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Call Me A Boy – My journey into music and manhood

TEXT BY: Faris Saad // Malaysia || ILLUSTRATION BY: Tom Moore // Germany

“My bandmates assured me that no one in the straight cis-male crowd would care, and if they did, fuck them, selamba je. Even if I lost everything else, I would still have my core group of friends who accepted me as my handsome self.”
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A QUEER DILEMMA

TEXT BY: T.M. Brown // Ireland || ILLUSTRATION BY: Tom Moore // Germany

“If the theory is true that our formative years are what made us queers – what difference does that”
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Exhibition N° 5 – BERLIN, GERMANY

24.03. – 06.04.2018 open every day
Where? ReTramp, Reuterstrasse 62, 12047 Berlin
For two weeks beginning on March 24th 2018, Transnational Queer Underground presents drawings, prints, photographs, comics, collages and installations by 47 queer artists from 27 countries.

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HOMOPHOBIC POEM NO. 8

TEXT BY: T.M. Brown // Ireland || ILLUSTRATION BY: Tom Moore // Germany

Are Gay People Artistic Because They’re Gay Or Gay Because They’re Artistic?, Either Way It Seems A Strange Conclusion To Reach And To Say The Least Over Simplistic.
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What (Is) It Like…?

text by: GVGK Tang // USA || illustration by: tom moore // Germany

The ambience shifts. What looked like a stilted high school dance – stagnant bodies strewn awkwardly across a dance floor – now feels like an Ivy League dining club. The white male old heads all know each other and group off.
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Tom Moore

What? Comics
Where? UK || Germany
I started making comics on a dare with myself. There is a Poem A Day […]

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Burned by the Stake

text by: Ambika Thompson // Canada || illustration by: tom moore // Germany

I was passing through the main square of a village, selling pelts so I could feed all the children I have at home, when a man tried to stick his hand up my skirt. Without hesitation I slapped him in the face
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Smear Signal

text by: Corinna Cliff // Germany || illustration by: tom moore // Germany

Eleanor froze. Unable to move, she saw Mandy materializing in front of the wall. She was drenched in blood, just as she looked like when they found her.

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