S&L #71 Spring 2002

Crossroads by Carolyn #71

(Note:     I had a hard time deciding whether or not to submit this, in fear of repetition and of straying from topics I intended to write about. However, since Sera's suicide, I've learned of others following that path and even had someone confide to me that he was thinking of killing himself So, here is my response; my apologies if it unearths more pain.)

Radical Motherhood by Candyce #71

    I want to start out by saying that I love this zine and I am so proud to be a contributor. For me this is like going to see my most all time favorite band and getting pulled on stage to sing along. I have so much respect and admiration for Chris and all the people that have made this zine such a great resource. I'm so excited to be a part of this, and yet I've found it incredibly hard to pull this article together. It is just that these days I've been writing less and less structured pieces intended to inform an audience.

EcoPunk #71

    The land out here has finally shed its winter coat. Spring has arrived. The hemlocks are shooting out their tiny little conelets of day glow yellow. The licorice ferns are retreating back from their marvelous winter forms, patiently awaiting the cold rain of fall that signals their spring. The rivers are beginning to swell with ocean bound snow-melt. The ungulates (deer and elk) are making their annual journeys uphill following the snowline in search of succulent spring greens.

Adrienne #71

    I'm in the process of trying to radically redefine my understanding and approach towards sex.  And no, this doesn't mean that I'm reading the Karma Sutra or making names for new positions that no human on this planet could possibly contort themselves into.  Trust me, I have a very clear and focused and expanded perception of the ACT of sex.  What I'm talking about is how my mind and my heart approach the sexual side of myself and the sexual aspect of people I am attracted to.  In my mid-twenties, I chose to be single for four years after a particularly

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