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We need you! Help us keep printing Archer Magazine

We missed out on arts funding for this six-month period, and we need financial help to keep going. 

We need you! Help us keep printing Archer Magazine

We need you! Help us keep printing Archer Magazine

We missed out on arts funding for this six-month period, and we need financial help to keep going.

Gentrification and queer nightlife Gentrification and queer nightlife

Gentrification and queer nightlife

Gentrification and queer nightlife

My late teens and early twenties were a blur of late nights, early mornings and dancing with my best friends Angus and Cisco on then-busy Oxford St.

Gentrification and queer nightlife

Gentrification and queer nightlife

My late teens and early twenties were a blur of late nights, early mornings and dancing with my best friends Angus and Cisco on then-busy Oxford St.

Disability and queer identity in pop culture: On being ‘special’ Disability and queer identity in pop culture: On being ‘special’

Disability and queer identity in pop culture: On being ‘special’

Disability and queer identity in pop culture: On being ‘special’

Unfortunately, there are few intersectional disability narratives in the mainstream, and likely even fewer that feature disabled actors.

Disability and queer identity in pop culture: On being ‘special’

Disability and queer identity in pop culture: On being ‘special’

Unfortunately, there are few intersectional disability narratives in the mainstream, and likely even fewer that feature disabled actors.

Archer Magazine issue #13 – the FIRST NATIONS issue Archer Magazine issue #13 – the FIRST NATIONS issue

Archer Magazine issue #13 - the FIRST NATIONS issue

Archer Magazine issue #13 - the FIRST NATIONS issue

Now out – Archer Magazine: the FIRST NATIONS issue featuring words by Andrew Farrell, Indiah Money, Kai Clancy, Laniyuk, Rose Chalks, SJ Norman, Timmah Ball, Tré Turner, William Cooper.

Archer Magazine issue #13 - the FIRST NATIONS issue

Archer Magazine issue #13 - the FIRST NATIONS issue

Now out – Archer Magazine: the FIRST NATIONS issue featuring words by Andrew Farrell, Indiah Money, Kai Clancy, Laniyuk, Rose Chalks, SJ Norman, Timmah Ball, Tré Turner, William Cooper.

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Support inclusive media. Support Archer Magazine. We missed out on arts funding for this six-month period, and we need financial help to keep going.  Archer Magazine is a print and digital publication curating lesser-heard voices on topics around sex, gender and identity. Since launching back in 2013, we’ve printed 13 magazines, published more than 500 artists, and won …

I moved to Sydney when I was 18 after growing up in Canberra. I didn’t know exactly what Sydney and Oxford Street had to offer but I knew that it was somewhere I wanted to be. My late teens and early twenties were a blur of late nights, early mornings and dancing with my best …

My initial thought when Special came up in my Netflix recommendations was ‘Ugh, not more of this bullshit.’ I had reason to feel this way – after all, its algorithm keeps throwing Atypical and To the Bone in my direction, while free television shoves schmaltzy ads for The Good Doctor down my throat. Physically-abled and …

  I’ve always loved to read. So after making the long laboured over decision to medically transition, I began to seek out the stories of other people like me, those assigned female at birth who had decided to live in a more masculine form. I was hungry to know if they initially felt ambivalence like …

When Hannah Gatsby asked ‘Where do the quiet gays go?’,  I thought, ‘Finally, someone else feels my pain!’ I had never felt more heard. Between being bisexual, being more disabled by my environment than by the disabilities themselves, and in my existence as a person of colour, my queerness has never been seen as fluorescently bright, …

As a child, I used to sneak into my mother’s room and try on her things; nothing gave me more of a thrill than rifling through her drawers. My most coveted items were tucked away – a ­veritable treasure trove of hidden silken garments: camisoles, teddies, bras that I would stuff with tissues. I’d try them on …

The L Word: Gen Boring

This article contains spoilers for The L Word: Generation Q. It is recommended that you watch before reading. Okay, I have so much to say about the reboot. But, to be honest, I had to look up what everyone’s names were for this review. I was just so bored. Here goes: That. Opening. Scene. I don’t …

  I want to show her one poem which is the poem of my life. But I hesitate, and wake. —Adrienne Rich, from the second of Twenty-One Love Poems   Of all my loves, my love for women is my most complicated. You could describe this love using phrases from psychiatry text books—hypervigilance; belief that …

This is the fourth part of “It’s All About Aly”, a series about friendship between a trans man and a cis man living together in New York City. Read parts one, two and three. This article contains graphic sexual content and discussion of body dysphoria. Please use reader discretion.   Two weeks later, Aly, Emily and I …

I am a graduate teacher just about to enter the workforce. I have my values and pedagogy set, I want to prioritise a creative English classroom with a focus on student agency and encouraging a safe environment. Many experienced teachers may groan at how idealistic I sound, but I feel as though it’s good to …

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