Kill The Robot

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Jason was interviewed at length in [[Easily Grossed Out]] by [[Gwenael Rattke]].
Jason was interviewed at length in [[Easily Grossed Out]] by [[Gwenael Rattke]].
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''Kill The  Robot'' is included in the Sophia Smith Collection at Smith College.
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*[http://asteria.fivecolleges.edu/findaids/sophiasmith/mnsss356_list.html Sophia Smith Collection at Smith College]
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[[category:Zine]] [[Category:Zines from the U.S.A.]] [[Category:Maryland Zines]] [[category:1990's publications]] [[Category:Punk]] [[Category:Queer]] [[Category:Straight Edge Zines]]

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Kill The Robot was a zine by Jason, published in Maryland, U.S.A.

Released in the 1990's, this was a straight edge perzine in which Jason wrote about personal issues such as being bisexual in the punk scene, his sister's suicide and, later on, his lapse from his previous straight edge position.

Jason, along with Sean Capone of Positron and Scott of Let Me Live, formed the collective "homoXpos" announcing a queer, straight edge presence in the hardcore scene.

Jason was interviewed at length in Easily Grossed Out by Gwenael Rattke.

Kill The Robot is included in the Sophia Smith Collection at Smith College.

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