Lesbo is a Slovene political, social and cultural non-profit making quarterly,
the successor of fanzine Lesbozine (1987-1988) and bulletin Pandora (1993-1996).
Its founder and publisher is the lesbian group ŠKUC-LL. The editor-in-chief
is Nataša Velikonja, the design editor is Barbara
Predan. It has been published since 1997 as a non profitable,
Lesbo magazine aims at sharpening the critical and intellectual blades
and at damage-control. It promotes stories, politics and views, arts and
attitudes, practices and theories about the resistance and radical fights
against homophobia and any other exclusive orientations. It breaks identity
consolidations wherever they limit the diversity as an existential right;
therefore it opens the issues, which are usually closed down by the social
consensus: non-monogamy; underground; trans-gender and trans-sexuality;
gender technology; pornography as activism; political manifestations;
the catholic church and lesbianism; lesbian motherhood; lesbian trade
unions; gay and lesbian studies; lesbian motifs in art; lesbians in cyber
space; closet and scenes.
As such it participates in wider civil, political, social and cultural efforts
aiming at breaking the massive walls of civil apathy, political ignorance,
ideological terror and mind exploitation.
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