Nine apps and websites to make getting together with the fam a whole lot easier.
As a genderqueer human, clothes have always made me feel weird.
I’m going to talk about how thankful I am for all the LGBTQ people who are making comics and telling stories and creating heroes and showing the rest of us that anything is possible. If you’re an LGBTQ person, no matter if you’re out to the whole world or only yourself, I am so thankful for you and the work that you do.
Failbetter’s Fundbetter is looking for narrative games from LGBTQIA creators, and they’re looking to help pay for their production.
“Dear Shenzi. I’m sorry about that time at the grocery store…”
Some of these boardgames have individual winners at the end, some don’t, but all allow you to band together for a short time and take on a much more manageable enemy than “hate,” “the patriarchy,” and “the rest of the whole damn world.”
Over a decade ago, Terry Moore realized what so many storytellers before and after him have been too obtuse to see — that happy endings for gay people aren’t cliche. They’re not the norm. They’re rare and remarkable and we hold them in our hearts forever.
I want to spend some time this summer really cracking in to books about technology, especially when the ideas therein have special and specific interaction with the queer digital space I occupy for so much of my time. Here’s my list.
“Turn off the noises in your head.”
“Your shit is worth working out. You get to have a future.”
Here’s exactly what I found in my quest to understand Snapchat. Let’s take this journey together.
“They’re just my all-time fav band and sing directly into my soul. NBD.”
Lab Girl by Hope Jahren is one of the most exquisite pieces of science writing I’ve ever read. As a researcher and professor of geobiology for the past 20 years, Jahren has earned accolades for her work. Here, she shares her passion.
Google’s open hardware platform for creating modular smartphones is back, but it’s different.
“Nope nope nope. I’m Cameron.”
Gina Rodriguez. The answer is Gina Rodriguez.
I think the analog-digital tension is pretty common in our generation. I found a couple of things to ease that tension — tools and toys that satisfy the need for both physical and cyberspace.
I want to Feel the Bern, doc! I really do!
“Deep canvassing” methods can have a strong impact on transphobic attitudes, according to a new study.
Lately I’ve been consuming media and playing games that have made me reconsider my apathy toward Cthulhu. So here’s some Cthulhu for the new enthusiast.