On February 26th, The FCC approved three-to-two the strongest protections of Net Neutrality that America has ever seen.
In which Megan gamely tries to find out if she can pull off an LA sense of style.
At age 83, actor Leonard Nimoy has passed away.
Catwoman is one of DC’s most iconic characters, she’s not just a part of comic book culture, she’s a part of mainstream American culture. And now we know that she’s bisexual.
“Okay, first things first, this is the most freaking adorable cover to a comic book I have ever seen in my life. And the inside of the comic is just as cute!”
So is it worth it? That depends. For a freedom loving techy like me who cringes at the thought of handing over $100 to Comcast every month for bad customer service, absolutely.
Winter in The City
Not only is Angela a super awesome, super powerful lady warrior, but her best friend and traveling partner is a sweet trans woman of color mage.
Platform is the same thing as saying “website builder” or “tool to help us put some shit on the internet.” Some of the platforms I’m going to include on here are on the cusp between social media and website builder—the line is so much blurrier now, what with Tumblr.
“It’s a whole holiday built on consumerism!”
Three entire Autostraddle readers could win a FREE ticket for themselves (worth $349 each!) to Lesbians Who Tech. LET’S DO THIS!
Mal and Molly go on a picnic-that’s-really-a-date! April, Jo and Ripley share a bunch of puns! Dinosaurs are back!
Can one lesbian journalist and one straight, white cis man form the right kind of odd couple to keynote the queer women in technology conference’s second annual installment?
“I don’t know what dating is.”
Image titles like The Wicked + The Divine, Rat Queens, Trees, and Shutter are showing that trans characters just make great comics even greater.
I was going to put in a video of the song “Do You Want to Build a Snowman.” But then I actually watched it and that song is a real bummer.
It’s about ultimate frisbee’s simultaneously baffling, weird, and wonderful obsession with rainbows.
A short documentary about one of the most badass pioneering women in computer science? Directed by Gillian Jacobs? I’m here for that, and I feel like you are too.
The current body of social psychological work on gender bias in STEM has disappointingly (but not unsurprisingly) focused almost exclusively on the experiences of white women. This study does better.
Want to learn some home repair skills from YouTube handywomen? Yeah you do. Let’s watch together!