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BTFA stands for Butch Tops Fuck Anywhere.
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'''BTFA''' stands for Butch Tops Fuck Anywhere.
  
The first issue came out in 2008 and was annoymous but is thought to have links with [[LTTR]].  It featured stories and illustrations of queer sex and fantasies.
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The first issue was released anonymously in 2008, but is thought to have links with [[LTTR]].  It featured stories and illustrations of queer sex and fantasies.
  
The editors claim it as a place "for those who like to read the articulations of others and those who like to articulate to those others. Sometimes long and procrastinating, other times straight to the point, but each time, propelling, radiating, longingly, without individualised itentity. This is the pit, a pool of explanations, layered with positions, objects, and projections."
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The editors claim it as a place "for those who like to read the articulations of others and those who like to articulate to those others. Sometimes long and procrastinating, other times straight to the point, but each time, propelling, radiating, longingly, without individualised identity. This is the pit, a pool of explanations, layered with positions, objects, and projections."
  
  
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Latest revision as of 04:39, 18 January 2010

BTFA stands for Butch Tops Fuck Anywhere.

The first issue was released anonymously in 2008, but is thought to have links with LTTR. It featured stories and illustrations of queer sex and fantasies.

The editors claim it as a place "for those who like to read the articulations of others and those who like to articulate to those others. Sometimes long and procrastinating, other times straight to the point, but each time, propelling, radiating, longingly, without individualised identity. This is the pit, a pool of explanations, layered with positions, objects, and projections."