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Issue 20 by Cameron G. on April 30th, 2015
As much as social media activism has evolved, it cannot escape its dependency on oppressive norms, ripping the legitimacy of movements from their creators.
Rainbow-toned smoke coming from recently-extinguished candles.
Issue 19 by CK Oliver on April 8th, 2015
In speaking about domestic violence online, we must be inclusive of those that do not fit the traditional narrative.
A tweet from user LynnMagic that reads 'pls read the sign. GAYS ONLY !' Attached is a photo of the author pointing to the words 'gays only' written sideways on her chest.
Sex and Sexuality by Lynn Cyrin on September 8th, 2014
Go out into the twitters. Become more gay. More powerful!
Piers and the ocean at night.
Sex and Sexuality by Neve Be on September 8th, 2014
Many of us do not know what a private body looks like.
People in Google shirts holding a banner that says 'Google' with rainbow detailing.
Sex and Sexuality by Erika Lynn Abigail on September 8th, 2014
By placing improvements for trans tech workers within a systems perspective, transgender rights advocates can make tech more accessible to the most marginalized parts of the trans community.
Image of a bridge at sunset in Baton Rouge.
Queer by Dylan Staley on May 19th, 2014
Gay technology in the South and how it’s changing the ways we live and date.
The marquee sign of the Castro Theatre, which reads: First-ever Lesbians Who Tech Summit.
Queer by The Editor & Leanne Pittsford on May 19th, 2014
Q&A on the Summit, queer women in technology, and the latest and greatest in queer tech.
The three founding members smile and look at the camera. Snacks and a Mozilla sign are in the background.
Queer by The Editor & Monica Ann Arrambide on May 19th, 2014
We interviewed Monica Ann Arrambide from Maven.
Photo of many multi-colored handkerchiefs in the back pockets of an individual wearing jeans.
Queer by Chris Dancy on May 19th, 2014
Five Decades of Gay Technology and Where It’s Going Next
Screen shot of the Tech Can Do Better Project homepage, which reads: LET'S FIX THIS. Workers at all levels of the tech industry contribute to the staggering success of companies in Silicon Valley, yet still struggle to pay for the basics.
Queer by Anonymous Author on May 19th, 2014
A queer nonbinary South Asian dreams of intersectionality in tech.