Love em or hate em, it would be hard to come by great games without game companies. Here are some of the ones we admire best.
Having a partner come out as polyamorous can be rough. Here’s how I dealt with my wife being poly.
The detail within these texts is staggering. It extends to precise instructions for creating olive oil as well recipes for various types.
Machine-learning algorithms have promised governments and private companies the power to glean all sorts of information from people’s appearance.
We touch down on a serious issue this week with special guests Hugo Wang and Cecilia Hua and discuss the rise in hate crimes and anti-Asian sentiment in the wake of the global Covid-19 pandemic. Hugo Wang is the director of Initiatives at A Little Bit Human and is pursuing a master’s degree in public […]
Isha Jain is joined by Alittlebithuman.com Contributor, Joseph Sherwood to discuss the importance of keeping a good plumbus around the house. We learn what plumbuses… plumbi? -what plumbuses are made of, how they came to be, and just what the hell Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon were smoking when they came up with the Plumbus […]
Rosemary? In soup?! Witch! In this episode, Isha welcomes ALittleBitHuman.com contributor Rachael Green to talk about the term witchcraft and how it can be used to empower women. Plus, some insight into the historical significance of the word witchcraft and how it came to be, and a special story about the only female pope. Click here to read the […]
Andri, an anxious teenage boy, hides and represses his sexuality in fear of his masculine father’s reaction but, on the eve of Andri’s first date, he finds a clever way to reveal his secret.
I never was a fan of the Assassin’s Creed series, not truly. I enjoyed the games all the way back to the original crusades but, the enjoyment always tended to be rather short-lived. The graphics, the gameplay, the freedom to climb any structure. It was fun. For a while. But then it started to get […]
Why is Iceland called Iceland? Why is it devoid of trees? Why is it a great place to be a woman? Find out in this first part of the series ‘Why, Google, Why?’.