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Sooo…. tinfoil hats?
Dammit, stole my line.
Hahahaha I can’t wait to find out why the oven negates the homemaker virus.
I’m sure it’s a “ray” rather than a “virus”… projected from her snow-globe home-base on the moon. The big metal box probably scatters the radiation.
Just got done reading the whole archive and I’ve gotta say…great comic. Though I am a little shakey on the feminism movement, and by that I mean I’m all for why it started, equal rights and all that…but some women seem to have taken it so far. You know, like the women that think just cause a woman wants to be a stay at home mom they aren’t living to their full potential or think that all men are pigs…stuff like that, though I guess most of it can’t be blamed on feminism…All this being said, I think I’d love to talk to Gyno-Star about stuff…I’d just need a promise that she wouldn’t kick me in the face or anything if I made the wrong joke at the wrong time…I’ve got a bit of a sick humor haha.
I’ll be honest with you: I don’t think there are very many feminists who think that being a stay-at-home mom is a waste of potential. Almost any feminist you talk to will say that feminism is about freedom of choice. Women (and men!) should have equal opportunity. The choices they make after that are up to them. People who oppose feminism work hard to paint an inaccurate picture of it. They claim that feminists look down on stay-at-home moms, when in reality feminists fight to get society to respect and value domestic and child-care work.
There also aren’t many feminists who think “all men are pigs.” The feminist movement doesn’t blame men for women’s inequality; it’ blames patriarchy, which is a social system which favors men — and only certain men at that. It’s a lot more complicated than blaming or hating men.
Anyway, thanks for the comment and I’m glad you like the comic!
TBH I was hoping that most didn’t think that way, but I did remember a story my…I think 6th grade teacher (I’m 19 now…not that that matters but yeah) told me about how he held a door open for a girl one time and she freaked the hell out…also my mom who has been around since the…70s…I think…remembers some feminists who were WAY too extreme.
But yeah like you said I knew most were like that…but yeah just felt like giving my two cents at least…also It was around 5AM buy the time I got from the first comic to this one…so brain wasn’t going at 100% xD
What poor design, that one of the items that requires cleaning blocks the waves that compel them to clean.
It does seem like a major oversight, doesn’t it?
Feminism?! What is this feminism thing, I haven’t seen any bra-burning attempts to kill all mans, so I know this is not a feminist webcomic. I am pleased by the depiction of Vlad Deferens as a strong, empowered man!
THANK you. Finally someone who “gets it.”
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