Whose bionics? - Page 2

Turning the TV clock back on feminism
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So we know that women can have brains, that they aren't powerful solely because of things that male scientists surgically attach to their bodies.

Nevertheless there's something deeply wrong about a science fiction show, allegedly about a woman of the future, whose message seems taken from a past much further back than the show's origins in the 1970s.

Annalee Newitz is a surly media nerd who will, in spite of all her protestations, be glued to Bionic Woman every week for the next season.

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