Feminism and Joss Whedon: Death and Character Abuse

Welcome to the next post in the Feminism and Joss Whedon series! Since there have been some problems with this before: this is a series about viewing Joss Whedon through a feminist lens. You do not need to be a feminist to comment on posts in this series, but you do need to have a […]

Feminism and Joss Whedon: Angel (Part Two)

(This post is continued from “Joss Whedon and Feminism: Angel (Part One).” Earlier entries in the Joss Whedon and Feminism series are: “Is Joss Whedon a Feminist? The Women of Firefly/Serenity,” “Is Joss Whedon a Feminist? Buffy and Female Empowerment,” “Feminism and Joss Whedon: The Demon Women & Slayers of Buffy,” and “Feminism and Joss […]

Feminism and Joss Whedon: Angel (Part One)

(The earlier entries in this series are “Is Joss Whedon a Feminist? The Women of Firefly/Serenity,” “Is Joss Whedon a Feminist? Buffy and Female Empowerment,” “Feminism and Joss Whedon: The Demon Women & Slayers of Buffy,” and “Feminism and Joss Whedon: Misogynist Villains in the Whedonverse.” They are not required reading, although if you haven’t […]

Feminism and Joss Whedon: Misogynist Villains in the Whedonverse

(The earlier entries in this series are “Is Joss Whedon a Feminist? The Women of Firefly/Serenity,” “Is Joss Whedon a Feminist? Buffy and Female Empowerment,” and “Joss Whedon and Feminism: The Demon Women and Slayers of Buffy.” They are not required reading, although please note that these posts are very, very, very long, so you […]