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'''Concerned Müthers''' was a British queer zine created by [[Sina Shamsavari]] in 1993.  
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'''Concerned Müthers''' was a British queer zine created by [[Sina]] in 1993.  
  
 
'''Concerned Muthers''' was intended to provide a voice for gay, lesbian and bisexual youth, as well as their heterosexual friends and supporters. Seven issues were self-published between 1993 and 1995. The zine typically included comics, short stories, essays and poetry. Shamsavari also self-published the small-press comix-zine [[BoyCrazyBoy]], which consisted primarily of autobiographical comic strips.
 
'''Concerned Muthers''' was intended to provide a voice for gay, lesbian and bisexual youth, as well as their heterosexual friends and supporters. Seven issues were self-published between 1993 and 1995. The zine typically included comics, short stories, essays and poetry. Shamsavari also self-published the small-press comix-zine [[BoyCrazyBoy]], which consisted primarily of autobiographical comic strips.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 17:58, 11 January 2012

Concerned Müthers was a British queer zine created by Sina in 1993.

Concerned Muthers was intended to provide a voice for gay, lesbian and bisexual youth, as well as their heterosexual friends and supporters. Seven issues were self-published between 1993 and 1995. The zine typically included comics, short stories, essays and poetry. Shamsavari also self-published the small-press comix-zine BoyCrazyBoy, which consisted primarily of autobiographical comic strips.