Paint me a revolution

Paint me a revolution.
Scarborough, ON : Helen ; 1998.
[80 p.] : ill. ; 23 cm.
This comp zine, edited by a 1.5 generation Chinese- and Vietnamese-Canadian, centers on definitions of and issues within feminism, and is comprised of articles, poems, comics, prose, quotations, definitions, news excerpts, statistics, photographs, and illustrations. Contributions address issues of sexuality/queer identity, stereotypes about feminism, women and athletics, violence against women, men's viewpoints on feminism, sexual assault, women and music/women in the punk scene, women's studies programs, sex education, lesbians, the men's liberation movement, anti-feminists, race and feminism, interracial relationships, and the exoticizing of Asian women. The zine includes definitions for various branches of feminism and a list of zines written by the contributors. Helen also reproduces a message board discussion between Lauren Jade Martin, Patti Kim, and others.
Cover title.
Includes written contributions from Patti Kim and Lauren Jade Martin and photographs by Sarah Evans.
Gift of Keight Bergmann, donated in 2012.
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