Not Sorry Distro

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Not Sorry Distro is run by Jenny of the zine Not Sorry, and who formerly ran Grrrlstyle Distro. The distro is based in Portland, OR. Not Sorry Distro focuses on zines about body image issues.
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'''Not Sorry''' is a [[zine]] distro based in Portland, Oregon that features zines and crafts about issues dealing with eating disorders, size-ism, fatphobia and fat-positivity. It was started in 2005 by Jenny, publisher of [[Not Sorry]] zine, and former owner of Grrrlstyle Distro.
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'''Website'''
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Jenny explained the reason why she began the distro on its Website:
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"The idea for this distro came to me in the Summer of 2005 when I was feeling frustrated with the lack of activism and zines on these subjects, when just years before it seemed like people were doing things all of the time! I thought it would be awesome to have an online resource for body-positive goods and writing, so that you wouldn't have to scour the Internet only to find one or two zines here and there, the way I have so many times."
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[http://www.notsorry.org Not Sorry Distro]
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==External Links==
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* [http://www.notsorry.org Not Sorry Distro]
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Not Sorry is a zine distro based in Portland, Oregon that features zines and crafts about issues dealing with eating disorders, size-ism, fatphobia and fat-positivity. It was started in 2005 by Jenny, publisher of Not Sorry zine, and former owner of Grrrlstyle Distro.

Jenny explained the reason why she began the distro on its Website: "The idea for this distro came to me in the Summer of 2005 when I was feeling frustrated with the lack of activism and zines on these subjects, when just years before it seemed like people were doing things all of the time! I thought it would be awesome to have an online resource for body-positive goods and writing, so that you wouldn't have to scour the Internet only to find one or two zines here and there, the way I have so many times."

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