I've always wanted to attend Sexy Spring, but I've never made it. I hope to go someday.
I appreciate your upfrontness (is that a word?) about your brain injury and recovery process in your profile. I don't know how to adequately express my support, but I really respect you for sharing this part of your life.
Hey! I haven't written a zine in a while, I think it's been 7 or 8 years! I really want to put together a zine soon, maybe within the next year. I would love to read anything you have, just tell me what zines you have out and I'll purchase them from you. What projects have you been working on?
wow your zine process sounds amazing! i commend you on your drive to want to put together a zine on your experiences. it sounds like you are writing a much needed zine, i would LOVE to see it when it's finished. thanks for the pic comment. let me know if you would ever like to get a copy of pulse.
thanks for commenting, how are you?
in terms of a current theme in my experience and the things with lola, i think it's all about self empowerment and encouragement as i think we all need to know we can have this powerful influence on ourselves and others and also to bring out confidence and passion without the control or restrictions of others. the reason i do the projects i do is to reach the people out there who are like me when i was younger and hopefully provide them with some positive female influence in the same way i accessed it and it changed my life. how about you? hope youre well x
Sorry for the delay.
My zine is a feminist zine mostly from an Israeli/Jewish perspective but also focuses on the Riot Grrrl scene and third wave feminism from elsewhere in the world, to expose it to the Israeli public.
I live in Jerusalem which is the center of Israel. I was born in the northern part and lived there until I was eight. Then moved to Montreal, Canada with my parents and lived there for 15 years. I moved back to Israel over two years ago, and lived in Be'er Sheva (the south), then Ramat Gan (close to Tel Aviv), and now in Jerusalem. Daily life here is more regular than what people think. I work, eat, sleep and hang out with friends like everyone else. Hehe, that's basically it.
And of course you didn't offend me. It's all good :-)
What do you do at Jewish vocational services?
Schawarma is a food. It's like small pieces of roasted turkey, I think. I don't particularly like it, so it doesn't mean much to me. Unlike falafel which smells exquisit! Hehe ;-)
What your zine about?