Does displaying the sexiness of fangirls benefit or demean them? When geek girls show off, are they liberating themselves or pandering to men? Do some "fake fangirls" blend sex appeal with nerdiness just to appeal to the growing geek/nerd market, or is that question itself unfair? How about sexy fanboys? And what's up with all the Slave Leias?
Join me as friend Action Flick Chick Katrina Hill (ActionFlickChick.com [check her out - she's bad ass!]) asks Bonnie Burton (Grrl.com), Adrianne Curry (America’s Next Top Model, The Tester), Clare Grant (Team Unicorn, “G33k & G4m3r Girls”) Kiala Kazebee (Nerdist.com), Nerdy Bird Jill Pantozzi (“Has Boobs, Reads Comics”), Jen Stuller (Ink-Stained Amazons, GeekGirlCon) and Chris Gore (G4TV’s Attack of the Show!) whether women can be sexy and geeky at the same time - and if they should!
When: Thursday July 21, 2011
10:45am to 11:45am
Where: SDCC - Room 6A
Why: Really, you gotta ask?
Head over to Action Chick's chronicle of the panel's feedback thus far:
Feel free to tweet me comments/feedback/points of discussion and food for fodder! xo