Feminist gift basket

Its a colour PDF zine with art and illustrations.
The most common feminist gift material is ceramic.Get angry when you read this!Its split into four sections and each of them meticulously breaks your heart and sews it back together over and over.Close, beginning of a dialog window, including tabbed navigation to register an account or sign in to an existing account.By Anna Hill, as winter fast approaches and various celebrations come about you might be thinking about what you want to ask for, and what you want to get others!
Labyrinth Lost by Zoraida Cordova, this is a Young Adult Novel about a young Bruja nobel prize winners in environmental science Latinx witch!
Monster and Taneka Stotts.
This is a firecracker of a collection of poetry.
This is a lovely submission based zine for black, indigenous people of colour who are queer, trans, 2-spirit, ill and neurodivergent.
Which means you get a shiny new book, and someone else gets funds that will help their wellbeing.
You can read this anywhere and everywhere ingesting all the great vibes from it whenever you need to!Either way, you probably will have come into contact with this book!Its a story set in the 1950s and is full of intricate and deep silences and omissions, portraying the lives of lesbian and queer women at that time.Plus its written by an asexual author who is outspoken about books and social justice on tumblr.Maranda Elizabeth is currently my favourite author and I attempt to include their work in every conversation!Perfect for the person who is SO busy kicking the kyriarchy to the ground that they only have short amounts of time to read poetry.This post was brought to you by Powered By Girl.Perfect for those wintery-Christmas-cold feels, Carol tells the story of Therese Belivet, a shy but artistic set designer and Carol, an older glamorous women on the brink of divorce.So I made a handy list of suggestions for you to peruse and/or send to a parent/friend/add to that amazon wishlist!Get challenged by your own prejudices!You guessed it: black.Its an illustrated novel chronicling the life of one specific boy as he discovers himself and learns to define who he is himself, alongside a really lovely re-imagining/retelling of Hindu mythology.