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Dangerous Compassions

heal the body

I made a new triptych.  It’s called heal the body. It was fun to make this art, to see the process through.  I painted the cardstock yellow with a lil orange in the morning.  It’s on a box from a package of frozen rice that Ming likes. I’d been thinking about rest, nurturing, and the… Read More »

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fat fantasy

I was lying in bed with Ming–he was sleeping.  Suddenly, it hit me–a fat fantasy.  Wow!  I was so excited I almost woke Ming up. clinic for fat people What if there was a clinic for fat people.  The clinic would specialize in the health of fat people, and be extra good at issues that… Read More »

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cancel culture and unconditional love

I shared with a friend the blog post sacred song, about ishtadevas and re-finding a lovely tune I’d lost, but mostly about being accepted no matter what.  When I shared the post, I realized that although I don’t use the words, it’s about cancel culture and unconditional love. I made a zine some months ago,… Read More »

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happy community

“What do you mean, it was dysfunctional!  As long as you did exactly what she said, exactly how she said to do it, everything was fine!”  We laughed, talking about happy community, reminiscing.  Yes, those were the days. daydreaming I was daydreaming about other futures.  We were thinking about where it would be best to… Read More »

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fat liberation 101

This post fat liberation 101 started out as an email to a friend, offering feedback on something he’d written about healthy eating.  I thought it might be good to share here, in case anyone wants to know these basics.  I don’t talk much about the injustices fat people face, but those are everywhere.  Instead I… Read More »

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Zine Reviews

no romance in hell

No Romance in Hell by Hyena Hell is a comic book zine given to me by a comrade-friend.  I usually don’t like comic books that much, but this one knocked my socks off.  So I review it, in hopes you will enjoy the review and consider finding it, to read it too. The subject matter… Read More »

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The Secrets of Galaxy High School

This zine by Paul Franklin offers an overview of the cartoon series Galaxy High School from 1986.  I love this zine series project of looking closely at cartoons, and Paul does a great job talking about the content, style, politics, and feel. I like how Paul focuses on the characters and storytelling of Galaxy High… Read More »