Summer Funk, meet Magic Mike.
Which GameBoy-era video game tune just got stuck in your head?
Do you want a comic anthology with comics from fifteen female creators? Of course you do!
While there are many important topics that are hard hitting and deserve some serious talk, we also deserve happy, fun things too. So from an assortment of categories that have randomly occurred to me, here are my Summer Tech Favorites. What are yours?
On the little things that have changed.
Jeez, Abigail, what did the Grootslang ever do to you?
“You had me convinced that there were redeemable parts of you, that your leadership was making you less of a cesspool, that, like literally any other group of people, you contained both decent humans and horrid man-babies who throw tantrums when anyone tries to tell them how to behave like a person. I may have been wrong.”
In which Caro deals with street harassment.
There’s a new trend in videogame town, and high school drama/time-traveling game Life is Strange is the best of the lot.
I think this is genuinely the first time I’ve seen the list of winners from a major award and not just been not-dissapointed, but been genuinely happy.
It’s Caturday! Let’s talk about how to get started with your purrfect pet instagram. Puns required.
“What is the sound people make when they feel safe?”
“When we see women in armor, or in suits, we think of them as strong and powerful. When we see men in a dress, it’s somehow demeaning. I don’t agree with that or believe it at all.”
I’ve just tried a metric ton of photography applications so you don’t have to and boiled it down to what (in my opinion) are the best options.
“I am not hating this experience.”
Hey there, friends! Come on into this Gayme Corner, let’s play some games and get to know each other a little.
“Fresh Romance #2 comes out this week and I checked it out and loved it twice as much as I loved the first issue (and I loved the first issue a lot).”
What happens when you mix technology and table top games? These apps! And these games!
“When I was in high school, I punched a wall to feel something besides the tightness in my chest.”