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    Rachel Stevens

    Staff Writer. Rachel J Stevens is a transgender woman living in Seattle, Washington, originally from Michigan. She loves science fiction, music, bright colors, and combinations thereof. She spends entirely too much time reading on the internet and thinking about robots.

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  • Advanced Functionality: Date Night With WWAC

    Advanced Functionality: Date Night With WWAC0

    I would probably date Nautica from Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye, were she an actual existing person. She’s an adorable, well read, left leaning, politically minded, sweet purple lady that likes cats. Basically my girlfriend, if she was a giant robot that turned into a submersible vehicle and had engineering knowledge.

  • Magic: The Gathering Introduces A Transgender Woman To Their Fiction

    Magic: The Gathering Introduces A Transgender Woman To Their Fiction3

    • February 2, 2015

    Every Wednesday, the official Magic: The Gathering website publishes a short story set in the fictional world where the current expansion of the card game is set. Presently, stories are being told about Fate Reforged, set a thousand years in the past of the war-torn plane of Tarkir. The dragons extinct in the present day

  • [NSFW] Fucking Trans Women: “A sexual cookbook.”

    [NSFW] Fucking Trans Women: “A sexual cookbook.”2

    Fucking Trans Women #0 Mira Bellwether Released: October 2010 80 pages, zine Fucking Trans Women is an 80-page zine by Mira Bellwether about sex, gender, and trans women representation. It includes personal and political essays, diagrams, 101 info, and sex tips. The zine is available in hardcopy or as a PDF. The following conversation between

  • Fate Reforged: Roundtable

    Fate Reforged: Roundtable0

    Featuring Jo Fu, Jules Low, and Rachel Stevens “Travel back in time to a war-torn Tarkir where five clans clash with the mighty dragons of the past. The choices made now will decide the fate of Tarkir.” At least, that’s the idea according to the Magic site. Let’s see what our writers have to say about this