This is a special issue on The Biosocial Politics of Queer/Crip Contagions.
Contents include: articles on metaphors of contagion and the autoimmune body, deaf queer sociality in the Philippines, cripping menstrual chronicity, poetry, and more.
This issue focuses on Feminist Autobiography.
Contents include: articles on a variety of feminist autobiographies and memoirs, women's spaces, graphic art, the geological materialism of Gayle Rubin and Judith Butler, creative writing, and more.
This issue is a new edition of Para las duras: Una fenomenología lesbiana / For the Hard Ones: A Lesbian Phenomenology, the bilingual poetry collection by tatiana de la tierra that "reimagines queer Latina sexuality," first published in 2002.…
Contents include: articles on Judith Butler's performativity theory to news organizations, Beyoncé's "commodity veg*ism," and more, Saudi women's campaign from flyers and faxes to Youtube and hashtags, and more.
Contents include: articles on Samira Wiley, music photographer Janette Beckman, synth-pop superstar Fever Ray and her mission to "save queer sex," purity pledges in the United States, zero waste fashion, and more.
Contents include: articles on the differing conceptions of "Voluntary Motherhood" in Japan, how female politicians respond to media labels, queer families in The Ocean Chronicles, and responding to Gamergate in Japan.