It is extremely rare that I’ll read a book in a single sitting, but when I do it’s because I have to know what happens next. That was definitely the case with Jae’s Departure from the Script! The book starts with a date from hell and immediately pulls you in from there. Aspiring Actress Amanda … Continue reading Book Review: Departure from the Script, by Jae
The ABC’s of LGBT+, by Ashley Mardell Ash Hardell. The ABC’s has never been as easy as one, two, three when it comes to the LGBT+ alphabet. As our language continues to develop and change for the various genders and orientations all across the spectrum, it has become harder and more difficult to keep track … Continue reading Book Review: The ABC’s of LGBT+, by Ash Hardell.
Grab a box of tissues because this story will make you feel all the feels! Bingo Love, written by Tee Franklin, illustrated by Jenn St-Onge, and colored by Joy San, is a beautiful story that tells the love story that spans a life time. Take a trip through time with Hazel Johnson and Mari McCray … Continue reading Comic Book Review: Bingo Love by Tee Franklin, Jenn St. Onge, and Joy San
Are you looking for a campy women-loving-women (wlw) spy movie spoof? Well, look no further because D.E.B.S has what you’re looking for! Sultry crime boss Lucy Diamond is back in the states and the D.E.B.S – an elite team of paramilitary college co-ed superspies – are hot on her trail. But when their top agent, … Continue reading Movie Review: D.E.B.S (2004)
This book is a lot of things: it’s a romance, it has fantastical elements, it has relatively believable and likable characters – but it is, to put it nicely, a hot mess. A Knight to Remember, by Bridget Essex, is a book that is at least up front about how ridiculous it is. Simply read … Continue reading Book Review: A Knight to Remember by Bridget Essex
Have you ever had someone tell you “I use They/Them pronouns” and you’re not sure how to use those pronouns? Or are you a non-binary, gender-queer, or gender-nonconforming individual who needs help explaining your pronouns to others? Or are you someone who understands pronouns but wants to be a better ally for their friends, family, … Continue reading Book Review: A Quick & Easy Guide to They/Them Pronouns, by Archie Bongiovanni and Tristan Jimerson.
Sitting in our local movie theatre with my father, who is too tall for the tiny rowed seats, we both tried to not completely dismiss every single movie trailer prior to our film of choice for the evening (with the bad trailers to preface the movie, I shouldn’t have been surprised that my father’s taste … Continue reading First Impressions: Ghost in the Shell – Live Action Movie