This week we added zines about the fantasy vacations of the mother of a preschooler, sexual harassment, climate change effects on bird migration and home birdfeeders, getting divorced, a long protest walk in the southwest, transgender identities, street harassment, punk culture in Ohio, smile harassment, sober punk culture, and zine history.
This week we've added zines about losing your glasses, long-term survival of sexual abuse, whaling, the history of weather balloons, a blind date, race and gender politics in punk, mental health, drawing lessons, caregiving, punk songs, wondering what to do after graduating from college, a fight with a bouncer at a Dwarves show, Slut Walk, and neutrois life.
This week we added zines themed with identity in fifth graders (by fifth graders), Chicano art, dating after a break-up, feminist pornography, adulting, overalls, odd jobs, futuristic comics, twenty-something Midwestern punk life, and body perception among Barnard students.
This week we added zines about annoyances, teaching with zines, Chicago vs. Washington, D.C.; being nonbinary and having mental health challenges, sex and gender humor, vagina and vulva concerns, an extinct animal, and southern feminism, as well as comics about a hamster, fiction about a transwoman, and a snowpeople coloring book made by a zine librarian's kids.
This week we added zines about Barnard studenting, farming in Kansas, femme culture, soda, library mysteries, zine culture, nonmonogamy, being a queer punk with no stable income, and some kind of German-language zaniness.
This week we added zines about music fandom, libraries in Sydney, a Chicago zine shop, the Women's March, women Sikhs, anxiety and depression, Black Lives Matter, marriage equality, police brutality, riot grrrl, zines in Germany, and sexy times.
This week we've added zines about chronic illness, recommended psych ward improvements, women in prison, alternative sexualities, vegan cooking, 1990s punk culture, girl skateboarders and snowboarders, riot grrrl, an ex-girlfriend, Hare Krishna punkdom, and 1990s vegan feminism in the UK.
This week we added zines about Barnard Boldies, feelings, comedians, fake news, technical theater, living with a disability, women skateboarders, 1993 teenhood including a discussion of the BH90210 love triangle, and an interview with a "riot boy."
zines about library access to queer patrons, the American Disabilities Act, queer Muslims, radical home ec, the Richmond Independent Zine Library, self-care, sex dreams, troubled friendships, truck stops, and sobriety.
with zines about adolescence, grief, feminism, gravestones, church signs, Latinx identity, swiping right, sobriety, BMX, candy, asexuality, neurodivergence, and song lyrics