Genderqueer zinester Ponyboy Violet writes about their personal experience with anorexia and the western medical approach for a cure. In issue 1, they focus on anorexia as a part of their identity and write about the unhelpful psych wards they resided in. They are vegan in solidarity with beings who are trapped, which is a feeling that anorexia nervosa and western culture has given them. In issue 2, Ponyboy goes to Thailand to teach English as a way to begin recovering in a place where there are no scales and new foods they haven't memorized the nutrition facts of. They started working against an oppressive government with radical Burmese activists. The zines include collages, art, handwriting and letters.
Purchased from the author at the Feminist Zine Fest at Barnard College in 2014.