All comics are Girl Comics, but the ones on these list are some of the best ones.
Tumblr released the capacity to make gifs this week. Where else can we get our gif-mkaing creativity on? These apps have got us covered.
“ANDY! You can’t have a crush on someone who is paying us to live here.”
This playlist is best enjoyed in the range of 20 – 20,000 Hz.
ROBOTS! Some of y’all love them; some of y’all think the apocalypse is nigh.
The most comprehensive and expansive look at trans representation in American comics you’re likely to find.
Gifts for the nerds who put the Art in STE(A)M.
“I’ve had a surprisingly productive few weeks!”
“[Being a queer woman of color gamer] affects me in wanting to see more representation for queer brown women, it informs my agenda to be seen as the hero, not just the throwaway character, first to get killed or the joke.”
“I didn’t think I’d get new editions this early, I thought I’d have to wait a couple years for the next printing to roll around to get my name fixed, so it’s awesome getting it this soon after I came out.”
In which we talk about the ways a Chromebook, without any special fiddling, can be come a super-powered workhorse computer.
Wake up on time, +800. No-snooze x5 bonus.
As an anti-oppression activist, I’m uncomfortable with the extent to which “outsourcing” often feels to me like a euphemism for “moving our problems onto people with less systematic power.”
Raven is a queer woman of color on a quest who’s great with a bow and surrounds herself with a diverse pirate crew of equally brave and funny women.
Caroline Sinders chats with us about what it’s like when SXSW cancels a panel about harassment because of harassment.
Questions to ask a foreign fish.
Here’s a list of vaguely gothic (in the literary sense) to right-on witchy games to play during these lengthening autumn nights.
Did you know that there are 19 female-led titles from Marvel that I was able to put in this list!? How cool is that?
I did a quick interview with the founder of FlirtyQWERTY, a free and feminist emoji app, about desegregating tech, bringing people together, and flipping people off.
“This is just a clear garbage bag.”