.. at least for organising bi stuff. Please. I am biased: I have never liked Facebook I did not like it when Facebook started encouraging other sites to have their 'like' buttons, so they could spy on users even when they weren't – gasp – using Facebook, or even logged into it. I did not like it when Facebook removed… Read more »
Looking for more on Dream Daddy, I came across QueerlyRepresent.Me, a wonderful resource about LGBT representation in video games. Recommended.
As part of finding out what people were furious about, the start of the session involved having two large sheets of paper for the attendees to write on. One was labelled 'shit', the other 'shit we can do something about'. Comments in italics were added by other people then, ones in [brackets] are mine now. Ones on the second sheet… Read more »
CW: spoilers and dubious consent, as well as the usual biphobia. The recently released game Dream Daddy: A Dad Dating Simulator by Vernon Shaw and Leighton Gray is described by its producers as: a game where you play as a Dad and your goal is to meet and romance other hot Dads. You and your daughter have just moved into… Read more »
.. and not the good kind. The BBC have been marking the 50th anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of sex between men in England and Wales with a season, Gay Britannia, that includes both radio and TV. Given that the subtitle is "Bold and provocative stories exploring how far we've come since being gay was a crime", you can guess… Read more »
The very lovely people at the very lovely Biscuit magazine have a new badge: Here you go! https://t.co/7BLBHViqW4 #goldstarbisexual pic.twitter.com/5oCCYjMHmn — 💖💜💙 thisisbiscuit (@Biscuitmag) August 2, 2017 (For those of us with adblockers that stop you seeing images in embedded tweets, it says 'Gold Star Bisexual', around a golden five pointed star.) Part of me – most of me –… Read more »