Here’s a midweek pop culture fix for you folks!
+ Okay, that’s awesome: The Sims 4 has added new cross-inclusive updates, including gradebooks, superior surgery scars, and more. More! “There are also wearable medical devices, such as blood glucose monitors and hearing aids, which makes The Sims 4 more inclusive for the disability community as well.” This is a HUGE deal, and just in time. Trans gamers need a fucking break!
A base game update is here with new content including medical clothes, filing cabinets, fitness clothes, light switch and more including bug fixes and gameplay improvements from the console 🥳💚
Learn more about today’s update in the latest patch notes! https://t.co/4c4vZdfWBY pic.twitter.com/GYbQYijIIm
— The Sims (@TheSims) January 31, 2023
+ Our very own Valerie Anne and Nic chatted with CNN about this super gay episode of The Last of Us. (Also! You can read their recap here!)
+ Related: The Last of Us and The Haunting of Bly Manor find an eerie normalcy in the face of impending doom.
+ Hulu canceled reboot BOOOOOOO!!!!!!
+ MCU’s first trans actor Zoe Terakes talks making history at Marvel.
+ If Sam Smith was a thin, cis woman, no one would have thought of her new music video.
+ Billy Porter makes his television debut with a ‘decidedly queer story’ on Fox’s Accused.
+ This week, The Takeaway podcast talks about queer horror, camp, and how M3GAN became a queer icon.
+ Well! WNBA Free Agency Day is finally here, and things have already gone bananas! Candace Parker signed with the Aces this weekend. Courtney Vandersloot has announced that she is leaving the Sky only last night. And AD Durr re-signed with Atlanta. UPDATE: Breanna Stewart is coming to New York. OH MAN!
“There are a lot of teams I’ve been on that look good on paper, but you gotta do the job.”@Candace_Parker breaks down his decision to join the Aces pic.twitter.com/hfwrnRmh3H
— NBA Television (@NBATV) January 31, 2023
+ Vulture ranked the 515 Netflix original movies.