My Mechsuit is an Anti-Capitalist Machine: An Interview with Scrapyard Smackdown 2068 Champion, Nez Nebula

‘Nebula’s shielding for a long time. Are they damaged? Having power problems? I DON’T BELIEVE IT, WHERE DID THAT DRILL COME FROM?’


If you didn't see it live, you've almost certainly seen a clip online. The astonishing moment when Nez Nebula's wearable robot armour transformed live in the arena has gone interstellar, racking up millions of views in its first day.


My Mechsuit is an Anti-Capitalist Machine: An Interview with Scrapyard Smackdown 2068 Champion, Nez Nebula

P.S.C. Willis

Hologram-U: How Gender Dysphoria Created A Scientific Revolution

Today we’re joined by Martine Ramirez, the creator of the renowned HologramU.


Great to be here.


Martine’s arrived at the office today in hologram form, which is a great way to advertise the product to us – her physical body is in Portugal at the moment. Why don’t you tell us about HologramU’s story, Martine?

Hologram-U: How Gender Dysphoria Created A Scientific Revolution

Ryan Breadinc

Grow Your Own Microgarden

It was only a decade ago that drugs were expensive, controlled by multinationals and insurance companies, and accordingly could be very hard to come by. These days, the genetic modification (GM) revolution means it’s incredibly easy to grow your own DIY pharmaceuticals, alongside a few protein-plants and microgreens, even if all you’ve got is a windowsill. Read on for how to get started.

Grow Your Own Microgarden

Juliet Kemp

Unbreakable Butch: An Interview with Grita Jennifer

In-house journalist Diana Scott had the opportunity to sit down with the star of Unbreakable Butch, Grita Jennifer. Jennifer is most well known for her early role in All Her Children, but is now taking on more serious roles in Hollywood. The transcript of Jennifer’s interview with Scott is below. Let’s listen in on their conversation.

Unbreakable Butch: An Interview with Grita Jennifer

Naomi Norbez

Inclusive Future Magazine is an anthology of speculative prose, poetry, and art in the guise of a pop culture magazine created for all people, from the future.

Issue One, Visions from a Gender Inclusive Future, is exclusively by trans, nonbinary, and genderqueer people. It provides a collective vision for a gender-inclusive future by answering the question, What might gender look like fifty years from now?

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