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Comic Book Women on Film (Or Not…)

Comic Book Women on Film (Or Not…)

Film adaptations of Marvel and DC Comics have been around since the 1940s (Captain America, 1944) and 1950s (Superman and the Mole Men, 1951), respectively, but there has been a huge surge lately with the ever-growing spectacles churned out summer after summer for the past decade. Among other characters and titles, Marvel is responsible for … Continue reading

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  • The word is spreading about harnessing the passion of fans! Organizations are taking notice of fan activism and our ability to rally behind a cause and create real change. From Harry Potter, to the Hunger Games, to Glee, fans are making a difference and generating buzz. Read the Ad Council's article here.

Welcome to Fandom For Equality

This is a community of fans harnessing our passion and power as consumers to impact the media we love and reach equal representation for underrepresented and marginalized groups.

We believe that media, as our collective imagination, is a reflection of society and vice versa. As fans–the most ardent and passionate consumers of media–we want our society to accept and treat equally all people and all love. Thus, we must encourage, and often demand, that our media depict a world in which all people and all love is treated equally.

Because representation matters.

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