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ZINES IN OUR COLLECTION
Behind the closet doors : confronting emotional abuse in intimate partnerships by
Call Number: Zines HLM .B44
This zine provides definitions of emotional abuse, specifically in romantic relationships, and how to identify and understand the effects of emotional abuse, as well as the factors that enable the widespread prevalence of different types of abuse. The zine also outlines "queer-specific contexts for emotional abuse" and ways of self-identifying abusive behavior.
Radical responses to relationship violence : for community accountability
Call Number: Zines SUR .R33 2011
Publication Date: 2011
Compilation zine written by 5 people with varying genders discuss the topic of relationship violence. This zine focuses on how the community can help support those of relationship violence. Topics include what healthy relationships look like, how to deal with jerks, self-care for the support person, and resources.
Call Number: Zines SUR .S87 2005
Publication Date: 2005
This compilation zine edited by Cindy Crabb of Doris is a dense, partially cut and paste and illustrated resource for survivors of sexual assault and supporters of survivors. Contributors include Cristy Road, Fly, Chris Somerville, and Jake Halloway. There is a list of resources and reprints from rape crisis booklets to contextualize experiences for supporters and survivors.
What do we do when?, issue #2 : a zine about community response to sexual assault
Call Number: Zines SUR .W53 no.2
This zine discusses community responses to sexual assault, including how to prevent assault and support survivors. Includes exercises/writing response questions about what safety means, essays about confronting rape without state/criminal justice system involvement, and discussions on socialisation and masculinity.
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Subjects: Africana Studies
, Behavior Analysis
, Gender/Cultural Studies
, Health Care Administration
, Health Informatics
, Library & Information Science
, Women's & Gender Studies