Chaos Order

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Chaos Order was a zine from London on the early 1990's.  The author Sarit was also involved with 'club VASALINE' and the UK queer scene.  Sarit drew comic strips, reviewed events and profiled groups such as The Lesbian Avengers.
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'''Chaos Order''' was a queercore [[zine]] by [[Sarit]], released in London, England, in the early 1990's.   
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The zine features an article on Queercore and an attack on consumerist gays and lesbians. Also featured is an article on Claremont Road, site of an action against government attempts to tear down housing and put in a road link; Sarit also drew comic strips, reviewed events and profiled groups such as The Lesbian Avengers.
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The author, Sarit, was also involved with the UK Queercore  club, 'Club VASALINE'.
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This zine can be found at the 56a Infoshop Zine Library Collection in London, UK.
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Chaos Order was a queercore zine by Sarit, released in London, England, in the early 1990's.

The zine features an article on Queercore and an attack on consumerist gays and lesbians. Also featured is an article on Claremont Road, site of an action against government attempts to tear down housing and put in a road link; Sarit also drew comic strips, reviewed events and profiled groups such as The Lesbian Avengers.

The author, Sarit, was also involved with the UK Queercore club, 'Club VASALINE'.

This zine can be found at the 56a Infoshop Zine Library Collection in London, UK.

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