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MX J NYLA: NONBINARY 0 +1, TRANS HEALTH SCIENCE

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zines by mx j nyla, my sweet friend who is also an amazing educator, healer, scholar, and community member. They are raising funds for a “DIY PHD,” their autonomous effort to continue their higher education outside of formal institutions. They decided to disengage with traditional academia after experiencing how violent and outdated it is, and now they are turning to community for support in their journey to create easy-to-access educational resources. Send them funds using the payment info listed below⬇️:
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venmo: Juvonne-McNiell
cashapp: $zoranealy
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BROWN RECLUSE OFFERS THESE ZINES:
1. NONBINARY issue 0 :
NONBINARY is a submissions-based zine for and by gender nonbinary people who "wish to be recognized, represented, accounted for, and safe in this society." includes a list of terms and resources, as well as content on the "problem of passing," talking about gender, a reflection of butler's idea of the sexed body, and more!

2. NONBINARY issue 1: EMBODIMENT
"NONBINARY is a zine which aims to recognize, represent, and account for various nonbinary experiences...EMBODIMENT is the telling of one's story through the body. What does it mean, feel like, or look like to be gender nonbinary in Western society?"

3. TRANS HEALTH SCIENCE + YOU
Trans Health Science & You: How Research Affects Our Lives - a zine produced by Wisconsin Transgender Health Coalition & NONBINARY Zine

This zine is intended for a trans and nonbinary audience. In respect to a grant project being performed by the Wisconsin Transgender Health Coalition and University Wisconin-Madision for trans youth, it specifically targets youth ages 12-22 in rural/urban areas of Wisconsin. The zine is still super useful for all folks unfamiliar with the field, though we would have written very differently had it been for an older audience/based in California because our access to information, QTPOC resources, and conversations on the field in general are vastly more abundant than what currently exists in the state of Wisconsin.

100% PROCEEDS TO MX J NYLA: add $10 donation directly to their DIY PHD !!