The Doctor Who historical has been around since the very beginning of the show, with the very first story, An Unearthly Child being set in the pre-historic era. Since then there have been many … Continue reading Women in our history books: But where are they in Doctor Who? by Emma Jones
Can you believe it’s been ten years since The Stolen Earth aired? Neither can we! Something we love in particular about this series are the companions all uniting in a … Continue reading The Women of Time: How do companions feel about each other?
Since starting this all-female Doctor Who blog, it’s fair to say we’ve taken a lot of flak from all corners of the fandom. Our aim for The Time Ladies and … Continue reading Why Exclusive Spaces Should Be Inclusive: Gender Equity in Doctor Who
Doctor Who has been in my life since I was eight years old when I first watched Rose in 2005. As I started to struggle with gender identity and finally … Continue reading Thoughts on Regeneration: A Trans Perspective by Emma Jones
if you’ve never delved into the world of classic Doctor Who then it can be a bit overwhelming. Where do you start? Only half of our time lady team (Kezia) … Continue reading Classic Who for Beginners
The next series of Doctor Who is (kind of) right around the corner with 6 months-ish to go! To maintain excitement levels in this quiet period, we’ve been thinking about … Continue reading 11 hopes for series 11
By Beth Axford & Kezia Newson A Personal Struggle: Beth I have struggled with body image my whole life. From being bullied as a child for my overweight figure, to … Continue reading Women’s Bodies in Doctor Who
Over the years there have been some incredible women to grace the world of Doctor Who, but sadly never made it as long-term companions. This week we’re taking a look … Continue reading Companions That Never Were
The extended world of Doctor Who is vast and glorious and very hard to keep up with. Books, comics, games, spin off shows… the adventures go on forever! One of the … Continue reading The Beginners Guide to the Women of Big Finish
Dear Doctor Who, I mean the show, not the character. Although they’re pretty much the same thing, right? Does it really matter? I can hear the William Hartnell fans typing … Continue reading We love you, Doctor Who.