“I saw the back wall of my heart in your mind.”
Greg Rucka, the man behind Batwoman and Renee Montoya, says categorically that Wonder Woman is (and always has been) queer.
“What’s the hardest thing about your job as a 911 dispatcher?”
Your votes are in and you’ve chosen your favorite comics in seventeen different categories celebrating not just the best in comics, but also the best in positive representation for queer women and non-binary people and feminist themes, for the Autostraddle Comic and Sequential Art Awards.
It felt like every major tech company or platform had some kind of announcement or product release this week. It was so much, y’all.
“A lesbian floral 90’s witch party!”
Limbo looks adorable, but it’s a haunting 2-D puzzle game with a dark mystery and a bizarro ending.
“Her? She was different.”
“I hope queer readers of color walk away with that slightly breathless feeling that happens after finishing a great story. I want that to occur without the awful heart-sinking anxiety that wells in your chest when you realize no one in the story looks or loves like you do (again).”
Been watching things about aliens lately? Well here we are with some alien-type goods for your everyday wear and use.
No one who had ever seen MMOs in their infancy would have supposed them to be taken over by Janeites.
We’re hyped. For Fall. Please insert your Fall feelings here.
When all the right words aren’t the right word for you, which word do you choose?
This credo has been hammered home in a recent issue where Barney, who was once a Scouting Lad, joins the Lumberjanes and the book starts clearly using they/them pronouns for them.
Apple’s iPhone 7 is ditching the headphone jack. Here are some wireless headphones to pair with your sleek new technology.
“As we usher in September, change is in the air and a new season begins…”
“I am not a genius. In fact I am no longer 100% certain that I’m even a human?”
Follow my advice and you’ll be well on your way to making apolitical small talk, scoring points for “likeability,” and building career-necessary rapport with 75+% of male coworkers!
Oh Hey! It’s Alyssa is a biweekly web comic series by Alyssa!
Who do you think is making the best queer women’s and feminist comics? Make your voice heard!