GenderTerror October Raffle!

It’s National Horror Month! Also known as the month of Halloween (or October for the party poopers). So in the spirit of the holiday, we are doing a raffle.

GenderTerror is a queer horror site for and by queer people. We have everything from reviews, exclusive art and writing, creator profiles, educational materials, and various types of non-fiction. We believe strongly in supporting our community and pay those who contribute to the site.

As a new site, we need to build a fanbase. Thus, why not hold a raffle in the spookiest of all months!? The raffle will end on October 31st, 2016 at 11:59PM EST. A winner will be chosen on November 2, 2016 at 3PM EST. This is to allow us time to go through the entries and sort everything out! So if you reblog the post after the cut off you will not be entered.

Prizes include:

-A commission worth up to 40GBP from Francine Queen (@witnesstheabsurd)!

-Full render commission, up to two characters, by @GrossKelly!

-The Dead: Omnibus with a noise CD done by @SurgeryKult! This item is EXPLICIT an contains gore, sex, and nudity. NOTE: This will be sent from the donator’s place and will show up later due to international shipping.

-A used copy (from Thriftstorebooks) of Bending the Landscape: Horror.

-A tarot reading and/or astrological chart from @PlanetaryKnight.

-Various small Halloween stickers, candy (please note any allergies if you win), and other Halloween knickknacks!

How to enter:

-Reblog/Retweet/Share our raffle post! The more you do this, the more chances you have. For example, if you share on Facebook and RT, that is two chances. People can get a total of 4 chances to enter!

-Patrons are automatically entered. You get an additional chance by contributing to our Patreon. All we ask is if you do this, you stay for at least a month!

Now that we have the cool stuff out of the way, onto the more boring (but extremely important) rules part!


-You MUST be of age of majority in your country. This is 18 in the United States. Some of this content is explicit (such as The Dead: Omnibus).

-Reblogs/Retweets/Shares/Patron support only! Since we are trying to promote the site, likes are not enough!

-You must be following the official GenderTerror account on the platform you share on! We WILL be checking.

-No giveaway accounts, please.

-You must be ok with giving us a shipping address for the physical merchandise.

-Winner has 48 hours from end of giveaway to respond. If the winner does not respond, another person will be drawn.

-Winner will be drawn by random number generator. Each person from each site will be placed into a spreadsheet, shuffled around, and then drawn with a number from

-Winner will be contacted on the platform they entered/won through. Please make sure you have messages open on this platform if there is no way of direct contact (such as @-ing).

-Winner may decline any part of the raffle they do not wish to claim. If the winner waives any prizes, another winner will be chosen until all prizes are gone!

Here is all the info you need to get as many chances as possible!

Raffle post on Twitter

Raffle post on Tumblr

Raffle post on Facebook

GenderTerror Patreon


Good luck and Happy Halloween!!!


Author: Lucian Clark

Lucian Clark was born and raised in South New Jersey. Recently they published their first novel, a dark romance, titled Cemetery Drive. Their works have been featured across numerous platforms such as The Advocate and in anthologies like Werewolves Versus and Postcards From The Void. They've also been featured on several podcasts to talk about horror, activism, and their writing. With a passion for all things spooky, horrific, and queer, Lucian can often be found on social media talking about werewolves, rats, and My Chemical Romance. When not actively writing or reading, Lucian is also the curator of the queer horror website, GenderTerror, which features original art, stories, interview and more. They can also be found playing video games or with their pets (currently some rats and a cat). They are active in local and national social activism with a focus on LGBTQ+ rights and reproductive justice.

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