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Queen Josephine exclusive new t-shirts for GFW – Clothing Without Labels

Diva Magazine and Gscene cartoonist Queen Josephine is buzzing with the news that she’s working bee-side the groundbreaking GFW – Gender Free Clothing for their latest range of t-shirts. Bringing her pen and ink to the fashion world, Queenie’s two T’s are part of GFW’s radical new designs addressing inequality and reclaiming derogatory words as a powerful way to subvert dominate norms. So if you are proud of Bee-ing Me or if you want to challenge slutshaming as GFW follow the footsteps of 1997’s The Ethical Slut and 2011’s worldwide Slutwalks with a Sluts t-shirt, nows the time to T with Queenie and clothing without labels.

Queen Josephine’s T’s for GFW. Exclusive, essential, for everyone. 

beingme_1024x1024Bee-ing Me by Queen Josephine for GFW. Bees are important. Humans are important. Being yourself is essential.  £20 GBP Buy here.

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Sluts by Queen Josephine for GFW. Reclaiming derogatory words can be a powerful way to subvert dominate norms.  £20 GBP Buy here.

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Queenie’s Strip Service: Fit Pussies

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Happy Christmas from Wildblood & Queenie

Strip Service: Pussy Radio returns

Wildblood & Queenie’s Home Service Sunday 13th November 17:00GMT 97.2FM DAB and online at radioreverb.com

Queenie’s Strip Service: Pussy Pride Hangover

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Ouch House 200 fundraising auction this Friday at Duke Of Norfolk

Ouch-House-200-auctionBrighton DJ, RadioReverb presenter and Gscene cartoonist our Queen Josephine is ready to bang her hammer and is auctioning her Ouch House 200 artwork to fundraise for Brighton & Hove Pride and Friends of Brighton & Hove Hospitals.

The Ouch House 200 will be part of the Duke Of Norfolk’s Brighton Pride fundraising Community Art Show Auction alongside artists Sami Wood and Sam John with all proceeds donated to Brighton Pride and The Rainbow Fund for their continuing support of local LGBT charities and organisations as well as The Friends of Brighton & Hove Hospitals in recognition of the amazing support and care she received from staff whilst at The Royal Sussex Hospital.

Queen Josephine’s Ouch House 200 Auction

Duke Of Norfolk 113-114 Western Road Brighton BN1 2AB Friday 21st August 2015 6pm

Sealed bids welcome – please click the contact header above.

Limited Edition Ouch House 200 prints also available. 20% of all proceeds donated to Brighton & Hove Pride and Friends of Brighton & Hove Hospitals. A2 £40 / A3 £20. Order at the auction for free P&P or visit the Ouch House Shop.

Supported by ArtsWerk and Drink in Brighton

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Queen Josephine’s Ouch House 200 at Duke Of Norfolk Brighton Pride fundraiser

Ouch House 200 Preview by Queen Josephine July 2015A Queen will always rise again after a fall. No matter how Ouchy that fall maybe. Boxing Day 2013 and my Queenie, DJ, RadioReverb presenter, camp gay man trapped in a lesbians body (but oh what a cute body) is involved in a horrible, terrible accident. Not good. A Boxing Day fall and not an egg nog to blame or Babysham in sight.  She ends up hospital with a fractured skull, broken elbow and her writing arm shattered in eight places. Little was going to raise her spirits as she lay recovering in the Royal Sussex County Hospital. Except perhaps pen and paper.

Queen Josephine Ouch Decmeber 2013Resurrecting her love of cartooning Queen Josephine began chronicling her long recovery from surgery with the cartoon strip Ouch House Diaries. Left handed scribbles became right handed drawn delights as she used honesty and humour to deal with the trails, tribulations and occasional humiliations of her sick bed. (Lets not mentioned the glamour of bathing dressed in bin bags shall we?)

First Ouch house entryAided and abetted by her two feline nurses Madge and Hubbell and partner-in-line Kate Wildblood, Queen Josephine’s adventures soon gained followers as she shared her Ouch House Diaries on social media, Tumblr and Queenie’s Strip Service in Brighton’s GScene Magazine.

To celebrate 356 days of pen and ink Queen Josephine has created Ouch House 200, an A2 cartoon featuring everyone who made it into the Ouch House Diaries. A kind of Where’s Queenie?, the Ouch House version of Where’s Wally? The Ouch House 200 will be part of the Duke Of Norfolk’s Brighton Pride fundraising Community Art Show Pride Edition exhibition alongside artists from across the city’s diverse LGBTQ community.

Supported by very generous framers ArtsWerk (thank you Tim), all profits from the sale Ouch House 200 will be donated to Brighton Pride and The Rainbow Fund for their continuing support of local LGBT charities and organisations as well as The Friends of Brighton & Hove Hospitals in recognition of the amazing support and care Queenie received from staff whilst at The Royal Sussex Hospital.

So come take a look, see if you made the Ouch House 200 and support Queenie as she supports those who supported her, who support of us when we need them. simple. Just like the pen and ink she makes our lives a little better with.

Queen Josephine’s Ouch House 200 at the Duke Of Norfolk’s Community Art Show Pride Edition and exhibition. 113-114 Western Road Brighton BN1 2AB July 25th – August 21st 2015

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