November 8th, 2019 | 1 hr 38 secs
feminist, geek girl, geek herring, geeks, interview, mmorpg, podcaster, roleplay, strong female characters, warcraft, world of warcraft
It's been a year since we've spoken with Sil, host of Warcraft podcast Whispers of War, and we're so excited to catch up and see what she's been up to this year! This episode is all about podcasting and playing on a Warcraft roleplaying server!
September 27th, 2019 | 47 mins 54 secs
blizzard, blizzard entertainment, bwoh, content creator, esports, gamer girl, geek girl, geek girl in the news, geek girls, gender discrimination, grandmasters, hearthstone, indie games, interview, mdi, pathra, podcast, podcaster, twitch, twitch partner, video games
Rising up the ladder, hitting Legend, topping the Badass Women of Hearthstone league, and competing weekly in the Hearthstone GrandMasters is a journey, but not one without an emotional rollercoaster. We're joined by Pathra Cadness who's sharing her experience as a professional eSports athlete, currently competing at the GrandMasters!
September 13th, 2019 | 1 hr 9 mins
artist, geek culture, geekdom, interview, seageart
Geek feminism is about issues that affect women across geek culture... and sometimes, those issues also affect the awesome geeky dudes in our community. Today, we're talking with Seage, an artist whose art styles mainly around drawing beautiful women in fantasy settings.
August 23rd, 2019 | 1 hr 3 mins
blizzard, blizzard entertainment, content creator, gamer girl, geek girl, geek girl in the news, geek girls, gender discrimination, indie games, interview, mdi, podcast, podcaster, thyst, video games, warcraft, world of warcraft, wow
Running two successful Blizzard positive podcasts, building a super supportive community, and working in gaming, all while dealing with anxiety and depression can definitely be hard! But our guest today, the incredible Thyst of Lagging Balls, makes it all look easy and completely natural.
November 30th, 2018 | 1 hr 27 mins
critical geek culture, geek culture, geek girl, interview, video games
The soundtracks that bring our video games to life are mindblowingly awesome and can be completely life-changing to listen to. Would it surprise you to learn that almost 90% of game music is written by men? Women, like today’s guest Karina Pardus from Coy Compositions, are challenging gender inequality in music composition.