Dattch is offering our readers the chance to win a pretty sweet setup for the most intense day of NYC Pride. They’re offering VIP tickets to one of the biggest Pride parties in the USA, plus a gorgeous hotel room to crash in afterwards.
Team Girl Comic #10 is a cool compilation of comics by women featuring a wide variety of styles and stories for all kinds of people. Plus, they’re having a cool launch party this Thursday in Glasgow!
I’m so over lists reinforcing the idea that a women’s primary value is as an aesthetic object — but actually, I think McMullen has successfully combated that here. Yes, these women are being described as “sexy,” but it’s an inclusive, stereotype-busting sexy.
Let’s talk about python. I picked python for our gentle programming introduction because when you squint really hard it allllllmost looks like regular English.
“That jerk! You won that co-op in the breakup!”
I’m rarely (never?) interested in cars, but Tesla’s announcement just made the field a lot more interesting. So that’s something.
“I may be preaching to the choir here, but please, everyone, go and buy this comic, go and preorder this comic, go and tell your friends about this comic, go and spread the Lumberjanes gospel.”
“Male, female, what’s the difference? Power is beautiful and I have the power.”
“Hello genderfriends and ladlespoons! Today we’re going to talk about whiskey tasting.”
Although the E3 convention has brought us some great news about women in video games, Ubisoft is stealing the show with it’s steadfast reluctance to include women in it’s games.
If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to help organize Pride events in one of Europe’s most homophobic countries, or if you love reading journal-style comics about queer women, make sure you check out “Propaganda.”
This comic is absolutely Not Safe For Work. But dang, is it good for the soul.
Some seem relevant, at least to my interests (.camp) and some seem like a facepalm waiting to happen (.sexy). But the one you haven’t seen quite yet is .gay, though not for lack of trying.
“Becoming Me” is a wonderful new webcomic featuring the adventures of a young Chilean trans woman named Mia. If you’re looking for more trans fiction in your life, this is a great place to find it.
In which I relearn a lesson about technology I had forgotten.
On being a queer mixed-race woman.
Like playing video games? How about the queer, genderqueer and trans people who make them? Here’s how your queer worldview is carving out more real estate in the world of gaming.
Along with the new Sailor Moon anime coming in July, the original series is back unedited with a new, faithful and queer-friendly English dub coming later this year. Here’s your guide to this trip down nostalgia lane.
“Brainchild” by Suzanne Geary is a wonderful webcomic where the art is gorgeous, the women are queer and the world is full of demons and brothers back from the dead.
Things I never knew anyone wanted, and am not convinced that anyone should have.