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Book reviews by me. Email me at alan at gmail dot com. Nola Darling, free and independent, juggled three male lovers; each was jealous of the others and wanted her all for himself. She finally gave up her lifestyle, chose one like she was supposed to, then announced she'd be celibate, and that didn't work either. Not exactly a poly-themed flick. Now Lee is bringing Nola back in a Netflix series with the same name.

It releases on Thanksgiving Day November Nola, played this time by DeWanda Wise , has the same three guys. The movie launched Lee's career; will his approach to multi-relationshipping have evolved in the last 31 years?

This series is going to affect us, because its publicity uses our identity and language front and center. This will be interesting — maybe a great solopoly representation, maybe a problem where we'll have to correct a public misuse of our defining term, maybe something else. Professor Marston and the Wonder Women continues to get good notices, especially from the polyamory world, even as attendance sinks after a poor opening week. Perhaps one problem was that four other biopics opened the same week, based on characters from Thurgood Marshall to Winnie the Pooh.

This week Marston is showing in theaters compared to 1, when it opened. Go see it while you can. You really don't want to miss this. It's not often the poly community sees themselves represented fairly on screen, but Professor Marston 's message is clear: Polyamory is both sustainable and respectable. Take the idea of a "hall pass," like in the film Hall Pass, or the film Permission, in which an open marriage is used as a device for the primary partners to come back to each other.

Non-committal sex with multiple partners pops up throughout film history, especially in comedies, like Friends With Benefits and No Strings Attached The dramedy Sleeping With Other People follows a womanizer who meets his match in a serial cheater, but they ultimately find monogamy in each other. Communal living situations have been touched on, like in David Wain's Wanderlust However, the people of the commune are seen as freakish by the conventional protagonists, and the male character is shamed for his wandering mind and libido.

And unlike A Home at the End of the World , Professor Marston 's poly relationship doesn't break due to jealousy. The few times when polyamory has been portrayed positively in film, it hasn't been placed front-and-center in quite the way it is in Professor Marston. Woody Allen's Vicky Cristina Barcelona features a polyamorous triad that's balanced, respectful, and doesn't crumble due to monogamous covetousness — but it's not a driving plot.

Conversely, Oliver Stone's Savages positions a polyamorous triad as the central focus, but the film was criticized by bloggers in the community for its nebulous, thoughtless view of multiple partner-relationships. While films like Savages and Vicky Cristina Barcelona feel voyeuristic and at times lewd, sex scenes in Professor Marston overflow with intimacy, sensuality and respect. This was intentional; Robinson told VICE that she focused on shooting the characters' faces and desires, rather than their body parts The Wonder Woman creator's biopic is an enormous milestone in representation.

Non-monogamous relationships [have been] almost exclusively the purview of lying cheaters — which is not polyamory, that's just cheating — and bizarre weirdos meant to be an object of derision or comic relief.

The sexually aggressive swingers from Rough Night come to mind. The Power of Three Oct. The modern poly movement is largely considered to be a feminist movement. Most of its more vocal "leaders" are women and nonbinary people, with only a handful of cismale names attached to the shaping of our communities and our philosophies. When women find a community that embraces our sexuality and our relationship freedom, we choose multiple partnerships of our own. I felt this fact of the polyamory experience was paralleled in the movie itself.

The movie title only names the man and implies the women, but throughout the movie, it is the women who drive the relationship. I feel that this is the experience of many women in the poly community — overlooked and dismissed by society as being accessories to the men's fantasy, but in reality being the driving force in their own relationships.

Bill Marston, as the person with the most social power, gives the women the space to decide their fate, and make decisions they do. While "Victoria" combines nuggets of amazing historical truth and filmmaker creativity to create touching, funny encounters between people whom moviegoers quickly care about, "Marston" seems unable to figure out even what factoids might intrigue viewers. It's even less able to give its fine cast any consistent, evolving people to play. The central threesome talk in cliches and make repeated snap decisions that seem to come from nowhere, only to contradict themselves minutes later.

But Marston is chiefly reminiscent of Greg Kinnear's crackpot motivational speaker from "Little Miss Sunshine" — all gimmick and no substance — so using his half-baked theory to guide the screenplay is forced and foolish. I've pointed out some of the reasons to think that this blander version is a real stretch; so has Wonder Women book author Noah Berlatsky.

Least convincing is Christie's memory that in their elderly years, Elizabeth and Olive didn't present as anything more than sisterly best friends living together. By then they would have spent decades acting that role, which would have been necessary in an era when homosexual relations were not only scandalous but a crime punishable by years in prison.

In fact, Elizabeth and Olive were extremely private about the nature of the household; they even kept the parentage of Olive's children secret from all the children long after they were grown.

This is Christie's most coherent presentation I've seen. The women's relationship aside, she clearly has the facts with her when she disputes the liberties Robinson took with details of how the Wonder Woman character was created.

She also says that she's involved with another proposed treatment of the story that's currently being shopped around by a woman unnamed. It was a rude surprise to see the film promoted as "the true story. The film depicts Elizabeth and Dots [Olive] as lovers, with William as a third party in their beds. The relationship Robinson's basis for turning my grandmother and Dots into lovers may be that they continued to live together after William's death.

The reality of the matter was that there really were not a lot of options at that immediate point in time. There were kids to feed and bills to pay. Gram worked while Dots directed the four kids. After the kids were out of the house, the two women chose to share a household. They were best friends, so close as to be sisters. Mine is not the viewpoint of a small child with a sweet old lady grandmother. We had a very close relationship.

Silly societal taboos on sex and sexual preferences was a topic we covered thoroughly. Gram was very open minded, and conversed clearly and freely. Gram was a firm believer that people should do whatever they damned well pleased; the only stipulation being maturity and consent. Gram and Dots not only lacked that connectivity which couples have, but would have had no reason to hide. As to arguments that the relationship as imagined by Robinson's film could possibly be true: I do agree that nobody can ever say what somebody else lived.

I can never swear that she and Olive never connected sexually, but I can say with Something that I came to realize over the past few days in the wake of the new film is just how much interest people have in the Marston family. People have been asking me about the family for years, but it had never really hit me until now. There were so many fans disappointed to learn that the film was not true; they had planned on seeing it to find out more about the family and how Wonder Woman came to exist.

To all of the many who told me that I needed to get the true story out, I will say this: There is a project being pitched which I will endorse if it comes to fruition. It comes from many, many years of very extensive research by a woman of integrity. Read the whole column Oct. The film is about the man who created Wonder Woman and the two women in his life that inspired one of the most iconic, incredible superheroes of our time.

When I first learned of the story, it looked like it was a story of a man who had a wife and a mistress. Then I came across this one core sentence… Olive and Elizabeth lived together for 38 years after Marston died. That was the moment I realized I was writing a love story. Three people came together and formed a family. Marston drew inspiration out of his beautiful, complicated life. My film is based on a true story. I conducted firsthand research for the film.

There are some known facts about Marston and his family. But like any work based on history, I took creative license to best tell the story from my own personal understanding and point of view. I very much understand if the Marston family, friends or fans have issues with the liberties I took to craft this film.

That is fair game. But I am alarmed that some of the intense focus of criticism is around my portrayal of Olive and Elizabeth as bisexual and their relationship with William Moulton Marston as polyamorous. I did not arrive at that conclusion in a vacuum. As Noah Bertlatsky, writes in his article on my film: She did not respond to my efforts to connect and to my knowledge has not seen the film.

I have a lot of compassion for the family because it must be alienating to see people you love depicted on screen, but I proudly stand by my interpretation. Hopefully, with all the new interest in Wonder Woman and the remarkable family who birthed her, more materials may emerge that will settle the question of the women's actual relationship once and for all.

More of William Marston's personal papers are becoming available. Harvard's Schlesinger Library has announced that it is sorting and preparing two collection of his papers recently donated by Olive's two sons. The library says it will make them available within the next few months. The library also says that additional papers are being donated by other members of his family Harvard Gazette, Sept.

The subject here is Olive's signature wide bracelets, which became Wonder Woman's bullet deflectors. And in the Family Circle magazine story from the s, he says [to Olive], "You know, Wonder Woman's bracelets are based on yours.

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Christie Marston, now elderly, was not yet born at the time of the events. She was close to her grandmother in adulthood Elizabeth lived to , but her grandmother did not talk to her about her sex life.

Though she did say elsewhere, of those early days in the household, that there was "lovemaking for all. Berlatsky, who has researched and written about Wonder Women's origins for years, cuts to the chase spoilers ahead: Psychology professor William Moulton Marston played by Luke Evans in the film did create the comic book character Wonder Woman, and he did live in a polyamorous relationship with his wife Elizabeth Marston Rebecca Hall and their grad student Olive Byrne Bella Heathcote.

Everything else in the movie, though, is up for grabs. But in spite of complaints about the bondage in the Wonder Woman comics, Marston was never seriously threatened with being fired from the title he created.

The comics sold too well, and he was too skilled at defending his work. In spite of the sultry lie detector scenes in the film, the lie detector Marston created never worked [well, only a bit --Ed. So far as anyone knows, no neighbor ever wandered into the Marston household and found Marston, Elizabeth, and Olive having kinky costumed sex. And as the photos over the closing credits prove, Elizabeth, Olive, and William did not look anything like glamorous movie stars.

But the movie depicts one important thing accurately: Elizabeth and Olive were bisexual. They had a sexual relationship with each other. As the film notes, Elizabeth and Olive named their children after each other. After William died in , the two women lived together for almost 40 years. Marston wrote extensively about female-on-female attraction in his scholarly work, going so far as to discuss the mechanics of tribadism and female oral sex.

He presented lesbian sex as normal and healthy, and even suggested that half of all women were lesbians. Olive helped him research sorority initiation rituals; they concluded that the rituals were sites of intense same-sex eroticism. In one passage in his academic work, Marston describes two women making love in front of him. Marston was an enthusiastic lesbophiliac who lived with two women in a polyamorous relationship. People have to be really committed to not seeing the obvious to not see the obvious.

Yet, despite all of this, scholars and fans have still been remarkably reluctant to acknowledge that Elizabeth and Olive were lovers. Why have people been so reticent about acknowledging that Elizabeth and Olive were lovers, when Elizabeth and Olive were obviously lovers? In the case of the Marstons, bisexuality is somehow even more verboten than polyamory. In his scholarly writing and his comics, Marston insistently, deliberately portrayed lesbianism as normal and good.

He encouraged children to see diverse erotic possibilities as fun, enjoyable, and exciting, not shameful or dangerous.

And he insisted that women were powerful, loving, and in control of their own desires. Director Angela Robinson, a lesbian herself, opens the closet door, and presents the love of William, Olive, and Elizabeth, not as shameful, but as courageous and beautiful. Inevitably, the film gets a lot wrong, but it does get that much right. Noah Berlatsky is the author of Wonder Woman: She started out not just heroic but whimsical, playful, and weird.

Lots more news and reviews since my last Google News link. This link is for October 15th onward. Many alternative newspapers The "Savage Love" advice column is all polyamory this week, with letters from people who have blundered into all too typical hierarchical-poly messups.

This has by far been the best relationship I've ever had. However, something has me a bit on edge. Additionally, the way he brushed this off means this isn't the first time. I go out of my way to show him places I think they would like to go together. I hesitate to bring this up, because when I have needs or concerns, they label me as difficult or needy.

But taking a partner's needs and concerns seriously is one of the hallmarks of a good relationship, to say nothing of a "best relationship ever. It's a really bad sign that your boyfriend's wife compared eating in a restaurant you visited with him to fucking a hole that someone else just fucked, i.

Some people are poly under duress PUD , i. PUDs [often] engage in small acts of sabotage to signal their unhappiness — their perfectly understandable unhappiness. The most common form of PUD sabotage? Making their primary partner's secondary partner s feel uncomfortable and unwelcome.

My wife said she didn't care who I slept with soon after we met. After a couple years of playing together with others in private and in clubs, she said she wanted to open our relationship.

I got a girlfriend, had fun until the new relationship energy NRE wore off, and ended things. I got a new girlfriend. Last night, my wife confessed to me that being in an open relationship was making her miserable. I told my wife that I would break up with my girlfriend immediately. But my wife told me not to break up with my girlfriend.

I don't want to string my girlfriend along and tell her everything is fine — but my wife, who doesn't want to be poly any more, is telling me not to break up with my girlfriend. Or maybe this is a test: Dumping a girlfriend you didn't have to dump would signal to your wife that I don't know if I'm poly or not. I mean, Jesus H. Christ, this has been so difficult. How do I know when to go back to monogamy? If the polyamorous model is making you miserable, POLY, it might not be right for you.

But you should ask yourself whether polyamory is making you miserable or if the people you are doing polyamory with are making you miserable. People in awful monogamous relationships rarely blame monogamy — even when monogamy is a factor — but the stigma against nontraditional relationship models, to say nothing of sex-negativity, often lead people to blame polyamory for their misery when the actual cause isn't the model, POLY, it's the people. The whole column week of October 11, Abramorama And in smaller-movie news— Two and a half years after its kickstarter began , and two years after it premiered at the Rome Film Festival , Tao Ruspoli's documentary Monogamish is finally showing in the United States.

The movie features several of the poly world's most visible movers and shakers, including Diana Adams, Dossie Easton, Christopher Ryan, Stephanie Coontz, and the coiner of the word "monogamish," Dan Savage.

What he discovers about his very unconventional family, and about the history and psychology of love and marriage, leads him to question the ideal of monogamy, and the traditional family values that go with it.

IndieWire published its review this morning: The Polyamorous Revolution in One Entertaining and Stylish Documentary This new documentary is more than just a primer on non-traditional relationships — though it does that well, too. And how can you continue to surprise each other? Without feeling like you have to pull rabbits out of a hat all the time. At the same time, we also want our love life to bring with it mystery and awe and novelty and surprise and the unexpected and that which fuels desire.

She posts, This is the most nuanced and high-level view of consensual nonmonogamy as part of cultural change that I've ever seen, and I highly recommend it. I'll be speaking after the Oct. I highly recommend buying tickets before it sells out. I hope you'll join us! More info about the movie.

Salon posts a video interview with Tao Ruspoli Oct. The first truly poly movie to reach mainstream theaters is turning into a bigger deal than I expected. The media are now full of reviews and interviews about Professor Marston and the Wonder Women: Here's a Google News search restricted October I particularly like the piece in today's Guardian , which finally explains a bit about Marston's pet "DISC theory" of how feminism could save the world: Polyamory, bondage and feminism: Marston believed in dominance and submission but only when the dominant figure used inducement — which he argued that women were far better at — to gain submission.

If someone was forced into compliance the more male approach , it was accompanied by a simmering resentment. Even more subversive was Wonder Woman herself, whom Marston created in as a propaganda vehicle for his ideas. He filled the comics with images that were deemed to have deviant sexual undertones, from homosexuality to spanking and bondage — lots and lots of bondage. As to the business of whether Elizabeth and Olive had an actual lesbian sexual relationship: I've come around to the view that while the circumstantial evidence is powerful — lesbianism was a big part of the household's ideology from the very start; the two women lived together in a classic "Boston marriage" for 38 years after Marston died; Elizabeth reminisced that there was "lovemaking for all" — the case is not directly documented.

The household was very circumspect about what the world could find out. In any event, this was a poly triad in every real sense — with deep, shared, emotional intimacy all around. I have friends who've been living in a vee triad for over 20 years, raising kids like the Marstons, and they get furious if anyone suggests they aren't a "true" triad just because the women don't get into each others' bits.

Robinson reshaped the characters to fit the story she wanted to tell. The whole article October 12, Where it's showing in your area and when. For instance , just up this afternoon.

And for years to come, it will provide a cultural reference to help explain what we're about. Further, Huntley, Byrne, Holloway, and Marston all participated in what Lepore describes as a "sex cult" in at the home of Marston's aunt Carolyn. It happened, and with them was the longtime poly-beat reporter for Canada's queer newspaper Xtra.

She shuffles out to collect her boyfriend and popcorn just as an authoritative grey-haired woman wearing a Vancouver Polyamory button takes the stage. The audience, most in their 40s or 50s, with a narrow row of young people at the front, chuckle and clap politely. A title card flashes on the screen informing us that the film is based on a true story. The rest of the film is pure pornography. Professor Marston and the Wonder Women is emotional porn for poly people.

Who am I to fight nature? And like the early Wonder Woman comics, the film is glorious, entertaining, thrilling pornography. During one set-piece threesome sex scene in the costume room of a college theatre, I swear I could hear our audience holding their collective breath. Inevitably, the glorification of Marston and his unconventional family comes at the expense of the truth. Professor Marston and the Wonder Women is a lie, but golly is it a beautiful one.

As the credits roll, I turn to Terrence Anderson, a year-old polyamorous man with ginger hair and thick-rimmed glasses. The whole article October 6, The 7-minute video the part about the movie begins at 3: Even your prudish grandparents might find themselves cheering on this crew.

Robinson takes full advantage of the fact that these characters are psychological pioneers, who quickly process emotions and feelings, leading to rapid-fire exchanges and surprising character responses. Elizabeth goes back on that edict very quickly, of course Although Jill Lepore's "The Secret History of Wonder Woman" had already explored this material -- and with a definitely more suspicious eye -- Angela Robinson's "Professor Marston and the Wonder Women" takes a more original, and even romantic approach.

Because to her, this is all a love story. In real life, Marston was a bit of a huckster, but Robinson glides past that to present a gentler tale. Marston -- and his partners, Elizabeth Holloway and Olive Byrne -- are simply, genuinely, in love, one for all and all for one. And as they create a secret life, together, they live an even more fabulous one through fantasy.

Marston's slightly cracked psychological theories revolved around dominance and submission, and Robinson's smart script shows just how complex those simple ideas can be. Is Marston, the strutting male, ever really in charge? Is his wife, Holloway, quite the fierce force she pretends to be?

Or is the simple, cow-eyed Byrne really the boss of both? Robinson's small, fine cast gives those ideas life. Luke Evans and Rebecca Hall perfectly embody the smart bohemian couple, brilliant about everything but, perhaps, their own motivations; Hall, a terrific actress, completely captures the impatience and outrage of a superior woman kept constantly in a second-class position, all raw nerves and sharp edges.

And Bella Heathcote gives a tremulous warmth to Olive, an innocent student soon doing graduate studies in the human heart. She has enormous eyes, and for much of her career, in the sort of parts she's gotten, that's all she's needed. But here she uses them -- daring about in fear, looking up in devotion, looking down in cool control. The unconventional love story at the heart of this -- and the three actors who act it out -- help paper over some of the other problems.

Chief among them is the gimmick of having Marston interviewed by a humorless censor, played by Connie Britton; the situation seems fake, and the back-and-forth cutting is more of a distraction than anything else. Of course, there are some other things that feel slightly false here, too the trio have bad habit of forgetting to lock the doors before they get frisky. And, true to Hollywood conventions, everyone is at least three times better-looking than the real people.

And, in the end, it's a nice tribute not only to one of the comics' greatest characters and this year's favorite movie hero but the sort of truly unhindered, uncensored imagination that makes all fiction possible -- and all love real.

The film contains nudity, sexual situations, strong language and brief violence. How, he asked, did Robinson come to that conclusion? Then again, Jill Lepore reports that the real Elizabeth Holloway, later in life, said that among the three there was "lovemaking for all. You know what I mean? Were you nervous about portraying those kinds of speculative interpretations, given that they were about real people with surviving family? Beauty pleasures her lewd old master zealously. Ghetto bitch Gen Tilly drilled very hard.

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And sure, Alison is brittle and jittery. Sure, she walks and talks with the uptight carriage and demeanor of a woman on her last nerve, wound up, edgy, often self-medicating. She buys a gun and has Beth teach her how to use it. Guest Contributor Bethany Jacobs.

Helena is a body, a presence, all her own. Is it her shrieking, discordant electronica theme, declaring everything that is discordant and horrific about Helena herself? This is no simple soundtrack. Though she is eccentric, and single-minded—a walking blunt-force trauma—Helena is also intelligent enough to lead the Toronto police on a fruitless cat-and-mouse chase.

Even though each of the clone characters on Orphan Black is played by Tatiana Maslany , Sarah Manning is the chief protagonist.

She is our touchstone for the entire narrative of clones, monitors, the corporate Dyad group, and the zealous Proletheans. Sarah also develops substantially throughout the series. Her reasons for these actions are ostensibly venerable: Yet the likelihood that she will succeed in these goals remains dubious.

If Sarah really wanted to parent Kira, she would be parenting her, not leaving Kira with the woman who raised Felix and Sarah, Mrs. Her shadowy origins have made Sarah rootless, shiftless, untrusting, and untrustworthy. No wonder Felix rolls his eyes and Mrs. Most notably, when the going gets hard, Sarah cowgirls up. So here is how to be awesome like Sarah Manning.

We launched this discussion last week with a post on the patriarchal metaphor that structures the show. The clones of Orphan Black are haunted by the ghosts of those who have died before their time, sisters who our characters will never come to know, and whose fates they may come to share. In the first season, Katja is a warning to the others of their propensity towards sickness, and is killed by the assassin that will soon be targeting the others.

In the second, it is Jennifer Fitzsimmons, whose harrowing video diaries prior to her death amplify our concern for Cosima, who is suffering from the same rare respiratory ailment. Both of them are upset—Sarah about her inability to see her daughter, Beth about pain that we do not learn about until much later. While Sarah huffily paces the train terminal walkway, Beth ritualistically removes her shoes, jacket, and purse, leaving them in a neat stack.

Turning to see her double Sarah staring at her, Beth abruptly walks in front of the train that she has come to kill herself with. Sarah is horrified, but not so stunned that her survival instincts leave her.

Beth strips herself of self by leaving shoes, coat, and purse. By picking up this purse, with its photo ID and credit cards and police badge, Sarah impersonates or perhaps becomes Beth.

Orphan Black , patriarchy , second wave , third wave. The Canadian television series Orphan Black begs the question, what if the future really is now? Its central protagonist is Sarah Manning, a British ex-pat, orphan, and grifter whose life changes forever when she sees a woman commit suicide in the subway.

In many ways, Orphan Black seems like a classic science fiction plot—science is run amok, humans pay the consequences. Despite their shared genetics, Orphan Black emphasizes the personality differences between the clones, from uptight soccer mom Alison, to brilliant scientist Cosima, to mad, traumatized Helena.

I should note here the mesmerizing performance of Tatiana Maslany , who plays all the clones; she makes you believe each one is a distinct person. Two social institutions vie for control of the clones: But by emphasizing the humanity and individuality of these women, Orphan Black makes viewers emotionally reject this premise, siding with the clones over the forces that seek to control them.

Too many girls grow up learning that they should be afraid to live in the world. Female action heroes offer us a different vision. When Buffy defeats a pack of vampires with witticisms and a series of neatly executed roundhouse kicks, we can imagine our own unlikely victories. When Katniss aims her arrow at a shimmering window in a force field and lets it fly, it seems possible that we too can take oppressive systems down.

Inspiring as these characters are, their heroism can seem a little inaccessible—their ferocity inborn and therefore difficult to reproduce. Ripley is already a tough, no-nonsense warrant officer when she encounters her first slimy spider-creature. Buffy has the physical strength and superb fighting skills necessary for taking on the Hellmouth. Katniss has a rebellious spirit, fleet feet and perfect aim long before she enters the Hunger Games arena.

But for many real-world women, being brave takes practice. But our culture is wrong to instill fear in women and then stop there, encouraging us to stay at home with all the lights on rather than empowering us to try to make the world safer for everyone. That latter possibility forms the core of Divergent, a young adult film starring Shailene Woodley and based on a popular dystopian trilogy by Veronica Roth. Society is divided into six factions, according to the quality most prized by each.

The Erudite are smarties in lab coats, while people in Candor are honest enough to tell them that lab coats are really unflattering.

Abnegation members practice the art of selflessness; Amity types are peace-loving hippies. Jenny Slate , Obvious Child , romantic comedy. Obvious Child is entirely aware of its genre, hitting several of the requirements for contemporary romantic comedies. Donna, the protagonist, works in an independent bookstore by day and performs stand-up comedy by night.

She also has two best friends to use as sounding boards: Even as it honors romantic comedy tropes, Obvious Child also subverts them. Unflinching honesty in that particular realm sounded like it might be annoying. What was inside this book? I wondered, all agog. Do they poach baby unicorns and use their horns to trumpet explanations about neoliberalism and the brilliance of Louis C.

Dating is seen as a trivial subject, the territory of light romantic comedies and books with tropical-colored covers. The big deal, of course, is that misogyny often both underlies and excuses these kinds of romantic misdemeanors.

And while Love Affairs is often funny, Waldman takes the patriarchal mores guiding the bad behavior of her titular character quite seriously. By peering into the moleskin-bound heart of the liberal chauvinist, she takes away his power.

This prejudice is not unique to freshly unmasked murderers. Men of many stripes frequently insult and dismiss women they perceive as threats in much the same way—particularly when age is added to the equation.

As women age, at least in the U. My grandma Elsa spent part of her retirement volunteering at a wildlife habitat on Long Island, where she handled snakes and other seemingly scary reptiles. After she and my grandfather moved to the West Coast, she took jewelry-making classes and dance lessons. A crossword wiz, she was unbeatable at all word games from Scrabble to Boggle.

Both of my grandparents made aging look active, interesting, and engaging. They also had pensions from the New York school system, so that helped. Growing up, this was what getting older looked like to me. She was fun, silly, always smart, and for her, being old seemed nothing more than a circumstance of aging.

Certainly, aging was nothing to be ashamed of or hidden away. As I got older, however, I realized that this image was not one often reflected in pop culture. There are a few wonderful exceptions within the murder mystery genre that feature elderly lady detectives: Against prevailing notions that women become less socially useful as we age, these shows model an active and exciting version of older women.

Rather, they are heroines who use their brains to solve problems that no one else can. BBC , Bletchley Circle , friendship. I sit on the floor with my legs crossed, just a foot from the television, enraptured. I fear ordinary too. I fear boredom and expectations of marriage, children, home-owning. A life that is not your own. But I do, and I do. The mystery at the center of the show is amazing; the characters who solve it, even more so. The series is about power in the face of powerlessness, determination and solidarity and what four brilliant women can do together.

I wondered if others felt confused about her waffling, her semi-dubious claiming of the high ground, her own forays into unethical and even criminal activity. Were her reactions to these circumstances believable? Does the plot justify the battling loyalty, loathing, and fear she heaps upon Walt her chemistry-teacher-turned-meth-dealer husband? In case you missed it, a lot of people hate Skyler, and I mean HATE, given the number of Facebook pages and websites dedicated to loathing her. In a response, JOS of feministing.

Does it have at least two? Do they have a scene together? Do they talk about something other than men? The fact that so few films pass all of these—even 30 years later—means that many filmgoers keep this checklist in the front of our minds, as part of the internal HUDs that we screen all of our media through. The collection of cutscenes and gameplay clips she has amassed in support of these classifications is staggering and frankly, not seriously refutable.

So it would not be at all surprising if, in the not too distant future, players and critics evaluate their games by some kind of Sarkeesian test, which might get at whether there are women present in the game, and importantly, whether they are protagonists or allies rather than prisoners or corpses used to drive the stories of stubble-sporting, dark-haired white dudes.

These flaws are captured when they describe themselves, all unseen, to a trained forensic artist who draws their portraits to match their descriptions. Women are hard on themselves. Lines, wrinkles, creases — these are harbingers of mortality. But then the tables are turned: Each is asked to describe the other person, and again the sketch artist draws the face that is described.

Results are, as you might expect, startlingly different: Most of the women stand in stunned silence. Some smile ruefully, and some seem — not ashamed — but a bit bashful at their own perception of themselves.

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