One of the saddest and most hilarious things is when a customers says “Oh yeah, I can tell your pussy is tight.”
Because no you can’t. You are looking at my vulva. You have no idea what’s going on inside. No idea. I could have a handful of dice rolling around in there. I could have an alphabetically sorted deck of baseball cards in there. I could have 8 jumbo tampons stuffed inside me, side-by-side, and you’d never fucking know. You can’t see shit and you definitely can’t predict vaginal tightness by the way the vulva looks. I’m sorry the American school system has failed you to tragically.
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a comic done by christianne benedict, posted on the womanthology art forum. brilliant!
YES. Jesus, thank you.
I cannot tell you how many times I have had to point out what the audience at conventions actually LOOKS like to people in the industry. They can do signings in a booth full of every kind of person all day long, every color, every size, every orientation and more, and STILL go online and talk about how only white straight males read comics.
IT IS PROFOUNDLY UNTRUE AND INSULTINGLY IGNORANT.
"The Women Men Don’t See" — James Tiptree, Jr. (AKA Rebecca Sheldon — thanks, buggeryisthegenus)
And really — the *everyone* men don’t see, when you get right down to it. They don’t see us, they’re convinced we don’t spend money — not on the merch they want to make, anyway — and, if we make so much noise that they have to acknowledge us anyway?
Well, we’re not “real” fans.
*rolls eyes so hard they get stuck*
12,331 notes because my talented collaborator is a rockstar.
Yes, the only reason I use Tumblr these days is as a Christianne Benedict fan blog. It’s a noble purpose and I’ve no shame about it.
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