…the word for she/he/it are WRITTEN differently but PRONOUNCED the same.
2019 could already use some good things.
Class of 19-TooDamnRecent.
Legacy of the First Blade is one of the most egregious lesbian storylines I’ve ever seen.
People don’t realize how damaging it is to only acknowledge a part of someone instead of their entire being. I’m black and queer and fat and a woman. Yes, I love cosplay but please — don’t forget my “and.”
“Group sex has betrayed me.”
“Have you forgotten what the A in LGBTQIA stands for?”
Sometimes it’s hard to tell.
The jeans, the belt, the button-up; her sunglasses, her hair, the way she leans. The dyke energy coming off her is unmistakable.
It’s official. This cold is bumming me out.
What do best friends do together?
“I will not have you ruining another show with your ‘facts.'”
“Because I’m the best!”
Welcome to the Georgia O’Keefe College of Arts and Subtle Dramatics!
We’re not even sick of each other.
“Straighter than an arrow! Straighter than a ruler! Straighter than uncooked spaghetti! Straighter than your parents! Straighter than a 401k!”
Critical Role helped me realized that D&D is about storytelling, and that there’s plenty of room for queer people in stories.
“A lot of it is the need to stay constantly informed at all times just to have something to say about it, ya know?”
I’m ready to look fondly backwards at Sadness as something I once was.