The world is full of unknown and terrifying possibilities, like accidentally sending a nude to the family group chat because it was the most recent thing on your camera roll. Protect yourself and loved ones against these dangers and more with easy tips!
AllGo is a review platform created by a queer fat woman where people of size can give and receive information about the comfort and accessibility of public spaces.
“There is one thing that everyone has, even in rural Africa, and that’s a phone,” she said, recalling what she saw when she visited Kenya. “I created this so we can come together as a community, and so we can sit down and meditate or worship without being berated by someone else’s beliefs.”
Are you, like Lindy West, leaving Twitter? Here’s four apps you can use instead.
83. Glass of Milk. Wayyyyyy too many lactose intolerant lesbians for this one. Maybe if it was “Glass of Soy Milk” or “Glass of Almond Milk” it’d be higher.
Some days “home” is a nebulous moving target. Other days, it’s in your pocket.
We put out a call for queer women and nonbinary folks using Pokémon Go: send us photos of you and your pokémon. Here’s what we got.
Google’s open hardware platform for creating modular smartphones is back, but it’s different.
Whether you need to be soothed, entertained, or soothed AND entertained, here are a few apps to make you happy while you’re flying without a data connection.
I did a quick interview with the founder of FlirtyQWERTY, a free and feminist emoji app, about desegregating tech, bringing people together, and flipping people off.
Girl coders from around the world accepted a challenge in February to design websites or apps that increase girls’ access to safe spaces online and in their physical communities. Here’s what they came up with.
But whhyyyy, you ask from your perch on your couch with your tofutti in hand and Netflix on your screen. I’m glad you asked.
While data is technically — partially — protected from search by the Fourth Amendment, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that our right to privacy is not always honored by law enforcement.
I received a text from my fiancée with just the word “EMOJLI.” The caps were hers, not mine. But they do reflect how I felt. Maybe the caps are also mine, then. Maybe they are also everyone’s.
Y’all are on beaches or in cars road tripping through beautiful mountains or on horses or traversing cities I’ve never been to and ugh, JEALOUS! But not so jealous that I’m not gonna halp a queermo out.
It seems like every time I go to buy cat litter, a vendor is urging me to connect via Facebook. In a digital world that constantly wants to authenticate your identity via social media, I can definitely see the appeal of anonymous secret apps.
Because we’re watching you watch us.
“To me, it’s always read as “stabbing myself in the eyes with shards of glass,” which come to think of it is a pretty useful emoji.”