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The zine came in A5 format (A4 folded in half) with coloured-paper cover. Most of the content was line-art cartoon strips.
 
The zine came in A5 format (A4 folded in half) with coloured-paper cover. Most of the content was line-art cartoon strips.
  
The central theme was bisexuality and many of the strips appeared in other zines and publications, including Bi Community News and BiFrost.
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The central theme was bisexuality and many of the strips appeared in other zines and publications, including [[Bi Community News]] and [[BiFrost]].
  
  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 10:13, 10 June 2011

Red Hanky Panky was a bisexual, queer, feminist, fat-positive zine published in the UK in the 1990s. It was written and drawn by R House.

The zine came in A5 format (A4 folded in half) with coloured-paper cover. Most of the content was line-art cartoon strips.

The central theme was bisexuality and many of the strips appeared in other zines and publications, including Bi Community News and BiFrost.