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'''Queer [[zine]]''' (Newtown, N.S.W.: Queer[[Zine]], 1995-) also titled Queer magazine or Queerzine. Two issues published, No. 1 (1995)-no. 2 (1996).
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'''Queer [[zine]]''' (Newtown, N.S.W.: Queer[[Zine]], 1995-?) also titled ''Queer magazine'' or ''Queerzine''.  
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[[Category:Zine]] [[Category: Zines from Austalia]] [[Category:Queer]] [[Category:1990's publications]]
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The introduction of issue two began with the question, "Is it true by defining ourselves as Queer that we hate the mainstream, or is it the mainstream, having spent so much effort to become what it is today, that hates difference?" and follows this with another question, "Can we take the piss out of ourselves as well as take it out on the Hetero mainstream?". Articles about Queer culture, medical matters, safe drug use and spirituality were accompanied by interviews with Matt and Andrea of The Mavis's and Scottie from Sydney's Nicoteen. 
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Two issues of the zine were published, issue one in 1995, and issue two in 1996.
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[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Zines from Australia]] [[Category:New South Wales Zines]] [[Category:Queer]] [[Category:1990's publications]]

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Queer zine (Newtown, N.S.W.: QueerZine, 1995-?) also titled Queer magazine or Queerzine.

The introduction of issue two began with the question, "Is it true by defining ourselves as Queer that we hate the mainstream, or is it the mainstream, having spent so much effort to become what it is today, that hates difference?" and follows this with another question, "Can we take the piss out of ourselves as well as take it out on the Hetero mainstream?". Articles about Queer culture, medical matters, safe drug use and spirituality were accompanied by interviews with Matt and Andrea of The Mavis's and Scottie from Sydney's Nicoteen.

Two issues of the zine were published, issue one in 1995, and issue two in 1996.

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