[The Carnival of Feminist Science Fiction and Fantasy is held roughly once a month, with rotating hosts.]
Aside from the wealth of posts listed from The Hathor Legacy in Part II, I reviewed some of the older carnivals, and found that there were older posts on the topic that should probably be brought back out into the light.
- Where No Woman Has Gone Before (on the “Calamity Jane” of Star Trek: The Next Generation)
- Must See Video (Joss Whedon on Strong Women)
- What is Science Fiction? (the history of science fiction from a feminist perspective)
- The Cult of Princess Leia’s Metal Bikini
- BSG part 2 – femina ex machina (contains an excellent quote: Humanity is ‘very, very good at dehumanizing their enemy to justify their own needs,’)
- My Love Affair with the Almost Love Affair Between Starbuck and Apollo (“Battlestar Gallactica doesn’t condescend to its women fighters”)
- Would you like some racism with your sci-fi?
- Is Joss Whedon Feminist enough?
- SPACE CHICKS: An alternative history of the future
- Agency, Chivalry, and Self-Replicating Men: Another Look at Gender in the ‘Verse
- The Complex and Terrifying Reality of Star Wars Fandom (Star Wars fans hate Star Wars)
- My First Idol (Princess Leia)
- The Reason We Are Relocating To Indiana on Tuesday (loves Leia)