For Queer/LGBTI Zines visit the Queer Zine Archive Project
"The mission of the Queer Zine Archive Project (QZAP) is to establish a "living history" archive of past and present queer zines and to encourage current and emerging zine publishers to continue to create. In curating such a unique aspect of culture, we value a collectivist approach that respects the diversity of experiences that fall under the heading "queer."
Unofficial Bash Back! zine project. May 2009
DOC- http://zinelibrary.info/files/bashback-zine4.doc (16.9 mb)
This is a guerilla herb gardening guide for MtFs so we won’t need to rely on corporate pharmaceuticals.
This is the first issue of the new queer anarchist periodical Pink and Black Attack. Enjoy!
Second issue of the anarcha-feminist journal Erinyen.
- Hallowed be Thy name - religion, state and abortion rights
- Gender heteropatriarchy? Or whats the underlying cause
- Sexualized violence against women in war and conflict
-(th)inspiration - pro-anorexia internet sides
- Thoughts about community support around intimate violence
- First Gay Pride parade in Bulgaria
- Tittle - tattle or gossip and rumour
- Images in my mind
- This ain´t a love story! The scene is just a bad joke
- Your silence will not protect you - autonomy takes responsibility read more »
Gay Shame Opposes Marriage in Any Form
Critique of the reformist/capitalist gay marriage movement, and the patriarchal nature of marriage in general.
A new zine by criminal queer from Milwaukee, WI. 2008.
A compilation zine about learning good consent, from the author of Doris zine and the Support zine. For more like this, go here: http://www.phillyspissed.net/taxonomy/term/3
Pilot issue of "queer voices," a new publication from Queers Without Borders in Connecticut, USA.
In what is perhaps a first for Aotearoa Pakeha anarchists (please let us know if that isn't the case) 'From the Kitchen' is a zine devoted to the discussion of anarchist mens relationship/response to the feminist movement(s) and our own sexist behaviour. The zine isn't about pointing fingers but instead is done in the style of critical self-reflection by the authors about sexism in their own lives.
Topics in the first issue include:
Me(n) and Pornography
Slugs in the Sandpit - The Gendered politics of the garden
Meat Robots Unite read more »
A collection of radical queer moments - both widely celebrated and widely forgotten - from the past century. Histories are very much limited to the U.S. and Canada.
IS a group dedicated to the end of socially enforced non-consensual gender tyranny
anarchism and identity politics
A movement whose time has come
by Leslie Fienberg