“The aim of the project is to make legible memories, histories and moments of queerness that would otherwise disappear.”
Collegiate libraries, non-profit organizations, and plucky websites alike have been collecting and archiving the history of the women’s rights movement for decades — and that means average people like you and me can sometimes spend hours fawning over what they’ve gotten their grubby little hands.
This issue proves that that’s possible — there’s gobs of work out there made by queer artists that isn’t confined to coming out stories, identity struggles, or crushes on straight girls, and it’s really good.
“There can be joy in killing joy. Kill joy, we can and we do. Be willful, we will and we are.”
qu.ee/r Magazine is a brand spanking new literary magazine accepting fiction, non-fiction, poetry, and visual art submissions both for their first issue titled “The Call to Adventure” and year-round!
Felicia Day, Hannah Hart, and your other favorite geek girls are talking about Tipping the Velvet!
Does it count if it’s Scully talking to Queequeg? Important questions.
Mondays are really hard so let’s all take a break and enjoy the glorious gift that is The 100 Most Stylish dapperQs.
“The Toast prefers free weights to circuit machines but also enjoys a good sit. The Toast doesn’t care how much you or Marilyn Monroe weigh. The Toast is happy, then dignified. The Toast is not haunted, but would welcome a visit from ghosts.”