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There Is No Cure For Xicanisma, To the Fans of Gay Merriment, G is for Grrrl, Let's Start a Riot
(CA/US)
Meliza A. Banales.
Santa Cruz, CA
95064
USA
(added 20/3/2008)

Transpunk
(UK)
Check out this cool new webzine created by Sarah aka 'Emmett' from the UK. It contains poetry, images, art and tons more- genderfuck /trans/ queercore/ punk/ style.
http://transpunk.webeden.co.uk/
srhfaulkner [AT]
yahoo.co.uk
(added 13/2/2008)

trans.zine!
(Canada)

"trans.zine! is a new, manitoba based diy (do-it-yourself), not-for profit, (bi)annual zine addressing issues and experiences of trans/genderqueer individuals, their families, friends, partners, allies, service providers (etc.)." Quoted from their Myspace website.
http://myspace.com/transzine
trans.zine [AT] gmail.com
Winnipeg, Manitoba,
Canada

(added 24/8/2007)


Today I ... almost journal comix
(OR/US)
"Crafty 19 year old Britt’s daily activities take the form of comix in this personal zine. She details the death of her grandfather, a trip from Portland to Tennessee, and seeing the Plan-It-X Fest." Quoted from Columbia Univ. Libraries online Catalog.
Britt
Portland, OR
USA
2005
(added 26/7/2007)

Tamagotch
(Japan)
"Tamagotchi are little digital pets that became a huge craze in Japan. The author writes about their behaviors, how to take care of them, and how impossible they are to buy anywhere due to their popularity. She includes little drawings by her and her English as a Second Language students." Quoted from Columbia Univ. Libraries online Catalog.
Hofu-shi,
Yamaguchi-ken,
Japan
199
6
(added 2
6/7/2007)

Two Rapes in the Third Person to be Read Deadpan
(CA/US)
"A cross between abstract poetry and a journal, this typewritten experimental personal zine describes the presence of sexual harassment and assault in everyday life and the ways in which men wield power over women." Quoted from Columbia Univ. Libraries online Catalog.
Astrogirl
Berkeley, CA
USA
2003-?
(added 25/7/2007)

Teddy Bear Jam's
(CA/US)
"Alishia, a six year old person of color, interviews her grandmother, draws pictures and writes essays and poems, and features pictures of celebrities in this zine." Quoted from Columbia Univ. Libraries online Catalog.
Alishia
Oakland, CA
USA
2007
Personal Zine
(added 24/7
/2007)

Trailer Trash
(FL/US)
"Trailer Trash was a zine published by Michelle Shute out of Pensacola, FL. 16 issues were published between 1994-2003. Trailer Trash was a perzine mostly filled with odd news stories, rants and personal thoughts from Michelle, along with zine and music reviews." Quoted from ZineWiki.
http://www.myspace.com/trailertrashzine
(added 18/7/2007)

Touched by an Anvil
(OR/US)
"Touched by an Anvil is a per-zine written by Webly Bowles. After breaking away from being a co-author with her sister, Alex Wrekk on the zine Fun in a Bucket, Bowles started writing more personally about her life." Quoted from ZineWiki.
(added 18/7/2007)

 

Thermidor
(PA/US)
"Thermidor is 'a zine of adventure and miscellany' published once a year by Philadelphia resident Kate Amok since 2003. Using personal experience as a segue into mini-histories of whatever she finds interesting, Kate covers subjects like Latvian drunk punks, an African village in South Carolina, eccentrics from her Southern hometown, roadside attractions, abandoned insane asylums, and matriarchal screaming cults. Though technically a perzine, Thermidor highlights the the bizarre side of life rather than the everyday." Quoted from ZineWiki.
http://www.thermidor.net/
(added 18/7/2007)

 

There There's Backyard
(MN/US)
"There There's Backyard is a tiny (1/8th size) zine celebrating the furred and feathered folk of a backyard in Minneapolis. Created by Rachel Mischief, it was originally intended as a companion piece for her zine There There, but developed a life of its own." Quoted from ZineWiki.
http://theretherezine.livejournal.com/
(added 18/7/2007)

 

There There
(MN/US)
"There There is a perzine from Minneapolis created by Rachel Mischief. Rachel has also created the zines There There's Backyard and Elabeth. There There #1: My Two Best Friends - 1/2 size, 56 pg, red cardstock cover. Revolves around the topic of friendship, specifically as it relates to the author's two best friends. Contains stories, comics, word games, paper dolls, a recipe, zine reviews and ink illustrations done by the author." Quoted from ZineWiki.
http://theretherezine.livejournal.com/
(added 18/7/2007)

Temporal Millionaire
"Temporal Millionaire is a perzine that was started in the fall of 2006 by Lisa M. Dalton. It documents the year she stopped teaching public school and stayed home to take care of her son through journal entries and drawings."
Quoted from ZineWiki.
http://temporalmillionaire.wordpress.com/
(added 18/7/2007)

The Daily The
(NE/US)
"The Daily The was a zine written and produced by stepsisters Marci Vencil and Jaime Danehey from their house in rural Nebraska. The full-size zine focused on the interests and adventures of Marci and Jaime through middle school and early high school. 23 issues were produced from 1991 to 1994. In 2005, they began publishing again. Originally written like an absurdist teen magazine, regular features include an advice column and a quiz." Quoted from ZineWiki.
(added 18/7/2007)

Tangent
(London/UK)
"Tangent is an independently produced art zine created by London based artist Karen D'Amico that explores ideas relating to Contemporary Art Practice and offers a platform for work that perhaps might otherwise go under the radar. The zine features artists’ work in the form of reviews and contributions, as well as arts listings in London and beyond." Quoted from ZineWiki.
http://www.tangent.org.uk/
(added 18/7/2007)

Tales of Blarg
(CA/US)
"Tales of Blarg is an East Bay Berkeley punk zine created by writer and comic artist Janelle Hessig in 1990. The most recent issue is number nine, published in October 2006." Quoted from ZineWiki.
(added 18/7/2007)

Taking Back the Night
(OR/US)
"Taking Back The Night is a one shot zine written by Webly Bowles under the pseudonym NH. Taking Back The Night is NH's documentation of her experiences with paranormal activity in her own life. The zine text was written on NH's computer, but the file went missing numerous times, resulting in multiple rewrites, adding to the unusual circumstances surrounding the zine." Quoted from ZineWiki.
(added 18/7/2007)

Takecare.
(FL/US)
"Takecare. is a zine written by Sarah Sky. The first one was published in 2003 and, by 2007, four issues had been published. Sarah writes about death, jail, friendship, love, and her travels." Quoted from ZineWiki.
(added 18/7/2007)

Too Far
(CA/US)
#12 "This issue is all writings that I#Ve finally decided to be brave enough to publish. Some of it's pretty personal, some of it's plain silly, but all of it is me."
PO Box 40185
Berkeley, California
94704-4185
(added 5/2007)

Turbocharged Fortune Cookie

"#1: Wonderful poetry from Martha J. Allard ("Towered" -- "Like any common Prince, he is pale of skin and long/of limb. Like any common Prince, he falls far short/of the advertising.") starts this zine off with a sizzle. It's followed by "Anika, Artesia, Abbatoir" by Lola Haskins, which alone is worth the price of admission. Add in strong fiction from Susan Mosser and an interview with Patricia McKillip, and you have a zine that is striking out on its own wonderfully individual path. Second serving, please!" Quoted from and reviewed in Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet, http://www.lcrw.net/books/reviews10.htm.
Cocoa, FL 32922-7055
http://www.turbocookie.net
(added 21/5/2007)


Train Grease Panty Line
(OR/US)
"Self-conscious Goodbye to All That-style zine as writer leaves Portland, OR for the last time. Five-day stretch for being caught on railway property -- jumping trains is still a popular mode of transport, and this is a girl who really loves trains." Quoted from and reviewed in Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet, http://www.lcrw.net/books/reviews9.htm. Zine by Miriam.
PO Box 2624
PDZ, OR 97208
USA
(added 16/5/2007)

to: colleen, from: rebekah.... and other letters
(US)
"a collection of letters and notes from the middle school years of a young girl. adventures and explorations with alcohol, sex jokes and best friends ensue....." Quoted and available to order from Valiant Death Records.
(added 3/5/2007)

There to Here "Go ahead, judge this zine by it's cover. You won't be dissapointed. Ok, there is much more to this zine than just the fabulous color cover featuring mis-matched chairs that somehow seems so beautiful & comforting. Inside Claire opens up to us in a way only saved for the best of friends & a nice warm cup of tea. Claire tells us about forced feelings, letting go & the fear of never being loved as much as she loves someone else. This just skims the surface of this most perfect example of a personal zine. Get this zine, find your own comfy chair & let yourself become a part of Claire's world." Quoted and available to order from My My Distro.
(added 21/2/2007)

That Way Out
(UK)
"'Penny Broadhurst lives in Leeds. She is a popstar - let nobody tell you owt else. Festivals, rock gigs, art galleries, clubnights - Penny has performed at them all and been on the radio to boot. she has put records out and now she is doing a book - why not?'
Featuring previously unpublished poems and colour photos." Quoted and available to order from Manifesta Distro.
(added 21/2/2007)

Time Enough at Last
(IL/US)
"For anyone familiar with the various Low Hug Productions, this is probably something you’ll want to look at, but even if you haven’t read AJ’s other stuff, this might be of interest. This is AJ’s 2004 Reading Log. That’s right a comprehensive list of all the books she has read, as well as a few zines. But this isn’t just a listing, there are short reviews and impressions of each title. AJ reads a lot, and knows the good from the bad. If you want some tips on some good books, this is a good start." Zine by AJ. Quoted and available to order from Loop Distro.
(added 19/2/2007)

Thinking About Suicide
(IL/US)
"The pink cover of this zine states that this is “not another one of those educational booklets”, but rather a “personal story”. This is a pretty great, and pretty extensive look at the concept of suicide, all through the eyes of someone who has been there and done that. Katherine talks about the things that had a tendency to bring her down, and how she struggled through all the bad to try and find the good. The personal touch to this zine is what really makes it interesting to read, though it doesn’t have that per-zine look to it. The writing is very professional, with the references cited in the back and everything. There are a few photos, and some clip art, and towards the end the topic of mental health care is discussed as well. If you or anyone you know is going through some tough times, this one might help out. Half size, 64 pages, comes with a cool 'Chicago is for Loners' sticker." Quoted and available to order from Loop Distro.
(added 19/2/2007)

Try Zine Making
(Australia)
"A zine that has my exact idea of what a zine should be. erin's done this awesomely thick and detailed and excellent zine and when you compare it to mine (all strings attached) you can see who comes out on top... asa certainly dulls in comparison with try zine making. 64 pages of looking right in erin's head, she has a knack of opening it all out so you can see right inside without thinking. rather brave if you ask me, but it works! try zine making also has some fiction that is not boring like it is in some zines (asa anyone? haha). worth getting for the fact that it manages to become (if possible) more entertaining as it goes along (rather than the opposite which seems to happen a lot with lengthy zines). a half fun-half serious (but seriously fun!) zine, i totally can't wait for issue #2." Zine by Erin. Quoted and available to order from Distro-e.
(added 16/2/2007)

Touché
(Australia)
"Touche is a funny little zine containing all matter of entertaining oddments, and it's just a good fun read. there isn't a reason not to get it, because it's free AND good! just get it, you'll like it." Zine by Macca, Quilty and Jess. Quoted and available to order from
Distro-e.
(added 16/2/2007)

Two Left Feet
(US)
"I've been waiting for emily to do a zine for a long time. And jeez, was it worth the wait. This zine is 14 pages of amazing drawings about how punk rock saved her life , and her recent transition to college in the middle of nowhere upstate NY." Quoted and available to order from 12th & 3rd Distro.
(added 15/2/2007)

Timezones & Statelines
(US)
"Timezones and statelines is a new split zine. Each split zine contains four stories, one for each season. The stories are wrapped in unique layout where the pages are separated into quadrants. You have to follow the quadrant all the way through the zine to complete the story. Good."
Split zine by Alex Wrekk and Alan Lastufka. Quoted and available to order from Stick Figure Distro.
(added 2/2/2007)

TV Turnoff Week "'A journal and examination of my week without TV or computers.' This zine contains seven journal entries detailing, well, her week without the TV, as well as other things like "Book I Read During TV Turnoff Week,"info about TV turnoff week and herself, some quotes about TV, and her reflections on the week. She writes very clearly and engagingly, making this a very fun zine! But beware: this zine may give you rebellious thoughts about turning off the electronic babysitter! (or maybe that's a good thing?)" Quoted and available to order from Blank Page Distro.
(added 2/2/2007)

Temporar Millionaire "Lisa has put together an adorable handwritten and hand-drawn zine that I fell in love with imediately. This sort of reminds me of an art journal, as she puts the date of each drawing/writing at the top of the page and writes about her day. A main focus of this zine is her 1.5 year old son, Eli, who you can't help but fall in love with while reading this cute zine." Zine by Lisa. Quoted and available to order from Avocado Tree Distro.
(added 1/02/2007)

Twin Paradox Zine
(NY/US)
"Jeremy has a way of words. His stories pull me in, wanting more. He has his friend Katie illustrate a few little doodles (and a comic!) that reflect his writing same as Hannah's photography. Compliments very well. Most of Jeremy's stories is about adventures with Kevin, Ted, and Jeff. This zine also includes, "shit that doesn't make sense" and he addresses it in letter for to the Earth. I thought that was interesting!" Zine by Jeremy, Katie and Hannah Paradox. Quoted and available to order from Gimme Brains!!! Distro.
(added 31/01/2007)

There Is Still A Chance For Us
(US)
"Punk rock stories by Korinna. This look into the life of Korinna is shown through punk houses and exploration of relationships in her typical literary style. There are several confrontatons with punk houses and feminism, the George Bush election, trying to do something positive in our own communities, and stories of class, race and gentrification meeting in a verbal battle on the porch of a North Portland punk house." Zine by Korinna. Quoted and available to order from feed your head books.
(added 31/01/2007)


Transsexuals in Prison
(US)
Zine produced by Amanda Armstrong with submissions from transsexuals in prison. The zine has "chockfull of poetry, art, critiques, info about the legal system and how to obtain medical treatment, and lists of resources." Quoted from
http://melbourne.indymedia.org/news/2006/12/134659.php.
(added 15/01/2007)

Ten Seconds From a Breakdown
(MN/US)

"From Elizabeth herself (and who better to describe her own zine?): 'Empty bottles of alcohol, a bag of pot, midnight police rendezvous, out spoken air pelvic thrusting, screaming during a movie I couldn't watch, and the bible. One tiny lapse of judgement and my [suburban family] began calling before coming over to my house.'" Quoted and available from Sweet Pea Distro.
(added 10/10/2006)


Thora's Zine "15 pages of not much- a long rambling promise of future content. Drawings. Rants, an attempt to understand art, physcology and Family Circus by Bill Keene."
Ann Arbor, MI,
USA
Sweet_tyranny [AT] hotmail.com
(added 15/09/2006)

Teeny Tiny
(US)
"Teeny Tiny is an irregularly produced mini-zine of short poems and short-short prose made from a single sheet of paper folded into an 8-page zine. I'm always looking for submissions of short texts--please email me for more info! I didn't respond to email for a while because I moved and didn't do an issue of TT for a year or so, but I just finished a new issue in July 2006. I am happy to trade zines or send copies to interested writers." Zine my Mandy L. Quoted from www.zinesters.net.
http://www.teenytiny.org
mandypoet [AT] hotmail.com
(added 15/09/2006)

Tooth and Nail "We like to celebrate the things that make life great: girls, punk, the color pink, twee indie rock, race, class, and the myriad ways they intersect, the intersexed, bois, boys, animation, Brooklyn, SoCal, radical cheerleading, polital bombast. Home of the famous "How Many Che Shirts Can You Count in a Month?" and "Buzzings of the Queen Bee". Each issue is filled with interviews and comes with a live tape (ex: Dar Williams, Le Tigre, Belle and Sebastian, Pamela Means, Bratmobile, or others)."
Kpoene' Kofi-Bruce. Quoted from www.zinesters.net.
kkofibru [A] yahoo.com
(added 15/09/2006)

Tea Party
(US)
"It is a prose-poem novella about three girls who don't know each other but who have been heart-broken by the same boy; they have a dream where they live together in a house by the sea. includes one 4x6 matte photo; printed on pink paper with creme cardstock covers." Zine by Kore. Quoted from www.zinesters.net.
kore [AT] lip-gloss.org
(added 15/09/2006)

Tatortot "...Poetry [+] family relationship issues [+] Rants [+] Childhood memories." Zine by Amanda. Quoted from www.zinesters.net.
xxsameintheendxx [AT] yahoo.com
(added 13/09/2006)

Trials and Tribulations of a Hollywood Nothing
(CA/US)

"Issue #1 (put out March 2003) is all about my (limited)adventures into film. Hear about the hell that is student shorts, the beginnings of my film internship, "How Do I get to be Sammy's Bitch (or my day as an extra)", and the script that never ends. (I also run Moon Potatoes Distro)." Zine by Amanda. Quoted from www.zinesters.net.
PO Box 93937
Los Angeles, CA 90093
USA
http://www.geocites.com/moonpotatoesdistro
girlinabx [AT] hotmail.com
(added 13/09/2006)


Toilet Paper Zine
(Germany)
"It changes with each issue but as a general overview I interview Punk/Hc bands, write personal accounts as well as fictional stories, poetry, feminism, pseudo-politcal articles and rants, well and if some people give me their records for free I review them, it´s a nice and sweet zine really. I still need some distributors to help me. I´m german but the zine´s in English." Zine by Alva Dittrich. Quoted from www.zinesters.net.
Swisttal, Germany
alvad [AT] web.de
(added 13/09/2006)

Things in the Dark "'Our most real, most heart-crunchingly terrible moments of fear occur during childhood."  I am such a sucker for horror stories and movies so reading this zine was thrilling. Things in the Dark is a unique zine that Bryce wrote including topics like being afraid of the dark, "remember the thing that lived under your bed?', and the modern wolf vs. the nightmare wolf. This is definitely a twist on how to look at the child's imagination and the way fear is conjured up." Zine by Bryce. Quoted and available to order from Sweet Candy Distro.
(added 11/9/2006)


Teaching Nutrition

"Sabrina writes in the intro, 'This zine was developed as a companion for a class called EDU - 105, Teaching as a Profession. I did a research project on how healthy eating and proper nutrition has a positive effect on the performance of kids in the classroom.' Teaching Nutrition contains so much useful info about kids + healthy eating. Sabrina includes nutritional guidelines for kids, childhood obesity and kid - friendly recipes!" Quoted and available to order from Sweet Candy Distro.
(added 11/9/2006)



Transgression

"Transgression is THE most wonderful art zine I have come across. Artist Nicci begins the zine with a statement as to what transgression is and the thought pattern behind this zine. There are 16 gorgeous pages of photographs of the human body. Under each black and white photo is a word and the definition. {For example: god*dess: n. a woman of great beauty and grace.} The quality of the photographs are superb and the zine is printed on thick cardstock. This zine celebrates the human form and shows you how each body shape is unique and lovely. *There is nudity in this zine.*" Zine by Nicci. Quoted and available to order from Sweet Candy Distro.
(added 11/9/2006)



Time to Disappear

"I found Jordan's writing to be beautiful and her descriptions were candid as she wrote about moving from bustling NYC to a town in Kansas. She reflects on her past,  writes about her arrest at an Anti- G8 march in Kansas City and the anger that she felt over the unexplainable violence which occurred that day. An excerpt: 'There have been nights in the past months where I can't sleep. Where all I can do is cry and wonder if the friendships I started will continue now that I am so far away.'" Issues #1-#8 by Jordan. Quoted and available to order from Sweet Candy Distro.
(added 11/9/2006)



Tezzkatt Tales

"Poppy wrote an incredible issue. The feel of issue #4 is almost opposite of her last issue. She deals with more darker things like fear, bad thoughts and death. She reveals the things that she is afraid of and the anxiety she faces with the bad thoughts that settle in her mind. Poppy also writes about her mothers boyfriend who passed away, participating with NaNowriMo last November and brings us up to date on some crafty things she has been creating!" Issues #1-5 by Poppy. Quoted and available to order from Sweet Candy Distro.
(added 11/9/2006)



Technicolor Polka Dot

"I find Hannah to be a truly brave girl to express the thoughts and feelings that she did. It seems like some people are so quick to make others feel ashamed or embarrassed about their sexual thoughts or actions. Hannah breaks those barriers. This zine begins with a graphic sexual fantasy of Hannah's and then she describes her story of being sexually assaulted. Hannah writes about being honest about her submissive side while still being a survivor of assault and an advocate for victims of abuse. This zine does contain graphic sexual content and could be triggering to abuse victims." Issues #1-#4 by Hannah. Quoted and available to order from Sweet Candy Distro.
lickmylit [AT] gmail.com
(added 11/9/2006)



Tattooed Memoirs

"Sage says, 'This zine contains my feelings on being raised in the early 80's in a rural Georgia town by my heavily tattooed parents who also tattooed for a living , phobias I have now due to being segregated, why I got GOOD GIRL tattooed on my knuckles, my feelings about women & tattoos, a comical essay called, What?,and a mini body art glossary.'" Issues #1-#4 by Sage. Quoted and available to order from Sweet Candy Distro.
(added 11/9/2006)



Taboo

"Jess who also writes the zine Lila and the one shot M is for Monster has written an important zine about the horrific legislature that was passed on Feb. 22, 2006 stating that abortions are illegal in S. Dakota even in cases of rape and incest. She shares her own personal experience of rape and the anger she feels towards her circle of friends that didn't show the support she imagined they would. Jess also includes a letter she sent to the governor of S. Dakota, contact info where YOU can write him a letter and also a prose poem she wrote about getting a colposcopy." Zine by Jess. Quoted and available to order from Sweet Candy Distro.
(added 11/9/2006)



Trolls in the Glen
(UK)
"This was lent to me initially by a friend of mine who commented on how lovely it was – I wasn’t disappointed. Beth writes about those random moments when the truth of a matter dawns on you (or sometimes hits you smack in the face). She talks about writers, she talks about music, she talks about memories and relationships and about cooking, all with this urgency of wanting to share great things." Quoted and available to order from Cause & Effect Distro.
(added 28/7/2006)


Trade Entrance
(Australia)
"A zine about, well, zines! What could be better? Anna is working on a thesis on zines and autobiography and this is her testament so far. She challenges the concept behind our motivations for creating zines, applying an academic and personal perspective. She discusses her difficulties in being accepted as an academic in the zine community; a community that shys away from such analysis. Which sucks because Anna is genuine and raises some interesting and refreshing points and theories. Especially about other research only focusing on the zinesters themselves and not looking at zines as a form of communication and seeing what common threads links zinesters together. The layout is disappointing cause I know Anna can do better, but the strong writing more than makes up for that. I can’t wait to read more." Quoted and available to order from Smitten Kitten Distro.
(added 25/7/2006)

Television is Evil
(Australia)
"Television is evil is a zine by Anwyn from Sydney, which cuts & pastes together her own writing and found things about revolutionary desires and situationalism and difficult beauty, feeling helpless in the face of everything and graffiti, the personal versus the commercial and protests and genuine friendships and raging against everything that is wrong." Quoted and available to order from http://www.moonrocket.co.nz/.
(added 25/7/2006)

To Whom It May Concern
(Australia)

"from the writer: a zine of letters (fictional). most of them pre-existed the creation of the zine idea, but i thought since i had so many, i might as well collect them. distro review: simmone is an absolute darling! her one-shot to whom it may concern is a great read, and i'm sure you'll find at least one letter to relate to." Quoted and available to order from http://fatcheeks.glokenpop.com/.
(added 18/7/2006)


Two By Four: on Being Fat
(US)
"'Sometimes my body is acceptable. Sometimes I hate it. Other times I love it. Occasionally other people love it. There is not enough representation of fat in the media and this is my little dent in the system.'
Personal pieces about how it feels to be fat, an article on fat sex, info on fat girl dance troupes and more." Quoted and available to order from Moon Potatoes Distro.
(added 29/06/2006)

Truckface
(US)
"If there was anything that would make me want to quit my job & start working at a grocery store it would be the chance at witnessing things you might not believe after reading Truckface #7. However, it's true, they are true & these people, they exist. This is a brilliant & funny zine from one of my favorite zinesters!" Quoted from My My Distro.
(added 28/06/2006)

This is a Fog
(US)
"Go ahead, judge this zine by it's cover. You won't be dissapointed. Ok, there is much more to this zine than just the fabulous color cover featuring mis-matched chairs that somehow seems so beautiful & comforting. Inside Claire opens up to us in a way only saved for the best of friends & a nice warm cup of tea. Claire tells us about forced feelings, letting go & the fear of never being loved as much as she loves someone else. This just skims the surface of this most perfect example of a personal zine. Get this zine, find your own comfy chair & let yourself become a part of Claire's world." Quoted from My My Distro.
(added 28/06/2006)

Twelve True Animal Facts Vol. 1
(US)
"Everything you've ever wanted to know about some of the slimiest & coolest animals ever. Did you know rabbits can't read? This zine is handprinted in color & totally awesome!" Quoted and available to order from My My Distro.
(added 28/06/2006)

A Tenderness So Painful I Thought My Heart Would Burst
(US)
"There is something comforting in Karen's words, her reflections & memories seem so familiar. At the same time it's almost haunting how much she knows without realizing it. How right-on she is about so many things within those reflections & memories. They are hers, these are her words but I can't help but feel as though if you change things around a bit, maybe names & places, that these could be my reflections & my memories with a few of my hopes & dreams thrown in for good measure. There is something both comforting & haunting in a personal zine that borders on being too personal as in, wait this is about me!" Quoted and available to order from My My Distro.
(added 28/06/2006)

This Is My Blood, Your Body
(BC/Canada)
"Another comp By The Scarlet Tide Brigade, this one more focusing on general womens health. included along with personal expriences of mensturation are essays on the dangers of Depo-Provera, how osteoporosis is linked to dairy consumption, body image, diy cloth pad tutorials, experiences with the keeper and more!" Quoted from HousewifeXcore Distro.
(added 26/06/2006)


This Is My Blood, This Is Your Blood
(BC/Canada)
"A comp zine from the Scarlet Tide Brigade about peoples experiences with mensturation. Full of poems stories reminidies resources (reading lists and websites). a map of abortions clinics in Canadian Provinces. A good read for someone who wants a more personal approach to radical mensturation." Quoted from HousewifeXcore Distro.
(added 26/06/2006)


Theta is an Angle "Tales about kittens, college life, zines, and other such ordinary occurences are soon revealed to be anything but." Written by Merrideth. Quoted and available to order from Tastes Like Newsprint Distro.
(added 21/06/2006)


Turpentine
(MN/US)
"This zine is about stuff Ilana finds cool. There's an interesting picture to color from a hole coloring book, she interviews a Victorian sweetheart artist named Dame Darcy, talks about her favorite music, interviews The Fizz, enjoys teatime properly, reviews a lot of different things, and explains nicely why we're all fucked. Plus oh so much more you won't believe your eyes." Quoted and available to order from Echo Zine Distro.
(added 20/06/2006)

Trabant
(NY/US)
"Megan's illustrated Trabant,, No. 1 chronicles January 2005, and her decision to pursue her dreams on the flying trapeze. She thinks out loud through all the possible things that could go wrong, and go right, with this change in career (she's a children's book editor by day) and life. There are wonderful descriptions of the whole process of setting up and flying the trapeze, intermingled with stories of Megan and her girlfrind Heathers' adventures in Booklyn. At the end is a booklist, info on Megan's other zines, and a poem entitled, '"Almost an Italian Major.'" Quoted and available to order from Echo Zine Distro.
(added 20/06/2006)

Take Back your Life: A Wimmins Guide To Alternative Health Care
(MN/US)
"Take Back your life was one of the first zines that really changed my perception of my body, i was 16 suffering from an unknown menstural disorder and getting the run around from every doctor i went to. This zine did just what it says it took back my life, it showed me I could be in control of my body watch what it does and find ways to prevent or curb my symptoms. This zine basically goes on the lowdown of really general cunt health, diet, has part of the article Witches, Midwives, and Healers, which is a history of womens health history and the downfall due to modern western medicine in the turn of the century. also has a very extensive article on AIDS." Quoted and available to order from HousewifeXcore Distro.
(added 16/06/2006)


Three Into One "By Klaus Viehmann. The triple oppression of racism, sexism and class." Quoted and available to order from Diffusons Distro.
diffusons [AT] fr.st.

(added 16/06/2006)

Twigmama
(NY/US)
"from the writer: #1(the mass issue) includes - the story of twigmama. 23. elizabeth. interview. best swimming spots. found mail. and more. #2 includes - souls of our traveling shoes. clyde. clippings. pit of death. joyrides. lots of art.#3 punkrockmonday. top 9 things i would not recommend. forget knot. interview with thor bueno. placemat drawings. #4 (the virginia issue) includes - survival tips. interview with jimmy. things frank has eaten. drawings and stories from a summer in the blue ridge." Quoted and available to order from Fatcheeks Distro.
(added 02/05/2006) 

Tune Out
(Canada)

"This is a perzine from Maria in Canada, who writes simply and elegantly about her life. In this issue, Maria talks about her feelings about her bisexuality, childhood memories, misunderstandings and joining a gym. She also includes some of her wonderful B&W photography." Issue #15. Quoted and available to order from Wasabi Distro. (Japan)
White Rock, BC
Canada
goveg [AT] laundromatic.net
(added 01/05/2006)



Technicolor Polkadot
(NH/US)
"After class I went over to her apartment and we got high, listened to Polyester Bride on repeat while she told me about Romania. It didn’t take long for us to become inseparable- both girl slutbag stoners obsessed with films and completely shit to the wind unstable. I’d go to her house almost every day that semester. Sometimes lying on her bed while she edited her films, always on drugs together, always chain smoking. Her anger at men was taken out regularly on her long time friend and roommate Naked Boy. She yelled at him to cook her food and then made him art when she felt bad for her yelling. The house was filled with this art and it was stunning to look at when she would put me in the awkward situation of listening to her call Naked Boy a twat. It was a cycle neither one of them cared to end. The first time I witnessed this was when we were all out of weed. Both of us, addicts, freaked out and she commanded Naked Boy walk 4 miles to the pawnshop and trade in her guitar for cash so we could hook up with my dealer; a punk rock goddess named Love. Naked Boy finally agreed to pawn some shit for us and Leena threw cigarettes at his face as reward. I never understood why he put up with her bullshit but he never seemed phased by it, and now six years later they are still living together somewhere in Arizona."
To order issue #3, write to:
hannah neurotica
PO Box 1895
Grantham, NH
03753
USA
(added 18/04/2006)

Twat!
(WA/US)
"This is a neat idea. You send Christine a half page ad for your zine - describe back issues, describe yourself, and she compiles them all in a zine. #2 is a really good source for UK girl zines." (from Riot Grrrl Review #3 http://us.geocities.com/marmaladejackson/four.html)
To order issue #2, write to:
Christine
PO Box 11843
Olympia, WA 98508-1843
(added 31/03/2006)

Thrill
(WA/US)
"This is a cute mini put out by Sewan of Tullycraft and formerly of Crayon. There’s a tour diary of the Tullycraft/Bunnygrunt tour and tons of reviews. Essential for all you budding indie rockers." (from Riot Grrrl Review #3 http://us.geocities.com/marmaladejackson/four.html)
To order issue #17, write to:
PO Box 20639
Seattle, WA 98102
(added 31/03/2006)

THESE DEAD PETALS
(FL/US)
"This is another installment of Meghann’s passionate writing, along with some stuff by Puma Navarro. Alot of Meghann’s writing seems to revolve around irony, in work ethics, in consumption, in values, and life. She also writes about missing the time to read all day, a profile of Emily Dickinson. Puma’s pieces, about urban American society and dictated bauty via magazines are really powerful." (from Riot Grrrl Review #3 http://us.geocities.com/marmaladejackson/four.html)
To order issue #6, write to:
Meghann
5369 Fox Run Road
Sarasota, FL 34231
(added 31/03/2006)

The Coma
(WA/US)

"Favorite lists, thoughts on rape in movies, a letter to an old friend, dream analysis, and other bits round out this zine." (from Riot Grrrl Review #3 http://us.geocities.com/marmaladejackson/four.html)
To order issue #1, write to:
c/o KC
PO Box 7618
Tacoma, WA 98407-0618
(added 31/03/2006)

Teenage Whoremoans
(US)

"This is almost like two or three zines stuck together. The first part is prose about sexual violence and the loss of meaning. Also, there is a Sylvia Plath poem that rocks, of course, thoughts on her personal definition of feminism, writing on what she’s been like throughout her teenage years, a poem about reclaiming her self-love, thoughts on why she hasn’t shared her zine with any boys yet, a rant on The People vs. Larry Flynt, which is also given coverage in Suki Girl zine. affirmations, and more. Endearing." (from Riot Grrrl Review #3 http://us.geocities.com/marmaladejackson/four.html)
To order issue #4, write to:
Melanie
1806 Medina Street
Coeu D’Alene, ID 83814
(added 30/03/2006)


Tazwell´s Favorite Eccentric
(VA/US)
"#2 has stuff about moving home/making peace, the suddenness of death, love/distance, my imaginary dad, a few reviews, orignal art and more.Freshly cut, coalated and stapled, Tazewell's Favorite Eccentric is ready for trade or purchase. But I seriously prefer trades. It's quarter size, b&w, 22pages." To order issue #2 write to: Sarah/TFE
PO Box 816
North Tazewell, VA 24630
USA
piratesarah [AT] gmail dot com

(added 7/3/2006)

Tails of the Altered Earth (3rd Edition)
(WA/US)
"An all new lit/furzine, Tails of the Altered Earth is an Illustraited story complete in one issue. In the future, anthropormorphic animals rule the earth, and many different factions exist. Join Jason, a young Bear Cub and his Mentor, Royal as they travel from Jason's home, away from his family for him to join the The Guardians, a monastic group of furs dedicated to serving the Earth Mother. A great zine for any furry/lit fan."
To order issue #1 write to: Caroline Tigeress
PO Box 2267
Longview, Washington 98632
USA
(added 6/3/2006)

Take back the news
(US)
"To survivors of sexual violence,
Many survivors feel the burden of keeping their stories hidden from a public scrutiny that often tends to disbelieve, discredit, and stigmatize them. Perhaps you have felt this, but sexual violence is not a rarity. According to the UN Commission on the Status of Women, one in three women and girls in the world will be beaten or sexually abused in her lifetime. This is an epidemic. To the discredit of the mainstream media, rape is under-represented and mis-represented. There is something you can do to change this... TAKE BACK THE NEWS! It takes courage to share your story, but by adding your voice, your story, to the news, you revolt against the stigma. You release the shame that survivors are often told to carry. This is your opportunity to share your own un-edited words and help others understand what rape is and how it affects real people.
"
emily [AT] takebackthenews.org
http://www.takebackthenews.org


Tenderfoot: A compilation zine about firsts
(NJ/US)

TENDERFOOT is a compilation zine (one with multiple contributors) about firsts. It is a sporadically-published print zine; the website does not contain any of the content that appears in the zine, just information so that you can get your hands on the actual thing. Size and format will differ from issue to issue. This is a mama-made zine that doesn't deal directly with parenting; contributors include parents, non-parents, and kids. There are quite a few zines out there that do explore parenting listed on the links page. Check 'em out! To order a copy of TENDERFOOT via snail mail or online (paypal).
(summer 2004)
jenna weiss,
PO Box 321
Fanwood, NJ 07023
USA

tenderfootzine [AT] gmail.com
http://www.tenderfootzine.com/
(added 11/04/2004)




Teen Mama Zine
(OH/US)
"The zine for and about teen mamas. Teen Mama is dedicated to improving the lives of other teenage mothers. We have each been there, we feel that our knowledge and experience can benefit the lives of other young mothers.
Teen Mama is a division of Mama Specific Productions, a company founded in August 2000 by Trula Breckenridge, a mother who had her first child as a teenager. Mama Specific Productions provides products and services to communities of mothers. We feel that with help and encouragement teen mothers can finish their education, pursue their dreams and raise happy, well-adjusted children." Mama Specific Productions
Div: Teen Mama
PO Box 110393
Cleveland, OH
44111-0393
http://teenmama.org/zine.html
info [AT] teenmama.org

(added 06/6/2003, updated 13/02/2006)

talking to spirits
(WA/US)
Billie is a survivor of incest, ritual abuse, government mind control and medical experiments. This zine (2001) by Billie Rain who also runs the planting seeds community awareness project talks about child abuse. Billie tries to overcome her painful past: "spiritual healing is connected to revolutionary struggle in every way."
billierain [AT] yahoo.com
You can order her zines at:

http://www.pscap.org/
planting seeds community awareness project
PO Box 11452
Olympia, WA 98508, USA
info [AT] pscap.org
(added 05/16/2003)

Transfeminism: A Collection
(OR/CA)
"This 28-page collection contains materials from three older 'zines: "The Transfeminist Manifesto," "An Open Letter to Alix Dobkin," and "Whose Feminism is it Anyway? The Unspoken Racism of the Trans Inclusion Debate." Emi has "retired" her older 'zines, because much of the contents became outdated. You do not need this one if you already have Emi's first three 'zines, but this compilation is ideal for you if you are new to Emi's writings."
http://eminism.org

By Emi Koyama,
PO Box 40570
Portland, OR 97240
USA
emi [AT] eminism.org
(added 05/14/2003, updated 13/02/2006)

These Nations Forgotten
(US)
This "is a 24-page collection of poems by Lamya Amir el-Chidiac about love, war and resistance."
http://eminism.org
By Emi Koyama,
PO Box 40570
Portland, OR 97240
USA
emi [AT] eminism.org
(added 05/14/2003, updated 13/02/2006)

Teaching Intersex Issues
(OR/CA)

"A 16-page booklet by Emi & Lisa Weasel, the assistant professor of Biology at Portland State University. Discusses why we need to change how we teach intersex issues in Women's, Gender and Queer Studies classrooms, and exactly how to do that. Includes a sample course unit as well as annotated biography. Also distributed by Intersex Society of North America."
http://www.confluere.com/store/zine-intersex.html
By Emi Koyama,
PO Box 40570
Portland, OR 97240
USA
emi [AT] eminism.org
(added 05/14/2003, updated 13/02/2006)


Turtle and Gorilla
(OR/CA)
"This 32-page "family 'zine" is made up of writings and artworks by Leslie and Stacey Bull and their five children, two of whom write from within the prison. Includes "p.o.w." and many other powerful pieces". $ 6.00 at eminism.org.
http://www.confluere.com/store/zine-leslie.html
Order via Emi Koyama,
PO Box 40570
Portland, OR 97240
USA
emi [AT] eminism.org
(added 05/14/2003 updated 13/02/2006)

Tuhia: A Manifesto
(New Zealand)

“I won’t be written off because I’m not published by a mainstream publisher. I barely break even, if not lose money on my zines, who cares? A big name on a fancy cover won’t make boring-as-fuck, uninspired writing any better.” In this zine Amanda repeatedly demonstrates her passion for writing. She makes several points on the importance of writing and what it means to her.
Amanda
PO Box 7793
Wellesley St.
Auckland
New Zealand

amanda
[AT] vortex.net.nz
(added 11/30/02)



Three a.m.
(US)

“This is immediacy. If I don’t write it now it won’t be so true, I will never feel like this again never have these thoughts or scribble these lines. This is not about another person. It is about me." In Issue#6 Lisa shares with us how she rescued Bobby Taylor, her hideout the photobooth, her broken camera and several other important life stories. I personally enjoy her layout art. By Lisa.
newwaverevolution [AT] hotmail.com
(added 11/17/02)

 

Tenacious: Writings from Women in Prison
(NY/US)

"Tenacious: Writings from Women in Prison"
was conceived by several women incarcerated in
Oregon's first (and only) female prison, Coffee Creek
Correctional Facility. Because prisoners have either
extremely limited or no access to scissors, xeroxing,
staplers, stamps, etc., one of the women, Barrilee
Bannister, asked if I would be the outside person to
do the layout, copying, collating and distributing. I
agreed. Most of the articles in the three existing issues of "Tenacious" deal with the difficulties of parenting from prison, losing a child (either through death or through state intervention) while incarcerated, health care, sexual assault by prison staff, the lack of educational and vocational programs for women (even more so than for men in prison) and the lack of rehabilitative programming and support services for women in prison. Thus far, "Tenacious" is the only zine exclusively by women in prison. There are more zines by male prisoners that may (or, more often, may not) have a female voice and even more that have no female voices whatsoever.
Vikki
PO Box 20388
Tompkins Square Station
New York, NY 10009
USA
It's free to women in prison and 2 stamps for men in
prison. "Tenacious" is also being distributed by the South Chicago ABC Zine Distro and was recently picked up by Dreamer's Distro. Email Vikki at:
cradlecap00 [AT] yahoo.com

(added 02/02/2003, updated 13/02/2006)


Tastes Like Chicken
(US)

“I got a job at Sears selling children’s clothes during the holidays. I was not looking forward to it. I was not impressed with being paid 60 cents above minimum wage.” Issue #10 includes, “work stories, praise for the Padres, my first time, and lots of random crap.”
chicken.lady [AT] juno.com
(added 11/17/02)

 

Telegraph

“Zines should be exposed as widely as possible.” Issue #4 will give you several things that you can post up on your wall for example: 20 things that Rock the House, The Roommate Manifesto, At The Convenience Store and Tv Haikus.
punkgrrrl81 [AT] hotmail.com
(added 11/17/02)


Tellynarcosis
(Australia)

“I want to be in a place where people can share and declare their impractical dreams and embryonic plans.” No.4 of this zine concentrates on poetry, articles, and fast thoughts for a fucked up world.
Emmer
PO Box 332
Kingsgrove, NSM 2208
Australia

(added 11/17/02)


 
Tight Pants
(US)

“The following may be shocking, so put down your soda/ beer/slushie and listen up to this one statement and this one statement only: EMO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE TERRORIST ATTACKS.” Tight Pants Issue #9 will make you contemplate other possible reasons to who could of committed this crime. Let us not forget that Madeleine proposes these theories by emphasizing her dislike for Emo Music. By Madeleine.
(added 11/17/02)



Torque the Alphabetical
(US)

“The object of this zine is to say something otherwise kept to myself. This is the first and only issue of my zine.” “This issue ids dedicated to the grrrls of Quality Bad and includes pieces on the Nashville Independent Film Festival, hemming and howling, creative nonfiction by the Illustrations of Jen G, lies about the medieval period and much more!!
southernfemme9 [AT] yahoo.com
(added 11/17/02)


Twinkle Eye Fizzy
(UK)
Rainy, Essex, UK

TwelveLittleGrrrls
An archive of riot grrrl information
(US)
riot grrrl writings (articles, papers, books)
http://cerebro.cs.xu.edu/~tankgirl/twelvelittlegrrrls/

Tremors That Hold Us
(US)

“You know I miss you. You are the only girl I’ve ever cried over. You still have the power to make me cry.” Issue#6 is about love, and finding a hiding place when life gets complicated.
(added 11/17/02)


Tim Tum
A Trans Jew Zine
(US)
As the title says, this zine tangles with trangender and religious questions. For example, it gives basics tipps on respect/etiquette/support of trans persons and provides definitions of Jewish terminiology and history. It's a wonderful and eye-opening zine. Order it via email:
micahrebelprince [AT] hotmail.com


That girl
(CA/US)
Kelli has moved around a lot, some issues (like #7) report from her travelling to Europe, #11 traces her to San Franciso and travelling through America. #11 is really about living in San Francisco and Kellis disillusion with the "forced political and cultural snobbery of the city, the naivete and cliqueishness of the indie rock scene,..." I believe you'd enjoy this zine as much as I did! Write to Kelli:
PO Box 27894
Los Angeles, CA 90027

USA
kellicallis [AT] yahoo.com


 
There are not enough hours in the day for all the bitching I have to do!
(Singapore)
This personal zine, edited by Lynette in Singapore, deals with the death of her grandfather, introduces Lynette's movie favorites, discusses racism (in the zine community and in broader society) and closes with "Oh, zines! What have you done to me!" Write to Lynette.
Singapore
lynk666 [AT] yahoo.com

The Day I Quit Punk Rock
(VA/US)
Sarah, who also runs the Screamqueen Zine Distro (formerly Curbster Zine Distro) where she carries personal, politicl, personal-poltical, feminist and some fiction story-oriented zines. did also her own little personal zine about the day she quit punk...
Sarah
PO Box 2604
Chesterfield, VA 23832

USA
jillsbrokenheart [AT] bust.com

These are the Days
(VA/US)

"Every day a revolution begins, every breath has consequence, every step is in a direction." Kyle Bravo
PO Box 14523
Richmond, Virginia 23231
USA


The Transmitter
(New Zealand)

"A zinester's resource" from a zine library in Auckland!
The Transmitter
PO Box 68939
Newton, Auckland
New Zealand
spookies [AT] ihug.co.nz


Too Many Bisexual Rockstars and Not Enough Lesbian Hip Hop Artists
(WA/US)

"There is always time for change…..but this is the time for a new artistic revolution."
Sarah O'donnell
PMB 910
1122 E. Pike
Seattle, WA 98122
USA


Thunderpussy Fanzine
A zine for queer punk grrlz and the people that love 'em!!!!
(Australia)
"Hey there, my name is fLEA and I'm the editor/ publisher of "THUNDERPUSSY" zine. I'm a queer punk grrrl from Melbourne Australia. My zine is aimed at young alienated dykes/queers/grrls who don't neccessarily relate to what mainstream 'gay/lesbian' publications or mainstream 'girl/women' publications shove in their face! "thunderpussy" zine is not specifically a 'queer' zine as such, it's there for women/grrls of all persuasians, regardless of sexuality!..."
write:
PO Box 1071
BRIGHTON RD L.P.O.
ELWOOD, VIC 3184
AUSTRALIA

thunderpussy666 [AT] hotmail.com
http://www.geocities.com/WestHollywood/Park/6834/

Trippers Zine
(Singapore)

"Hardrockinmeanspittingpunkrockdykegrrrl zine from Singapore is here. All your lesbionic rants, music reviews and interviews with people and bands that you'd find interest in done by a dyke editor. Punkrock contradictions, gay expectations, fighting rascism and homophobia form the music scene, everything and whatever. Grit your teeth, wince, smile, show your finger, be a freak and strut your shit, fuck shit up: dykes rule! Hey, I interviewed Lynnee from Tribe 8! Get the issue before it runs out!"
http://drugged-aesthetic.tripod.com/Trippers.html

trippers_tm [AT] hotmail.com
(webpage inactive 13/02/2006)


Tearing Down the Walls
(MI/US)

“I’m a comic drawin, polka dot wearin bitter sarcastic nerdy girl.”
Jessika, Hills, MI, USA
xriotxnrrrdx [AT] aol.com



Twentybus
(CA/US)

“Blow up your car and ride the bus.”
Kelly
PO Box 27894
Los Angeles, California, 90027
USA
bottle_blondie [AT] hotmail.com

 

ARCHIVED LINKS -- DEAD LINKS
Tongues -
a queer latina webzine

(US)
"Tongues began and developed with the leadership that reflects its target population. The current leadership of Tongues has been active in the Los Angeles area since October 1999 and grew out of an initial interest to create a politically and socially conscious magazine and website 'zine for Queer women of color, specifically Xicanas/Latinas. Realizing that many of the Los Angeles-area agencies dealing with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender issues lacked in providing a creative and political arena for the development of Queer Latina expression, leadership and community, Tongues has evolved into serving as a medium for creating said platform to dialogue and take proactive measures on a variety of issues that usually are not considered "relevant" to Queer Latinas (i.e. globalization, worker's rights, and educational justice). There is also a need to heighten dialogue on the dynamics of race, class and gender so that local LGBT and/or Latina/o organizations can engage and become better equipped to meet the needs of their Queer Latina constituents." http://www.almalopez.net/tongues/tongues.html
http://www.tonguesmagazine.org

(webpage inactive 13/02/2006)


Trans-Fuse!
(UK)
"Trans-Fuse! - making mischief online since 1999. This site is transgender positive. It is also anti-racist, anti-sexist and anti-homophobic. Trans-Fuse! puts the emphasis squarely on politics. It aims to play a small part in promoting awareness, discussion, debate and increased activism amongst the trans community." It also has a directory of websites, zines and mailing lists offering more political trans and queer resources...
http://www.tg-web.co.uk/trans-fuse/index.htm
(added 1/10/03, webpage inactive 13/02/2006)

The death of dr. pimp – a riot grrrl zine
(US)
(dead link, January 2003)
By members of the Riot Grrrl chapter Miami: “Our zine contains mostly poetry and rants/essays pertaining to riot grrrl/feminism and representing different girls' lives. sometimes we also use artwork and stories. but the whole point of us putting out this zine is to put out writings from different girls' perspectives instead of us just making it this thing were we talk only about our own views on riot grrrl and the such.”(3 issues, the third one put out in 2000)
http://www.chickpages.com/rants/replicakill/



The X-Womyn Collective
Because we believe punk rock isn't just for your boyfriend anymore
(US)
Its manifesto: "We, as punk womyn and men, are sick of seeing our scenes and communities perpetuating the hierarchy of sexism that we are supposed to oppose. (...) The X-Womyn Collective was created to establish a place where womyn are just as much a part of our scenes as anyone else. By promoting music, zines and art created by womyn, we are claiming our space in the punk rock community. This game isn't fun anymore. It's time for things to change. (...). As of now, the Collective exists purely online (unfortunately) but we encourage anti-sexist activism in all its forms, online and in our daily lives. STOP THE PATRIARCHY IN PUNK!" http://www.xwomyn.org/frames.html


 


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