“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.
New Year! New Me!
All my life I’ve tried to be impervious, but I am soft.
“We’re not trying to collect apologies, just lunch.”
Change doesn’t have to be made just once every 365 days.
It’s sometimes funny, the things we find ourselves feeling attached to…
I absolutely adore all parts of this comic because all elements of it perfectly straddle two tones. The first, a serious critique of actual modern issues of socially applied technology and the second, something we’re all in serious need of these days: a good gay romp.
“I went to a museum ALONE. Then I treated myself to a fancy coffee ALONE. Then I worked in the library ALONE. Then I bought this sweater ALONE.”