About the Cover: The Blood & Guts Issue

Heart and home, pain and pleasure, animal and identity. I was pretty set on using this particular image from the start. Read more »

"I Had a Miscarriage." A New Line of Cards Aims to Ease Hard Conversations

For when Hallmark just won't cut it, a doctor created illustrated cards expressing empathy for miscarriage.  Read more »

A Museum Exhibition Examines Riot Grrrl’s Impact on Art

Alien She shows that there's much more to riot grrrl than music. Read more »

Behold! A Portrait of Donald Trump Made From Menstrual Blood

Artist Sarah Levy painted Trump's face with blood from right out of her you-know-what.  Read more »

Five Rad New Media Artists to Watch

These young artists use the internet as their medium to explore girliness, technology, and culture.  Read more »

Three Things I Love About Our New Website Design

Bitch Art Director Kristin Rogers Brown shares an inside look at the new website design. Read more »

Coming Soon to Bay Area Public Transit: Beautiful Queer Portraits

This fall, if people riding San Francisco’s Muni buses actually look up from their phones and glance around, they’ll see something beautiful: pen-and-ink portraits of queer San Francisco residents.  Read more »

Slip On These "Whiteness Goggles" and the Violence of Cultural Appropriation Disappears

A new series of prints by artist Roger Peet aims to address a tricky topic: cultural appropriation.  Read more »

About the Cover: The Blue Issue

Our current summer print magazine is the Blue issue. With any theme that has so many literal and immediate visual references, I try to dig a little bit deeper for inspiration to do justice to the complicated content.  Read more »

A Graphic Novel Illustrates the Architecture of Immigration Detention

In the United States, a Congressional mandate requires that approximately Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) fill 32,000 beds in immigration detention facilities every day. Read more »

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