I’ve been reading quite a few fan theories and Poe/Finn pairings recently, but I won’t subject you to that (unless you want to talk in out in the comments, in which case, hello). Instead, I wanted to share with you some top notch nerd speculation on the science of Star Wars.
I went on the hunt for great text-based games. That’s when I found the “Choice of” game series by developer Choice of Games, LLC.
If you’re a fan of women of color-owned comic shops or webcomics about queer witches and werewolves of color like “Mooncakes,” I’ve got some good news for you!
Are you making New Year’s Resolutions this year? Here’s some technology that can help with learning languages, getting organized and budgeting!
“You’re just really hard to shop for.”
Hellcat, Lumberjanes, Bitch Planet, Ms. Marvel, Moon Girl and more of my favorite comics from this past year!
“A year with a turtle, it seemed to me, was a perfectly acceptable short-term alternative to a cat – mostly because it wouldn’t make me want to scratch my eyes out of my face, but also because my general impression was that turtles are chill and low-maintenance while also being willing to react with affectionate enthusiasm towards their human captors.”
I don’t think so but I’ll never get tired of hearing the question “When are we getting to Mars?!”
“I’ll ask more questions and look for more answers.”
There are historical reasons why artificial turf has come to be used so widely, but very few of them have to do with improving gameplay.
While I’ve been busy writing about the Autostraddle Comic Awards and what comics you should buy for the holidays, an entire Lumberjanes storyline happened!
Being science fiction, there’s a lot of really cool tech stuff that Star Wars brings to mind — whether it’s how people are responding to the film or the animation techniques used in it.
“Wait. Are those tears?”
All these games elicited a “hnnnnngggg” noise from me, whether I played them or I just want to play them. What’s on your 2015 Hnnnnngggg List?
The holiday season is the perfect time to support your favorite queer lady and non-binary artists, whether it’s by signing up to give them monthly support through their Patreon pages or buying gifts from their online stores for all your friends and loved ones.
Mailbox, everyone’s favorite zeroed inbox app, is shuttering. Aside from hating change and hiding from it, here are other apps that do similar things! F*ck email!
“2. Blanket burritoing for survival.”
“As a woman in a lab coat, you’re already defying society’s long held gender stereotypes; as a queer woman, even more so … I still think it takes guts to carve out an identity for yourself that doesn’t fit society’s assumptions, especially if you grew up in a highly conservative peer group like I did.”
Even if you’re not a role player, We Were W.A.S.P. eases you into it—and provides a context for processing history, gender and other tough issues.
Let’s see how the year 2015 was for women in comics and what we can hope for in 2016 (I’m mainly hoping for more queer comics).