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Cyberrriot issue 11: DISCOVERY

Dear Fembotters,

I always wait for Summer like a school kid, I have it engrained in my mind that the mood of the year will completely change and that new experiences will just fall at my feet. But despite the sunshine picking up my mood considerably, I’ve realized that I can’t wait for Summer each year to give me new opportunities, especially when Summer gives me a muggy overcast day like today that just feels like any other day.

So as the old cliché says, you have to make opportunities for yourself, and this is part of what inspired this zine’s inception in the first place. As well as the current changes Fembot in general has been going through this season.

With each passing issue I feel like we find more and more talented artists, discover new talent, and new art forms. This issue in particular I’m stunned at how realistic some of the paintings are, how soft some of the drawings are, and how emotional the poetry is.

From dreams that inspire personal realizations, to goddesses that grow kingdoms and dynasties, there’s a lot meaningful art for you to discover this issue.

So let’s not waste any more time, here is our Summer issue: DISCOVERY!

Cyberrriot on!
~ Stephanie
EIC of Fembot Magazine and Cyberrrriot.

P.S. Content warnings for under age sex, blood, nudity, and sexual assault.

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Written by Stephanie Watson

Stephanie Watson, co-founder of Fembot, joined Fembot in 2010, and since then has gotten an honors degree in Psychology, and an HNC in Professional Writing. She also contributes to HelloGiggles, and hopes to make her way further in the journalistic world. As well as her love for opinionated journalism and social media, she also writes romantic prose and cryptic poetry, dabbling in minamalist painting too. Stephanie’s goals are of a personal creative kind, however through her articles and poetry she hopes to provoke change and discussion of social justice issues.

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