Presumption of a disposable income, able-bodied access and ability to use any tool, while prioritizing heterosexual monogamy, whiteness and cis identity, all create a sex toy culture that rejects and erases marginalized users.
Issue 42 on October 18th, 2016
"Opportunities for queer representation are improving, but there are certainly still gaps that need to be filled."
Issue 41 on September 6th, 2016
I still can’t see myself in role models or dream jobs.
Issue 39 on July 25th, 2016
My hope is that we can allow folks to express the truths of their existence and be their full selves while seeking to connect with others.
Issue 38 on June 20th, 2016
Does chronic exposure to workplace stressors and aggressions affect our neuroanatomy?
Issue 37 on May 24th, 2016
Diverse characters and storylines are often withheld from games to be sold as optional add-ons for additional cost.
Issue 36 on April 25th, 2016
The more we discuss the dangers of training AI on only small sets of data and narrow ideas about identity, the better prepared we will be for the future.
Issue 35 on March 28th, 2016
An Interview with Riley H.
Issue 29 on November 4th, 2015
Organizations run by primarily white, cis, straight founders train the majority of their focus on alleviating alienation for white cis women in cis male-centric spaces, but do little to dig deeper into other marginalized identities and access needs.
Issue 25 on August 11th, 2015
Making as a gay man is a political statement that I will not be relegated to the periphery of society, seen as inconsequential, or be without the power to shape my own world and the worlds of others.