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In my own words, I explain how society treats men like we're disabled women and how to fight back at those stigmas. I think it is reasonable to offer my discourse as well.
On Transgender Day of Remembrance
On Trans* Day of Remembrance
A text from baedan: a journal of queer nihilism. Identity in Crisis address capitalism's ability to recuperate positive queerness and speaks of queer negation. read more »
selected writings of the Gender Anarky collective in the CA prison system.
for more information, check out: genderanarky.wordpress.com
This pamphlet - written collaboratively by a group of people of color, women,
and queers - is offered in deep solidarity with anyone committed to ending
oppression and exploitation materially. It is a critique of how privilege theory
and cultural essentialism have incapacitated antiracist, feminist, and queer
organizing in this country by minimizing and misrepresenting the severity and read more »
Just some gay interest digital art I created and turned into a free zine. Intended for 18+ only.
Pussy Riot is a feminist punk rock collective in Russia. On Feb. 21st, 2012, at Moscow's Christ the Savior Cathedral several members donned neon-colored balaclavas and colorful clothing and performed "Virgin Mary, Redeem us of Putin" criticizing the cooperation of some representatives of the Russian Orthodox Church with Putin's authoritarian regime. read more »
A collection of communiques and theory surrounding issues of women's and queer violence, self-defense, and revenge.
untorelli (at) riseup.net
Well, this is a slightly updated version of just having the cover of this zine available. I wanted to put the entire thing online, but am hampered by the computer I can use, which doesn't allow CD insertion...nor anything else! Ah, public libraries...these daze.
But soon, soon, I should be able to put the entire wilde-ass comix zine up here!
This zine addresses migrant issues, borders and how institutions, prisons, heterosexism, and other oppressive forces have left people of color, queer, trans*, native folk, etc. subject to violence and is a re-imagining of an anarchist world without them using community accountability and recognizing institutions as pointless and that they only create a world of violence. read more »
a zine, this time rather about baltic countries and some news from russia