The fifteenth edition of Archer Magazine features articles on friends with benefits, loneliness, intergenerational friendship, and chosen family. Featuring writing from Liz Duck-Chong and more
“Friendships are beautiful, complicated, sustaining, lifelong, fleeting. They can be sexual. They can be found in unlikely places, be forged with unlikely people, flourish in unlikely circumstances. They can be entirely predictable. They can be a replacement for a partner, or a family. They can be with a partner, or family members. They can be overwhelming.” – Lucy Watson, editor-in-chief.
“I failed a university paper because I had discovered queer sex and I just wanted to get fisted instead of reading Chaucer” – Ally Garrett