You probably need to watch this video about creating an anti-burnout cocoon.
Always Human is great for fans of anime or manga-style romances, and for fans of creative science fiction stories. And, of course, it’s great for anyone who wants to read about two women falling in love.
“I know we don’t usually have serious talks unless you puked on the floor, but I have an important question for you.”
“I think I’m not here to get coffee!”
Jill has a crush on her boss, Dana, and, predictably, so do I. She also has an ex-girlfriend that’s a whole tropey plot of its own. There’s a gay biker boy and a lesbian veterinarian who works at a company owned and run by dogs.
Kerry Washington will produce, and Rashida Jones will adapt and direct this into a franchise of movies.
This isn’t the Saturday Morning Cartoon you were expecting, but it’ll probably be better than drinking a $5 cup of coffee with powdered creamer, you know?
“Okay, so there’s this girl…”
The Holigays are here, and hot dang! The feelings are too!
“5. Center Your Universe on Wonder Woman, Not Batman”
I helped myself find acceptance. But where do I go from here?
“I’m focused. I’m driven. I’m hydrated and independent.”
A sweet, exciting RPG that’ll give you warm fuzzy feelings and non-binary heart eyes for days.
We’ve seen a lot of canonically queer women in comic book movies lately; here’s the gift guide for those who are thrilled about that development.
Wear your pi and eat it too.
“You can tell that now is a good time for Scout to finish their erotic novel ‘Buffy The Butt Slayer’ just from their astrological sign?”
“What a great city.”
There are lots of great things about being a queer nerd, but maybe the best is that you get to be friends with other queer nerds. They’re really the best people. And they make great merch.
“That noise you hear is very excited science-y squealing.”
I know this will come as a shock, but I don’t do well with emotional conflict.