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*** At the current time, all profits go to paying for printing, shipping, and contributor fees. We’re still new and building this press from the ground up, but we want to do right by everyone by paying them the best we can. On the other hand, if you’re interested in something from the store but can’t pay the listed price, just send us an email letting us know. Capitalism is a terrible thing. We’ll do whatever we can on our end.

“Stress Kills” (Zine): $10, or pay whatever you can

Ink, chaos, and rage, “Stress Kills” is a black-and-white, text and image based zine built with paper, staples, paperclips, and very raw despair. It examines the catastrophic intersections of mental illness, familial trauma, and abuse.

“Stress Kills” is not beautiful, fancy, or polished — pain rarely ever is.

TW: blood, gore, violence, abuse, self-harm, and suicide

Gutslut Stickers (Small): $3-$5 for One Sticker, $8 for Four

NOTE: The safety and comfort of our editors and contributors are of the utmost importance to us. Therefore, based on your proximity to the work or the creator, we do reserve the right to cancel your order and refund your payment without explanation. It’s nothing personal. Gutslut is, above all, intended to be an open space for experimentation, alternative expression, underrepresented and marginalized voices, and total authenticity.

In the words of/after the artistic philosophy of Gabrielle Civil, we are attempting to “open up space.” For many creators, and even our editors themselves, authentic artistic practice is often impossible to sustain under a microscope.

We truly appreciate your patience and understanding. Thank you for helping us make Gutslut possible.