Archer Magazine 14 - 1

Archer #14

The Growing Up Issue

£10.00

This issue of Archer Magazine is the GROWING UP issue.

"Growing up isn’t just about popping pimples and trying new things. Growing up is about finding a better world, confronting the realities of life and realising the people in power are incompetent. Growing up is about disappointment, guilt, community, love,... ​​Read More

This issue of Archer Magazine is the GROWING UP issue.

"Growing up isn’t just about popping pimples and trying new things. Growing up is about finding a better world, confronting the realities of life and realising the people in power are incompetent. Growing up is about disappointment, guilt, community, love, and recognising privilege and systematic oppression. Growing up is about creating your space." - Lucy Watson, editor-in-chief

This special edition of Archer Magazine (our biggest yet) features a series of articles on growing and discovering, to help us all find our way, regardless of our age.

This issue includes a BONUS fold-out poster by the genius @Pink_Bits!

Instagram: @pink_bits

"A lot of the extensive growth I’ve experienced can be attributed to the queer community I became part of. It’s a community that doesn’t just accept different types of looks and bodies, but celebrates and loves them. It’s a community that includes many people who aren’t interested in what society tells us is hot, what you should find attractive and who you should be with, because we’ve never fit into those moulds anyway." - Rebecca Shaw

"I start to discover the person I can be when I’m not terrified of saying the wrong thing, of being fundamentally unlikable. I start to remember what it’s like to fly without fear of hitting a window." - Ruby Susan Mountford

"It’s always going to be a never-ending flow of fight for rights, up until the point that we start getting these young people into our governments. It’s changing. It’s just a very slow change." - Taz Clay

"It doesn’t matter who seems to be more of an adult, because it turns out there are all different kinds of adults with all different kinds of paths." - Kirsty Webeck


21 x 27.5
Softcover
128 pages
July 2020
English
ISSN 2204-7352
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