Celeste sets out to climb a mountain and learns a whole lot about herself along the way.
“They want good ant representation in the media they watch. They freak out and throw up when a girl ant actually says “yes” to going on a date with them. Lesbian Ants! They’re just like us!”
“Dating. Sex. Romance. It’s not my jam.”
“There are very few things I love more than being tattooed.”
What at first seems like a pretty straightforward coffee shop fantasy love story quickly becomes a daring adventure about embracing and celebrating diversity and the things that make you unique.
We all have things we’d go back and tell ourselves.
“Traveling back in time to school days, and getting to confront one’s bully, hit me viscerally. I found myself going through the game over and over.”
Hi hello and welcome to springtime, when the weather has no predictable pattern and neither does my attention span. Here are some games I’ve picked up for five minutes or thirty minutes or maybe even an entire hour at a time lately.
“I was about to write, “this book almost seems like fan service,” but, nope, it doesn’t just seem that way, it is fan service.”
“Spend less money? Nope!”
Sometimes you find yourself navigating the dreaded territory of a long distance relationship.
Recently we’ve had queer women in Jessica Jones and Marvel’s Runaways, but Marvel and DC’s cinematic universes are still disturbingly straight.
It’s hard for me to believe in myself, 200% of the time.
These days, I constantly crave queer ass stories about queer ass characters. Luckily for us all, there are some incredible indie game creators who are here to give the people what we want: gays!
Friedhoff games always give players a space to vent rage without real-world consequences; Lost Wage Rampage is no exception, and whoo boy, do we got a lot of rage.
“The first girl I loved punched me in the face at recess in fourth grade.”
Tegan and Sara’s keynote speech, a Desi feminist and DJ from Harvard samples some beats off my her phone, how augmented and virtual reality can be used in politics, how tech is helping the resistance and much more from Lesbians Who Tech!
“I’ve been thinking a ton lately about internalized ableism and homophobia.”
“The joy these people are feeling for having found happy, loving and affirming relationships is radiating off of the page. These are clearly trans people who have found happiness with who they are and where they are in life, and the art goes a long, long way to show that.”
You’re almost too gay to write a function.