The Pervert is definitely going to turn off some readers, it’s full of swearing and violent homophobia and transphobia and explicit sex scenes, but for the people who read it, it will stick with them forever. This book is a wake up call.
“Is that Emily? And Sarah!? AND Casey??”
“Identify the following gay looking birds.”
“Of all the awful ways to be insulted in this body I gotta say: I’m most frequently bummed out by folks who think they’re being nice.”
There’s something about your first kiss with a girl, something different. It can bring out truths you’re not ready for, it can open doors that can never be closed, it can change your life forever.
The combat has a frenetic arcade-iness that makes me a little giddy even as I’m being chewed up by the robot dog that was for some reason built under the metallic skirts of the robot diva that was for some reason deemed an essential part of the robot invasion force.
As you know, Brianna Hildebrand, the actor who plays Negasonic Teenage Warhead is queer herself, and she somehow looks even more gay in this second movie than she did in the first one, so everything is set up for the character to be gay.
“I’ve grown to love reading my horoscope.”
She’s sensitive and nervous, super emotional and super, super gay. She’s a perfect gay role model.
Do you wish your crosswords were a little less, well, heteronormative?
I like showing my body, despite the stigma against being comfortable in your own skin.
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.”