Here’s another, much more damning review of Agent Carter. After you read this you will realize I was trying to be as positive as I could with what I was given. Stitch is not wrong and I am in agreement.
Three of the four women who show up in Agent Carter season two/episode two and have dialogue.
I’m finally starting to grasp the idea that the writers and showrunners on Agent Carter view intersectional feminism as a great myth. I’m also clear on the fact that fandom feels the same way.
Last year, when Agent Carter came out in January, it was heralded as this fantastic show for women, womenhood, and feminism.
Except it’s not.
It can’t be.
Not when it lacks:
- Women of color
- Queer women
- Disabled women
- Trans women
- Fat women
All women are not all represented in Agent Carter so why should all women support it? How are we supposed to respond to it as women who are diverse and who are not represented?
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