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 the funding in 2018. If you dig what I'm doing here, I could really use the help:
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A comic depicting a few DOs and DON'Ts of encouraging inclusive language
After digging more into this issue, here's my [completely non-expert] $0.02, as well as some thoughts from someone who actually knows what he's talking about.
I screwed up. And I'm terribly sorry about it. Here's what I learned.
A few colorful graphics for demonstrating your support for the candidate most likely to support you
It's not just about love. It's a severely economic issue as well.
We know that "male or female" has plenty of issues. So what's the best way? Here are a few options to get you started.
In its first year this site went from a couple hits a month to you reading it. Here's roughly what happened.
Trans* is an umbrella term that refers to a bunch of the identities within the gender identity spectrum. Here's a handy graphic that helps explain what I mean.
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.
This isn't a slam on religion; it's a call for inclusive political debate.
If you're a Christian in the US, these are a bunch of unearned benefits you get that members of other faiths (or non-religious people) do not. It's not about shame. It's about understanding.
Did that title irk you a bit? Perfect. We're off to a good start.
6 simple Why's that answer the Who and What of this site.
I’ve created a few graphics about when it’s okay to say “gay” and the one argument that keeps coming up goes something like “How can you regulate language? What’s offensive to one person is not to another. What matters is your intentions.” Intentions don’t matter, effect does. I will elaborate on my response to that question more in...
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