About Sasha Pixlee

Photographer, history geek, gamer.

Public Notes


Recent Activity

  • Sasha shared from Playing at the World by Jon Peterson
    “I asked Gary what women’s libbers think of the situation, and he told me that he will bend to their demands when a member of the opposite sex buys a copy of Dungeons & Dragons!”
    Note: Oh, sexism.
  • Sasha shared from Three Parts Dead (Craft Sequence) by Max Gladstone
    “There’s never any ‘just’ about thinking, Ms. Abernathy.
    Note: Truth.
  • Sasha shared from Ancillary Justice by Ann Leckie
    I turned to look at her, to study her face. She was taller than most Nilters, but fat and pale as any of them. She out-bulked me, but I was taller, and I was also considerably stronger than I looked. She didn’t realize what she was playing with. She was probably male, to judge from the angular mazelike patterns quilting her shirt. I wasn’t entirely certain. It wouldn’t have mattered, if I had been in Radch space. Radchaai don’t care much about gender, and the language they speak—my own first language—doesn’t mark gender in any way. This language we were speaking now did, and I could...
    Note: Great start.
  • Sasha shared from Anno Dracula: Johnny Alucard (Anno Dracula, 1976-1991) by Kim Newman
    These days, I knocked about, boring youngsters in the profession with the Sternwood case or the Lady in the Lake, doing light sub-contract work for Lew Archer - digging up family records at county courthouses - or Jim Rockford. All the cops I knew were retired, dead or purged by Chief Exley.
    Note: I count three media references in one paragraph.
  • Sasha shared from Alanya to Alanya (Marq'ssan) by L. Timmel Duchamp
    A certain degree of visible aging was useful for men, but never had been and probably never would be for women. He might let his jet black hair get silvery, let his face acquire a few mature wrinkles around the eyes, but as with any normal executive or professional woman, the very idea of showing age was out of the question for her. Only service-tech women, unable to afford longevity treatments or cosmetic surgery, let their age show in their faces and bodies.
(Oakland, CA USA)
Sasha Pixlee