Created by Misbah Lakhani (Editor), Sydney Lau (Journalist), Jessica Duran (Journalist), and Emmaline Hawley (Graphic Designer) in FG200 Feminist Theory during Block 6 2022
“This magazine is hopefully an introduction to queerness as something people can use for self expression. Though queerness has not been a very welcome identity in spaces, but that has not stopped us from having fun in our own spaces while still fighting for a better tomorrow. We also wanted to include another fight for liberation, the feminist movement.”
—Misbah Lakhani, Editor
View the “Table of Contents” below, and click here to read Prom Queens in its entirety.
Created by Latra Demaci (Editor), Elle Triplett (Journalist), River Clarke (Journalist), and Vivienne Diggs (Graphic Designer) in FG200 Feminist Theory during Block 6 2022
“Although we speak to high school students transitioning to college, we acknowledge the differences within this group in terms of access to educational tools and exposure to a general culture of speaking about sexual identity, gender, and forms of relating. Throughout this issue, we try our best to present and define concepts. However, if in-depth explanations are needed, we encourage our readers to further research in this direction.”
—Latra Demaci, Editor
View the “Table of Contents” below, and click here to read Growing Pains in its entirety.
Created by Zianah Griffin (Editor), Paige Kahle (Journalist), Mckenna Ryan (Journalist), and Kate Nixon (Graphic Designer) in FG200 Feminist Theory during Block 6 2022
“Welcome to DRAGTOPIA!, a sickening, otherworldly drag magazine. As a team of queer students, we believe in amplifying the contributions of queer and trans people in the fight for a free, more joyful society. We focus on the brilliant world of drag because there are many rich historical and cultural contributions from drag communities and movements, from dance to makeup to consciousness building.”
—Zianah Griffin, Editor
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Created by Jess Martinez (Editor), Mahnoor Rehman (Journalist), Quattro Musser (Journalist), and Lucia Daranyi (Graphic Designer) in FG200 Feminist Theory during Block 6 2022
“This magazine emphasizes the interlocking systems of class, gender, and race-based oppression within climate change movements and the impacts of climate change on marginalized communities. As you may have noticed, our magazine uses various recycled materials and was constructed as a collage. We created our magazine in this way to repurpose old materials and demonstrate our dedication to our current climate crises.”
—Jess Martinez, Editor
View the “Table of Contents” below, and click here to read No Chill in its entirety.