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'''How I Learned To Love Myself and Occasionally Other Men''' is a (somewhat) famous queerpunk [[zine]] written in 2003 that shows how [[punk]] rock it is to be a homo. The cover - used without permission (but with gratitude) was drawn by [[Damien Snakebones]] sometime in 2003.  This zine has been picked up by lots of [[List_of_Distros|distro]]s is the US/Canada/Europe.  Which is proof that [[zinester]]s love homos.   
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'''How I Learned To Love Myself and Occasionally Other Men''' is a (somewhat) famous queerpunk [[zine]] written in 2003 by [[Pups|Dave Taco]] that shows how [[punk]] rock it is to be a homo. The cover - used without permission (but with gratitude) was drawn by [[Damien Snakebones]] sometime in 2003.  This zine has been picked up by lots of [[List_of_Distros|distro]]s is the US/Canada/Europe.  Which is proof that [[zinester]]s love homos.   
  
 
==See also==  
 
==See also==  

Revision as of 09:46, 30 September 2009

How I Learned To Love Myself and Occasionally Other Men is a (somewhat) famous queerpunk zine written in 2003 by Dave Taco that shows how punk rock it is to be a homo. The cover - used without permission (but with gratitude) was drawn by Damien Snakebones sometime in 2003. This zine has been picked up by lots of distros is the US/Canada/Europe. Which is proof that zinesters love homos.

See also

Queer Zine Archive Project