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Annie Elainey - YouTuber, Artist, Advocate for Body Positivity, Gender, Race, LGBTQ+, Disability, Chronic Illness, Mental Health

Annie Segarra

Annie Segarra (aka Annie Elainey) is a content creator, YouTuber, and intersectional activist. Recently diagnosed with Ehlers Danlos Syndrome; after her health took an abrupt decline, she focused on her health and creating content. Her video channel and blog cover many topics such as disability, body image, media representation, LGBTQ, and other aspects of her identity, as well as reviews, …

Curio

Curio

Curio, created by Eric Sophia, publishes media and cultural analysis videos and live streams from an intersectional leftist and trans perspective. As Eric Sophia says, “Some pretentious philosophy bits, lots of being mad at people who don’t want to treat others equally.” Curio is also half of the team behind the Rolling With Rainbows podcast, …

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Matt Baume

Matt Baume makes LGBTQ videos, livestreams, and podcasts to empower and uplift queer folks, including Culture Cruise YouTube videos exploring amazing queer milestones in TV shows and movies; The Sewers of Paris, a podcast where queer folks share intimate, personal stories about the entertainment that made them who they are today; Livestreams where they get together and …

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Zoë Blade

Zoë Blade is a musician, writer, and programmer making experimental electronic music, mostly made on a “gloriously feral” analogue modular synthesiser. Notably they make music for popular YouTubers, ContraPoints and Hbomb. Zoë publishes informational and educational videos about creating electronic music (and sound, in general) on their YouTube channel. If you ever wanted to know …

The covers of three of MariNaomi's graphic novels, Dragon's Breath, Turning Japanese, and I Thought You Hated Me

MariNaomi

MariNaomi is a queer mixed-race Japanese-American visual storyteller and community organizer who’s published four graphic memoirs, a graphic novel trilogy called Life on Earth, and many many gags, strips, diary comics, essays, and more. They’re also the creator and administrator of the Cartoonists of Color, Queer Cartoonists, and the Disabled Cartoonists databases. These resources, which feature thousands of comics creators, are free …

POWER NOT PITY logo, a flat black and white illustration of a the traditional wheelchair icon with a superhero cape flowing off the back of the chair occupant and flames coming off the wheel.

POWER NOT PITY

POWER NOT PITY is a podcast by Bri M, a Black, Jamaican, disabled, non-binary queer person who loves telling stories. Bri started the podcast to help address a dire lack of media created about disabled people of color. POWER NOT PITY amplifies the voices of the disabled people of color community everywhere. Using candid interviews, analysis …

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Ana Mardoll

Ana Mardoll is a writer, known for the Earthside book series (modern paranormal-romance books set in Texas) and Rewoven Tales, as well as many published short stories and xer Ramblings blog, Shakesville pieces, Twitter rants, Furiosa review on The Mary Sue, or “that one Ross Geller post I wrote which went briefly internet-viral.” Mardoll is a a self-described “fat, physically disabled, mentally …

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Teespoonie

Teespoonie is Teona, a multi-disabled and neurodivergent Black non-binary woman who’s a writer, college student and self-described “chaotic cripple” creating educational articles on Blackness, disability & neurodivergence. She became disabled a few short years ago and in the process of seeking treatment, began to realize she’s been disabled since childhood. She decided she wanted to write …

Fantasy illustration of whales leaping out of the ocean at nite by Maya Kern.

Maya Kern

Maya Kern is a comic artist, product designer, and musician and the creator of the popular Monster Pop! a comic about two best friends and the slice of life adventures they share set in an alternate Earth where monsters coexist with humans, How to Be a Mermaid, Redden, and other comics. She’s also the author of …

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The Geekiary

The Geekiary is a blog started by fans, for fans. Proud members of many fandoms—Tumblr users and Twitter addicts, con goers, photographers, cosplayers, artists, and writers they’re consumers and analyzers of geeky media. They approach their work from a fan’s perspective, meaning they’re enthusiastic, passionate. As they say, themselves, they have FEELINGS. the Geekiary has …

Black ink illustration of two women kissing by artist P-Curly

P-Curly

P-Curly is a bi-racial artist creating wlw comics and illustrations, working in traditional mediums such as inks, markers and Poscas. She also occasionally animates. She’s working to create art/projects/finished work that she can be proud of so she can build her portfolio to apply to studio jobs. She states that her Patreon will help her focus on the …

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Badass Cross Stitch

Badass Cross Stitch is Shannon Downey, a queer art activist who lives full-time in her RV “traveling the United States (and hopefully the rest of the world when the borders open back up) in an attempt to know everyone and trick people into hanging out with me by teaching them how to embroider.” All this …

Illustration by Moosopp featuring a child and adult eating at a table, the child reaching across the table.

Moosopp

Moosopp is an artist and popular, prolific webcomic creator. His main project, Sunshine Boy, is an LGBT+ slice of life story about the difficulties of parenthood and self acceptance. He also creates Daybreak, a spin-off series focusing on the tritagonist Marcus from Sunshine Boy and his classmate Cog; A Call Away From Home, a story …

Portrait of Mia Mulder, video esssayist, wearing a WWI era military helmet.

Mia Mulder

Mia Mulder is a Swedish historian and popular YouTuber who publishes video essays about history, politics, current events, activism, theater, and art. She’s also a trans woman. Her videos usually cover political and social issues, leveraging her chops as an historian to provide historical context. Her explorations of LGBTQ+ people during specific historical eras can …

Philosophy Tube

Philosophy Tube

Philosophy Tube is British actress Abigail Thorn, who decided to provide free lessons in Philosophy (they have a Masters in said topic) on YouTube when England tripled college tuition rates in 2012. Fast forward to 2021 and the channel has over 900,000 subscribers thanks to Thorn’s acting chops, comedic talent and extremely sharp mind capable of …

The Flame musical podcast

The Flame Musical

The people behind The Flame Musical are making podcast musicals that they can be proud of. They want to make musicals that are accessible to everyone and especially focused on the LGBTQ+ community, starting with The Flame. The Flame tells the story of two women: Jamie, a queer bar owner, and Sam, the woman selling …

The Lesbian Review

The Lesbian Review

The Lesbian Review (TLR) is a website focused on reviewing lesbian fiction, lesbian movies and lesbian music. They even review fan fiction, publishing both written reviews and a podcast regularly. They claim to review only what they enjoy in order to “promote the best products and help lesbian and queer women find their next read/listen/watch.” Primarily focused on books, they’ve …

Trungles

Trungles

For many, Trungles needs no introduction. But for those just learning about Trungles for the first time… Trung Le Nguyen, also known as Trungles, is a Vietnamese-American comic book artist and storyteller from Minnesota. He was born in a refugee camp somewhere in the Philippine province of Palawan. He’s contributed work for Oni Press, Boom! …

Yamino and Ash

The Dynamic Duo of Yamino and Ash

Yamino and Ash are an artist and writer collaboration who publish a free regular webcomic, Sister Claire about a young woman who leaves her quiet abbey to undergo a rigorous journey across a monster-riddled wilderness. In addition to Sister Claire, they have several other projects including Elastigale—an AU based on the world of the Incredibles, …

Bitches On Comics

Bitches On Comics

Bitches on Comics is a podcast that aims to make comics more welcoming and friendly, particularly for LGBTQ folks and women readers. As they say, “Bitches wanted.” Co-hosted by Sara Century and S.E. Fleenor with sound editing by Kate Warner, the Bitches on Comics podcast serves up advice that answers listener questions, as well as …

Jenn Ravenna Tran

Jenn Ravenna Tran

Jenn Ravenna Tran is a Chinese-Vietnamese American cinematographer and filmmaker. Her work is about “finding genuine human connections and the beauty in everyday moments.” She directs and produces her own independent films that are about the lives and stories of LGBTQ folks and people of color including “And Then,” a queer travel romance short film …