Honeypot zine

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The zines have been described as "disturbingly honest" and "beautiful and beautifully written."
The zines have been described as "disturbingly honest" and "beautiful and beautifully written."
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The author has stated their goal for writing these zines as "to dig deep into the essence of things; to find some truth down there in the muck. They help me digest and catalyze my experiences, and hopefully they help the people who read them put their own experiences into perspective. At the very least, I'd hope that Honeypot makes people realize they aren't alone in the struggle, and also that there can be beauty and laughter in the pain and weirdness of life."
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The author has stated that her goal in writing these zines is "to dig deep into the essence of things; to find some truth down there in the muck. They help me digest and catalyze my experiences, and hopefully they help the people who read them put their own experiences into perspective. At the very least, I'd hope that Honeypot makes people realize they aren't alone in the struggle, and also that there can be beauty and laughter in the pain and weirdness of life."
==External Links==
==External Links==
* [http://www.honeybtemple.com www.honeybtemple.com]
* [http://www.honeybtemple.com www.honeybtemple.com]
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HoneyPot Zine is a perzine by Honey B Temple that started in 2002. She also publishes a zine called "Beauty is a Battlefield", about body image.

The zines have been described as "disturbingly honest" and "beautiful and beautifully written."

The author has stated that her goal in writing these zines is "to dig deep into the essence of things; to find some truth down there in the muck. They help me digest and catalyze my experiences, and hopefully they help the people who read them put their own experiences into perspective. At the very least, I'd hope that Honeypot makes people realize they aren't alone in the struggle, and also that there can be beauty and laughter in the pain and weirdness of life."

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