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Transgender Issues and the EZLN [Apr. 23rd, 2009|02:59 pm]
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Hey all.

I was wondering if anyone knows of any essays, reports or resources regarding issues of transgender and transgendered individuals with the EZLN.


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OUT OF THE BARS AND INTO THE STREETS! [Feb. 8th, 2009|05:32 pm]
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Peace Communities Now Offers Gift Certificates for Blogging and Writing! Happy New Year Everyone! [Jan. 2nd, 2009|08:19 pm]
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[mood |cheerfulcheerful]
[music |Black (Live) by Pearl Jam on the Live on Two Legs (Live) CD]

Hello all  Anarcho-Queer members, zine writers, wonderful folks, allies and everyone working for a better world,

Happy New Year!  In 2009, the Peace Communities, a progressive not-for-profit coalition of progressive groups with people from all backgrounds including many Native American tribes, will work harder than ever before to create a better world... and still have fun doing it!  If you are looking for the Peace Communities Progressive Coalition and online community and Social Networking website, with Member Profiles, Daily Photo Blogs, Rss Feeds from Feminist Blogs, Discussion Forums (promote your feminist projects, distros, websites and more),Events (promote events worldwide), Event Listings, Photos & Slideshows, Custom Video Players, Points and Gift Certificates Given for Original Writing from Around the World, Real-time Activity Stream and much more please click here.

If you're a blogger/writer wanting to earn 'peace points' in our online community redeemable for Gift Certificates to AKPress, The Beauty of Barter, PMPress, Microcosm Publishing and many more places worldwide join us at peacecommunities.org, click on 'online community.'

Thanks for all the wonderful things that each of you do!

You are the hero you've been waiting for!

Joy, Love, Peace,
-Peace Communities
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(no subject) [Dec. 23rd, 2008|12:26 pm]
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Little People like LGBT people are considered "freaks of nature", they get stares and people misunderstand them. In looking for resources for Little LGBT People, I found virtually nothing. I decided, to make an entry to educate people about little people as well as provide as much info as I can for LGBT Little People. It is my sincere hope that LGBT Little People can find solace, comfort and community and that they can begin to network and build a foundation and support system for their own sub-section of the community.

For more info and resources on LGBT Little People, check out:
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Know any queer rural zines? x-post (if this doesn't belong/breaks rules, sorry; tell me&I'll delete) [Dec. 20th, 2008|03:19 am]
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[mood |hopefulhopeful]

Sorry if this doesn't belong here, but my friend Jenna (a.k.a. trashcan_chica) needs some help:

"does anyone know of any queer zines about living in rural areas or going to rural areas?

any help/pointing in the right direction would be amazing. i went through the whole Queer Zine Archive and couldn't really find anything.

jenna b

p.s. i just got a wordpress site, sassyfrasscircus.com!"

Her (AIM) away message also says: "is looking for zines about/by members of radical queer ANTI-URBAN communities, so if you know of any..."

So please comment if you can help at all; thanks. :]

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Announcing a 2009 National Radical Queer Convergence [Dec. 18th, 2008|04:48 pm]
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Anarcha-Queers! Trannies! Fairies! Perverts! Sex-Workers! Sex-Radicals! Allies!

Bash Back! is ecstatic to announce a national radical queer convergence to take place in Chicago, May 28th through May 31st of 2009! We're pleased to invite all radical queers to join us for a weekend of debauchery and mischief.

The last weekend of May will prove to be four solid days of workshops, discussions, performances, games, dancing and street action! We’ll handle the food and the housing. Ya’ll bring the orgy, riot, and decadence!

We’re looking for folks to facilitate discussions, put on workshops, organize caucuses, share games, tell stories, get heavy in some theory, or bottom-line a dance party. More specifically we’re looking for workshops themed around queer and trans liberation, anti-racism, confronting patriarchy, sex work, ableism, self defense, DIY mental and sexual health, radical history, pornography, or queer theory.

We are also looking for copious amounts of glitter, safer sex products, zines, home-made sex toys, balaclavas, pink and black flags, sequins, bondage gear, rad porn, flowers, strap-ons, and assorted dumpstered goodies.

You down?

To RSVP, volunteer for a workshop, get more information, or send us dirty pictures:

email - radicalqueer2009@gmail.com
and check out - BashBackNews.Wordpress.Com

Lubing up the social war,
Bash Back!
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Aaron Webster Community Forums - first forum Nov 17th [Nov. 16th, 2008|11:23 pm]
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please circulate to your networks....
  Aaron Webster Community Forums - Stop the Violence! 
The Centre in partnership with the Vancouver Police Department
invites you to a series of forums on violence against & within LGBT communities
Learn about police responses to hate crimes & relationship violence
Tell us about what is going on & what we can do together
to stop the violence & increse safety
Public Forums - all welcome
West End Public Forum: Monday, November 17, 7-9:30pm
Gordon Neighbourhood House, 1019 broughton Street
East Van Public Forum: Tuesday, December 2, 7-9:30pm
North Community Health Centre, 200 - 1651 Commercial Dr
Community Forums
Youth Community Forum: Friday, November 21, 7:30 - 10:00
Coal Harbour Community Centre, 480 Broughton St
TwoSpirit/Queers of Colour Community Forum: Monday, November 24, 7-9:30pm
Mount Pleasant Neighbourhood House, 800 East Broadway
Trans Community Forum, Tuesday November 25, 7-9:30pm
North Community Health Centre, 200 - 1651 Commercial Dr
Information: call The Centre 604 684-5307
Supporters: Little Sisters Bookstore, Safe Choices, West Enders Against Violence
We gratefully acknowledge funding from Safe Streets & Safe Schools,
Ministry of Public Safety & Solicitor General
media sponsor: 

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New Queer Punk Community! Chat Monday nights! [Nov. 10th, 2008|05:22 am]
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I am an anarcho-punk queer.  I started a new queer punk community and I am trying to spread the word to those who would be interested in joining (hopefully you).  So, please check us out and join us for our chats.  



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Bob Barr for President - Gay & Lesbian Words Banned [Oct. 2nd, 2008|04:29 pm]
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In response to a Bob Barr for president blog entry that stated that John McCain is possibly bipolar when it comes to the issues.

I responded asking if Bob Barr was bipolar and discussed his former position against same-sex marriage for gays and lesbians. Well apparently the Bob Barr site doesn't like the words, "sex", "gay", or "lesbian".

Not surprisingly "queer" made it through, although since this post they now banned that word as well.

Here is how the text showed up before moderator approval (Since that time the post has not been authorized and has been deleted).

You voted for the “defense of marriage act” to ban same-*** marriage equality throughout the country, and now say marriage is a states issue and nobody has the right to discriminate. You tried so hard to discriminate against *** and ******* couples. You will never get my vote, to me you are a bigot, plain and simple.

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(no subject) [Sep. 26th, 2008|12:11 pm]
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Since I've already taken the class offered, I have to complete a research project to get a final health credit for my high school. After having a really infuriating conversation with the class, I left feeling totally unsafe and excluded, being the only person in the room comfortable talking about my sexuality and gender identity and realizing that any discussion on sex in the class was going to be focused on hetero relationships unless more people spoke up. Obviously openly talking about your orientation isn't easy in high school, especially in an environment that's already proven itself to be queerphobic.

So I'm writing a research paper and making a zine on how to talk about queer sex with teenagers and why it's important.

I'm looking for your experiences either as a teenager or someone who was once a teenager. You don't have to identify as queer to contribute.

What was your high school's sex ed like?
Did you feel safe in that environment?
Did you feel unsafe?
Did you feel like you could talk about your identity with your peers? teachers?
Did you have abstinence-only sex ed?

please email submissions to avocado@riseup.net

okay! thanks.
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