Victoria Brooks

Founding editor of Archer Magazine. On Twitter as @Moodleton

Queer sci-fi sees a future outside of binary genders, sexualities and relationship structures that have hurt us for generations.

It appears the only way society has allowed femme rage is when it is displayed by white, conventionally attractive women, and portrayed through the aestheticised lens of film.

For this month’s Queer Fashion Files, we’re featuring Sable Jewellery by Scarlett Bronte.

“Everything that I make is a mirror, a reflection of my identity, because it comes from me.” Iniko chats to Archer Magazine about their music and upcoming tour.

I taught Bewitched in relation to many topics, but it was my own relationship to bisexuality that changed the way I read the show.

My sense of beauty remains hazy, haunted by the spectre of revolutionary China: a world I know intimately and yet not at all.

I have not known miscarriage or baby loss. But this image, of a mother waking up to exile from her child, her entire body flung, is deeply familiar and deeply consoling.

Join us for a night of innuendo, prizes, power ballads, queer icons, cheap drinks, bingo numbers, and community togetherness.

If you are an Aboriginal child whose parents have been criminalised, police officers see you as a criminal, too.

‘Trophy Boys’ is a camp extravaganza starring femme and non-binary folks in drag as the awful private school boys of your dreams/nightmares.

I write like all the sex I’ve had is happening now. This is the anatomy of a trans sex scene: ‘now’ is never just now.

For this month’s Queer Fashion Files, we’re featuring Sulaiman “Sully” Enayatzada’s photography.

Coming out as disabled

I’m repeatedly coming out as disabled so those around me know why I’m behaving a little differently, or why I’m not helping with the chairs.

If I don’t avoid everything French, it feels like I’m endorsing the country that causes my communities so much misery.

‘Foreground’ is a celebration of older trans and gender diverse people, who severely lack representation in the media.

“‘Potty Mouth, Potty Mouth’ unpacks what it is to be a ratbag by nature, to be a little grot, to live in a failing way.” Alex Creece chats with Rae White.

For this month’s Queer Fashion Files, we’re featuring Lexi Laphor’s fashion photography.

In rural places, safe spaces for queer people look different to those located in metropolitan areas.

It’s like we are refugees in our own country, on our own land. Hunted by coppers and racists alike, we remember how our ancestors must have felt as we live through it.

Archer Magazine #20: the RESISTANCE issue out 2024. Queer experience cannot be watered down into a single concept, but one thread that connects us all is resistance.

‘Overflow’ is a hilarious and devastating tour of women’s bathrooms, who is allowed in and who is kept out.

“The status of trash, the way it inhabits the alley, the gutter or the margins of society, is a site of interest for me.” Paul Yore chats with Alex Creece.

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