Comics, love and life

Gender Assignment VS Autonomy + Polyshipping

This episode we dig into child rearing without gender assigning and what creating space for gender autonomy has meant to us as a non monogamous family. And we kind of implore you to consider trying it. We also share a submission to our polyshipping game… Spoiler alert: It’s a Star Wars one! Do you want […]

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Attempts At Reassurance

THE BACKSTORY: This was the tip of the iceberg, Marco experienced a lot of stress and panic whenever thinking about advocating for themself at their job because that company was built on the exploitation of latinx people, they outsourced a lot of labor to a call center in New Mexico, where the minimum wage is […]

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Panic Begins To Set In

THE BACKSTORY: I felt really nurtured in the hospital, very understood, very comfortable. Everything was siple and focused, I could just rest, feed the baby, eat food, and read (I was making my way through Heaven’s Queen, I believe, the Paradox series is a must read). In our new house there would be quiet, but I […]

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Special Visitors

THE BACKSTORY: Ember meets their Abuela and Tía!!

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OMG, A PODCAST? Sharing Is Caring is changing…

Here’s a MAJOR UPDATE from Blue! I have had trouble being motivated to sit and write since becoming pregnant and having a baby and I already have a few other writing projects, so putting out Sharing Is Caring material every week totally got back-burnered. I’ve been plotting to engage with this project in a more meaningful way […]

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Choice Revisited

THE BACKSTORY: I wish I could have seen my damn intestines. I wasn’t exactly planning a cesarean, but I wanted to accept it as my reality with bravery and thankfulness. There is no one way to give birth, but I feel like every way you can give birth is brave. I wanted to watch them […]

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The First Wave

THE BACKSTORY: We’re taking a break from posting the comic this week after spending the weekend in preparation for Artist’s Alley Comics Fest where we published the debut collection of The Feeling Is Multiplied zine!  The First Wave puts together a lot of our favorite stand-alone strips. If you didn’t get a chance to get […]

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Que Sigue?

THE BACKSTORY:  Looking back, all the red flags that came up during this time with our ex-roommates really stand-out. For myself, I wish I had paid more attention to what both Rita and Hermelinda were saying and what I was noticing but not wanting to recognize before anything ever came to a head, because they […]

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Red Flags And Foreshadowing

THE BACKSTORY: Blue and I had a lot of time to talk while on this road trip. We often talked about Matt and how we missed him so we would call to check in. This was a moment where I was having increased anxiety because we were closer to home. I was very worried about […]

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THE BACKSTORY: This one goes out to Marco’s mom, from a happy moment on our way back to Oregon with Marco’s family, eating together with her three children. Sorry for posting a day late! We’re citing the having a baby excuse again, we’ve got a lot of plates in the air.

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