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Bound to Struggle: the Intersection of Kink and Radical Politics (Volumes 1-5)

This compilation zine brings together stories and essay from many kinky radicals. It is not trans exclusive but is curated by a trans person and had several contributors who are trans. There are 5 volumes so far and accepts submissions on a rolling basis.

Bound to Struggle Vol 1 (E-book version)
Bound to Struggle Vol 1 (Print version)

By Simon Strikeback

Hidden Expression: A

Hidden Expressions is an annual ‘zine publication created exclusively with the contributions, wisdom, and creativity of transgender and gender non-conforming people who have been or are currently incarcerated. Submissions can include stories, drawings, "how-to" guides, poetry, guides to surviving prison as a trans person, erotica, recipes, treats, hobbies, writing and art tips, comic strips, and any other expression of resilience and talent.

Transformative Justice Law Project

Just So You Know #2

A comic (literally) retelling of one trans girl's experiences coming out and just trying to live as trans.

See more of Joey's work at http://www.jsayers.com/

Download a print version of this zine below.

Joey Alison Sayers

Vanguard Revisited Feb 2011

This collection of historical documents and contemporary writings from street youth creates a dialogue about poverty, queerness, drugs, and the police. Vanguard, a grassroots homeless youth group, was founded in 1966 as youth mobilized to combat police harassment, picket discriminatory businesses, and hold same-sex dances in church halls. Vanguard had a significant transgender membership and is the group whose work helped set the stage for the Compton's Cafeteria Riot in the Tenderloin District of San Francisco.

Vanguard Revisited

Carly: She's Still My Daddy

Developed by Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays, this short comic shows a daughter learning to accept her "daddy's" transition from male to female.

PFLAG

Tranny Dyke Whore

An autobigraphy in parts.

Sylvan
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