Lone Star Zine Fest roundup!

From Sunday’s (12/4/22) rainy but lovely tabling under the big top of Lone Star Zine Fest — seven hours of non-stop zine swapping, slinging and talking about decrim, abolition and collective zine making. On the whole, a really welcoming experience!! There were a few YIKES moments…but thankfully they didn’t linger. Was also so thrilled withContinue reading “Lone Star Zine Fest roundup!”

Our “Year 6” yearbook zine is assembled, and out in the world!

As of December 1st, our Support Ho(s)e Year 6 zine, lives! Full of love and gratitude for friendship, boundaries, shared struggle and uncompromising gift-giving, and gentleness to ourselves. We debuted this latest zine at the Lonestar Zine Fest in Austin, TX this past weekend (12/4/22) and we endeavor to have some listed on our websiteContinue reading “Our “Year 6” yearbook zine is assembled, and out in the world!”

“Supporting Sex Workers & Survivors: Lessons for Defense Campaigns” Virtual Toolkit Launch!

Join us and our comrades Survived and Punished for a virtual toolkit launch of our latest collaboration: “Supporting Sex Workers & Survivors: Lessons for Defense Campaigns” on Dec. 8th @ 6PM ET. Closed Captioning is available via Zoom. Stream the webinar here: http://bit.ly/SWToolkit Our comrades Red and LiLi will be joined by Alisa Bierria ofContinue reading ““Supporting Sex Workers & Survivors: Lessons for Defense Campaigns” Virtual Toolkit Launch!”

Find our zines at the Lone Star Zine Fest this year!

The 6th annual Lone Star Zine Fest is happening on Sunday, December 4th, 2022, at The Far Out Lounge in Austin, TX and some of our comrades will be there tabling! We’ll have copies of our classic distro titles and hopefully (if we can get everything finalized) copies of our latest zine, Year 6!! AContinue reading “Find our zines at the Lone Star Zine Fest this year!”

Upcoming “Interrupting Criminalization” event!

Mark your calendars! On Nov. 30 at 4-6 PM ET join Interrupting Criminalization for their latest online #NoMorePolice event, featuring editors/contributors to Abolition Feminisms—including our comrade, Alisha! They’ll be discussing the criminalization of survivors and how survivors are leading abolitionist movements. Register here.

“Cultural Resistance to SESTA/FOSTA: Reflecting on Community Curation” – via Kernel Magazine

From one of our comrade’s latest published pieces, “Arts-based and cultural elements of organizing are often seen as superfluous, but I consider centering the cultural and artistic works of radical sex workers and co-conspirators as a way to imagine our futures collectively and honor past struggle. We change ourselves and the spaces we take upContinue reading ““Cultural Resistance to SESTA/FOSTA: Reflecting on Community Curation” – via Kernel Magazine”

Come Say “Hey!” @ Midwest Perzine Fest!

CHICAGO! One of our comrades will be tabling and we’re so looking forward to the Midwest Perzine Fest—this Saturday, Oct 8th at Columbia College’s Conaway Center, 1104 S Wabash Avenue, from 10 am to 4 pm! Been looking to snag more of our zines to support our organizing/political education/storytelling/survival/thriving?! Here’s your chance! More details (includingContinue reading “Come Say “Hey!” @ Midwest Perzine Fest!”

#FreeThemAll Seed Quilt: Community Healing and Art Making

So much love and appreciation for Love & Protect, Prison+Neighborhood Arts Project, Rogers Park Seed Library, and Stitch x Stitch Con for yesterday’s (Wednesday, July 13th) beautiful gathering. Hearing Alisha, Monica and Sandra’s poetry recharged our hearts. It was so powerful to participate in building a communal art piece to be installed outside of LoganContinue reading “#FreeThemAll Seed Quilt: Community Healing and Art Making”

New Stable Link for our SW Syllabus!

We’ve created a more web stable link to our Sex Work Syllabus document. We continue to hope this archive of our internal political education reading group materials (from 2015 – 2018) is useful for your self-guided or group organized learning/discussing/making! During those first few years of our organizing, we voraciously read, watched, listened to andContinue reading “New Stable Link for our SW Syllabus!”

One of our comrades to present at “Exhibitionism: Sexuality at the Museum” 2021 conference

Saturday, December 11th Reflections from a Movement Art Whorestorian / The Sex Worker Gazes Back 2:45 PM – 4:15 PM EST Talk Description: Reflections from a Movement Art Whorestorian / The Sex Worker Gazes Back will be a presentation space that documents, names and traces sex worker movement organizing, art making, curating, and resistance fromContinue reading “One of our comrades to present at “Exhibitionism: Sexuality at the Museum” 2021 conference”

New article from our comrades Alisha and Red for International Whore’s Day 2021

Something Red and Alisha have been working on for quite some time about the violence of prison technology and the importance of inside/outside communication, is finally debuting today in honor of International Whore’s Day! Please read and share, “Care and Connection as Resistance to State Violence and Surveillance” with your communities! Many thanks to Hacking//HustlingContinue reading “New article from our comrades Alisha and Red for International Whore’s Day 2021”