Acquired from the Creator (most from NYC Zine Weekend, 2015)
The most effective ways that I have lost weight in the past were spending hours on the elliptical after reading 50 pages of Kant...
CHANGE COMES SLOW. Remember to do laundry & brush your teeth & you'll be fine.
There is an implied pressure on queer people to move to a safe city, instead of asking society to confront violence where it occurs.
Refers to rural hate crimes, including the murders of Brandon Teena and Matthew Shepard. So cities are safer to live in, if you're not part of of the dominant culture. They go on to observe:
Police brutality and gentrification are deeply tied up in all the "safety" or danger of cities; and these larger structures affect us all.
Cover from thelalatheory shop
It doesn't matter how good a plant looks; if the roots underground are weak or rotted or cramped for space, the thing is dying.
Laid: Stuff I Wish I'd Known About Sex Before I Started Having It (master flat) by Sarah Sawyers-Lovett, 2014
Cover from David Nilsen, Writer blog
A Little History of...Turn-of-the-Century Sexologists! by Elvis B., 2015
Cover from CaptainElvis shop
your soapy bush in the shower!
i wanna gather your lather like
Dan Rather gathers!
Platform Edge #0 by Jenny Gonzalez-Blitz,2015?
Cover from The Real Ramona Zine
Sister Horserider is the center bottom zine, from FoodFeud blog
*yes the title is an Audre Lorde reference*
This book is about theory texts, not cell phone texts. (I am the worst women's studies librarian in the history of women's studies.) In her exploration of Bad Feminist by Roxane Gay, the theory-informed zine creator writes
There are some pop culture essays in here that kind of went over my head (maybe I'll go watch Django and 12 Years a Slave now? But not The Help).
Wonder & Wander: a Personal Atlas of San Francisco #1, 3 by Annie Yu, 2013-2014
Gift of Marissa Falco
[Untitled] by Sarah Ay, 2014
You recognize that you
are the dirty laundry
and that maybe that is
better than being just
the arms that hold it.
New-to-us Library of Congress Subject Headings
Feminism in literature--History and criticism.
Mitchell, Margaret--1900-1949--Gone with the wind.
Rural gay men--Comic books, strips, etc.
Sexologists--Comic books, strips, etc.