Published May 19

Our seventh issue is about the intersections of technology, queer identities and politics. We explore transitioning in the age of Facebook, chronicle over fifty years of gay tech, and critique where existing women in tech efforts are failing. We cover microaggressions against black queer people in the community, talk to the founder of Lesbians Who Tech, and think critically about the use of queer tech in the South. Plus, a Q&A on a new cyberworld for LGBTQA youth, an interview with a San Francisco activist focusing on class mobility, and what abusive work environments are like when you've experienced abuse in the past.

This issue is made possible in part by some of our generous readers: Steve Klabnik, Emily Price, Rusty Foster and Morgan Sandquist.

Should you be defined by the things you’ve posted?
A queer nonbinary South Asian dreams of intersectionality in tech.
About Maven, an interactive virtual community for LGBTQA youth.
Moving through tech as a black trans man.
Gay technology in the South and how it’s changing the ways we live and date.
Growing up abused and transitioning to an abusive workplace leaves the pattern that abuse is normal.