Sam Killermann. I write, doodle, code, and fund this site... all by lonesome — at least, that was true, up until I started asking for help with funding the site 2018, and people started employing me to create things in 2019. If you dig what I'm doing here, I could really use the help:
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With almost 10K social media shares, but not quite, these posts are all viral sensations.
Print one of the signs below and attach it to any single-stall, individual bathroom you see in your community that is currently (and unnecessarily) gendered. Raise awareness. Create change.
A bunch of comics that hit on some of the more peculiar social aspects of gender, as well as my peculiar sense of humor.
A bit cheekier than my other privilege lists, this one focuses on the unearned benefits the bros in our society get, that the more feminine guys (like moi) do not.
We're all snowflakes. But we're also all stereotypes. Let me try to help you understand that with a hot bowl of You Soup.
If you're doing social justice work you're inevitably going to encounter some tough times. Here are my suggestions for getting through them.
Because sometimes you just need help you didn't ask for
A comic depicting a few DOs and DON'Ts of encouraging inclusive language
The phrase "non-straight" is not a more inclusive, more "PC", or in any way a better alternative to "gay", "lesbian", "bisexual", "pansexual", or other term for a sexual minority.
Did that title irk you a bit? Perfect. We're off to a good start.
The world, as it is right now, is unwelcoming, inaccessible, and dangerous for many folks who are trans*. Here are a few humble steps we can take to remedy that, in the spirit of social justice.
I respond to a troll attacking my chosen lifestyle.
Political correctness is about looking good to others, being inclusive is about being good.
A plea to stop using "gay" as exchangeable for "bad."