June 28th, 2019 | 48 mins 25 secs
buffy, conventions, cosplay, critical geek culture, fangirls, felicia day, female representation, gamergate, geek girl reviews, geek queen, geeks, potterheads, queen of the geeks, supernatural, whovians, world of warcraft, you're never weird on the internet
Love her or hate her, Felicia Day is, without question, Queen of the Geeks! This week on Geek Herring, we're talking about her hilarious and insightful, yet neurotic, autobiography, You're Never Weird on the Internet... Almost. Listen in to find out whether or not hosts Monika and Amanda enjoyed it!
April 12th, 2019 | 48 mins 22 secs
documentary, feminism, geek feminism, geek feminist, geek girls, geek herring, geek podcast, geeks, intersectional feminism, masculinity, review, the mask you live in, toxic masculinity
While we're a geek feminist podcast, it's so important to understand why toxic masculinity exists. Though not the norm for most men, toxic masculinity is so hate filled and violent that it breeds and seeps its way through society and culture as a whole. But why does it happen?
April 5th, 2019 | 1 hr 16 secs
25 episodes, celebrate, geek, geek feminism, geek girls, geek herring, geek podcast, geeks
Our critical geek culture podcast is officially 6 months old! Thank you so much for joining us for the last 25 episodes. We're celebrating what it means to be a geek feminist and what avenues hosting Geek Herring has opened up for us.
March 29th, 2019 | 34 mins 3 secs
geek feminism, geek girl in the news, geek girl news, geek podcast, geeks, geeky news, intersectional feminism, intersectionality, monthly news, news, spacewalk, women in astro
The latest and greatest geek girl news in March 2019 covers the Women’s History Month, NBA 2k draft picks, history’s first all female spacewalk (however since recording, has been cancelled due to incorrect space suit size!), Brie Larson’s directorial debut, and Final Fantasy XIV race confirmations!
March 8th, 2019 | 1 hr 22 mins
book review, books, fantasy, fantasy books, fitz and the fool, geek girl reviews, geeks, gender bending, gender roles, high fantasy, lgbtq
Get your high fantasy on with Geek Herring as we talk all about our love and respect for Robin Hobb and her 16 book epic, The Realm of the Elderlings. The reasons we truly adore these books might surprise you: they’re full of gender bending characters, moral decisions, LGBTQ+ themes, and challenging stereotypes. Don’t worry if you haven’t read the books yet - the first 45 minutes of this saga of an episode are completely SPOILER FREE.
March 1st, 2019 | 39 mins 57 secs
brie larson, captain marvel, feminism, gamers, geek feminism, geek girls, geeks, intersectional feminism, intersectionality, streaming, tech, trolls, twitch, women in tech
The latest and greatest geek girl news in February 2019 covers the Oscars, Twitch etiquette, awesome female scientists curing disease, how to make your tech team more intersectional, strong ass viking women, and Captain Marvel!
February 8th, 2019 | 28 mins 3 secs
critical discussion, discourse, feminist, ffxiv, final fantasy, geeks
Final Fantasy XIV is an MMO that has taken the manga world by storm. While the franchise has been around almost as long as video games have, the online realm has growing fanbase -- and for good reason! Their latest addition of the Viera race has us raising our eyebrows, however.
February 1st, 2019 | 54 mins 26 secs
geek culture, geek girl in the news, geek girls, geeks, january 2019
Geek Girl in the News looks at the awesome or not so awesome news that will make you go either: "YAY" or "OMG I can't believe that." The latest and greatest news in January 2019 covers Overwatch gender scandals, that Gillette commercial, studies about brainy tasks and gender, Indian female empowerment, sex toys, Mortal Kombat, and Ghostbusters!
January 25th, 2019 | 51 mins 25 secs
conventions, cosplay, critical geek culture, fangirls, female representation, geek girl reviews, geeks, potterheads, sam maggs, the fangirl's guide to the galaxy, whovians
In the new format: Geek Girl Reviews we are talking about "The Fangirl's Guide to the Galaxy" written by Sam Maggs. As an introductory guide, the book helps geek girls and those who one to be one, to find their kind, identify other's like them, how to conquer conventions and much more. Tune in to hear what the hosts Amanda and Monika have to say about it.
January 18th, 2019 | 36 mins 52 secs
critical geek culture, geek culture, geek discourse, geek girls, geek herring, geeks
Geek girls - how often have you tried to buy clothes of your favourite geeky things only to find that they don't exist for you -- or the little girls in your life? Gendered and preferential clothing has affected all of us female identifying geeks at one point or another. And while things are looking up for us (hello Her Universe) what about for the little geeks in our lives?