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THE TOOLS TO BE A BETTER ALLY.

Sassify Zine

February 2020

 

 

 

Est. 2016, Sassify Zine is a Not- For-Profit Queer culture print magazine luxuriating in queer art and sassiness.

 

Each thematic issue is printed annually, where we give a platform to local and international art from both established and up-and-coming LGBTQ+ artists, who are at the forefront of what we do, to advocate for meaningful change and education about the queer community.

For LGBTQ+, Womxn, Trans, GNC people and allies.

Enhancing solidarity: We want to change attitudes towards LGBTQ+ people both within and outside of that community. Changes in social diversity seem threatening at first, and we hope to give everyone the tools to become a better ally by relearning everything we think we know about the LGBTQ+ community.

 

We continue to see a lack of access to LGBTQ+ art and storytelling in mainstream media, especially in rural towns and communities. The creation of Sassify was the response to that, helping us work towards a safer queer future, together

 

 

 

 

 

PRE- ORDER!

AVAILABLE MARCH 2020

 

EACH PRE-ORDER COMES WITH A COPY OF ISSUE 4 (The Killin it issue)
+ an exclusive (surprise) A3 pull out poster!
 
56 PAGES, FULL COLOUR, PERFECT BOUND, A5

 

Cover art by Sofie Birkin Illustration

 

Filled to be the brim with 20 full colour illustrations.

 

We also have interviews with-

 

Sofie Birkin Illustration - Artist (She/Her)

Zach Grear - Artist (He/Him)

Fox Fisher - Trans Activist and Artist (They/Them)

Moranda Reaux - Disable Activist (She/Her)

Anick Soni -  Intersex Activist and                                               multidisciplinary creative

HIV myth busting with Terrence Higgins Project.

 

 

Personal Queer journey accounts from-

 

Plastique Tiara - Drag Artist (She/Her/He/Him)

Katy Jalili - Multidisciplinary artist, Performer and                    Writer (They/Them)

Asifa Lahore - Britain's First Out Muslim Drag                               Queen and trans advocate.                                     (She/Her)

 

Illustrations from:

 

@scribblesandink

@annasobaillu

@crashcantdraw

@slutmouthdesign

@cherryfizzwhizz

@bad.fats

@sarahbarnfart

@ezra_w_smith

@repinter

@betheastonart

@ranafarba

@baby.evil

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Not all heroes wear capes and the Queeroes issue is a celebration of those queer heroes who are doing remarkable things to shape LGBTQ+ lives for a better future. Let us all work together to celebrate the achievements of the LGBTQ+ community. And educate all on the struggles that have been faced in the past  and those that are still faced today.

The Queeroes issues hopes to gives you the tools to become a better ally in order to facilitate this celebration. 

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