“Did someone here order two rowdy kids?”
Queer culture is seeing nine cats in one day.
Every year, Halloween comes around… like a beautiful one-night stand
“You don’t know my thirst!”
During my very first tabletop roleplaying adventure, my wood elf ranger casually picked up what was a very clearly a very cursed bell; rang it; and sprouted a pair of donkey ears — and that’s when I became hooked on Dungeons & Dragons.
There’s an instinct when you move somewhere, I think, to carry with you an idea of home.
Being queer is being free.
Better luck next time, Champ.
On October 6th, Batwoman will add another first to the list: She’ll land in Gotham City in her much-anticipated series, making her the very first lesbian superhero to headline her own show. It’s been a thrilling, harrowing, often bumpy road to get here — but Batwoman always comes out on top (if you know what I mean and I think you do).
“That’s your cue, Romeo!”
What if I can leave the past on the shore?
“LOVE IS REAL!”
“I kinda want to try one of those chicken sandwiches…”
When every piece of clothing you own is made for winter.
I’m someone whose Star Wars obsession was peaking around about the same time I discovered I was into girls, so these two things are deeply connected for me. But I still never thought I’d be proclaiming any incarnation of Vader a queer lady icon. And yet.
Time to examine the habit of self-judgement and move on.
“I love scarf weather.”
“I wanna be seen as who I am: A NON-BINARY QUEER FUCK BOY WITH POOR IMPULSE CONTROL.”