It. Was. The. Apocalypse.
Being a woman in STEM is hard work every single day, and I’m ready for our collective efforts to be recognized. Down with the patriarchy! Presents for all occasions!
Some great recs for writing instruments, art supplies, notebooks and more — from your new favorite podcasts, Art Supply Posse, The Erasable Podcast, and The Pen Addict!
“My favorite thing about making this comic is getting to continually explore these characters … I love how they’ve changed and developed over the course of the story, and … I’m glad my readers have gotten attached to them as well.”
Here’s a little technology that’s useful for planning a big queer wedding!
On coming out to a parent that is giving you NOTHING to go off.
It’s surprisingly beautiful for a game that features multiple beheadings.
That’s it! That’s the year 2016!
The masses of queer, Latinx, women and feminist comics fans have finally been heard and our chants are answered. We cheered for her. America America America. And she responded America yes.
Steven Universe and Wonder Woman and Carmilla and Wynonna Earp and Lost Girl and Batwoman and Lumberjanes, oh my!
If Sue Perkins can’t sell you on VR, well then I can’t help you.
“Sometimes you don’t realize the impact you have on others…”
“I’m not like everybody else, and I can’t do what everybody else does. But they can’t do what I can do either.”
Also: 3D printed clitoris models, algae fuel, and scholarship opportunities.
The world of comics has changed dramatically for trans women over the past three years.
The Boulevardier originated in Europe during the great bartender exodus caused by Prohibition. Definitely NOT a Negroni with bourbon instead of gin.
Politics, Black Lives Matter, Flawed Data, Weed—all were discussed at Lesbians Who Tech, proving that there’s no other technology conference like it.
“I saw the back wall of my heart in your mind.”
Greg Rucka, the man behind Batwoman and Renee Montoya, says categorically that Wonder Woman is (and always has been) queer.
“What’s the hardest thing about your job as a 911 dispatcher?”