Does anyone else love library bindings???
i am finally ready to put my newest zine into the world. mend my dress 10.2
talk of self-injury, suicidal thoughts and the despair i lived though this past fall. also included: 16 reasons to keep living. send me a buck through paypal and i will ship it world wide. email@example.com is the paypal address. or you can send me a stamp or a valentine though the mail, message for my address. limited to 100 copies.
baby owl. this is a childhood memory bank. every other weekend when i was very young i would visit my father’s girlfriend. she lived in a small house with a massive sky light above her bed and a wisteria growing along the front deck. i was given a drawer to store my belongings. books, colored paper, beach glass and other little things. including a version of this owl. most weekends i would help her clean the house, washing all of the tiny windows on the set of french doors that divided the hallway from the living room. the owl is avon lotion bottle. roses roses. the lotion had turned and had an extra sweet rancid quality. i would hide in the corner and put tiny drops of it on my arm, smelling of rotten roses. part of the sadness of not talking to my family is knowing that i can not get those little things back. cute old school work, tiny drawings. pictures of the good times in my childhood. some like this mass produced bottle can be replaced, somewhat. the smell is the same, so it’s close. the best i can get. it lives on my bedside table. sometimes i smell it and open one of the polly pockets that live in the drawer below and pretend my family is different. here is to all of us that will spend this huge holiday alone.
honra asked: god thank you cathartic tears running through my face right now. thank you so much you dont even know how much it means to me
no thank you.
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: VANCOUVER TRANS* RESOURCE ZINE!
Hey Folks, my name is Sorrel and I’m hoping to put out a resource zine this Spring that has all sorts of information about navigating the ever confusing trans* health care system in Vancouver (unceeded Coast Salish Territory, occupied by…
How Breasts Can Look
A little while back, I made a post about the Reality of Nude Photos, and the public reaction that really surprised me in response was that it seemed like a lot of people had never actually seen a female body in different positions like that before. Lots of people didn’t believe that both of the images in that post were really me, because my breasts looked so different in the two pictures.
And that really stuck with me. Not any kind of frustration at the disbelief I received, but a genuinely eye-opening realization that people didn’t know what breasts can look like when they’re just flopped around in a picture or looked at from a different side.
I certainly don’t have the same breasts as every other woman out there, so this is in no way meant to represent all of womankind. Not by a long shot. Breasts come in all shapes and sizes and each woman is unique in the way that they will stretch, sag, move, bounce, and so on. Women have different nipples, different sized areolae, and very differently shaped breasts.
These are my breasts. 12 photos of them just hanging out and doing their thing. Every woman in the world could make this photo chart and it would be a little bit different each time. And in my opinion, that is one of the most wonderful and amazing things about the human body.
this makes me so happy
“Pooh and his friends were given as gifts by author A. A. Milne to his son Christopher Robin Milne between 1920 and 1922. Pooh was purchased in London at Harrods for Christopher’s first birthday. Christopher later gave them to publisher E. P. Dutton, who in turn donated them to the New York Public Library.