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.
“What the heck is that spider doing?”
Latvian comic book writer and artist Laura Ķeniņš’ book “She Wants to Tell Me” is a gently told tale of exploration, love and sadness between two women who meet when they find a severed ear in a public park.
The newest proposal for emoji updates just came out. Are we finally going to get racially diverse emoji options? Or a darn taco, please and thanks?
“Here’s to another week of stickin’ it to the man!”
Are you excited for the recently announced Captain Marvel movie? Get ready to be even more excited!
If you look out your window and feel a shared sense of nerdy curiosity about the world around us, these apps are for you, friend.
“Shhhh…I think I’m dying.”
“The CEO of one of the most powerful companies in the world, a company responsible for changing the tech industry over and over again, is gay. And he feels good about saying that.”
We’ve got a Wonder Woman movie with a woman director! We’ve got not one, but two POC superhero movies! We’ve got Spider-Gwen, Gamora and Mockingbird! We’ve even got Squirrel Girl!
Did you follow your email resolutions from last October? Aww, that’s okay. Me neither.
5. Slopebrowed weaseldicks with zero reading comprehension and even less critical thinking skills
No one but no one can ever truly be Mr. Rogers except Mr. Rogers. That doesn’t mean we can’t all try to dress like Mr. Rogers. That doesn’t mean we can’t all strive to be like Mr. Rogers.