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.
Aside from the record-breaking amount of donations received, women speedrunners were more prominent than ever at this winter’s AGDQ.
Let’s fill that Black Panther-shaped hole in your heart.
This is a game about a vacuum that is not about vacuuming, and it’s a game about sadness that is not a sad game. I did cry at the end, but I basically always cry at the end.
Everyone who’s been clamoring for a romance comic about queer Black women written by a Black woman and with art by women has gotten exactly what they want with “Bingo Love.”
It did not go well.
I discovered the #1 thing that isn’t cool: giving a damn about someone’s opinion of me.
We’ve got one warm-up song to help you be the very best like no one ever was, as well as two songs of cooldown, totaling about five minutes, from everyone’s favorite queer farming simulator. And everything in between.
So much good STEM news this week! Come and get your links.
“I guess there just aren’t enough hours on the bus.”
I’d suggest hopping on board now so you can say you were there when they had their first kiss. It’s gonna be worth it.
Happy Lunar New Year! Will Baopu survive the Lunar New Year dinner challenge?
We’re all lucky enough to see an exclusive preview of this book about dresses, gender, true selves and love right here.
“That’s it, I’m cancelling my Valentine’s three-way to celebrate with you!”
“The deadline’s today??”
Women scientists on an Antarctic mission to save the planet, a history of Black scientists, a call on Twitter to create positive, non-sexist, and diverse science gifs featuring women and more!
Checking out the #hourlycomicday hashtag on Twitter is a great way to find a bunch of your favorite artists, as well as new ones you haven’t seen before, giving you a little snapshot of their lives.