CirclePlus and Superheroines

I’ve been having a hard time trying to find a theme for the new iteration of CirclePlus. I’ve been combing through and I found one, but I’m not sure if it’s worth the price to actually get it.

I want to try it to see if I can get it to work before I buy it, but it doesn’t seem to have an option for that. Which is stupid. I’m hoping to find a theme by the end of the week so I don’t have to worry about it and I can spend my days working on it bit by bit. So far it’s slow going.

I would like to thank everyone who made CirclePlus possible in the first place: Holly, my co-president, the ladies that contribute to CirclePlus expecting nothing in return but a platform for their content, and the fans who go to the website and find new content weekly to enrich their lives while they listen to women on the Internet. Kudos.

Importantly, I hope to have CirclePlus completely revamped by July 15th. That’s the goal and I hope I can stick to it.

In other news, this week I’ll be sharing my insights into my capstone and I’ll also be gearing up to research the next four ladies going on Be a Heroine! because I want to continue this project as an effort to explain why female superheroines and anti-heroes are so important to people. The next four on the docket are: Black Canary and Huntress (of Birds of Prey), Captain Marvel (which will be added to when the movie comes out), and Storm (of X-Men fame).

Speaking of movies coming out, I left the Wonder Woman media page with a bit of a set up for the reviews that came out of the movie that dropped earlier this month. I hope to be adding to that as well to explain how having a female-led superhero movie finally has gotten the credit it deserves. In addition, I’ll put a review or two in there so you can see how Wonder Woman has changed the industry for female superheroes.

And how it’s about damn time.

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Posted on June 20, 2017, in CirclePlus, Cultural Sustainability, Digital Arts, Personal Stories. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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