Our comrades have been taking to the streets in solidarity in Chicago, NYC and Austin, TX! We’ve been in this struggle and we will never be silent on Palestinian liberation! Join us in shouting/signing SEX WORKERS FOR A FREE PALESTINE! 🍉🖤❤️🇵🇸
October 21st at Open Book Minneapolis! Reflections from Red: Day One of Midwest Queer & Trans Zine Fest is in the bag!! What a day! So many amazing zinesters, and so many wonderful supporters—it was a busy, bustling, beautiful time! Getting to see beloved comrades and meet new pals did my heart so good. MuchContinue reading “Tabling at the first annual Midwest Queer & Trans Zine Fest!”
What an absolute whirlwind of a day! The New York Queer Zine Fair (October 7th, at The Center) was such a blissed out blur! Much love and appreciation to all the amazing zinesters we got to meet and chat with and snag zines from! Many thanks to the organizers and especially Kel for being soContinue reading “New York Queer Zine Fair Recap!”
The 7th annual Lone Star Zine Fest was such a blast! Got to see some beautiful and powerful familiar faces and meet new zine pals. Everyone was so damn nice and supportive! We got to talk decrim and abolition with dozens of people and not one garbage thing was said to me!!! That’s literally neverContinue reading “Our Second Year at LSZF!”
Our collective got together again last night for another zine making, meal sharing occasion—we also spent most of the evening reflecting on the past year’s organizing, survival and creative efforts. Making time and space for ourselves, together, is always so replenishing!
Zine nights with the comrades 🥲💖 Our “Year Seven” zine is in the works! Making time to reflect, share and assess our work together over zine making, shit talking and food is essential to our collective process. Get you a crew that is fierce and joyful too. 🌈☂️
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”