On Selfhood: Young Lesbians

By Patricia Silva
On Selfhood: Young Lesbians assembles art works, ephemera, and oral histories from 36 marginalized urban lesbians, ages 18-25. Installed as a multidisciplinary exhibition grounded in personal collections and an interactive collage, On Selfhood. The post On Selfhood: Young Lesbians appeared first on The Gay & Lesbian Review.

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My Multitudes

By David Cameron Strachan
In junior high school, I saw that I wasn't developing like other boys. I was teased for my small genitals and breast growth. Our family doctor assured my mother that I’d eventually be “normal” but my biology textbook gave me doubts: it said “giants are usually sterile.” The post My Multitudes appeared first on The Gay & Lesbian Review.

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The Future and Legacy of Queer Zines with Yezmin Villareal

In 2017, Issues, a zine-in-residence ini­tiative started by Hello Mr., transported Colby Anderson and Yezmin Villarreal’s visions for a queer alternative publi­cation from an idea into a reality. BRUNCH CLUB, Colby Anderson’s pub­lication, exclusively highlights trans and queer people of color. Dyke Queen, Yezmin Villarreal’s project, is a magazine about QTPOC literature, style, and art. The post The Future and Legacy of Queer Zines with Yezmin Villareal appeared first on The Gay & Lesbian Review.

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