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Magic: The Gathering is ramping up its representation of queer characters, and we've got all the links to embed you in the story!  ...continue »

Our Next Event

We're back for our third year! Flame Con is a two-day comics, arts, and entertainment expo showcasing creators and celebrities from all corners of LGBTQ geek fandom. It features thoughtful discussions, exclusive performances, screenings, costumes, and more! ...continue »
New York Marriott at The Brooklyn Bridge
333 Adams Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201  
Saturday
August 19, 2017
12:00 PM - 6:00 PM

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This week, Rachel and Ari say "nevermind all that" in a notably shorter episode. ...continue »
Power Rangers gets some half-hearted queer representation, some Strong Female Characters in tight costumes get a Spider-Man spinoff movie, and Justice League gets a new trailer. Plus, an inspiring interview with a trans Street Fighter champ. ...continue »
Characters who are queer and Jewish, from DC's Batwoman and Marvel's Wiccan, have only recently begun to be represented in comics, and that needs to be recognized, especially in the current political climate ...continue »
In this week's episode of the Geeks OUT Podcast, Kevin (@Gilligan_McJew) and @GrahamNolan find Aubrey Plaza alluring and scary in FX's Legion, decide that Justice League is in fact going to be...a movie, and become Self-Obsessed with Sina Grace in This Week in Queer.  ...continue »
Celebrate Women's History Month with four fearsome females, including Buffy! ...continue »
The penultimate episode tells us nothing we don't already know, but delivers a good cliffhanger. ★ SPOILERS ★ ...continue »
Time to catch up on the only good DCTV podcast—Legends in Review, featuring your two favorite queers. Here's this week's crash course, finishing with our most recent episode, episode three! ...continue »
Geeks OUT chats with Lilah Sturges about her comics career and coming out as trans ...continue »
Queer Chicago-based artist Sheika Lugtu has gathered a group of diverse creators for her first comics anthology, published by her own imprint Cow House Press. ...continue »