In this edition, gross moé pearl divers, Out in Japan photography project, ward-recognized civil unions in Tokyo, and more.
Hold on to your tea, Citizens, it’s time again to blast off into space with the second installment in Ann Leckie’s Imperial Radch trilogy, Ancillary Sword!
We’re finishing The Song of the Lioness quartet today with Tamora Pierce’s final book in the series, Lioness Rampant, in which Alanna gets some problematic booty, punches a mystical baboon, and fights an undead wizard.
Contains major spoilers, femme-/non-binary/magic shaming.
We made it! 31 days of spoopy feminist Halloween fun: horror media recommendations, cultural criticism, and great comments and recommendations from you!
Just for fun, have some terrifying audio illusions, or, as I like to call it, “Death Stomp Underwater Hell (Midi).”
Reader Ali suggested the 2015 film The Falling in a comment, so I checked it out!Continue Reading »
Friendly reminder from your neighborhood queer AFAB type that “lesbian” is not the same as “queer women” ~~~~~☆
THAT SAID, this genius list of fake queer-lady horror films is hilarious (and BTQ inclusive):
This is a guest post by the delightful Kathryn of Contemporary Japanese Literature.Don’t Go In The Old Greene House is a short haunted house game made using Twine. Although it features ghosts and gets creepier as the player progresses, ultimately the story is about a young woman coming to terms with her body and her identity. [Contains mild spoilers.]