Having trans and crip rage this spoke to me on multiple levels. Thank you!
trans pessimism #2: when does it feel good?
A downloadable zine
a 12-page black and white zine, assembled with spite. this is the sequel to WHEN YOUR BODY IS NOT YOUR OWN. it's about frustration with liberal trans acceptance narratives and the pressure to tell positive narratives. poems and drawings.
"what have we gained, now that libs think its okay to be yourself;
its okay to be poor; its okay that there are no jobs; its okay that all your friends are disabled with not enough;
it’s okay to pass around the same five bucks;"
the different PDF files are:
- "single" - pages are not facing each other
- "facing" - pages are side by side like in the physical zine
- "dyslexia" - dyslexia friendly font and format (arial). if you are having trouble reading the original, give this a try!
In order to download this zine you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $1 USD. You will get access to the following files:
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free community copies
if for any reason you can't or don't want to pay, grab a free community copy! every purchase adds more to the pool.
- digital sales add 1 copy
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