feminist satire

Haha he’s got you now, human feminist! You don’t believe fake violence causes real violence! So how does real misogyny cause more real misogyny?? HAHAHAHA! #pwned

There is no possible answer that could satisfy me so she’s definitely lost that one!

Why I need feminism:
  • I had to do amo can lifts with a man
  • I had to eat an MRE not specified to my vegan, gluten-free, and lactose free diet
  • I had to do the same amount of push-ups as a man
  • I wasn’t allowed to come to PT with my nails done and makeup on
  • My CO called me “poolee” instead of “misandry queen” 
  • When I hurt my foot I wasn’t carried away on a cloud, but instead just told to suck it up like a man
  • When I enlisted I was given a male shirt

Several anti-feminist blogs are reblogging this post (a tweet by a satirical “woman against feminism” account, saying that they’re an egalitarian because they believe eagles should be superior), without any commentary or anything and I genuinely can’t tell if they’re being ironic, if they agree with it, or if they just saw the name “WomanAgainstFeminism” and reblogged it without really reading it.

Update for May 30 - June 5

Satirical comic about recent femfreq tweets about Witcher 3 and Arkham City.


It’s first update for this week, and I have prepared updated for tomorrow. Stuff is happening recently, I also have material for a next week cartoon.

Textless version - http://art2002.tumblr.com/post/120724337385/endless-drawing-challenge-day-109-today-ive


What Action Movies Would Look Like Without All The Sexism

“In a world… dominated by gender inequality and unfair pay, one Hollywood studio has done the unthinkable and made a movie – for women.” That’s how a new trailer for a parody film called “Hollywood Solves Sexism” begins.

Watch the full hilarious movie trailer here. 


Hey, if you’re a man, I just wanted to say,

It doesn’t matter if you’re gay or straight, pan, bi, asexual.
It doesn’t matter what you identify as.
It doesn’t matter how you dress or how you look.
It doesn’t matter how you talk, walk, act, feel, are.

Regardless of any of that,

You’re still scum xx

anonymous asked:

Hi!! I was wondering if you know of any comics/graphic novels with queer ladies? I've been having a hard time finding any. Thanks!!


Some of my personal favorites include Skim by Mariko Tamaki and Jillian Tamaki, Dykes to Watch Out For and Fun Home by Alison Bechdel, and the Lumberjanes series, which just got its first paperback volume.

But there are plenty more - what kind of comics are you interested in?

Superheroes? Batwoman: Elegy serves as the origin story of the current Batwoman, a gay woman named Kate Kane. The original team of the Runaways series includes a extraterrestrial lesbian named Karolina Dean, and the current team (Runaways: Secret Wars) features at least two queer women. Kieron Gillen’s run on Young Avengers introduced the instantly beloved America Chavez. Supercakes by Kate Leyh is a super-adorable story of super-powered girlfriends. I don’t know much about Sophie Campbell’s Shadoweyes, but it appears to be a darker take on superheroics with a cast of queer and trans teens.

Fantasy or science fiction? For sword fights and sorcery, try The Legend of Bold Riley, Rat Queens, or the brand new Princeless spin-off which just saw its first issue released this week, Raven: The Pirate Princess. I love YU+ME=Dream, a webcomic which starts as a high school drama then takes a turn towards surreal - you can read it online or buy the limited edition omnibus. There’s a whole world of Buffy: The Vampire Slayer comics - some better than others - featuring Willow Rosenberg and other queer ladies. The new queer-inclusive take on Jem & The Holograms is on comics store shelves now. Another pop-music themed comic - The Wicked & The Divine - features a pantheon of reincarnated gods plus lots of queer representation. Bitch Planet, a feminist satire in space, is getting its first paperback volume next month.

Manga? I grew up reading Sailor Moon and Cardcaptor Sakura, which were maybe my first exposure to queer people in fiction. I haven’t kept up with manga in a long time, but here’s a list of highly-rated yuri manga available in English, which includes a wide range of genres and intended audiences.

Memoir? There’s Spit and Passion by Cristy C. Road, Pregnant Butch: Nine Long Months Spent in Drag by AK Summers, Shadow Manifesto by Annie Mok, Marbles: Mania, Depression, Michelangelo, and Me by Ellen Forney, Calling Dr. Laura by Nicole J. Georges, Tangles: A Story About Alzheimer’s, My Mother, and Me by Sarah Leavitt, and On Loving Women by Diane Obomsawin. Alison Bechdel also did a follow-up to the aforementioned Fun Home called Are You My Mother?

Or maybe just a slice of life? For something fictional but realistic, there’s the long-running Love and Rockets series by Jaime Hernandez and Gilbert Hernandez - I’m not entirely clear on how Locas relates to the original series, but it seems to isolate the storyline of Maggie Chascarrillo, a bisexual, Mexican-American punk. There’s also Blue Is the Warmest Color, the graphic novel by Julie Maroh on which the film was based. While Rude Girls and Dangerous Women by Jennifer Camper might be as much wish-fulfillment as it is realistic, it’s a great example of early underground lesbian comics.

Happy reading!


Ladies, the next time a man tells you to smile, ask your doctor about Smyle for Women.

Update for June 13-19

Satire about (some) gaming press and anti-gaming political extremists.

I dunno if Peter Johnson Jr was active before Jack Thompson, I’m not American. He doesn’t even seem notable enough to have Wikipedia article. Anyway, I’m claiming artistic license by slapping him as the face of Ultra-Catholic angle.