HAPPY BLACK HISTORY MONTH
CYBERRRIOT ZINE: ISSUE XIII
Change is simultaneously one of the most difficult and the most wonderful parts of being alive. Whether it brings endings or new beginnings, change is inescapable.
Fembot itself has gone through so many changes since its inception, and every change has brought us one step closer to becoming the site we always wanted to be. Every change we’ve made has also brought us a lot closer to you, dear readers, and we can’t wait to share new art and journalism with you this 2018.
Speaking of art, this theme has brought us countless beautiful pieces that we’re ridiculously proud of. Each artist has done their utmost to capture the theme in their art, and each brushstroke and word is highly emotional.
From poetry about love and loss, to embroidery that reflects social issues, we hope you enjoy each piece as much as we do.
~ Stephanie, EIC
Digital formatting by Alissa Medina, Graphic Design by Stephanie Watson, PR by Olivia Jensen and Marilena Ness.
Are you looking for an opportunity to flex your creative skills? We encourage you to submit your creative writing for consideration to be digitally published in our seasonal arts zine, Cyberrriot. Cyberrriot is an arts zine presented by Fembot Magazine, featuring traditional and digital art from our talented contributors. Published seasonally, each issue of Cyberrriot […]
FROM THE COMMUNITY
Hollywood — home of the rich and famous, young and beautiful. At least, that’s the conclusion you could easily arrive at if you formed your opinion solely from watching movies. Have you ever noticed that while male actors grow older naturally, many female actors disappear after they hit 40 or so? We slowly stop hearing […]
ICYMI is Fembot’s weekly news roundup, providing you this week’s feminist and social justice news. Check out what you may have missed from last week: LATEST NEWS IN POLITICS, ENTERTAINMENT, & FEMINISM An interesting thought piece by Carvell Wallace on how Black Panther (out today for fellow Brits) is a defining moment for black America. […]
ICYMI is Fembot’s weekly news roundup, providing you this week’s feminist and social justice news. Check out what you may have missed from last week: LATEST NEWS IN POLITICS, ENTERTAINMENT, & FEMINISM It’s Black History Month in the U.S.A, so right now is the perfect time to study up on some womanist theory, african history, […]
ICYMI is Fembot’s weekly news roundup, providing you this week’s feminist and social justice news. Check out what you may have missed from last week: LATEST NEWS IN POLITICS AND FEMINISM Myanmar has held its first ever LGBTQIAP+ festival this week! Hilary Clinton, Cardi B, and DJ Khaled had some fun spoofing Donald Trump during the […]
[Originally published here, designed by RS Components] It’s no secret that women are underrepresented in various sectors from engineering to banking, but what about when it comes to space exploration? Since 1961, 550 people have been to space, but less than 11 percent have been women. The UK has sent the highest percentage of women […]
Fashion trends come and go, and people say that classics transcend time. However, what passes for classic varies from person to person. Some say what’s classic is modest — but the provocative basics, such as the little-black-dress, persist throughout the decades. The first half of the 2000’s saw the rise of the skinny jean, along […]
Co-written by Alissa Media and Stephanie Watson Holidays can be tough if you’re non binary, non-hetero, have a small income, or aren’t surrounded by family for the holidays. Over the years, the mainstream holiday film, The Standard Christmas Movie, about a white, heteronormative family discovering the ‘true meaning of Christmas’ always tops lists for […]