Netflix is continuing its recent string of big comedy coups. The service has acquired First Ladies, a political comedy starring Jennifer Aniston and comedienne Tig Notaro. The movie (penned by Notaro and wife Stephanie Allynne) will chronicle the escapades of the first woman US President (Aniston) and her wife (Notaro) soon after they move to the White House. There’s no premiere date yet, but the title stands out as a collaboration between two of the streaming service’s more familiar faces.
TUSKS: THE ORC DATING SIM’s full main story is now available to download on itch.io! Almost 120k words of queer Scottish orc-y goodness – I really hope youse enjoy it, it’s been such a journey.
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There’ll be updates coming to the game later in the year to finish off character stories + updating relationship mechanics too, but I’m taking a wee break from Tusks for a while.
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To celebrate the 1st anniversary of ‘Promised Land’ being released, experience the entire story of ‘Promised Land’ for the first time. Available to purchase as a paperback, ebook and audiobook at: www.promisedlandstore.com.
The headscarf, created as part of a campaign to push for same-sex marriage in Australia, sold out days after it was launched in October, Australian-Sri Lankan Azahn Munas told the Thomson Reuters Foundation by phone.
The designer said he was relaunching it for the Australian city’s famous festival on March 3 to“celebrate life and love”, and highlight the struggles of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people.
“We have had such a great response including from countries in the Middle East and East Asia. People were so happy that we acknowledged their identity but not in a negative way,” said Munas, who founded the Melbourne-based label MOGA in 2016.
“They live in fear and persecution, they can’t live a free life because of where they live – we want to do this as a way to support them.”
Australia legalized same-sex unions in December after a national postal survey overwhelmingly endorsed marriage equality.