Trans Sex Zine is a collaborative, ongoing sex ed project by and for trans and gnc folks that tells stories of sex, bodies, & desire. We think trans ppl of every age, identity, attraction, and relationship status are experts of our own experience and have valuable things to share with each other.
Looking for folks on the trans spectrum to submit to Volume Three of Trans Sex Zine. Trans Sex Zine is a collaborative, ongoing sex ed project by and for trans and gnc folks that tells stories of sex, bodies, & desire. Please write from your own voice, no erotica please. Art is welcome!
Prompts could include:
- What you like about a particular sex act, when you first tried it, the pros and cons, risk factors/how to be safe) and also a clear step by step guide of how it works.
- Sex, sexuality, pleasure, dating, and self discovery during and since the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Substance use
Not a writer? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org about other ways we can share your story!
Maximum two-three pages of image and text.
Deadline is December 1, 2022.
Digital downloads of Trans Sex Zine Volume One and Volume Two are available at a sliding scale
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Hi I think this is great and so much of what I’ve been looking for. What I am also looking for, however, is resources that discuss gender identity and trans and gnc identity for heterosexual people and people unaware of our communities and existence. I’d like to bring something like this to my school to distribute. Not necessarily something that discusses sex because I don’t want to hyper sexualized by them just understood and respected.
Hi! Thanks for the feedback and for your question–you’re right, all our resources are very specifically by and for trans and gnc folks. I don’t personally have a favorite resource for your question, but I was doing some looking at this seems like a really extensive compilation of resources meant to educator cis/het ppl. https://medium.com/athena-talks/because-not-everybody-can-just-google-it-a-resource-round-up-for-self-education-regarding-43eb57979171 and also this https://www.uua.org/lgbtq/identity/transgender. Hope this is helpful!