durrymuncher:

we have three distinct races in this fantasy story: white people, dwarves: who are sort of like… short white people, and elves: slightly taller-than-average white people with pointy ears

(via acceber74)

Please take a :23 second look at the trailer for our new web series MisSpelled.

MisSpelled is about five girls who mysteriously get powers and have to learn to deal with them and each other. It features an all women of color cast and we hope it offers you some giggles and goosegumps!

Three episodes are out now!

Promo Ep

1st Ep

2nd Ep

Follow us here at thewitchesofmisspelled.tumblr.com for all other updates!

todgast:

Hoshi Sato appreciation post
     - requested by keptyn

(via scifi-women)

medievalpoc:

leeandlow submitted to medievalpoc:




The Diversity Gap in the highest grossing science fiction and fantasy films. Sad, right? You can see the full study here.

I highly recommend reading the entire article.
from the infographic:
Among the top 100 domestic grossing films:• only 8% of films star a protagonist of color• of the 8 protagonists of color, all are men; 6 are played by Will Smith and 1 is a cartoon character (Aladdin)• 0% of protagonists are women of color• 0% of protagonists are LGBTQ• 1% of protagonists are people with a disability

medievalpoc:

leeandlow submitted to medievalpoc:

The Diversity Gap in the highest grossing science fiction and fantasy films. Sad, right? You can see the full study here.

I highly recommend reading the entire article.

from the infographic:

Among the top 100 domestic grossing films:

• only 8% of films star a protagonist of color
• of the 8 protagonists of color, all are men; 6 are played by Will Smith and 1 is a cartoon character (Aladdin)
• 0% of protagonists are women of color
• 0% of protagonists are LGBTQ
• 1% of protagonists are people with a disability

(via eatingsoapboxes)

Leena being… Leena

(via dangercupcakemurdericing)

60 Black Women In Horror Writing

sumikosaulson:

60 Black Women In Horror Writing

Sumiko Saulson:

A really cool article / review of 60 Black Women in Horror Writing …

Originally posted on Illuminite Caliginosus:

This book, 60 Black Women In Horror, is something of an eye-opener.  Let’s face it: other than Octavia Butler and L.A. Banks, the number of black women known for writing anything other than Urban Romance and whatnot is mighty damn slim.   I’ll admit to the shortcoming…

View On WordPress

(via thisisntmyrealhair)