Online friends and communities rule!
Awkward laughter in the key of “Ace.”
“I’m SCARED of people now, Andy! SMALL TALK? MEETING A STRANGER?? No Thanks!”
Instead of seeing Asian American, queer, immigrant women as “in-between” cultures, we are in fact witness to a world far more connected.
I heard buzzing. Are you two swapping “personal massage” war stories again?
Have you given your fire sign enough attention lately?
“I haven’t relaxed since 2019. I’ve given up.”
A ballad of companionship in the times of COVID.
“He pretended he didn’t know that you were gay — for laughs!”
Are you asking me if I want to work more than just my regular work days? In Black History Month!?!
“I’m sorry, is this a sext or a love poem to the moon?”
Visualizing a meditation for the month of Aquarius, Baopu channels creative energy in her own way.
“What is Gay/Straight Alliance?”
We’ve all picked up some new interest or hobby that no one else shares. That won’t stop us from talking about it.
“Are you watching white supremacists storm the capitol while eating a bowl of popcorn??”
“I physically don’t know if I can stop!”
However distant and isolated we feel, we remind each other to remember to breathe.
This year we got a lot of additions to our lesbian media library, but holiday classics are a tough nut to crack.
The holidays can be hard, but Celeste and their mom always figure it out.
This child wouldn’t allow me to draw in peace unless I was drawing dinosaurs. It’s fine — I’ll just say something queer and relatable.