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Ruckus v.10 #3


An independent newspaper for the University of Washington community by the Ruckus Collective. We are for participatory democracy, social justice, collective liberation, and resistance to killing the planet.

Volume 10, Issue 2, covers community organizing to defend jobs and education, health care, relief efforts in Haiti, Chase Bank and move your money, chocolate, and queer youth space in Seattle. Plus, reportbacks from the Vancouver Olympics and an occupation at Evergreen State College, and poetry by Dee Allen.  read more »

Ruckus v.10 #2

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An independent newspaper for the University of Washington community by the Ruckus Collective. We are for participatory democracy, social justice, collective liberation, and resistance to killing the planet.

Volume 10, Issue 2, covers budget cuts in California and Washington; the exploitation of the Olympics; an analysis of The Vagina Monologues; details about climate disobedience; a report on the UW green fund; a local restaurant review; and a calendar of local events.

Pink and Black Attack #4


This is the fourth issue of Pink and Black Attack, a queer anarchist periodical from Olympia, WA.

Dealing With Our Shit: Six Years of Men's Group and Accountability Work


This zine is by Dealing With Our Shit, a men's group for men and male-identified people from the Twin Cities who later took on the task of mentoring other males through accountability processes for sexual assault. It's over 100 pages of interviews, reflections, and analysis about their history, their experiences, and their effectiveness. A great resource for anyone interested in working on community response to sexual assault outside the prison/court system. Lots of art, too!

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(large file, beware!):  read more »

Periferia - Número 02


Fiddle Faddle #1 - a new anarchist zine for deviants and sexual libertines


Fiddle Faddle is a publishing collective of British anarchist communists hoping to explore the politics of alternative sexual identity and gender. We hope to provide a range of content from light-hearted articles, artwork, DIY guides and theory.

In this issue:

- Manifesto of the Sodom Liberation Army (the importance of being deviant)
- Pegging - a users guide
- DIY Shibari
- When do we fuck?
- Interview with Anarkink
- What is anarchism?

If you would like to be involved in the next Fiddle Faddle email: sodomliberationarmy(at)

To Destroy Sexuality by Guy Hocquenghem


"We're not concerned with simply breaking down this official sexuality as one would break down the conditions of one's imprisonment within any structure; we want to destroy it, to get rid of it because in the final analysis it functions as an infinitely repeating castration machine designed to reproduce everywhere and in everyone the unquestioning obedience of a slave."  read more »

love letter to an anonymous stone thrower, A

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A love letter to an anonymous stone thrower was produced by "bleeding gums murphy" and posted to the internet where we at Filth and Glitter Public Sex Always took and turned into this adorable zine.(we suggest printing it 2 to a page and making it quarter sized)

anarchy hearts and shit
Filth and Glitter

Pink and Black Attack #3


This is the third issue of Pink and Black Attack, an anti-assimilationist anarchist queer periodical from Olympia, WA.

Open Your Eyes and Make a Wish/Ouvre les Yeux et fais un Voeux/Abre los Ojos y pide un deseo

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This is quite a personal zine about what it means to be a spanish immigrant genderqueer person, on how small sentences mean a lot, on DIY transition and the superheroes that are part of our chosen family. It's also a trilingual zine: english, spanish and french.

Este es un zine muy personal sobre lo que significa ser una persona genderqueer inmigrante hispana en canadá, sobre lo que significan las pequeñas frases de cada día, hacer una transición DIY, y estar rodead*s de superhéroes en nuestra familia elegida. Oh, y está en inglés castellano y francés.  read more »

Queers Read This


QUEERS READ THIS was distributed as a leaflet at the June 1990 Pride march in New York City. Anonymous queers offer this republication of QUEERS READ THIS as a contribution to the militant queer tendency.

We are excited to find a text almost 20 years old that so eloquently expresses the deep anger and the desire for conflict that we feel every day living in a straight world.  read more »

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