I don't have time for a full blown post today but this is just some stuff that caught my eye this week, so far:
Manola Dargis' piece about the gradual disappearance of women from film.
Too Sense has a bunch of new posts up, including one about the latest craziness from Jonah Goldberg.
There's also a post from Jack & Jill, taking a closer look at that recent Wright/Obama poll.
And, of course, some of the new blogs I'm reading:
And there's the always reliable Negrophile, who is just a compendium of articles and news about brown folk. I still don't know how he has the time to do this!
The big comic book movie season is beginning and, inevitably, I wonder, 'Gee. Sometimes I think representations of race and gender could be better in comics. But since I don't see women or people of color represented within the comics world, we must not exist. Golly, we must not be comics' audience.' (roll of eyes.) Ridiculous.
So here are some women and bloggers of color I've been reading, lately, in the world of geekiness:
Afrogeeks (the post about the voicemail his friend left about McCain just about made me snort out my coffee.)
Written World (this post contrasting the self-policing the geek/comics community enacted when the lame Boob Project popped up vs. the lack of self-policing within the feminist community during Marcotte-gate led me to read her other posts and I think she rocks - and she's a Green Arrow fan!)
From Written World, I came across this PoC Sci Fi Carnival and it's also very cool: links to all things sci-fi, geekery and through a lens of race. Excellent; I can't wait to explore more of the links and really see what people are writing about.
Glyphs, a blog on PopCultureShock, on the Black Comics Community.