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Ann Leckie herself recommended it to me. In person. LeftHandOfDarkness-ebook

We wrapped up Imperial Radch, and now we’re time-traveling back to 1969, the year Ursula K. Le Guin’s The Left Hand of Darkness was published. This work fits our theme by featuring an entire planet of “ambisexual” (bigender and bisexual) humans, who are androgynous for most of the month except when in “kemmer,” during which time they essentially develop genitalia and hook up with each other.

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Leckie_AncillarySword_TP-220x333Hold 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!

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I attended Geek Girl Con in Seattle over the weekend, and it was beautiful. I’d like to recap some of the panels and provide some commentary and helpful links.

First of all, why does Geek Girl Con, now in its third year, exist? The panelists for “Changing Culture in Mainstream and Alternative Spaces” discussed how GGC came about and what we can do to make geekdom safe and fun for everyone.

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Via 16-Bit Sirens’ “CONsent.”

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