Ebony Aster – Feminist Frequency

Ebony Aster

Operations Director and rogue snuffleupagus

Geek Girls, Assemble!
  The FemFreq team had a great weekend in Seattle at GeekGirlCon 2017, and we’ve got the pictures to prove it! We had a dynamite time getting to talk to long-standing FemFreq supporters, and meeting new folks who wanted to learn more about what we do. On Saturday, we held a panel called “Pop Culture Playback,” […]
FREQ #17: Ann Leckie Imagines A World Without Gender
  Our latest issue of the FREQ newsletter features an interview with the fascinating Ann Leckie, who wrote her critically-acclaimed and best-selling debut novel, Ancillary Justice, when she was a stay-at-home mom well into her 40s without any published work to her name. The novel explores a fantastical universe through the eyes of a sentient AI […]
UK Conference Inducts Anita Into European Women in Games Hall of Fame
Anita delivered the keynote address at the 2017 Women in Games Conference at the East London Arts and Music Academy on September 6th. Women in Games is a non-profit, games industry diversity organization, and their recent conference drew over 40 speakers and panelists to discuss the diverse talent within the games industry.  The conference, which aims “to educate […]
FREQ #16: Amber Galloway Gallego: Turning Music into Sign Language
Each month, FREQ will bring you the latest news and updates from Feminist Frequency, as well as interviews with some of the most inspiring women in media, activism, and beyond. This month, we’re talking to Amber Galloway Gallego. An ASL interpreter by trade, her vibrant, impassioned translations of concerts by artists like Kendrick Lamar and The Red Hot […]
Senior Citizen: Gender, Infirmity and Horror
You wouldn’t know it from the amount of time I spend thinking, talking, and writing about horror cinema, but I’m actually not a huge horror fan. I’ll spend hours falling through a TV Tropes or Wikipedia rabbit hole reading plot summary after plot summary, but what I’m looking for are spoilers and someone else to do […]
We’re Working On It!
We know that a lot of you are waiting on the latest episode of The FREQ Show to drop, and we want to reassure you that it’s coming! Unfortunately, we were hit with a copyright claim on our latest video, so we’ve filed a fair use claim to resolve the issue as soon as we can. […]
FREQ #15: G. Willow Wilson: Diversity is Realism
Each month, FREQ will bring you the latest news and updates from Feminist Frequency, as well as interviews with some of the most inspiring women in media, activism, and beyond. This month, we’re talking to G. Willow Wilson, a novelist and comic book creator, about her phenomenally popular creation, Ms. Marvel; the role religion can play […]
Så coolt! Anita Speaks at Geek Girl MeetUp in Sweden
Anita spoke with some great folks in Stockholm at Geek Girl MeetUp on May 13 about gaming, the future of pop culture, and the theme of geek evolution! Geek Girl Meetup is a non-profit organization for geek girls interested in the web, coding, and business development. Its purpose is to create new networks and promote female role models in the […]
FREQ #14: Colleen Macklin and the Politics of Fun
Each month, FREQ will bring you the latest news and updates from Feminist Frequency, as well as interviews with some of the most inspiring women in media, activism, and beyond. This month, we’re talking to Colleen Macklin, a professor and game designer making incredible games that explore culture, communication and the world around us. Make sure […]
Absolutely Badasses: Looking Back on Vasquez, 30 Years Later
My parents’ attitude toward selecting films to watch on family movie nights was pretty loose when I was young. They’d refined the criteria a bit more by the time my brother was able to sit up by himself and keep his eyes focused; but when I was little, the only real rule was no nudity below […]
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