Hey everyone, it’s 2020, and we’re about to have a ridiculously busy year in the video games industry. There’s two new game consoles releasing before the year is over, the PS5 and the Xbox Series X, and with them we’ve got a year ahead of us likely to […]
As part of a very well written article by Wired released earlier today, gamers all around the world now know a little bit more about Sony’s next generation gaming console. The machine, now officially called the PlayStation 5, will support ray tracing on a hardware level, will load […]
https://www.syfy.com/syfywire/pokemons-pop-culture-revival-helped-me-connect-with-my-mother While I spent decades trying to tell my mother about an obsessive area of interest I had as a child, it was Pokémon Go that finally made our discussions two directional.
Gather round strangers, queer and pleasant. Come hear another episode of our ridiculous podcast. Starring Laura Kate Dale & Jane Aerith Magnet. A couple of queer, trans ladies who enjoy being very very silly. In this episode: Yu-Gi-Oh World Championships Rocko’s Modern Life: Static Cling Psychadelic-Art.com Transglobal Underground […]
https://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/transgender-autism_uk_5d289f6be4b0bd7d1e1b6743?utm_hp_ref=uk-homepage&guccounter=1 In a feature for The Huffington Post, I talk a little about the themes of my upcoming memoir, Uncomfortable Labels.
https://www.syfy.com/syfywire/night-in-the-woods-mixes-memes-depression-and-positive-queer-representation With Pride month in full swing, it’s time to talk about my favourite queer depressed millennial meme trash child.
I wrote an article for SyFy about being the kind of woman that society often doesn’t want to accept. https://www.syfy.com/syfywire/bitch-planet-unpalatable-femininity-and-being-non-compliant
When it comes to discussing the state of next generation games consoles, right now we have very little to go on other than a series of tech buzzwords. We know officially that both Sony and Microsoft have new hardware releasing late in 2020, with both machines pushing for […]
Not too long ago, one of my favourite musical artists Watsky was playing a couple of shows in London, not too far from where I live. Watsky is a slam poetry rapper, whose tracks combine the energy and fury of rock music, with fast paced lyrics about never […]
I’ve never been good at understanding the expected outcomes of social situations. As someone who grew up with Asperger’s syndrome, not diagnosed formally until adulthood, I often felt socially out of my depth in the world. The ways peoples’ facial expressions could convey a dishonesty of statement, the […]