Queer Relationships Zine

 

This is a zine offering a set of questions that it can be useful to ask about our relationships whether or not we see ourselves, or our relationships, as queer.

The zine takes as a starting point the idea of queer, and the different possible meanings of that word. Then it applies those different meanings to relationships to ask the question ‘what does a queer relationship look like?’ Particular it explores the cultural acceptability of different kinds of relationships, different relationship labels, the idea of relationships being on multiple dimensions, and what it’s like to shift from the question of what relationships we have, to how we do them.

It works best printed out in ‘booklet’ form, but also fine to view on here or a pdf reader.

Social Mindfulness Zine

 

This is a zine I created about the social sides of mental distress and how we might notice them and address them with kindness.

You can download the pdf and print it out as a booklet – or just read it on a device.

Staying With Feelings Zine

 

This zine is all about why it’s important to cultivate the capacity to stay with our feelings, and how we can go about doing that. Hopefully working through the zine will help you to figure out your own emotional landscape (which feelings you tend to prefer, and which you tend to avoid). It’ll also give you several possible practices for learning to stay with your feelings. Different things work for different people so it’s all about figuring out what works best for you.

It works best printed out in ‘booklet’ form, but also fine to view on here or a pdf reader.

 

Hell Yeah Self Care

 

This zine is all about why self-care is important in difficult times, what kinds of self-care there are, and how you might build them into your life. Different things work for different people so it’s all about figuring out what works best for you.

It works best printed out in ‘booklet’ form, but also fine to view on here or a pdf reader.

 

Gender Zine

 

This zine is workbook to accompany the book How to Understand Your Gender. It takes you through several activities to help you reflect on gender in general, and your own gender in particular.

It works best printed out in ‘booklet’ form, but also fine to view on here or a pdf reader.