Feminism was influential in the Pacific Northwest in the early 90's: "Girls Germs" heralded an explosion of zines that accompanied the rebirth of Feminism. These zines included "Ms America", "Satan Wears A Bra" and others. The first issue of" Girl Germs" was completed by December, 1990 . While home in Washington D.C on winter break, Molly Neuman made several hundred copies of the zine at the Capitol Hill offices.
Womanhouse zine #5, cover by Ann Muddy. The zine is a collection of feminist critiques compiled by Molly Davy, Anna Garski and Annah Ruhland. It borrows its name from the 1972 feminist art installation and performance space organised by Judy Chicago and Miriam Schapiro, co-founders of the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts) Feminist Art Program.