emily/bambi 21 san francisco
ineffableshe:

ineffableshe:

Haay Hottie: Consent, Communication, and Boundary Setting in Party Spaces. A Workshop / Workbook Zine 
by Lee Naught (of Fuckin @ / NY Radical Sex Positivity Project) & Rachel (of Hoax Zine)
cover art by Elvis Wolf

VIEW AND DOWNLOAD A FREE PRINTABLE VERSION AT THIS LINK
This zine is based off a workshop that was presented at Idapalooza 2013. Boundaries are often context-based, and we felt that talking about consent can look different in spaces that are sweaty, rowdy, in which there is substance use, and / or in which “hooking up” is a social norm. This is a workshop / workbook zine that can be conducted either alone or with a group. It is specifically written for those who have already made the decision to enter a sexy, party space (a gay bar, a queer dance night, a house party, a play party, a festival such as Idapalooza) with the idea that participants will be witnesses to PDA, drinking, and probably more. However, the workshop / workbook can easily be tailored to other settings & we believe that many folks can benefit from these activities. Topics covered in this workshop / workbook zine include (but are not limited to): re-defining sex & sex positivity, reflecting upon what party settings feel safe & unsafe, boundary setting activities, communication (verbal & non-verbal, during & outside of sex), consent & communication as in pertains to bdsm & kink, boundaries pertaining to substance use, accountability, responding to issues of boundary crossing. 24 pgs/ b&w / text heavy
E-mail rachelzines@gmail.com for questions about downloading (or if you are computer savvy & know how to design a web readable version of this!)
Anti-copyright, re-blog to spread the word!

I’m really glad this is making the rounds, I’m re-blogging because zinelibrary isn’t publishing new content & I want this to exist as a public resource for anybody who can use it.

ineffableshe:

ineffableshe:

Haay Hottie: Consent, Communication, and Boundary Setting in Party Spaces. A Workshop / Workbook Zine
by Lee Naught (of Fuckin @ / NY Radical Sex Positivity Project) & Rachel (of Hoax Zine)
cover art by Elvis Wolf

This zine is based off a workshop that was presented at Idapalooza 2013. Boundaries are often context-based, and we felt that talking about consent can look different in spaces that are sweaty, rowdy, in which there is substance use, and / or in which “hooking up” is a social norm. This is a workshop / workbook zine that can be conducted either alone or with a group. It is specifically written for those who have already made the decision to enter a sexy, party space (a gay bar, a queer dance night, a house party, a play party, a festival such as Idapalooza) with the idea that participants will be witnesses to PDA, drinking, and probably more. However, the workshop / workbook can easily be tailored to other settings & we believe that many folks can benefit from these activities. Topics covered in this workshop / workbook zine include (but are not limited to): re-defining sex & sex positivity, reflecting upon what party settings feel safe & unsafe, boundary setting activities, communication (verbal & non-verbal, during & outside of sex), consent & communication as in pertains to bdsm & kink, boundaries pertaining to substance use, accountability, responding to issues of boundary crossing. 24 pgs/ b&w / text heavy

E-mail rachelzines@gmail.com for questions about downloading (or if you are computer savvy & know how to design a web readable version of this!)

Anti-copyright, re-blog to spread the word!

I’m really glad this is making the rounds, I’m re-blogging because zinelibrary isn’t publishing new content & I want this to exist as a public resource for anybody who can use it.

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superkiwibullet:

Despite all the bad things said about it, part of the reason I’m losing all this weight is to finally have a thigh gap. I think my hips are wide enough so it should happen without being unhealthy. 

Stop it.

superkiwibullet:

Despite all the bad things said about it, part of the reason I’m losing all this weight is to finally have a thigh gap. I think my hips are wide enough so it should happen without being unhealthy. 

Stop it.


pastelmorgue:

brodieroset:

THIS EXACTLY THIS.

I want to hand this out like a fucking flier

pastelmorgue:

brodieroset:

THIS EXACTLY THIS.

I want to hand this out like a fucking flier

(Source: rebeccacohenart, via aeriska)


actuallygrimes:

grimes-claireboucher:

a few screens from today
"kathleen hanna & grimes interview" 

i know its lame to retumble pictures of urself but this was utterly the coolest 


leanin:

What would have once sounded like a far-fetched feminist fantasy – women forming the majority of a parliament – is a reality in one country in the world, Rwanda.
In fact, women are making gains throughout all of Africa, but these achievements have been met with a loud silence from the western feminist movement. 
African women are blazing a feminist trail - why don’t we hear their voices? (The Guardian) 

leanin:

What would have once sounded like a far-fetched feminist fantasy – women forming the majority of a parliament – is a reality in one country in the world, Rwanda.

In fact, women are making gains throughout all of Africa, but these achievements have been met with a loud silence from the western feminist movement. 

African women are blazing a feminist trail - why don’t we hear their voices? (The Guardian) 

(via actuallygrimes)


my life

my life


I went to jail for 11 days for disturbing the peace; I was trying to disturb the war.
— Joan Baez (via janersm)

(via fuckyeahfeminists)

supersonicelectronic:

Hsin-Yao Tseng.

Twenty-seven year old Hsin-Yao Tseng presents San Francisco in emotive strokes that revel in the city’s murkiness that is not often shown in paintings with the same subject.  The darkness is given glimpses of beauty with flashes of street lights or brilliant sunsets and though I’ve only featured Tseng’s cityscapes within this post his entire body of work is mystifying as it is gorgeous:

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