Holly Christine Brown, one of our intrepid contributors set out to snap some photos of a few Force Friday II release events in her hometown.Read More
White House Reportedly Moves to End DACA, Potentially Resulting in Deportations for 800,000 Children and Youth
After a report last week mentioning that Donald Trump is "seriously considering" ending the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, it comes to light today that the White House will soon be moving to follow through on ending the Obama-era program.Read More
I don’t have the option to faithfully recreate myself in a game if I wanted to. My ability to digitally translate myself is taken away by that very first character creation option: Gender.Read More
Reviews are starting to pour in for Guillermo del Toro's new film, The Shape of Water, and the water's looking mighty fine for this fantastic Creature From the Black Lagoon-esque love story.Read More
Pete Souza Posts Photos of Obama Visiting With Hurricane Sandy Victims, Contrasting Trump’s Terrible Harvey Visit
Pete Souza continues to deliver first class shade to the Trump administration.Read More
Fans of Overwatch have been flocking to profess their love for a character who features heavily in a brand new map coming to the game: the Queen of Junkertown.Read More
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis has announced that he's still allowing trans people to serve in the military, despite the White House's orders directing the Department of Defense to ban trans people. But that's what he was told to do in the trans ban guidelines anyway.Read More
Rob Wilkins, who managed Pratchett's estate, posted photos of Terry Pratchett's old hard drive full of unfinished stories being smashed by a steamroller.Read More
Ben Crystal, a British voice actor and artist, recently performed the opening sonnet of Romeo and Juliet with what is considered the closest approximation of what actors may have sounded like when Shakespeare was still alive.Read More
Reggie Watts' dulcet tones pair well with an infectiously catchy melody, all of which serves as a fitting tribute to the wonderful, inimitable John Boyega. Boy-eyey-ga!Read More
Help Tell a Story That Needs to Be Told: Missing Explores the Cruel Realities of Human Trafficking in an RPG
MISSING: The Complete Saga aims to tell the story of a young girl faced with the cruel realities of human trafficking by way of an RPG.Read More
I am all about this photo. Just, like, all about it. Everything. Forever.
Entertainment Weekly just shared our first look at Misty Knight post-Defenders, where she lost her arm in a fight with Bakuto, one of the members of the Hand (lot of arm action going on, eh).Read More
ABC’s Julia will draw from the chef’s experiences at a World War II-era intelligence agency.Read More
This is a thread you'll definitely want to read, and though Chase Strangio explicitly addresses reporters and the way that they write about trans healthcare, it's helpful to anyone who might need to reframe the way they think about trans healthcare in general.Read More
Good riddance to bad rubbish.
Stormfront, the oldest, longest-running white supremacist website, was kicked offline on Friday.Read More
I know where Trump can stick that "thumbs up."
As Hurricane Harvey continues to pound on the city of Houston and all of southeast Texas, the Mexican government has offered to aid the state and its beleaguered citizens in its evacuation and recovery efforts.Read More
I just. I can't even with this video.Read More
Girlpool's songs provide the sort of exquisite mantras that every woman needs whispered into her ear during times of upheaval.Read More
Marc Laidlaw, formerly a writer at Valve, shared a post on his blog that could potentially be the story for a Half-Life 2: Episode 3 that never was.Read More
Top ten anime betrayals.
I'm a sucker for anime-inspired re-interpretations of non-anime things.Read More