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United Kingdom Feminism With digital objects
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Big Grrrl's Blouse: Issue 4

Issue #4. c1997. United Kingdom. Feminist and riot grrrl material. A5 booklet, black and white, mixture of hand-drawn and text.

Bombshell

c.1997. Merseyside. Feminist/gay zine, biographical. a5, black and white.

Anna

Give me a break!: Issue 2

  1. Netherlands. A4 format, colour, black and white. Subject matter: Anarcha-feminist girls zine, collaboration between many people.

Muffled: Single Issue

c2000. No Date. Leicestershire. A5 booklet, black and white. Front cover: 5 white bunnies on a black background. Subject matter: Feminism, riot grrrl, body image, personal, memories, censorship, inequalities, music.

Michelle

Pink Lemonade: Issue 3

c2000, no date. United Kingdom. Mix of handwriting, print, photo collage, doodles. Front cover: black and white image of a woman from the shoulders down, holding a tube-shaped object. Subject matter: Riot grrrl, Art, Francesca woodman, Music interview, Poetry, Reviews.

Victoria

The Nerve: Issue 1

c2001. Central England. A5 booklet, black and white. Poor quality photocopy, unclear imagery. Subject matter: riot grrrl.

The Suffragette: Issue 2

Spring 1997. United Kingdom. A5 booklet, black and white. Subject matter: riot grrrl, music, punk rock, feminism, alternative lifestyles.

King Mob Productions

Vaginal Teeth: Issue 1

  1. Leeds. A5 booklet, black and white, images, text, print, drawing, handwriting. Subject matter: Agony uncle, Women’s magazines, Riot grrrl, Feminism, Music, Mental health, Zine culture, female friendships.

Who's that Bitch?: Single Issue

c2005, no date. Wigan, Lancs. A5 booklet, black and white photocopy. text, image, doodles, annotations. Front cover: white background with black and white photocopied image of young girl. Subject matter: feminist, quote: “As I believe that the mainstream media is unfairly dominated by a male presence, I also believe that zines like mine are necessary to recognise the lives, gripes an achievements of women, and to provide inspiration for others.”