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This zine contains the story and current struggle of CeCe McDonald, a black transwoman currently serving time in prison for defending herself against a hate crime.
"Gênero e genitais são o reduto do controle que liga
cada pessoa a uma ordem social que tem dificuldades em tolerar a
diversidade e a mudança (Jamison Green)”
This trifold pamphlet provides an excellent basic idea of what to do when you've been called out for sexual assault, abuse, and other forms of sexual violence. read more »
by stacy, aka sallydarity read more »
"If our victimhood and our isolation is all we share, then we have lost already. But for those of us who share a desire to refuse to play their games and their proper roles, in is in the course of fighting back against this society that we will find each other, and truly never be alone."
Not Yr Cister Press
Published in Captive Genders: Trans Embodiment and the Prison Industrial Complex
Edited by Nat Smith & Eric A. Stanley http://captivegenders.net/
Crafty Kinky is a DIY manual to creating some of the kink projects I've done myself & other assorted writings... I hope this serves as a jumping point for those interested in exploring that beautiful place where crafty meets pervy. Once you take the dive, the possibilities are endless!
In the hugely influential A Cyborg Manifesto Donna Haraway criticizes traditional notions of Feminism, particularly it's emphasis on identity, rather than affinity. She explores the potential of the cyborg concept in order to construct a postmodern feminism that moves beyond dualisms and the limitations of traditional gender, feminism and politics.
It's Down to This: stories, critiques and ideas on community and collective response to sexual violence and accountabilitySubmitted by Anonymous on Fri, 01/27/2012 - 01:34.
This zine is a collection of stories, critiques and ideas reflecting on our experiences organizing around community and collective response to sexual violence, abuse and accountability.
Radical queers and their allies came together to form an un-welcoming party for Dan Savage on January 21, 2012, outside the Vogue Theatre on unceded Coast Salish Territories. After successfully glitter-bombing Dan Savage outside the theater, the Homomilitia handed out over 200 pamphlets (each with a tiny glitter packet stapled inside!) to people attending the talk. read more »
This is my third issue. This format was really experimental, and a bit of a failure. So I scanned it as best as I could into a readable format. I am totally open to comments, suggestions, critique, and ideas. read more »
Occupy communique from the Baltimore Feminist Reading Group // Women and Trans* Conspiracy from Hell (W.A.T.C.H.)