comScore

Wait, what?

Looks like you came here from Geekosystem. Don't worry, everything is still here. We've just combined forces with The Mary Sue to bring you more and better content, all in one place.

girls

  1. Your Day Needed A Set Of Tiny Big Barda and Black Canary Cosplayers

    So, like, a regular Barda, then?

    Remember a few years ago when Mini-Huntress and Power Girl stole our superlady-loving hearts? If these images of their latest Halloween costumes, then the girls are back with a vengeance this year.

    Read More
  2. GoldieBlox’s First App Will Teach Kids About the Magic Of… Gif-Making?

    Yeah ok.

    Y'all should be aware that I'm a big fan of movies, gifs, and girls learning about science (specifically, in this case, the science of early motion pictures and the zoopraxiscope). But my favorite thing about the trailer for GoldieBlox's first app has to be the little girl version of the trailer guy voice they have going.

    Read More
  3. Young Girl Is Really, Really Excited To Meet Hillary Clinton, Michelle Obama Makes A Pop Culture Reference Out Of A Turnip

    Someone on Reddit posted this fantastic image of 10-year-old Macy Friday meeting Hillary Clinton in Colorado this week. It's basically the definition of priceless. In other news, First Lady Michelle Obama is holding a turnip for you.

    Read More
  4. 12-Year-Old Girl Calls Dick’s Sporting Goods Out On Lack Of Representation; Dick’s C.E.O Responds Like A Champ

    Nothing but net. Internet.

    When 12-year-old basketball player McKenna Peterson realized that the recent Dick's Sporting Goods catalog didn't have any representation of female athletes, she took matters into her own capable hands and sent the company an amazingly sassy letter.

    Read More
  5. Carnegie Science Center Makes Less-Than-Optimal Programming Choice For Girl Scouts

    Hey, at least it wasn't cookie making, right?

    I have immense respect for the Carnegie Science Center. The Institution does a lot of admirable work, and I can only imagine the intricate decision process involved in coordinating its programs. But big organizations are bound to make mistakes sometimes, right?

    Read More
  6. Teenage Musician Does Guzheng Cover Of Metallica’s “One” That Will Rock You Gently

    We've posted the awesome cover work of Michelle Kwan before. Last time it was Guns 'N Roses, this time it's Metallica. I'll be over here, gently banging my head with a lighter held up...

    Read More
  7. Dear DC Comics, This Is Why You Shouldn’t Leave Creative Little Girls Behind

    A geek dad reports.

    For my birthday a few months ago, my buddy Matt gave me Justice League: Axis of Villains, a superhero board game by DC Comics and game maker Wonder Forge. “It say ages 8 and up,” he tells me, “but I read the rules. Cassie’s smart. She can handle it if you play together.”

    Read More
  8. Children’s Place Responds Terribly To Complaints Of Gamora-Less Guardians Shirt

    You should have learned.

    Hey, Children's Place, you know what's maybe not a good reason for leaving the only female character for a popular superhero movie off of the merchandise for that movie? This one you used right here. 

    Read More
  9. 8 Real Life Girl Geniuses You Ought to Know

    No, not Ami Mizuno!

    It’s time to call these girls by name, and give them the respect they deserve. Write these down, tell your friends about them, and – better yet – tell the kids in your life about them, too. Give them someone (several someones!) to look up to, and give their science teachers a break from having to explain why learning chemistry, biology, and physics might be a handy thing to do.

    Read More
  10. Amazing Parents Develop Ninja Pizza Girl Game Based on Their Daughters’ Real World Delivery Experiences

    Ninja pizza: pizza that vanishes quickly, without a trace.

    The idea behind Ninja Pizza Girl is simple: the developers' daughter is a kung fu-practicing pizza delivery girl in reality, and they wanted to make a game that showcased that real life experience in a fun way and also addressed real world issues we've all faced. The game looks to do just that by having you deliver pizza parkour-style and fight some pretty unconventional villains—garbage-throwing, insult-slinging peers.

    Read More
© 2014 The Mary Sue   |   About UsAdvertiseNewsletterJobsContributorsComment PolicyPrivacyUser AgreementDisclaimerContact RSS

Dan Abrams, Founder
  1. Mediaite
  2. The Mary Sue
  3. Styleite
  4. The Braiser
  5. SportsGrid
  6. Gossip Cop