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Queer Under All Conditions #3 (QUAC) is now printed!  Thanks to all of our loyal readers, contributors, and fans, you all make this project possible!  Please reblog this post and spread the word :]!  Click on the image to go to the online pdf of the zine!  The file is large, so please be patient as the file loads (it’s in color again!!!)  If you would like a printed copy, please message us and we can arrange something—zine trading, paying for shipping, etc.
This issue looks at queer / trans violence in a broad sense. How do queer and trans bodies occupy (violent) space(s)? What are some survival tactics used to persevere queer / trans violence? How do we locate our politics when so many of our brothers and sisters are fighting daily battles to survive within homo/transphobic publics? What are the distinctions and intersections between gender violence and sexual violence? What are the distinctions between these violence’s and race, class, and our positions as leaders, students, teachers, and activists? In an era of immense coverage of the “gay suicidal” body and the subsequent anti-bullying legislation / activism, why are we still seeing kids killing themselves? What does that mean about our projects and activist strategies in combating queer / trans violence?
PS:  Sorry that some of the text is cut off, we were in a rush and had some technical difficulties.  The printed version has the correct text filled in.  The zine is still very readable, but just a small preface / explanation!

Queer Under All Conditions #3 (QUAC) is now printed!  Thanks to all of our loyal readers, contributors, and fans, you all make this project possible!  Please reblog this post and spread the word :]!  Click on the image to go to the online pdf of the zine!  The file is large, so please be patient as the file loads (it’s in color again!!!)  If you would like a printed copy, please message us and we can arrange something—zine trading, paying for shipping, etc.

This issue looks at queer / trans violence in a broad sense. How do queer and trans bodies occupy (violent) space(s)? What are some survival tactics used to persevere queer / trans violence? How do we locate our politics when so many of our brothers and sisters are fighting daily battles to survive within homo/transphobic publics? What are the distinctions and intersections between gender violence and sexual violence? What are the distinctions between these violence’s and race, class, and our positions as leaders, students, teachers, and activists? In an era of immense coverage of the “gay suicidal” body and the subsequent anti-bullying legislation / activism, why are we still seeing kids killing themselves? What does that mean about our projects and activist strategies in combating queer / trans violence?

PS:  Sorry that some of the text is cut off, we were in a rush and had some technical difficulties.  The printed version has the correct text filled in.  The zine is still very readable, but just a small preface / explanation!

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