There was a great, thoughtful article at The Mary Sue on one of my pet topics: the common justification of sexist fantasy fiction being that it’s historically authentic.
I am BUSY today, far too busy for a rant, but then I felt one coming on, and was worried I might end up with a migraine if I tried to stifle it. You know how it is. So let’s talk about sexism in history vs. sexism in fantasy.
Also posted at Dreamwidth, where there are comment(s); comment here or there.
- Tansy Rayner Roberts' Historically Authentic Sexism in Fantasy. Let’s Unpack That.