without Representation


Donald Sutherland blasts ruling on long-term expats’ right to vote
Octogenarian Emmy- and Genie-winner outlines Canadian credentials in Globe and Mail op-ed article
CBC News Posted: Jul 28, 2015 2:36 PM ET Last Updated: Jul 28, 2015 2:36 PM ET… 533 more words

Historical Accuracy & Video Games: The Actual Facts

One of the recent issues in the gaming industry that has been at the forefront of arguments is representation, especially in terms of gender, sexuality, and race. 1,665 more words