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Case 034: Inqueerior Design

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Case 033: Hole Picks

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Case 032: Halloqween

It’s a rather unconventional October here at The InQueery research labs. At this stage of any other cycle solaris our cultural analytics team would be poring over the sartorial tragedies of another summer party season, and ramping up for the … Continue reading

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Case 031: Nike Fag!

Case 031: NikeFag! Do gays really walk faster than other human beings, or is that assumption based on myth and meme? InQueery head of development, Gavin Liver, was fascinated to discover that gays were outpacing Nike’s metrics, rendering the Nike … Continue reading

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Case 030: Out in the Sun:
A Society Exposé

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A Society Exposé

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Case 029: Femme Fightales

Case 029: Femme Fightales Illusgaytion by @sappycalico Reporting by @lrendon The one-two bitch slap of missing both E3 in June and Comic Con in July has left The InQueery bereft with grief. Important research regarding the intersection of gaymer and … Continue reading

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Iced Coffee Claw T-Shirt

Show the world your pride with this iced coffee claw designed by Armando Veve.

Get to know your new favorite tee – it’s super smooth, super comfortable, and made from a cotton touch polyester jersey that won’t fade after washing.
• 95% polyester, 5% elastane (fabric composition may vary by 1%)
• Premium knit mid-weight jersey
• Four-way stretch fabric that stretches and recovers on the cross and lengthwise grains
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Case 028: Buggin’ Out

Here at The InQueery, we’re still reeling from the forced suspension of all non-essential research. For one team running a toxicological investigation into the venom of Cinux theatrum, commonly known as the Theater Bug, the timing couldn’t have been worse. … Continue reading

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