Web Crush Wednesdays: Feminist Jabberwocky

jr9fangirls1111Do you sometimes despair of ever educating everyone in your life in intersectional feminist rhetoric? For every person that you successfully inform about the racial biases of the wage gap or the double-edged sword of slut-shaming and virgin-shaming, there’s another friend or family member who still persists in thinking all Muslims are women-hating terrorists. It’s exhausting, right?

Thankfully, the internet is here to help.

Feminist Jabberwocky is, in the words of creators Adam and Adora Prince:

[The] feminist version of Send Your Enemies Glitter. Simply input whatever oppressive, kyriarchical belief your friends or family are holding to into our frumious processors, and the Jabberwocky software puts together a vorpal and properly-sourced dissent.

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Did You Geek Out This April Fools’ Day?

Luce: Another April Fools’ Day has come and gone, and I’ve listened to Never Gonna Give You Up approximately way too many times since then. Fortunately, there were some awesome pranks out there aside from endless song repetitions, and I’d love to share my favorites with you.

Obviously I had to mention this one. Google has a history of amazing April Fools’ pranks, but god, couldn’t this one have been true? Maybe I’ve just watched way too much Twitch Plays Pokémon, but I swear my heart did a little pokéjig of its own when I saw this. They even put all the Pokémon in geographically viable locations! Someday augmented reality will actually become a viable part of games, and when that happens, Pokémon has got to be the first game they make—but until then, at least I can become a phone Pokémon Master.

I may have fallen out of love with Supernatural, but Castiel will always and forever be my favorite character, especially since they brutally killed off Kevin Tran. (Still not over it.) That’s why this image from troll master Orlando Jones was simultaneously amazing and heartbreaking. Castiel and Captain Irving teaming up to fight zombies and snark at each other? Sign me up. I mean, a few months back, Supernatural’s Robbie Thompson even wrote a faux crossover script with Almost Human, Sleepy Hollow, and Supernatural, so that’s basically SuperSleepy, right? What is stopping Cas from breaking Irving out of jail for real and then swooping off together to complain about the respective protagonists of their shows? Nothing, that’s what. Nothing except the cold hard slap of reality.

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