Our first print issue contains a brief statement of our editorial orientation, dispatches from the Puerto Rican uprising and the Kentucky coal miners' blockade, essays about the communization of care and Kuwasi Balagoon, archival documents from groups like Third World Gay Revolution, and more. Purchase it at our store for $15 or subscribe and get it for $12
Our task is not to deliver a new agenda or provide a program, but to clarify and reflect the activity that trannies, dykes, faggots and militants are already taking up.
After five centuries of blows, this was the one Puerto Rico would fight back against the hardest.
An Interview with the Blackjewel Miners’ Blockade
How did people get by?
Indigenous life is already a kind of gay communism
Communes are answers to the essential question that will arise in a revolutionary process: “How can we take care of each other?”
Finding Balagoon was like finding a long-lost love
Tonight is a great night to refuse our deaths
A brief introduction to Pinko's interest in publishing archival testimony and writing
Sixteen Point Platform and Program of Third World Gay Revolution
An excerpt from the Amphitheater of the Dead