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When you come out as trans, people sometimes take a while to adjust to your new pronouns, or don’t quite understand.

So we launched a new campaign to help! An article that introduces the topic, a video with a rundown from trans young people, and a web app where you can learn and practice pronouns!

Here’s our easy way to help your friends and family get your pronouns right and understand why it’s important.

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The South East London Zine Fair is happening!

South East London Zine Fair flyer: http://selondonzines.files.wordpress.com/

South East London Zine Fair flyer: http://selondonzines.files.wordpress.com/

The South East London Zine Fair is back!

This year it will take place on November 1 in Peckham, at The Montage Arms.
Applications for tables are now closed, hope you managed to book yours?

See you there.


South East London Zine Fair 2014
November 1
The Montague Arms
289 Queen Road
SE15 2PA

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Like zines and cake?

The lovely ladies at Borough Belles WI are having a night dedicated to DIY publishing, this week.

They kindly invited me, along with other fabulous zinesters, to talk about our love for indie press.


Come along, if you fancy, here is the FB event:

Wednesday, September 17 – 7.30pm



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Please donate to Parallel’s kickstarter, and receive the first issue for nothing extra! If you’re into feminism, intersectionality,social justice, the arts, history, DIY zines… you name it, myself and the awesome Parallel team are hard at work to make a fabulous first issue for your delectation and delight!

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Heloise d’Argenteuil

So not really a romantic crush but when I read the letters of Abelard and Heloise I absolutely fell in love with Heloise! (Abelard’s a bit of douche in my opinion). Heloise was witty, strong, and insistent. She refused to deny her love and passionate inclinations for Abelard even though she was a nun; she wanted Abelard to know she entered monastic life because he bid her to not because she felt a particular calling toward it. I think it would have taken guts for a woman, who was part of a religious order in the Middle Ages to insist on the acknowledgment of her inner being even though it is in direct defiance of convention.


[you can read the letters here!]

As long as women are using class or race power to dominate other women, feminist sisterhood cannot be fully realised.
bell hooks - Feminism is for Everybody (via until-theskyturnsgreen)

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‘Men get raped and molested,’ should be a whole sentence. If you have to tack on the word ‘too,’ then you’re using the experience of male victims to silence females instead of giving them their own space.

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Not sure if I’ve reblogged this before but it always bears repeating.

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