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Picked this baby up from her at ZICS 2013 - she was running the long table with a friend/colleague and looking absolutely fabulous. She was the only one I was comfortable showing my sketch book to, and she accepted it with grace and respect.
I liked this zine because of it's exploration of gender…
The first issue of Gender Matters has been really successful. It's in the hands of many youth, teachers, parents and zine readers! All the sale proceeds have been donated to organizations that support trans/gender variant youth...nearly $350.00
SO LET'S MAKE ANOTHER ISSUE!
Topic: (Essays, anecdotes, comix, poetry) from gender variant folks telling stories of going through puberty and adolescence, and early adulthood experiences. Take that as…
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- How vulnerability can combat misogyny within trans communities
- Vulnerabilities and doors as a queer mixed woman
- Coping with internalized misogyny, consciously staying away from men, and familial dynamics
- Nuances of high school…
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Absent Cause zine was established in 2008 as a venue for people from myriad cultures and selves, pushed to the outskirts and into the underground, to find each other, draw connections between their experiences, and gain strength for their struggles.
The term “Dangerous Gifts” is usually associated with the special contributions of people with mental illness / variance. But there are many kinds of dangerous gifts we experience and share: the person who chooses to wear…Continue
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We’re creating a zine collecting art and writings on feelings, struggles, copings with adjusting from student life into unemployment, or into unstable employment (i.e. being in and out of work, or on
Hello out there!
My name is Sonia and I used to work with a group of womyn from Maine called the Mimi Collective. For about three years, we dedicated ourselves to learning and providing resources and workshops about
reproductive and sexual health, consent, assault prevention, survivor
support, gender and queer and feminist hystory. The opportunity to
learn about our bodies, deconstruct oppression and grow in a safe space
will be an inspiration for my work for years…
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