“To fully plumb the depths of my heart requires more than a single bar graph.”
“Jo’s trans identity was just another integral part of her character, and it developed very naturally — she was a leader, she was VERY passionate about being a Lumberjane, she was also trans.”
This week, we’re playing a bunch of vintage-looking modern games that are based on older books and films and games!
One of my favorite things about the internet is the rise of queer-friendly comics anthologies like these.
UX Designer and User Researcher Caroline Sinders talks SXSW, women in games and harassment in online spaces. Oh yeah, and Gamergate.
“Over the short years that I’ve been a professional, I’ve learned many skills.”
Being a gay woman-identified gamer often means finding almost nothing made for me on the usual internet sites. I have to dig for it.
Let’s pizazz up our back to school shopping lists with NERD STUFF.
All of these comics are great, all of them are about women, all of them have the same impish sense of humor and adventure. And perhaps most importantly, all of them are full of cats.
Let’s talk about Alphabet, Chelsea Manning, Tesla and Apple’s diversity numbers.
Here be monsters.
Merritt Kopas’s Videogames for Humans is an illuminating, personal look at Twine games and what the future of games could look like.
I’ve developed a real soft place in my heart for soft foods. So for today’s topic, I thought we’d talk about how to soften up other tough muscles! With science! Get pumped.
“Her books are like wonderfully illustrated versions of those letters that people always say they’d write to their younger selves. But everyone gets to read and enjoy them.”
What if anyone who wanted to could buy a small computer at a very low cost and program it to solve their problems?
Dressing the part.
A chat with Leanne Pittsford of Lesbians Who Tech where we give five tickets to the Berlin Summit to five random Autostraddle commenters! FOR FREE! GET IN HERE!
Abortion, the actual thing and not the Political Issue, can be really difficult to talk about, and that’s exactly what makes such an easily approachable book like this so necessary.
Summer Funk, meet Magic Mike.