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For this issue, we sought pieces that reflect upon, interrogate, and examine the intersection between mental health and queerness. At the end of the issue we’ve provided a list mental health resources, many of which are specifically designed for or accessible to queer people.
Flirt. Flirt? Flirt! What does it mean to look across a room at someone and catch their eye? How does it feel when you flirt? What does it look like? In partnership with the Bi+ Arts Festival, the second edition of "Flirt" showcases bi, pan, fluid, queer, or otherwise non-monosexual artists and writers.
Being queer and BIPOC means existing at a unique intersection of identities, and exclusions. BIPOC artists drove the creation of this issue — from crafting the initial call for submissions, to designing the final issue.
We sought the perspectives, writing, and art of queer and trans individuals with sex work experience. Queer and trans people with lived experience drove the creation of this issue from crafting the initial call for submissions, to designing the final issue. Sex Werk features 18+ content.
There is a generational gap in the queer community. To help bridge this gap and build intergenerational solidarity, we sought the perspectives of young people and elders alike. As a result, 50% of the creators featured in this issue are over the age of 50, and 50% are under.
Flirt. Flirt? Flirt! What does it mean to look across a room at someone and catch their eye? How does it feel when you flirt? What does it look like? In partnership with the Bi+ Arts Festival, this issue showcases bi, pan, fluid, queer, or otherwise non-monosexual artists and writers.
Hope is cause for celebration. And in the current climate, allowing oneself to be hopeful is daringly vulnerable. This month, we encouraged creators to capture what feelings of hopefulness mean to them. Suffice it to say, in this issue, hope springs eternal.
This issue is a program, more specifically, a funeral program. The readings within serve as a laying to rest, a moment to cultivate peace, and an invitation to put the proverbial nail in the coffin of 2020. For this issue, coherence is secondary to expression.
This issue is dedicated to the art of speculation. Creatives were invited to let loose in imagining the realm of possibility that we may individually cultivate for ourselves. This issue values a simple truth about imagining a future world, in that everyone is equally qualified to do so. There are no rules.
This issue is a snapshot of the contemporaneous sentiment of queer people during quarantine. It is a celebration of resilience, beauty, and connection during the time of our collective separation. This issue is a love letter to the community that created it.