In/visibility: Perspectives on Queer Utility, Passing, and Drawing Blurry Lines
This thick, 96-page, legal size, submission based zine dissects the double-sided coin that is invisibility/visibility, erasure/violence, alienation/belonging in the context of a queer identity. With contributions from people who are coming into a queer identity, people who have been marked as queer their whole lives, people who are walking away from queer as it shape shifts, people who aren’t sure they can claim queer, people who have queer thrust on them whether they claim it or not, people who yearn to be seen by queers, and queers who yearn to disappear, this zine seeks to give shape to the discussions we all hold in hushed tones and catalyze constructive and thoughtful dialogue around what queer means, what queer does for us, and how we do queer together in alliance against cisheteropatriarchy. ♥
Costs ~$2.80 to print. Anything extra gets donated to the Ruth Ellis Center in Detroit, which serves queer youth.