When you’re a trans person who is criminalised, you are minority in a minority. Unfortunately, we end up in prison a lot of the time because of the way we are treated by society.
I can see a future reflected in the community around me; it makes the rainbow family dream I birthed this babe into feel possible again.
For this month’s queer fashion files, we’re featuring Jacinta Oaten’s queer event and wedding photography.
Archer celebrates its 10th birthday with the PLEASURE issue. In true Archer fashion, it’s not what you’d expect…
In 1990s Tasmania, identifying as a queer teen felt analogous to asking for a vegetarian option at a restaurant and being told that I could order fish.
In the spirit of Halloween, I thought I better watch and review something scary. So naturally, I thought of Buffy The Vampire Slayer.
Retelling is a means of refracting the white beam of light we’ve been given by the fairy tale canon, and revealing the rainbow within.
Welcome to Archer Magazine #18: the INCARCERATION issue, out now.
Coming out here was tough, but that only tells half the struggles I’d faced as a queer woman in the American West.
Half the fun of being queer is disparaging the rigid traditions that manacle society to its cishet melancholy. And yet, as a throuple, we may still like to get married someday.
Aegosexuality is akin to being aroused by the idea of sex without wanting to engage in sexual acts oneself – like a spectator who enjoys sports, but has no desire to participate in the game itself.
We are excited to announce Archer Magazine issue #17: the HOME issue!
I follow a very systematic process for creating my work. The story of Camo all begins with the fabric.
I thought I was going to repair the picket fence, but it turns out I was repairing myself.
We are excited to announce the next print issue of Archer Magazine – the DISABILITIES issue.
Image: Isis Holt by Jade Florence Welcome to Archer Magazine issue #16. Come help us celebrate the DISABILITIES issue in MELBOURNE or ONLINE. Issue #16 will be Archer Magazine’s first-ever disability issue! Edited by Roz Bellamy and Jasper Peach, this print magazine edition will curate stories, images and art about sex, gender and identity …
I guessed I was busted for the sex stuff, and I knew I was in very deep shit.
Welcome to Archer Magazine: the FRIENDSHIP issue. BUY ARCHER MAGAZINE #15 HERE! “Friendships are beautiful, complicated, sustaining, lifelong, fleeting. They can be sexual. They can be found in unlikely places, be forged with unlikely people, flourish in unlikely circumstances. They can be entirely predictable. They can be a replacement for a partner, or a family. …
Growing up in an Islamic household, I had no clue what sexuality entailed. Love wasn’t really about love – it was about making your parents happy. My grandmother’s desire was for my mother to have an arranged marriage, and so my mother dutifully complied. All I knew about love was that it occurred within a …