Pajubá: The Language of Brazilian Travestis

By | 04 December, 2017

£6.99

A mix of the African language Yoruba and Portuguese, Pajubá is a secret language that works sometimes as a protective shield, sometimes as a weapon. One of the many queer languages of the world, Pajubá is unique in its outrageous performance of femininity.

Read about this fascinating queer code accompanied by beautiful drawings, all set in three-colour Risograph print.

Written and illustrated by Eloisa Aquino.

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Fanzine
16.5cm x 12.5cm
16 pages
3-colour risograph print


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