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SEXtember Zine

September is our favourite month - or Sextember, as we like to call it! This is when we mark our favourite awareness events (like World Sexual Health Day, World Contraception Day, and International Safe Abortion Day) with our very own sexual and reproductive health zine.

In collaboration with some amazing organisations and artists, we are proud to present “Sextember” for World Sexual Health Day. We hope you enjoy this annual compilation of some wonderful writing and artwork on all things sexual and reproductive health - addressing topics including sex, dating, pleasure, relationships, consent, body image, contraception, abortion, STIs, sex education, healthcare, and much, much more!


Sextember 2022! What a year it's been for sexual and reproductive health rights around the globe - both the highs and lows. This year, we've compiled amazing work from I Had One TooBad Dates of MelbourneGenWestYarli CreativeThe Labia LibraryHERO's Health In The NorthOur Sexual Health / Study Melbourne and many others to present a smorgasboard of writing, photography, art and advice on all things abortion, contraception, consent, sexual health, periods and more. Made with love for you to enjoy - don't forget to FULL SCREEN! 

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Another year, another zine! This year's zine is full of exciting artwork, musings and writings from Women's Health West, Yarli Creative and the Fierce Tidda Club, Handlettered by Kajal, Women's Health in the North, Alita Brydon and Bad Dates of Melbourne, I Had One Too, HERO Condoms, Sexual Health Victoria and many talented, anonymous contributors. We love it, and hope you do too!

Sextember Zine 2020 Cover


The first ever edition of the SEXtember zine! Featuring amazing work from Women's Health in the North, Emily N3ver, I Had One Too, Women's Health West, Yarli Creative, Sexpression (Melbourne University), Women's Health Victoria, the Labia Library, Jemima Longworth, Handlettered by Kajal, Young, Deadly and Free, Sexual Health Victoria, CERSH and Women's Health East, alongside some very generous anonymous contributors.