I was really glad I was able to find this many women in superhero comic book movies that I liked.
You know when you were bored in middle school math and you just pressed +1 on a calculator for half an hour? Have I got a game for you!
“I can only do so much in a made-up life.”
While data is technically — partially — protected from search by the Fourth Amendment, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that our right to privacy is not always honored by law enforcement.
In this latest issue, not only do the writers play with some very dangerous transmisogynistic tropes, but they toss Barbara Gordon’s character development out the window and turn her from being the close friend and ally to a trans woman to an outright transphobe.
Only YOU can make sure queer and trans women are able to keep making comics.
We wanted to memorialize Clip Art. We wanted to make you masterpieces with Clip Art.
“Gimme a beer, let’s destroy some shit!”
“While I in no way want to distract from the important conversations going on about anti-Black racism in America, I think it’s also pertinent for us to deconstruct some of the tools and techniques being used by the police to maintain control. So today we’re going to talk about tear gas.”
A lot of Batwoman fans (and to be honest, a lot of comic fans overall) were worried when the creative team of W. Haden Blackman and J.H. Williams III left the book after DC refused to allow them to have Kate Kane (Batwoman) marry her longtime girlfriend, police detective Maggie Sawyer. Now, it looks like those fears were completely justified.
What’s cooler than being a superhero? Lesbian Superhero! I said, what’s cooler than being a superhero? Lesbian Superhero! Alrightalrightalrightalrightalrightalrighalright.
Fun holigay gifts for the STEM queermo in your family/friend-group.
“Somehow I made it out without ever having shot or handled a gun.”
As we come upon the final issue of the first run of Lumberjanes, let’s reflect on just how freaking lucky we are to be alive in a world where this comic exists.
There’s no better time than the holidays to further the feminist agenda, I always say. With that in mind, here are some toys to encourage scientific inclinations in girls of all ages!
Apps to predict when Flo visits, the painters paint the house red, when it suddenly turns to chocolate season, etc. LET’S TALK ABOUT PERIODS, Y’ALL!
“Where’s my place? Does everyone else know theirs?”
A Cinderella story, with less bibbidi bobbidi and a lot more astronomy.
Guess who’s back!
GamerGate is about shitting all over women; let’s feel nauseous about it together.