If you liked this app, then you’ll like that app. Think of it as a 100th birthday present from me to you.
“Coming out as bi was all fun and games until I told my mother.”
I’ve played games all my life, and I stand with Zoe Quinn, Anita Sarkeesian and Brianna Wu. #StopGamerGate
Hey girl, I heard you’re into Renee Montoya.
With lots of amazing cosplay photos. Because, seriously, wow.
“Genre stories tell us that we can make a better world, that we can stand up for ourselves and for each other.”
Some fitness apps suck a potato. Here’s one that doesn’t.
“I don’t celebrate Christmas. Or Thanksgiving. Or Easter. I only celebrate Halloween. It’s all I’ve got.”
As the season of wearing costumes recreationally approaches, you may be interested in leveraging Gillian Anderson’s icon status for yourself. Fear not! We have you covered with a plethora of Gillian Anderson based costumes, from the well-loved and recognizable to the delightfully obscure.
It’s going to take a lot of creative solutions to get us where we need to be.
Dressing up like your favorite comic-inspired character is one of the best things about Halloween.
Some of them I’ve mentioned before, some of them I haven’t — but this installment of Queer Your Tech is about the way they work as a set. In glorious concert. These apps piggyback off each other to make mountains of work easier.
The third vignette in a series of moments walking the intersection of queerness and depression.
“By the way, what the heck is going on with Diane? Is she possessed? Has she always been a secret mythical ancient being? Why is she saying the golden bow that the girls found is hers?”
On the harassment and hate speech directed toward women on the internet.
Spurred by a problematic “real name” policy queers flock to fledgling social media platform Ello. But is it really the online utopia we’ve been waiting for?
Aside from our deep Marceline feelings, however, is the plain and simple fact that Marceline has presented all over the fashion spectrum — from androgynous to straight-up femme — all while looking effortlessly like a rock star.
The goal of the Autostraddle Comic and Sequential Art Awards is to recognize and celebrate positive representation for queer women and feminist issues in comics, webcomics and graphic novels.
Because romance, eroticism and queerness are still far from making it into many mainstream games, I’ve made a list of indie games designed to tug on your queer heartstrings and maybe even turn you on.
“Before I was ready or able to kiss a girl in real life or to reinvent myself as the wild party girl or fierce leader or boho artist — all identities that eventually became a part of my real identity — I could play them out on my computer screen.”