Are you ready for a rage-inducing activity? You have to fix your cables.
Ah, the power of buying alcohol in a large group of queermos – if you haven’t done it before, you should probably do it now. Why? Because you can get really amazing bottles to try that might be out of your budget otherwise and you’ll be trying those bottles in really excellent company.
How dare I fall for the signature move when I’ve heard about it countless times over Chinese food?
There are only two steps, to be completed on days of your choosing: 1. obtain the following materials and 2. use them on your technology. Ready. Set. Go.
I like to call this meta-masturbation. Touch yourself to scenes of people touching themselves. Happy Masturbation Month!
Everything you’ve saved in Documents. Downloads. All the things. Maybe your hard drive is cringing under the weight of all the jpgs, docs. wavs and m4ps or maybe you just can’t find anything or maybe both, NO MATTER. This is the week we deal with that ish.
Autostraddle staff talks anonymously about when they started masturbating, among other things. Join us, won’t you?
Mariel Cove is a sexy new erotica serial by and for queer women, which means I had to have it immediately.
Let’s all deal with our software – updating, upgrading, organizing and uninstalling. Don’t worry, we’ll take it in bite-size bits. Or should I say, byte-sized bits?
Smash the patriarchy by touching yourself.
“I think the way I felt here pretty much summarizes what Brooklyn Zine Fest is all about: the feeling that I have found my people.”
Over the next few weeks, we’re gonna clean, organize and improve our technology together, savvy?
“I could almost hear them thinking, “Is this really happening?” I know this because at some point, I started watching the audience to make sure I wasn’t hallucinating.”
“How Poetry Saved My Life” tells Dawn’s story of sex-work and survivorship through poetry and prose. We spoke with her about this latest work, queer writers and speculative fiction.
LA’s getting a Video Game Design Patch, y’all! Be prepared for our younger generation to take on STEM fields!
CISPA could mean the end of internet privacy for many. It asks that age old question: which is more important? Freedom or security? And where is the line between the two that we can comfortably walk without compromising our priorities as a democracy?
This week Ohio and West Virginia attempt to take us back to 1050 A.D., retro style. Ohio is trying to restrict sex education to abstinence-only and a West Virginia high school tries to punish a student for protesting a slut-shaming assembly.
MOAR COCKTAIL RECIPES!
I like the idea of user-generated cartography because it’s giving us, the people on the ground, a greater hand in the accurate representation of our environment.
Ali’s Team Pick: Feminism, cats and cartoons all in one happy place.
This bra can detect cancer. It could detect cancer long, long before our usual methods (mammagram and…uh…mammagram) would normally even be recommended. It could improve the visibility of screening for cancer.
Video of the Rutgers men’s basketball coach, Mike Rice, has been all over the everywhere for two days, and as an alum, I’m still surprised by it.
New Jersey is on the verge of banning damaging conversion therapy from being practiced on those under the age of 18 – the legislation is being put to the vote in the state Senate after waltzing through the Health, Human Services and Senior Citizens Committee with a 7-1 vote in favor of the ban.
If I had a penny for every time I heard one of my 40-year-old female computer students say “I bet your grandmother is better at this than I am” or “explain this like you would explain it to granny” we’d all be living on our super queer commune right now, funded by all those pennies
Ali’s Team Pick: this year Tilda Swinton will be sleeping in a box in the MoMA on random days at random times.