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In this week's episode of the Geeks OUT Podcast, Kevin (@Gilligan_McJew) and @GrahamNolan, discuss the new FlameCon cosplay policy, confuse Union Jack with a FleshJack in This Week in Queer, and salute our Wonder Woman in Chief as our Strong Female Character of the Week.  ...continue »

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In partnership with Fantom Comics, we're gonna be talking about queer creator Steve Orlando's fantastic recent run on MIDNIGHTER! If you're unfamiliar with this slightly more obscure DC Comics character, don't worry: you can read Volume 1 (subtitled "Out") without any previous knowledge and jump right in. People often describe Batman as a psychopath, and Midnighter is basically psychopath Batman but he's completely unapologetic about it and he loves his job. He's also gay, but that's just one aspect of this fully fleshed-out character. ...continue »
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In this week's episode of the Geeks OUT Podcast, Kevin (@Gilligan_McJew) and @GrahamNolan, discuss the new FlameCon cosplay policy, confuse Union Jack with a FleshJack in This Week in Queer, and salute our Wonder Woman in Chief as our Strong Female Character of the Week. ...continue »
Until recently, virtually none of the thousands of Star Wars characters were recognized by canon as LGBT. Where does the Star Wars universe stand with its representation and where does it seem to be going? A Pride Month review of LGBT Visibility in Star Wars. ...continue »
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Welcome to Geeks OUT’s column devoted to sexual health, relationships, and all things seXy, with questions asked by YOU and answered by me, Professor seX! Send your anonymous sexuality-related questions to professorsex@geeksout.org and look for my response in one of our upcoming articles! ...continue »
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In solidarity with those affected by gun violence, Flame Con is asking you to leave your toy guns at home. ...continue »
A look at how censorship in comics helped to create the queer comix movement. ...continue »
This week gives us dimension-hopping, training a covert ops team of teens, and Civil War. It's... SuperQueeros: all that's lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer in comics today! ...continue »
While Star Trek broke barriers on race and gender in The Original Series, it ultimately fell short on doing the same for LGBT representation in The Next Generation and beyond. ...continue »
“Gone Home” is a beautiful story of young love, and how its heroes overcome all obstacles. ...continue »
A worthy successor to the Pixar classic! ...continue »
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