Fiction’s Fearless Females: Rey

I have heard that the opposite of love is fear, not hate, which may be first emotion that comes to mind due to the love/hate analogies we often make. If we go by that assumption, then someone who is fearless, or without fear, is someone who loves immensely. When asked by My Comic Relief to … Continue reading Fiction’s Fearless Females: Rey

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Emasculating Poe

I was wandering the internet the other day and stumbled upon a section of fans, mostly male, who were furious over Vice Admiral Holdo's treatment of Poe. Namely, that she didn't tell him her plans for escaping the First Order and that she "belittled" him and "emasculated" him. Which made me wonder - if the … Continue reading Emasculating Poe

Haiku Me Friday! Tatooine

It would be foolish not to mention Tatooine in my month of planet haikus and a part of me really thought I should put Tatooine first on my list. This sums up the perfect description of the planet: Han: I think my eyes are getting better. Instead of a big dark blur, I see a … Continue reading Haiku Me Friday! Tatooine

Nature vs. Nurture

Let’s discuss something that has never been discussed before in the history of humankind or Star Wars: Nature vs. Nurture. (yes, that was sarcasm) My husband said to me the other day, “I wish I could have known your grandfather. I feel like he is to blame for a lot of your controlling tendencies.” That … Continue reading Nature vs. Nurture

Solo: A Star Wars Review

I liked it. A lot. I thought the movie was good fun and a much-needed break within the Star Wars universe that has lately become too serious. That’s not too say it wasn’t serious – it was, and I believe most of the movie had a serious undertone – but when I think back on … Continue reading Solo: A Star Wars Review