Girl on Girl Productions

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Their mission was as a revolutionary feminist and queer publishing stunt dedicated to producing handbooks, [[zine]]s, art, and other media. Girl on gIRL Productions brought [[Activist|activism]] to places of ambiguity -- restrooms, libraries, "public" streets, advertising, school, women's bodies -- to challenge the control of the "public" domain and illustrate the artificiality of the notion of public equals access for all.  
Their mission was as a revolutionary feminist and queer publishing stunt dedicated to producing handbooks, [[zine]]s, art, and other media. Girl on gIRL Productions brought [[Activist|activism]] to places of ambiguity -- restrooms, libraries, "public" streets, advertising, school, women's bodies -- to challenge the control of the "public" domain and illustrate the artificiality of the notion of public equals access for all.  
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Their publications included ''Spiked Riot'', ''How to Make a Zine'', ''The Bathroom Activist'',  ''Huesbook'', and we are warriors. These were distributed by [[moonrocket distro]], [[grrrl style distro]], [[ladybomb distro]], [[the lady project]], [[union zine]],  [[spark zine]], [[spy kids]], [[beyond a joke]], and [[independent thought brigade]].
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Their publications included ''Spiked Riot'', ''How to Make a Zine'', ''The Bathroom Activist'',  ''Huesbook'', and we are warriors. These were distributed by [[Moon Rocket Distribution]], [[grrrl style distro]], [[ladybomb distro]], [[the lady project]], [[union zine]],  [[spark zine]], [[spy kids]], [[beyond a joke]], and [[independent thought brigade]].
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Girl on Girl Productions, or gog productions, was a small publisher based in Montreal, Quebec between 2000-2002.

Their mission was as a revolutionary feminist and queer publishing stunt dedicated to producing handbooks, zines, art, and other media. Girl on gIRL Productions brought activism to places of ambiguity -- restrooms, libraries, "public" streets, advertising, school, women's bodies -- to challenge the control of the "public" domain and illustrate the artificiality of the notion of public equals access for all.

Their publications included Spiked Riot, How to Make a Zine, The Bathroom Activist, Huesbook, and we are warriors. These were distributed by Moon Rocket Distribution, grrrl style distro, ladybomb distro, the lady project, union zine, spark zine, spy kids, beyond a joke, and independent thought brigade.

External Link

Their website is still accessible, though not updated. gogproductions

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