Hannah K. Pingelton is the LGBTQ Writer for Girls in Capes. She is a dual graduate of New York University with degrees both in Anthropology and Creative Writing and in Higher Education, and focuses her work in the intersections of education, social justice, and human development.
Originally from Missouri, Hannah currently resides in Brooklyn, which means she’s constantly torn between a primordial love for midscale chain restaurants and “real food.” When not waxing poetic about Olive Garden breadsticks, her interests include science, women’s sports, and spending her weekends wandering the halls of the American Museum of Natural History or the trails of Prospect Park. She is (perpetually) working on her own original fiction, and hopes that one day you’ll be able to read it. You can visit Hannah online at hannahpingelton.com or on Twitter at @hannahpingelton.
- 2014 Feb 03: Saying “Balenciaga!” to Our Expectations: An AHS: Coven Postmortem
- 2013 Nov 18: Everything Isn’t Del-Fine: Debunking Orphan Black’s Cosima-Delphine Mythos
- 2013 Sep 04: It’s Raining (Wo)men: Michelle Rodriguez and the Subversion of Gender Roles in Film
- 2013 Dec 09: It’s (Not) A Wonder-ful Life
- 2013 Sep 30: Bats Mate For Life: Why the Bat Family Can – and Should! – Have It All
- 2014 Jan 13: 50 Shades of No Way: Equal Representation and the Good-Evil Spectrum
- 2013 Oct 30: Community Spotlight: Being LGBTQ in the Geek Community
- 2013 Oct 10: LGBTQ 101
- 2013 Dec 29: GIC Best of 2013: Supporting Ladies