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Designing Interactive Systems Conference
Over the past decade, the growth of voice assistants has presented new challenges within domestic life. Prior research has shown that such technologies afect users unevenly or fail to account for some relationships and domesticities entirely. Our work investigates the under-examined topic of queerness at home. Drawing on the experience of queer breakup, we describe a design inquiry and a frst-person research approach exploring two concurrent relationships in separate households both usingdoi:10.1145/3532106.3533542 fatcat:dvwpgyngh5h47ib6ws5yfb2p2u