The untold story of American superheroines

Yesterday, I wrote about the need for women writers and artists in comic books, highlighting a very successful Kickstarter project, Womanthology. The project was so successful that they have an offshoot. A documentary about female super heroes that premiered at South by Southwest 2012: Wonder Women! The Untold Story of American Superheroines traces the fascinating evolution and …

The Great Gray Female War (for Boomers)

To continue my silvercat journey┬áI’ve found a piece in Time Magazine called the War Over Going Gray. Written by author Anne Kreamer of the book Going Gray, which I hope to read/review. It points out, among other things, that men prefer women with gray hair… It Begins “In 2005, at the age of 48 and …

She's Geeky…It's Personal

My story: I was born on a Sunday afternoon to Linda and Charlie Senger. My parents met when my mom was transferred to my dad’s division when her boss wouldn’t promote her because she was – a woman. My dad had a package on his desk addressed to his good friend from college, who turned …

She’s Geeky…It’s Personal

My story: I was born on a Sunday afternoon to Linda and Charlie Senger. My parents met when my mom was transferred to my dad’s division when her boss wouldn’t promote her because she was – a woman. My dad had a package on his desk addressed to his good friend from college, who turned …

Feminism and Passive Sexism

A political leader (from Greek “polis”) is an individual who is involved in influencing public decision making. That’s me. I can’t help it. I was born this way. Believe me, too, I have hated it in myself. Still it has influenced everything I’ve done in my life. Up to this point I have been very …