I'm crossing off Days 2 and 4 at once by reading this series today. It's the International Queer Art and Activism Zine: Exploring the intersections of art and activism.
Miyuki documents art and LGTBQ+ artists all over the world. This brightly colored and well organized series features interviews with activists, organizers, DJs, photographers, rappers, and performance artists. The queer communities interviewed are diverse and live in countries of varying acceptance.
Interviews and pieces that stand out to me are a profile on Yongnam Goon (Lil Twink), a queer Asian rapper from South Korea, and the history of the controversial performance art exhibit "Brother Cane" in Singapore.
Miyuki had great connections to community organizers and was able to share a lot of information about the daily lives of visibly queer people around the world. This zine is enlightning, entertaining, and easily acsessible online!
You can find Miyuki's zines at Queerscribe.com