“Something about our conversations just makes me want to take off my underwear. And by ‘something’ I mean ‘everything.'”
“One way we can change the narratives around our sexuality and our erotic bodies is by taking up space as sexual beings and celebrating other women and femmes doing the same.” This zine is on it.
“With a strong intersectional focus, this is a zine about mental health for all people, in all walks of life. We believe that mental health care and support should be a right for all.”
Featuring Hannah Hart, a carabiner and Sara Ramirez.
Monstering is the first ever magazine for disabled women and nonbinary people — and if that’s you, they want to see your work!
“The world’s top judge of architecture”
Enter Bright Lite — the badass magazine for girls that, true to its name, will bring light to your world, a grin to your face, and much-needed hope to your heart.
AfterEllen is a part of a legacy of brilliant publications created by passionate lesbian, queer and bisexual women that unfortunately no longer exist, but were cool for a while.
Featuring: Evan Rachel Wood, Kate McKinnon and Stephanie Beatriz!
25 Undercuts That Will Come Out for You
The first issue of this new ‘zine collaboration is about Coming Out To Yourself and it’s SO COOL and you WANT ONE. Or more than one.
Pioneers Press was a sponsor for A-Camp 5.0 and we love them so so much! Come on in and find a new favorite zine to ease you into autumn.
Exploring 40 different artist’s feelings and experiences about their bodies and gender, the zine “Every/Body” has stories and comics ranging from the touching and tragic, to the inspiring and uplifting.
Elisha Lim’s zine “Favourite Dating Tales” features not only illustrations, comics and pictures that convey just about every part of the dating experience, but also has some of the most beautiful looking art I’ve ever seen.
Vanessa and Grace think that it’s important to learn to be happy by yourself, so they made you a zine to help explain what they mean and why. Happy alone time-ing!
You know, like Disney Adventures and Dolly Magazine and Stone Soup and all those other radical rags! Circa 1988-1992!
“So what makes you qualified to work for me? No offense, but you don’t look like someone who will cry if she can’t get her hands on the latest Gucci purse.”
A man decided it was time for a “women’s publication that puts world news and politics alongside beauty tips.” He got $6.5 million to make it happen. When the women who work in women’s media found out, everyone’s head exploded.
“When one of my lovers said that she wished she had an instruction manual for my body, I took that and responded to it pretty literally.”
POC Zine Project presents a massive list of zines, plus info on where you can get them and so much more. Zines for days!