queerjapan: Watch a brand new clip from Queer Japan featuring 5...



queerjapan:

Watch a brand new clip from Queer Japan featuring 5 minutes from the film’s segment on Gengoroh Tagame. The master of gay erotic manga discusses BDSM, his international tour, the Tom of Finland Foundation, and his first all-ages manga, My Brother’s Husband. And catch the cameo by RuPaul’s Drag Race star Sasha Velour! If you like this video, please share and support our crowdfunding campaign. 


「クィア・ジャパン」サポートをお願いします
Please support Queer Japan at http://GoFundMe.com/QueerJapan.   

Check out this work in progress clip featuring Gengoroh Tagame from the upcoming documentary, Queer Japan

queerjapan: Watch a brand new clip from Queer Japan featuring 5...



queerjapan:

Watch a brand new clip from Queer Japan featuring 5 minutes from the film’s segment on Gengoroh Tagame. The master of gay erotic manga discusses BDSM, his international tour, the Tom of Finland Foundation, and his first all-ages manga, My Brother’s Husband. And catch the cameo by RuPaul’s Drag Race star Sasha Velour! If you like this video, please share and support our crowdfunding campaign. 


「クィア・ジャパン」サポートをお願いします
Please support Queer Japan at http://GoFundMe.com/QueerJapan.   

Check out this work in progress clip featuring Gengoroh Tagame from the upcoming documentary, Queer Japan

Photos from the SuperQueeroes queer comics exhibition at the...



















Photos from the SuperQueeroes queer comics exhibition at the Schwules Museum in Berlin! 

The exhibition features queer comics from all over the world, including a number of LGBTI artists from Japan. It’s so exciting to see some of our MASSIVE products, and works by Gengoroh Tagame, Jiraiya, and lesbian mangaka Nakamura Ching given the museum treatment. They even have original copies of the seminal Japanese magazines Fuzoku Kitan (1960s) and Bara Komi (1986) on display! 

All off this is presented alongside the works of artists like Tom of Finland, Alison Bechdel, Ralf König, and dozens more influential queer comics artists from all around the world. It makes me happy to see not only gay manga, but queer comics in general treated with reverence and respect within a museum. The show is open until June 26th, 2016, so go check it out if you have the chance! 

Photos via Seikai Shinbun.

Photos from the SuperQueeroes queer comics exhibition at the...



















Photos from the SuperQueeroes queer comics exhibition at the Schwules Museum in Berlin! 

The exhibition features queer comics from all over the world, including a number of LGBTI artists from Japan. It’s so exciting to see some of our MASSIVE products, and works by Gengoroh Tagame, Jiraiya, and lesbian mangaka Nakamura Ching given the museum treatment. They even have original copies of the seminal Japanese magazines Fuzoku Kitan (1960s) and Bara Komi (1986) on display! 

All off this is presented alongside the works of artists like Tom of Finland, Alison Bechdel, Ralf König, and dozens more influential queer comics artists from all around the world. It makes me happy to see not only gay manga, but queer comics in general treated with reverence and respect within a museum. The show is open until June 26th, 2016, so go check it out if you have the chance! 

Photos via Seikai Shinbun.

massive-goods: Our friends at bad-ass DJ collective Discwoman...













massive-goods:

Our friends at bad-ass DJ collective Discwoman took time out from dismantling the patriarchy and revolutionizing dance music to model the new “Free Manko” tee by MASSIVE x Rokudenashiko!

Proceeds from the shirt will go toward Rokudenashiko’s legal and tour fund. Read our interview with Rokudenashiko to find out more about her legal fight and her graphic novel memoir, What is Obscenity? The Story of a Good For Nothing Artist and Her Pussy (forthcoming from Koyama Press). 

We asked the women of Discwoman: What does “Free Manko” mean to you?

Frankie: If manko is free, women are.

Emma: Freeing manko gives agency to a woman. If she is free she can pursue what she dreams of in life.

Christine: Manko is cunt—unapologetic, fierce and unafraid to express freely.

Founded by Frankie Hutchinson, Emma Burgess-Olson and Christine Tran, Discwoman is a New York-based platform, collective, and booking agency—representing and showcasing cis women, trans women and genderqueer talent in electronic music. Started as a two-day festival in September 2014 at Bossa Nova Civic Club Discwoman has since produced and curated events in 15+ cities—working with over 150 DJs and producers to-date. 

Photography by Chris Engdahl. 
Get your “Free Manko” tee at MASSIVE-GOODS.com!

Free Manko tee