Mobile apps, web apps, games, and chargers.
The sentimental packrat.
So you want to dress like Dr. Jillian Holtzman from Ghostbusters in your real, everyday life? You and the rest of us, friend.
“I had a Care Bear-themed nursery as a baby and I’ve been gay ever since. Strange.”
You wanted queer comics by queer people? You wanted comics about people of color by people of color? Well, today I’ve got both those things, and they’re not just that, they’re awesome, they’re beautiful and well written and amazing in every way.
Created by a group of app developers, including three Black women, who wanted to create an app that was inclusive, tonr currently consists of 10 photo filters that “amplifies how beautiful a variety of skin tones are instead of washing them out.” Y’all, I love this app!
“You really don’t wanna overpack.”
The world is maybe ending, and also your childhood best friend Chloe got super dreamy while you were away. Tale as old as time.
We put out a call for queer women and nonbinary folks using Pokémon Go: send us photos of you and your pokémon. Here’s what we got.
I’m just starting to DM. How much is too much?
Fighting beetle moms, Dr. Orchid, sarcastic robots and green things eating the air!
“As a queer woman, I personally felt strongly connected to Cleo’s feelings about donning men’s clothes. To me she is someone who comes to prefer presenting as male or agender, and finds strength and acceptance through that. The 13-year-old version of me yearned for heroines like Cleo.”
“Don’t tell me this is not true.”
I spent my lunch break wandering around Manhattan in 90 degree weather to test Pokémon Go out for y’all. There are definitely pros and cons to this game.
At one point in issue #1, Peony and the comic were so cute I literally cried. Good job, Natalie Riess.
Furbies are awful, Furby Connects are worse. Here are five tech toys that aren’t Furbies.
“Can you talk in a whisper? I’m suffering from a bad Pride Hangover.”
If they all sit at the bar, in what order should they sit so that the couples can sit next to each other, Kayla doesn’t have the opportunity to play footsie with her crush, and Shannon and Valerie are as far apart as possible?
Reading Patsy Walker, AKA Hellcat feels like being your ideal 14 year old self and going on a super fun adventure with your amazing group of friends during summer vacation.
Nine apps and websites to make getting together with the fam a whole lot easier.