My “preferred gender pronouns are the sound of shattering glass, the weight of [a] hammer in [my] hand[,] and the sickly-sweet aroma of shit on fire.” If that creates discomfort in you, ‘it’ is acceptable as well; ‘it’ pronouns—from a personal, volatile, experience with gender—serve as an attack on the gendered binary hellscape we live …
“A little while ago, we came across Troublemakers Guide to Rose City, a zine full of ways to sabotage the system that kills and breaks us. With no digital version available, and the information within somewhat lacking, we took it upon ourselves to make Troublemakers Guide to Rose City #2, Sabotaging Everyday Life.
New zine: Who Are You Streaming For? —three criticisms of livestreaming Who Are You Streaming For? is a collection of three critiques of livestreaming at protests. These three have previously been published separately, but in the context of the 2020 uprising are definitely worth returning to.
Acrid vol. 1 — Trajectory of an Uprising is a zine analysis of the uprising in Portland this year that began late May 2020. Part 1 breaks down and analyses the trajectory of recent revolt in Portland, and Part 2 proposes an alternative approach to break free from that path.