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A few years back I gave my friend Jackie a copy of my first zine, I Am Not The Rain, which I put together with my friend Amber. It’s a zine about a lot of things, mostly about life after experiencing childhood sexual abuse. Jackie was quite excellently awesome and asked Amber and I if she could turn it into a video story. The video also turned out to be quite excellently awesome. I have wanted to get it…Continue
Added by sarah tea-rex on January 15, 2012 at 7:04am — No Comments
Basically this one's supposed to be a sort of "101" (hopefully more along the lines of "Not Your Mom's Trans 101" in taking a more radical perspective) to the issues of Autistic rights activism (I'd say neurodiversity but there's broader concerns in that that aren't addressed here; however, effort is being made to not be erase-y or otherwise problematic about the struggles of other neurodivergent groups, especially since the contributors/probable contributors fall into several…Continue
Added by Eric on July 4, 2011 at 1:30pm — No Comments
Wahoo! It’s finally arrived for you all- a wonderful and completed Graduating into Unemployment zine is now hanging out and waiting for you to download, order, or pinch from an upcoming zinefest. You can get all the scoop on it here, or order a copy at Sarah Tea-Rex Shop. Thanks to…Continue
Added by sarah tea-rex on May 8, 2011 at 9:46am — No Comments
As a result of being rather hectic these past few weeks as well as the cumulative effects of vengeful technology’s refusal to cooperate with me, I have had a bit of a zine lull. But I am now back in the swing of things!
The Sarah Tea- Rex Etsy Shop is now stocked with copies of all of my zines- so they are ready to be ordered and sent to you all! I have managed to get a copy of …Continue
Added by sarah tea-rex on April 2, 2011 at 8:08am — No Comments
That's quite a long post title, isn't it? Oh well. Here's the skinny:
I'm making a comp zine about the misconceptions people have faced with regards to their disabilities.
Are you going to take a shotgun to the next person who tells you it's all in your head?
Do media representations of your disability make you grit your teeth?
Ever had someone ask does he take sugar, or variations…Continue