GIRLS LIKE US MAGAZINE
GIRLS LIKE US MAGAZINE
GIRLS LIKE US MAGAZINE
GIRLS LIKE US

GIRLS LIKE US MAGAZINE

Issue 7 and 8 AVAILABLE 

 

ISSUE 7: BODY 

120 pages exploring the body and bodies, inside out and outside in. Bodies that dance and move. Bodies making waves. Body double. Bodies at work and working with the body. Using the body as an instrument. The body as medium and massage of touch and being touched. The single, singular body as the very basis for a ‘we’.

Interviews with image ingenue K8 Hardy, filmmaker Babette Mangolte, writer Jina Khayyer and documentarist Mariah Garnett. Essays by Derica Shields and Crystal Campell. Plus 7 Q&A's with healers, herbalist and modern witches. Beautiful bodily artists series and last but not least – horoscopic aphrodisiacs.

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ISSUE 8: FAMILY

Dear Lovers, Sisters, Brothers, Mothers, Adopted Aunts, Long Lost Fathers, Half-cousins, Wives, Black Sheep and Partners In Crime

As you know, we have a soft spot for collectives, collaborations, friendships and support structures. People doing things with other people: loving, working, organizing, living. These strategies for surviving together form an underlying thread throughout all our issues. This time we wanted to look more closely at one way of naming these friendly constellations: FAMILY.

A very pregnant issue featuring interviews with philosopher Simone van Saarloos, designer Phoebe Dahl, Lesbian Herstory Archive's Shawn(ta) Smith-Cruz, Amsterdam queer collective Strange Fruit and Mahoyo, a portrait of artists/sheepfarmers Orla Barry & Els Dietvorst, essays by Katarina Bonnevier, Alberto García del Castillo & Lars Laumann, Dean Spade & Craig Willse, a poem by Hanne Lippard, a book excerpt by Maja Lee Langvad, an instagram account by Veteranas & Rucas, visual contributions by Cathy Cade, All the Cunning Stunts, Shana Moulton & Lucy Stein, Eden Batki, Cinthia Tiberi Ljungqvist, In 21st Century Zesterhood, Q&A with night collectives Attagirl!, Cairo Bats, Chulita Vinyl Club & GJRL, plus usual suspects HERESIES.