I mentioned a feminist link-fest in the last post. To keep you interested in the issue, here is a selection of articles I think you should go read.
An excellent treatise on Bayonetta, and why “strong female characters” can be extremely sexist when they’re a product of male gaze-infused design.
Monica Speca gives Privateer Press some credit for their character designs. She also explains the difference between sexy and sexist. This post was a follow up to …
… this one, where Speca rips on the misuse of a D&D comic book character. Make sure you read the posts that are linked in the first paragraph as well.
John Scalzi tackles white male privilege. One of the simplest, most down-to-earth explanations of a complex issue I’ve ever read.
SinSynn of House of Paincakes wrote an extremely weird article. While the post itself is epic trolling, the discussion in the comments ended up interesting.
James S (sparked by SinSynns post) talks about sexy models done right.