The Lady Geeks discuss a recent article which talks about a panel that took place in Hall H at San Diego Comic-con this year called ‘Women Who Kicks Ass’ as presented by Entertainment Weekly. The writer had revealed that the panelists — such as Katee Sackhoff and Michelle Rodriguez — confronted the audience about sexism and gender inequality in the industry. The reaction from a room full of mostly men was interesting.
Here are even more pictures we have from the mixer we hosted with The Geek Girl Project during San Diego Comic Con. Now these are pictures I took on my little point and shoot, so for awesome professional quality photos from the party please defer to the previous post by the Space Pirate Queen.
To the people who came, yet again thank you so much! It was an absolute blast.
Check out more pictures after the jump.
This year, Geek & Sundry won my favorite SDCC 2013 lounge picks. I only got to stop by briefly with Gizzy B but we had a pretty good time anyways. We abused the photo booth and the cardboard cut-out of Wil Wheaton (pictures below). Despite the fact that it was a Friday afternoon, the lounge wasn’t too crowded at all. I love that you can actually sit down and watch people play tabletop games all day long.
It is probably through pure luck or miracle that Gizzy B and I always manage to get invited inside the Wired Cafe, the ultimate oasis inside the Omni Hotel during Comic-con weekend. I am not sure if I received the official invite this year because of my previous employment or if we had paid our dues enough to be considered on the official list. Last year, one of their sponsors had invited us to do coverage and interviews. The years before that . . . well, it was me putting my employment status to good use, of course!
As the convention and attendance grew bigger, more and more people are getting elbowed out of the Wired Cafe in favor of perhaps more “important” guests. Don’t get me wrong. We are extremely grateful that Wired Cafe continued to keep its doors opened to us and we enjoyed every minute of it — we sing their praise to all our friends (aka, we rub it in to people who didn’t get an invite . . .) and if we could, we would marry Wired Cafe.