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'''Kink''' is a [[zine]] by [[Charlotte Cooper]].
 
'''Kink''' is a [[zine]] by [[Charlotte Cooper]].
  
Published in the UK in the 1990's, '''Kink''' is described on the front cover as a "queer grrrl sex zine".  
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Published in London, England,  in the 1990's, '''Kink''' is described on the front cover as a "queer grrrl sex zine".  
  
 
'''Kink''' includes articles on Lee Black Childers; World's Fair architecture; seeing Mark E. Smith at a concert; Why I Hate Lesbians; an interview with Homocult; pranks; [[comic]]s; and the "Femme Bitch Top Dressy Dolly", a paper doll to cut out, complete with wardrobe. Ten issues of the zine were released before Charlotte ended it and began producing a series of [[one shot]] zines.
 
'''Kink''' includes articles on Lee Black Childers; World's Fair architecture; seeing Mark E. Smith at a concert; Why I Hate Lesbians; an interview with Homocult; pranks; [[comic]]s; and the "Femme Bitch Top Dressy Dolly", a paper doll to cut out, complete with wardrobe. Ten issues of the zine were released before Charlotte ended it and began producing a series of [[one shot]] zines.
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*[http://www.charlottecooper.net/docs/zines/kinkmain.htm Kink]
 
*[http://www.charlottecooper.net/docs/zines/kinkmain.htm Kink]
  
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[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Zines from the UK]] [[Category:London Zines]][[Category:1990's publications]] [[Category:Queer]]

Latest revision as of 18:26, 7 April 2009

Kink is a zine by Charlotte Cooper.

Published in London, England, in the 1990's, Kink is described on the front cover as a "queer grrrl sex zine".

Kink includes articles on Lee Black Childers; World's Fair architecture; seeing Mark E. Smith at a concert; Why I Hate Lesbians; an interview with Homocult; pranks; comics; and the "Femme Bitch Top Dressy Dolly", a paper doll to cut out, complete with wardrobe. Ten issues of the zine were released before Charlotte ended it and began producing a series of one shot zines.

Kink advertised itself as "yours for free/a donation/a snog/some drugs".

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