Issue 21: Fall 2012

Take Care

Features

  • Mad Movement Mad people’s organizing promotes alternatives to the medical system   By A. TRIEST WITH THE VOICE OF E. CARVALHO
  • Our Bodies, Our Rights Reproductive justice is about more than choice By LAYLA CAMERON
  • Rethinking Disability in Media Deconstructing damaging images by making your own By KAYLA CARTER
  • In web :: Features Sexual healthcare for youth needs a revamp: Sexual healtchare for youth needs a revamp By Jeanie Tran
  • In web :: D.I.Y. Self-Care DIY: A How-To Just for You By Kim Crosby
  • Quick Reads

  • Contributors Contributors
  • Letters Letters
  • Newsflash Newsflash: Re-writing history, dissent at Art Dubai, rad nuns
  • Activist Report Activist Report: Native Youth Sexual Health Network
  • Five Shameless things to do Five Shameless things to do
  • On the Job On the Job: Meet the Fat Nutritionist
  • She’s Shameless She’s Shameless: Introducing a cool Shameless reader
  • Columns and Departments

  • Advice Advice: What are my rights in the mental health system?
  • Body Politics Body Politics: Make your own medical decisions
  • For the Record For the Record: How to raise a daughter
  • Media Savvy Media Savvy: Fight fat-shaming campaigns
  • Green Scene Green Scene: Environmental toxins lurk in your makeup
  • Sporting Goods Sporting Goods: Try out a sports tryout
  • Arts and Culture

  • DIY DIY: Good self-care
  • Best of the Blog Best of the Blog: What we’re saying online
  • Arts Profile Arts Profile: A.K. Prince’s video poem
  • Stir it Up Stir it Up: Food mindfulness
  • Recipe Recipe: Chocolate pear crumble
  • Get-Up Get Up: The right to wear a hijab in sports
  • Geek Chic Geek Chic: Texting for sexual health
  • Reviews Reviews: Books, music, zines, websites
  • Counterculture Classic Counterculture Classic: The Sunday Night Sex Show
  • Comic Comic: By Coco Riot

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