“Sex Time Machine for Touching the Transcestors” documents three months of Julian B. Carter’s Transgenderational Touch Project (2016–present). Carter is creating and documenting intimate contact across trans generations, mobilizing his social network to connect people old enough to be his parents with people young enough to be his children. He serves as a vector for transmitting the embodied knowledge of older generations into the lived experience of younger ones—and vice versa. The zine was originally written and illustrated as a gallery take-away for visitors to curator E. G. Crichton’s exhibit Out/Look and the Birth of the Queer at the GLBT History Museum in San Francisco, which ran from September 2017 to January 2018.

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