London: Printed by Women in Print. Wraps. Good. Item #013600
no date, perhaps circa 1981. Wraps. 12 ½ by 8 ¾ inches. 20 pp. Black and white illustrations and clip art throughout. A zine style work written with a strong feminist perspective. No authors are given, but most of the zine consists of an interview/conversation between two people musing on rock music, including the punk and new wave genres, reflecting on the politics of music and the influence of musicians. The last several pages of the zine contain comic style clip art and captions on the subject of women being oppressed in society through subtle means, including sexism inherent in culture, the workplace, etc. One comic seemingly predicts the concept of mansplaining with captions reading " 'Do I oppress you,' 'you oppress me intelectually [sic]' 'is that because I'm a man' 'it's still more accepted that men know about things…it does take courage for a woman to express opinions about a lot of things.'" Printed at the Women in Print collective. GOOD condition. Moderate uneven toning, minor soiling and some staining to the covers. Moderate wrinkling and creasing. (Mark Jay Collection).