Afternoon Snack

Dance 'til you're dead

July 9, 2018 at 1:05 pm

If you are a healthy amount of Online and thus missed it, please read this thread of John Mulaney screencaps as musicals.


Want to get a job making comics? The excellent folks at Women Write About Comics had a long and illuminating chat with your favorite indie publishers to help you get hired!


We’re aaaall about this just-announced Dragon Age comic about a con artist in Tevinter. Look at that hair!!!


Also exciting: longtime POME Ashley has a spot in TO Comix Press’s new queer YA anthology, Shout Out, alongside some real superstars!


Barcelona has taken a radical approach to the growth of their city: welcoming refugees and discouraging tourists.


It’s the 500th anniversary of a mass-hysterical dance epidemic in Renaissance Europe, and we’re kinda feeling like, that’s not such a bad or even implausible way to get out of work this summer…


This essay on the different facets of motherhood (and by extension, womanhood) depicted in fairytales explores how deep-seated and relevant anxieties about “goodness” remain in the modern day.


File under Too Real: 17 Real-Life Would-You-Rathers I, A Woman, Have Had to Ask Myself.


Reductress knows how to make us laugh, but in all honesty, who knows if pretending to be a chimney sweep with a cockney accent would even WORK as a catcall deterrent on this hell earth.


Okay, well, if that doesn’t work, you can always yell it out in private, aided by Netflix’s order of a second season of everyone’s favorite heavy metal cat karaoke drama, Aggretsuko!!


If you’re not watching POSE on FX, you could be missing out on some of the best TV of the year, including Janet Mock’s directorial debut in its sixth episode, “Love is the Message.”


I’M NOT CRYING, YOU’RE CRYING, BUT ALSO… I’M CRYING!!!! Queer Eye season two’s Skyler Jay reveals his true feelings about his episode’s “Trans 101” storyline.


Do you wish you could go back in time to when the Earth had only one huge landmass? Well now you can use your address to determine where you would live on Pangaea, which would probably be useful information to feed into your time machine.

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