Girls Like Us #11 - Economy
|Publisher||Girls Like Us|
‘Girls Like Us’ turns the spotlight on an international, expanding community of women from all genders within the arts, culture, and activism. While compiling the “Economy” issue, its creators decided to ask questions about their own economic approach as a magazine. As a result, the issue is printed in black and white throughout, with the remainder of the budget distributed between its editors and contributors, who are more likely to be underpaid, under-resourced, and overlooked in their respective fields due to their sexuality, gender expression, ethnicity, class, and/or politics. Featuring a discussion on sex work moderated by Melanie Bonajo, artwork by Elif Erkan, and more.
|140 p, ills colur & bw, 28 x 20 cm, pb, English|