In “Pockets,” Sydney and her mom are on their way to go shopping for some hiking boots and shorts for Sydney’s trip. She’s normally wearing skirts and cute flats, but her mom is understandably concerned about those kind of clothes while she’s hiking up a mountain for a week.
Remember the note from Ruth? Mae follows what it said and goes to Cafe Peru before her shift.
#1: You spend most of your disposable income on legal fees.
Nothing is straightforward about Senua’s journey.
“I needed a distraction from all the daily reminders of how racist this trash planet is…”
I have personally selected the nerdiest and gayest enamel pins for your denim jacket, here you go.
Molly Ostertag knows how to draw to women (with tails and cat ears and fangs) having sex like Cate Blanchett knows how to seduce young shopgirls.
Mae gets an unexpected knock on the door.
“Who knew Str8 Karen could be so exhausting?”
Where do birds go during a hurricane, the physics of cozy sweaters, free posters of women mathematicians, and more!
“I have managed to become completely convinced that I will never be a real adult.”
Jonesy, a comic about a teen latina who can make people fall in love as well as she can make zines, Vols 1-3 are out and I checked out Volumes 1-2 just for you!
3 A.M. is back! Mae is freaking out about Ruth’s note. What’s her game plan?
“What if we just watch Buffy instead?”
This is, essentially, the best angst fanfiction I have ever read.
“Enter, children, unto my super gay gingerbread house of sweet queer temptation.”
The most resistance-related tech conference I could envision, honestly.
The Legend of Gay Zelda will capture your attention and pull on your heart with its adorably nerdy stories of queer love between video game characters.
“This wasn’t the playground anymore. Kid stuff wasn’t going to work on a teenager.”
“I’m a lot more than some sad girl who grew up in a sad place.”