Publication: It's Nice That
It was Australian duo, Alex Cardy and Tali Polichtuk’s mutual interest in the LGBTQ+ community that inspired their soon-to-launch queer screen culture magazine Sissy Screens. Run by queer and gender diverse artists, the platform – which is due to launch on 16 February – is a curated space for queer writing, photography, reviews, interviews and original videos and was borne out of an event screening series under the same name.
“It was an accident and slowly evolved,” says Alex. “The project was Tali’s idea, then I started helping and got more involved. I stayed on because I enjoyed the creative freedom.”
“We’re lesbians; we do everything together!” jokes Tali, although she has a point – Sissy Screens is fulfilling a much-needed gap in the market and working together as partners to bring it to the fore seemed inevitable.
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