They’re here, at least one of them’s queer, and surprise: she’s not the one who dies! “Coady and the Creepies” rocks queer and disability representation, punk history and more.
ABC has dedicated eight primetime hours to a sweeping miniseries charting LGBT history from the ’70s ’til a few years ago and it’s pretty great except for the bad wigs.
The leather Ramona strap-on harness feels extremely sexy in a way that nylon and spandex harnesses never do.
Gay is far more honest than most about the weird ways we actually solve for love. The necessary ugliness in getting there.
“If you like to be on top during penetrative sex but you’re by yourself, the Moody and some ingenuity plus quad strength could be your solution.”
This is a good solid shirt, with a surprising (and surprisingly effective) secret button.
Polymail is officially the best mail app I’ve ever used. I’ll soon be deleting the others I’ve been using. It deals with aliases, it hasn’t quit by itself yet. Ugh, I’m so in love with it.
No Hope Allowed.
It takes hard work to maintain any partnership — whether it’s between lovers or friends or the person you shared a uterus with.
Lab Girl by Hope Jahren is one of the most exquisite pieces of science writing I’ve ever read. As a researcher and professor of geobiology for the past 20 years, Jahren has earned accolades for her work. Here, she shares her passion.
The silicone Je Joue Ami Balls will help you kill your kegels.
“Dryland,” by Sara Jaffe, is a quiet coming of age tale clad in flannel on the outside; on the inside, it’s draped in gorgeous prose.
I’ve been reading quite a few fan theories and Poe/Finn pairings recently, but I won’t subject you to that (unless you want to talk in out in the comments, in which case, hello). Instead, I wanted to share with you some top notch nerd speculation on the science of Star Wars.
I went on the hunt for great text-based games. That’s when I found the “Choice of” game series by developer Choice of Games, LLC.
Jessica Jones is not a perfect television show, but it is a perfect punch in the face to the reasons the art of superhero storytelling has mutated into one of the most sexist industries in America.
“Zombies signify failure — of political will and social cohesion, of technology and medicine, of the human body and soul. These are all topics that are being battled over right now, among people who care about all three worlds that this series occupies: science fiction, feminism, and bicycling.”
Want to be filled with awe and rage? I have just the video game for you.
“A murder, Fred Armisen, a bar mitzvah and Molly Shannon.”
The Fun Home star returned to her roots at Joe’s Pub at the Public Theater in New York City on August 31st to perform a one-woman cabaret show following a rural lesbian through her tomboy childhood, an engagement (to a man!), her first stint as an actress in New York, another marriage (to a woman!), and her ever-tense relationship with her Colorado cowboy father.
Slam City Oracles is a local two-player computer game that let’s you come in like a wrecking ball. It’ll be out on September 1st—here’s a sneak peak and a review.