October 14 2014
The absolutely first-ever Can't Stop the Serenity Virtual Shindig on October 15th. You're invited to the end-of-season online party/fundraiser for Can't Stop the Serenity and Equality Now. It's a great cause and a great film. More...
September 03 2012
Where are all the good female superhero movies? A Time article discusses females in comic book movies and why there needs to be more of them. Joss gets plenty of mentions.
June 26 2012
Great Women in Nerdery: A Jane Espenson Interview. Jane is chosen as a Great Woman in Nerdery and she talks about working with Joss again, what it is like to be a woman in the industry, and more... More...
June 16 2011
The top five female characters of the Whedonverse. Well according to Daemon's TV. Who features on your list? More...
September 04 2010
Women Want More Shows Like Buffy. Today show segment on "What Women Want" from television characters. Buffy used as prime example of a strong female lead. More...
August 28 2009
Men, women, and Dollhouse. Taking into account the opening disclaimers about use of generalizations, this is a pretty methodical tour through the different lenses through which different groups might view Dollhouse.
August 27 2009
Comments about, and by, Joss re: the "fangirl invasion". Newsarama looks at a posited increasing presence of women and girls in genre fandom. Joss is spoken of, and also himself quoted on the issue.
November 01 2007
The women of Whedon. "As he crafts the adventures of 'Dollhouse,' his newly announced series," writes the LA Times, "we asked Whedon to quickly rundown some his favorite female creations." Me, I'm just tickled to see Dandelion get some press.
October 07 2007
Warner Bros president of production Jeff Robinov: "We are no longer doing movies with women in the lead." Newsarama's Matt Brady highlights a recent LA Weekly article and links it to the Wonder Woman debacle. More...
September 16 2003
(SPOILER) The women of Angel. David Boreanaz tells Sci Fi Wire about the female characters in season 5 and what to expect from them.
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