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Live Tweeting iPad Air 2 / iPad Mini 3 Apple Event!

At work and can’t watch Apple’s live event where it is expected that the iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3 will be announced? We got your gorgeous backs! Simply follow us on Twitter for all the pertinent announcements from Cupertino!

Netflix’s “Daredevil” Revealed By Marvel!

Hunky cosplayers’ skin wasn’t the only thing  being revealed at New York Comic Con over the weekend; Marvel also waited until the last minute to take the wraps off the latest incarnation of Daredevil/Matt Murdock, which will appear in the upcoming Netflix series. For those who couldn’t

Twitter Shuts Down Account That Waged War On Facebook Drag Queens

Twitter has played an unlikely role in the current battle between drag queens and Facebook. Upon learning of the “Real Name Police” account and its anti-gay spearheading of a campaign to sabotage drag queens on Facebook, Twitter took a rare and welcome step: suspension of the account.

Facebook Vs. Drag Queens Round 1: Facebook Wins

Most people are scared of starting fights with drag queens (drag queens usually win, remember Stonewall?), but Facebook is standing its ground. In the battle over which names can be displayed on personal profiles, Facebook maintains that “real names” (a.k.a. government names) are all that is allowed.

We’re Back!!

I missed you so, GX3ers! I’ve just returned from a brief time away marrying the love of my life, Wes, in a historic Iowa barn. It was the wedding of dreams, though I might be a little biased. Gay Geek Guide was on my mind all (well,

Marvel’s Avengers Get Hello Kitty Makeover

Hello Kitty’s been on the news a lot lately (thanks to this little shocking announcement), but now she’s on … Marvel’s Avengers? Like, literally? Apparently so, thanks to digital artists Dreamstore, Leeeeeeeeeegooooooooolaaaaaaaaas (not a typo!) and Nerdwegian. We’ve seen a lot of superhero makeovers online lately, but we’ve gotta say this is the

Brace Yourself: Sanrio Says Hello Kitty Isn’t Actually A Kitty!

Ravers, Japanophiles, little girls and gay boys, Sanrio fanboys and pop-art lovers might want to sit down for this news: Hello Kitty is not a cat but instead a little girl. Wha? That’s right. The dizzying clarification came straight, err, directly from Sanrio itself ahead of L.A.’s upcoming

Email, Internet & Satellites Predicted In 1960s Comic Strip

Comics these days don’t predict much more than our bank account balance (if they’re good and we plan to get the next volume or issue). Back in the ’60s, however, they predicted the future (or the now?) with stunning accuracy. The Sunday comic strip Our New Age