Posted by: mzbitca | February 7, 2009

In Honor of Dollhouse and Joss Whedon

Dollhouse,  Joss Whedon’s knew show starts this upcoming friday and I am extremely excited. Partially because it has both Elisha Dushku and Amy Acker who have both represented Joss’s ability to write strong and smart women without making them stereotypes but also because it’s Joss Whedon and I”m a feminist.  Therefore, in honor of this event I present Joss Whedon’s speech at an Equality Now awards banquet in 2006.


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