Atheists Hate Loving the Rapist

Wanna learn about Christian Storytelling and The Atheist Religion without sitting through movie reviews that can be several hours long (and include jabs that lump religions that don’t act at all like christianity with the religion that actually has hegemonic, systemic power in America)? Here are the highlights of GAMcast and Hannah and Jake giving Loving the Rapist the smack down it deserves.

Continue reading “Atheists Hate Loving the Rapist”

Highlighting Beyond the Scenes: What Does a Post-Roe v. Wade America Look Like?

Is your favorite underpaid, overworked catboy linking a bunch of videos you don’t have time to watch? Well not to worry, everyone, for your savior has decided to present unto you a highlight reel! I’ve also made some art for you to spread around on twitter, favorite on deviantart, and upvote on reddit!

What Does a Post-Roe v. Wade America Look Like? – Beyond the Scenes

Continue reading “Highlighting Beyond the Scenes: What Does a Post-Roe v. Wade America Look Like?”

Reading Where Decay Sleeps Part 2

Read my thoughts on Part 1: Pallor Mortis (Birth).

Warnings for this section: Alcohol (The Thing on the Subway; Zombies@the Arches), Hanging (The Thing on the Subway), Stalking (The Thing on the Subway), Gore (Zombies@the Arches; Monster Tinder), Death (Computer Love); Sex (Computer Love).

Beware of spoilers, all who enter here!

Continue reading “Reading Where Decay Sleeps Part 2”

Reading Where Decay Sleeps Part 1

Many apologies to Anna Cheung, the author who worked very hard on these poems. I’m not a poet and I know it. I’m writing these thoughts as I go so I can process what I’m reading better. Hopefully, others will appreciate them too.

If anybody out there struggles with poetry, you’re not alone. There’s help out there for us. Somewhere. I’ll google it later!

What I’m reading today is the Pallor Mortis (Birth) section of Anna Cheung’s debut anthology of Chinese Gothic horror poetry, Where Decay Sleeps, published by Haunt Publishing. I got this book as part of a kickstarter reward, just so everybody’s clear. While I could write a separate essay based on how the sunk-cost fallacy might combine with this fool and my money are soon parted to form a tornado of “I’m loving this book uncritically, I don’t give a damn!” James Stephanie Sterling has a whole video on the topic you can watch instead. Besides, I’m a hype man, not a salesman.

Continue reading “Reading Where Decay Sleeps Part 1”

18 Black Queer Streamer Recs

This list focuses on Black queer streamers who have not yet reached partner (at the time of publication). So no cypheroftyr, IamBrandon, MiladyConfeti, blizzb3ar, keekeexbabyy, or CriticalBard; but if this are the first time you’re seeing these names, I encourage you to check them out as well. Black Queer content creators are some of the hardest working people in their professions as well as the least rewarded, so it’s important to give them extra support in return; especially in light of twitch’s heightened months of hate raids.

Continue reading “18 Black Queer Streamer Recs”

Queer Streamer Shout Outs #1

(This post originally appeared several months ago in Queersletter Issue #1. It has been reposted here for archival purposes and to update pronouns.)

Trans Tiltify is still streaming for the Texas branch of the American Red Cross. This pandemic is already straining medical and hospital staff, and these recent blizzards and blackouts have only made it worse.

So if you’re looking for some cool trans, nonbinary, and trans nonbinary (and werewolf and protogen) twitch streamers to check out and a way to help out Texans, you can do both!

Continue reading “Queer Streamer Shout Outs #1”