In the world of “what might have been”, we found out that there were women fighter pilots cut from Star Wars, Return of the Jedi.
In response to a movement by a thirteen-year-old named McKenna Pope, Hasbro will be releasing a gender neutral line of Easy-Bake Ovens!
Jill Filipovic at the Guardian is displeased with the Good Men Project for their publishing and support of accounts by an unrepentant rapist.
Anne Hathaway’s response to Matt Lauer’s question about her “wardrobe malfunction” photos (e.g. creepshots) was classy and well-composed.
Meteorologist Rhonda Lee was fired for responding to a Facebook comment complaining about the length and state of her hair. Can we stop firing people for objecting to racism and sexism, please?
Cracked hit it out of the park with their post on “The 7 Most Ridiculous Things About Calling Out Fake Fangirls”.
The world didn’t end AND we’re getting a fifth edition of the Shadowrun RPG (among other goodies from Catalyst Game Labs)? Awesome!
We received a note from some people at Charles Darwin University (Australia) regarding an anonymous study being administered about identification with and preferences for internet avatars. They’re looking for men and women over 18, fluent in written and spoken English, and it should be about 20 minutes long. If you’re interested in the study, check out the information page.