😴Post-it-Love Note Sleep Talk Edition😴
Are You a Member of Gaming’s Feminist Illuminati? by Rachel Atwood
Show off your super secret club membership to Gaming’s Feminist Illuminati with this t-shirt, created by Bad at Games’ Elizabeth Simins.
lillinox we need these
Can’t wait for mine so hype so hype
When straight men are like “but if I share a locker room with a gay guy he might look at me!”
Okay leaving aside the fact that gay doesn’t mean attracted to you
And gay doesn’t mean “lacking in any sort of human decency or inability to prevent staring”
DOES THE THOUGHT OF SOMEONE LOOKING AT YOU IN A SEXUAL WAY, EVEN THOUGH YOU’RE NOT TRYING TO BE SEXUAL, MAKE YOU SLIGHTLY UNCOMFORTABLE MY STRAIGHT MALE FRIEND?
Vlambeer’s NUCLEAR THRONE is out on Steam Early Access!
Drew this in a livestream couple days ago! :)
Early access means you can get the game as it is now, and get updates as game development progresses! Development is streamed live on Tuesdays and Thursdays on the Nuclear Throne site!
The Nuclear Throne team:
Director: Rami Ismail
Producer: Jan Willem Nijman
Art/Character Design: Paul Veer
Music: Jukio Kallio
Sound Design: Joonas Turner
Promo Art: Justin Chan
Been playing so much Nuclear Throne lately and it is faaaaaaaaantastic.
Oppression removes its fingerprints by forcing us to use the knife on ourselves. Self-harm is harm.
This is my pal Nadia Kamil in a music video featuring my pal Josie Long as a sexy (but practical) pap smear nurse. It was directed by my pal Ben Harrison and is both hilarious and informative.
I am in this! Puppeteering is my true calling; smell you later, music biz!
I don’t like this expression “First World problems.” It is false and it is condescending. Yes, Nigerians struggle with floods or infant mortality. But these same Nigerians also deal with mundane and seemingly luxurious hassles. Connectivity issues on your BlackBerry, cost of car repair, how to sync your iPad, what brand of noodles to buy: Third World problems. All the silly stuff of life doesn’t disappear just because you’re black and live in a poorer country. People in the richer nations need a more robust sense of the lives being lived in the darker nations. Here’s a First World problem: the inability to see that others are as fully complex and as keen on technology and pleasure as you are.
One event that illustrated the gap between the Africa of conjecture and the real Africa was the BlackBerry outage of a few weeks ago. Who would have thought Research In Motion’s technical issues would cause so much annoyance and inconvenience in a place like Lagos? But of course it did, because people don’t wake up with “poor African” pasted on their foreheads. They live as citizens of the modern world. None of this is to deny the existence of social stratification and elite structures here. There are lifestyles of the rich and famous, sure. But the interesting thing about modern technology is how socially mobile it is—quite literally. Everyone in Lagos has a phone.