First of a two-part retrospective on the queer-friendly family TV show Steven Universe, with guest superfan Ivy Decker.
Hosted by Derek Johnson and Ani White. Edited by Madeline Cherrington and Ani White.
Poster image: Ivy cosplays as Garnet from Steven Universe.
- Recs: 3.15
- Giant Woman ukulele cover, by Ivy: 8.30
- Main segment (on Steven Universe): 9.20
- Both Of You ukulele cover, by Ivy: 1.18.50
- Not-So-Giant Women: A Podcast About Steven Universe, featuring our guest Ivy
- Transgender Warriors, book by Leslie Feinberg
- Transphobia: A Short History, video essay by Mia Mulder
- Gay Superheroes: Queerbaiting and Camp, video essay by Rowan Ellis (also Why is DnD So Popular With LGBT Nerds?)
- Council of Geeks, youtube channel (includes analysis of queer-coding)
- My Joy At Star Trek Discovery’s Non-Binary Representation, video by Jessie Gender (+Hasn’t Star Trek Always Had Transgender Characters? & The LGBTQ History of Star Trek)
- Two documentaries: The Celluloid Closet (on gay representation in cinema), Disclosure (on trans representation)
- Tell Me Why, interactive drama/video game available on PC and XBox (also our youtube playthrough & Ani’s review on Australian SFF journal Aurealis)
- Stephen Universe song covers by Ivy Decker
- Where’s My Jetpack, by Hotel Free Babylon
- Various acoustic works by Blue Tree Audio, Mike Mineo, Kevin MacLeod, statushq, Hyde, Anonymous
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