Those of us born in the 1970s will remember a time when the internet was a place for nerds—a haven away from being picked on for being queer, troubled, or different. Ray Cha remembers the pre-graphical internet as a safe place to come out, others remember it as a place to cruise, and yet others recall it as a safe place to learn about their own identity by meeting other queers and learning about how to deal with difficult issues. This is a compilation of queer and computer themed interviews, anecdotes, comics, surveys, etc. It also has the most awesome, and quite possibly the only, series of poems about early 90's fantasy role play computer gaming. Includes a rad "Queer Nerd Hall of Fame" poster to hang above your desktop for daily inspiration. Worth any price. Party on!
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