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It’s a truth pretty universally acknowledged, that a lot of the geek guides to dating you will find out there are geared towards the antiquated stereotype of a teenaged male who never leaves his basement.
Since we geeks of the 21st century have proven time and again that we come in all shapes, sizes, races, and genders, it’s pretty awesome surprise to find out that comic book publisher/editor Hope Nicholson is crowdfunding a new anthology called Atwood has been publishing some of the most provocative and thoughtful literature since the 1960s and continues to surprise with her dedication to political issues, feminism, and the future of publishing and literature.
The teens are surrounded by strong adult role models who encourage them to behave responsibly and hold themselves to high standards.
There's an emotional storyline surrounding a parent's death that occurred before the movie's start.
Romantic comedy that follows luckless in love Kat on an eventful quest for the right man with the help of friends, Janna and Doug.
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This week, how to talk to gamer girls without coming across like a creep. I’ve been playing PS3 games with the same girl for over 2 years. We even ask each other [what will be the next] game the other is going to buy, just to keep playing together. We’re from the same city and [we’ve] seen each other only three times when she was sad about family issues, just to watch marathons of Doctor Who. I’ve always had feelings for her, but I also respect the Gamer Girl Manifesto ( I’ve never annoyed gamer girls but I feel this is something different and I’ve made up my mind and decided to go ahead…
I know I will put our friendship to the test, but the question is, how to let her know my feelings and not sound like the rest of the stalkers in these games? I love that you respect the Gamer Girl Manifesto, but I don’t think you’re the audience that video was made for.
Outside of LGBT specific panels, there are events with some of our favorite shows that have gay, lesbian, bi and trans characters, and hopefully we’ll all be able to find our little subculture in the wider geek community.
Here’s a look at queer stuff going on at Comic-Con this Wednesday-Sunday. I’m always open to suggestions, as I’m a CC virgin. Out artist Cat Staggs will appear to discuss her work on Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman anthology.pm – pm : Embrace the Madness Unfortunately Katharine Isabelle won’t be on the panel, but perhaps creator Bryan Fuller will give some update and insight into what we can expect from Margot Verner in Season 3.pm – pm Breaking Barriers: Transgender Trends in Popular Culture It’s the first ever all-trans panel at Comic-Con!
Some titles you may be familiar with are set to be released in September.