Tag Archive | diversity
More on diversity with my co-host Chapomon:
Tweet of the Day: Character Motivation Thesaurus Entry: Finding Friendship or Companionship Wondering what I have been up to between tropes posts? Well, I have been doing a podcast on gaming. So without further ado….
Tweet of the Day: A Review of Read Only Memories: A New Cyberpunk Adventure ——- Torgersen often notes in interviews that he’s been married to an African-American woman for 21 years, so “I don’t need some know-it-all to come lecture me about race stuff,” he tells me. Torgersen says the Hugos are beset by identity […]
Tweet of the Day: The Rise of Science Fiction Romance ——- This is the kind of post that normally belongs under Space for Rent, but I thought it was better to fire it off now before the idea turned stale inside my brain. It came about because I made the stupid mistake of commenting […]
Tweet of the Day: The Hugo Awards Were Always Political. But Now They’re Only Political. ——- You know, I was ready to dig into the whole Puppy Gate/Hugo Award mess. But here is the thing, I have written extensively about in the past, from other “gates” to sci-fi ghettos, and diversity in general. I […]
I’ve said this before but it bears repeating: If there is a month dedicated to Black History, don’t say, “What about a White History Month?” If there is a discussion about sexual assault/abuse of women, don’t ask, “What about male rape?” If someone is pointing the problems in Nation X, don’t say, “It’s worse […]
Tweet of the Day: The Islamic Roots of Science Fiction ——- What do I mean when I say, “boxing?” I mean that you take a group, such as members of the LGBT community and dropped them in a cultural box for the convenience of those outside of the group, in other words, stereotyping. […]