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fuckthegaytriarchy:

TW domestic violence, transphobia, outing

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  • Question: how does tableing work - Anonymous
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    We go to events and set up the zines on a table and people donate money to cover printing costs.

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Bitch Please will be @ the Sydney Anarchist Bookfair, Sat 22nd March at Addison Road Community Centre, Marrickville.

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takemetoponyisland:

takemetoponyisland:

DEQY Presents: Benefit for Evie’s New Vagina!

Evie is an awesome person, member of our community, freaking talented drummer and a transgender woman. Let’s support her by having a rad time whilst helping raise funds for this life changing operation.

Medicare are fucked and don’t pay for Sex Reassignment surgeries - surgeries that are super expensive, taboo and sadly inaccessible to a lot of people even though for most it is a need. Being transgender is NOT a choice. Everyone deserves to be who they truly are.

For those who can’t go you can donate via https://www.fundraise.com/alexandra-ray/benefit-gig-for-evies-vagina

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alchemistscloset:

Spider Teeth zine

Wherein our protagonist flies to Thailand to get a brand new cunt

Spider Teeth is not only about the author’s surgery, but also what led up to it, the difficulty of tucking and sex, the reality of needing surgery while poor and accepting money from a significant other to access a life-saving procedure that would remain out of reach for most trans women. ellie also describes, in detail, the entire process of surgery: from flying halfway around the world to Thailand, to being prepped, to waking up and making her way through the first hours and days of recovery in the hospital, messy and painful and sometimes alarming.

The zine fills in many small details of the experience, and obstacles expected and unexpected are discussed. Along the way, ellie shares her thoughts and doubts, from whether this surgery is the one she wants, to not “connecting” with new body parts right away. At the beginning of the zine, ellie writes, “How do I write about ‘the surgery’ in a way that feels honest?” That sense of striving for honesty is present throughout the zine, integrating ellie’s concerns with how her narrative interacts with larger narratives on gender, bodies, and trans trajectories. What emerges is real and honest in its individuality.

Content warning: Graphic written content on the surgery and post-surgery experience

98 p./half size/Black and white with colored ribbon binding

$5 at The Alchemist’s Closet >

We are very excited to carry this zine!!!

xx

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Very excited to have issues 1-4 and 6-9 of TransSisters: The Journal of Transsexual Feminism, edited by Davina Anne Gabriel and published in Kansas City between ‘93 and ‘95. Issue #7 even has an article on a lesbian conference in Brisbane which expelled trans women delegates in ‘94.

Hard copies only, so try to come along to one of the events we’re tabling at!

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transladyzinesubmissionthing:

It’s DONE!Please let me know if I screwed something up horribly but I think it’s ok.Reblog the shit outta this plz.

transladyzinesubmissionthing:

It’s DONE!

Please let me know if I screwed something up horribly but I think it’s ok.

Reblog the shit outta this plz.

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fuckingtranswomen:

FTW #0 *FINALLY* available in print!

“I’ve read a lot of zines in my life, and I’ve enjoyed most of them. I don’t know if I can honestly say that any one zine has impacted my life as much as Fucking Trans Women #0. It was put out in October, 2010 by Mira Bellwether. Fucking Trans Women has had a massive impact on my understanding of what queer women’s sexuality could look like in general, and a glimpse of the potential for my own sexuality as a queer trans woman.” - Miriam Kennedy Nadler

That’s right, FTW is now available in print through CreateSpace, where you can order a copy or as many copies as you like for slightly more than the digital edition.  (See the link immediately below.)  I know that some of you have been waiting for this for a LONG time, being zine purists or lovers of print, and here it finally comes:
https://www.createspace.com/4397843
It’s $8 for a bound copy printed on demand and delivered to your door. The zine is 80 8x11 pages and provides a variety of information, from sex education, to biological diagrams, to descriptions of hot sex. There’s a even a guide to muffing, a unique sexual practice you won’t find written about (let alone documented and guided through step by step) anywhere else.
Once again, that link is as follows:
https://www.createspace.com/4397843

fuckingtranswomen:

FTW #0 *FINALLY* available in print!

I’ve read a lot of zines in my life, and I’ve enjoyed most of them. I don’t know if I can honestly say that any one zine has impacted my life as much as Fucking Trans Women #0. It was put out in October, 2010 by Mira BellwetherFucking Trans Women has had a massive impact on my understanding of what queer women’s sexuality could look like in general, and a glimpse of the potential for my own sexuality as a queer trans woman.” - Miriam Kennedy Nadler

That’s right, FTW is now available in print through CreateSpace, where you can order a copy or as many copies as you like for slightly more than the digital edition.  (See the link immediately below.)  I know that some of you have been waiting for this for a LONG time, being zine purists or lovers of print, and here it finally comes:

https://www.createspace.com/4397843

It’s $8 for a bound copy printed on demand and delivered to your door. The zine is 80 8x11 pages and provides a variety of information, from sex education, to biological diagrams, to descriptions of hot sex. There’s a even a guide to muffing, a unique sexual practice you won’t find written about (let alone documented and guided through step by step) anywhere else.

Once again, that link is as follows:

https://www.createspace.com/4397843

Source: fuckingtranswomen
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We’re tabling at the Melbourne Anarchist Bookfair in a couple of weeks! August 10th, 10am-6pm, at the Abbotsford Convent, St Helliers Street

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Call Out Queen//Mark Aguhar

A friend gave me a copy of the Call Out Queen zine: http://ebookbrowse.com/zine-call-out-queen-pdf-d385110837 which has collated some writings of Mark Aguhar, and suggested Bitch Please distro it. As a zine distro run by two white trans women that is unable to ask the author for permission, I don’t know if/think we should, after all, Mark’s blog was “BLOGGING FOR BROWN GURLS”. Is it enough to ask the people who put it together for permission? Even if they did give us permission, is that enough? Are they even the right people to ask?