Here it is! You CLAMORED for it and you got it, courtesy of Sassy fan Remyrogue - the Twin Peaks fashion spread from the October 1990 issue of Sassy Magazine.
PLEASE do not remove the Flickr attribution or re-upload this photo set. Remy LeBeau worked very hard to track down this magazine and share these images with us! I know there is very little I can do to stop you from doing these things but heed my words - stealing is not the Sassy Magazine way.
From the March 1992 issue of Sassy Magazine -
And if anyone makes this, I want to see pictures! Please share!
Personal rendition of Roy Lichtenstein’s Drowning Girl - Halloween 2013
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS!
vag appetit is a print feminist food zine.we want your everything!recipes, illustrations, essays, stories, poems, whatever you can whip up that is related to, well, feminist foods!we will (of course) also have a tumblr, so we’d be into some video submissions as well! (keep it like under 3 minutes, yeah?)send us your submissions at firstname.lastname@example.org by october 15.
Two of my Rookie loves are starting a new magazine and I’m excited.
Feminist food zine? Yes, please. Time to start using my brain and belly simultaneously.
runway blog xo
1958 hat fashion.
Bjork in ThreeAsFour, just discovered this label and wow I’m in love.
There is no lack here.
“Female bodies are still taboo, flawed, disgusting, shameful,” Wallace said. “I wanted to attack the fetishization of reproductive sex.” The problem of pleasure stems from these twin problems of offensive femininity (ranging from bare arms to nipples to the clit itself) and of sex as a penis-centric act, where women’s bodies are nothing but receptacles for men or for children. The former results in a concerted ignorance, the latter in active misinformation. Wallace’s cure is education: linguistic precision, realistic expectations, and the confidence to ask for what everyone deserves out of sex—pleasure.
I wrote about Sophia Wallace’s installation Cliteracy over at Bitch.