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DRAGGED*

Created by Anis Buttar-Miller (Editor), Cameron Bacher (Journalist), Lili Whittier (Journalist), and Sophie Dua (Graphic Designer)

“Welcome to the first edition of DRAGGED* (*dragging the complexities out of drag)! As a magazine we hope to use feminist lenses to explore the discourse (dominant discussion and narrative about a topic) around the drag community regarding identity, self-expression, and the impact on its audiences with queer young adults who are interested in drag. As young queer people we want you to be able to take pride in your identity and find strength in it like Charlotte Bunch said, ‘Our very strength as lesbians lies in the fact that we are outside the patriarchy; our existence challenges its life’ (224). We also want you to think critically about happenings within your community, such as the prevalence of and discourse around drag. We hope to be able to provide you with new information and help you understand the complexities around drag.”
ā€”Anis Buttar-Miller, Editor

Click here to read DRAGGED*!

 

Presence: The Body Activism Limited Edition

Created by Nicolette Gordillo-LaRiviere (Editor), Sage Reynolds (Journalist), Halle Schall (Journalist), and Bradley Bollag-Miller (Graphic Designer)

“We publish this magazine ‘BECAUSE doing/ reading/ seeing/ hearing cool things that validate and challenge us can help us gain the strength and sense of community that we need in order to figure out how bullshit like racism, ablebodyism, ageism, speciesism, classism, thinism, sexism, antisemitism, and heterosexism figures in our own lives (Bikini Kill 478).’ Presence is for those who use their bodies as resistance. For those who use their appearances to stray from dominant standards of what they are told they have to be. Welcome to our community.”
ā€”Nicolette Gordillo-LaRiviere, Editor

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MOMMY

Created by Ella McMullin (Editor), Amanda Bradley (Journalist), Josie Ballew (Journalist), and Eloise Kelly (Graphic Designer)

“Whether you consider yourself a mother, have kids, are expecting, are parents, or are just curious, this space is for everyone, every body, and everymommy! Unlike other parenting or mothering magazines, MOMMY embraces the joys, challenges, and truths of being a mother.”
ā€”Ella McMullin, Editor

Click here to read MOMMY!