The exciting news lately:
I've now become a periodic writer for Feminispire! I've had my two most recent geeky feminist articles published there, under amusingly different titles. If you enjoyed reading them here, you might want to check them out there, for the amusement from the comments as much as anything else. (Some trolls come by. Also, I struck a nerve of a River-Song-devotee.)
Also, in the writing of my last post and since, I've discovered more and more resources for other feminist analyses of Doctor Who. It's really wonderful to know I'm not alone in feeling this way--particularly because I remember feeling distinctly alone in being immensely disturbed by Moffat's reproductive terrorism of Amy Pond. (Oh, if only I had just done a simple Google back then.) Anyway, here are some great sites:
Doctor Her has dozens of really excellent and thoughtful posts on how gender, domestication, and companions play into the series. I may have stolen some thoughts from them.
The Feminism of Doctor Who is sort of like the most excellent thing to ever happen to the internet, and I can't believe I only stumbled upon it today. It says everything that I want to say. And so eloquently. I would link you to a specific post, but I think that every post that they've posted is worth reading so... just go read them all.
And there exists a blog called STFU Moffat. Fairly self-evident. Believe it or not, it's not full of hate--just civilized calling-out-the-bullshit.
And then there's a master list of Moffat's crimes against women. It's probably a pared-down list, more like.
Want to know what I thought about The Bells of St. John? It basically comes down to this: wifi = scary. Anti-grav motorbike = awesome. Clara as a damsel in distress = way not cool. For more coherent thoughts, read Michi Trota's review of the episode, posted on the Chicago Nerd Social Club's site. She expands upon it quite well, and says everything I think about, only better.