In Part Three of Lea Cooper’s six-part series about the study of zines in the medical humanities, we move from the living room to the bathroom, containing zines around (Self-)Care. Most good zine titles
In the age of PrEP and U=U, why does queer young adult fiction remain nostalgic for early AIDS narratives? asks Gabriel Duckels, Harding Distinguished Postgraduate Scholar at the Centre for Research in Children’s Literature at the University of Cambridge.
Elizabeth Coleman argues that it is time to queer the gynaecological cancer narrative. There are no narratives on queer women and gynaecological cancer. This is what I discovered as I trawled the internet looking
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