Learn how the gaming world can be liberating and limiting for women all at once in CHAINMAIL BIKINI: THE ANTHOLOGY OF WOMEN GAMERS.
Since 2002, Dee Fish has been working on a pair of very different comics- the newspaper strip homage DANDY AND COMPANY, and the fantasy-drama THE WELLKEEPER. In between comics, Dee has also done work for IDW, been a fixture at multiple cons across Florida and Pennslyvania, and undergone the often stressful process of coming out as a trans woman. Read about Dee’s inspirations, her work, and what she plans for the future.
We get a better look into Supergirl’s sister, Alex Danvers, as she comes out without coming out.
In the graphic novel STEVEN UNIVERSE: TOO COOL FOR SCHOOL, join Steven as he goes to school for the first time ever.
In a year where The CW’s queer characters have been taking serious hits, Supergirl’s Maggie Sawyer takes the stage as an openly lesbian detective.
Click to learn 3 reasons why Warren Ellis’ and Jason Howard’s sci-fi comic TREES should serve as a standard for queer representation.
Ready to do the Time Warp again? Here’s how Laverne Cox as Dr. Frank-N-Furter changes everything for THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW.
Eric Cartman is one of the least complicated characters in the history of television: he was just a hateful person. But now, there has been a change in his dynamic that is cause for applause—accompanied by a bit of human tragedy.
While combatting questions of diversity in HARRY POTTER, J.K. Rowling has been surprisingly mum concerning lesbian representation. Even fanworks fall short on the topic of ladies loving ladies. Is this deathly lack of lesbian representation the fault of thoughtlessness or internalized misogyny?
Ship (n): short for relationship; a fandom term for characters who are in, or whom the fans want to be in, a relationship.