“That’s the thing about love: It’s a risk even Beyonce isn’t immune to.”
Maddi is doing some really brilliant art right now — she’s having a ton of fun and loosening up her style at the same time as she’s refining it and finding her real voice.
A brief journey through the clicker games that have, if only briefly, buoyed me through ennui, ranked very subjectively by how effectively they distracted me from the always-looming malaise that dogs my every step!
“I really like her and I think I wanna make a move. Any tips?”
“We take the role of Ryder, who is a far cry from Commander Shepard. She’s young and untried, great at sudoku but bad at flirting. She’s awkward and not entirely ready for command. She never quite carries that mantle of authority we got used to with Shepard, but when she earns the respect of her crew it feels genuine and nice. I like her. She’s a good hot nerd.”
The short answer: VPNs won’t save us, but it’s better than nothing.
Nothing says second breakfast like some Death Star waffles.
“How’s your husband?”
“We really wanted to make talking about periods an enjoyable experience. Fun characters in realistic situations with cute illustrations seems like the perfect way to show some likable role models talking about their bodily functions in a positive way.”
“Wait… where did he go?”
“Wow, he must be the coolest guy ever.”
Why Senate Joint Resolution 34 matters and what you can do about it.
“We have long-term goals, and short-term goals. But often most importantly, we have obtainable goals.”
“Yes, that’s right. This is literally the farthest place away from Earth that we know of. Pack your bags.”
Miranda Harmon has an art and writing skill that comes from her real life adorably charming personality. She’s able to turn subjects that you might not otherwise care about into stories that you desperately want to see.
In which Autostraddle tech duo Cee and Chloe revisit Lesbians Who Tech and have loads of thoughts about how it’s grown and where it might grow next.
I am a queer immigrant.
You’ve got five day to catch up on Mass Effect before Andromeda comes out. Might be time to quit your job.
“Pink is for girls!”
This ’80s-style STEM PSA reminds us the patriarchy’s been lying to us and fueling our self-doubt our whole lives and sometimes we need to smash that shit with a hammer.