I thought it was a satirical comic about people being oversensitive... but then it kept going... and "informing"...
Not here to crtiticize the message, but the art. It's erm.. awful and leaves a lot to be desired.
The art is garbage and does nothing for the message in most of the comics. Also, why in the hell is it called Everyday Feminism when it's got a comic on censoring yourself from mentioning "OCD", learning someone's opinion on the difference between Latino and Hispanic (which I now am amazed to find I was able to care less about), and white privilege
Why are half the articles on the main page about social justice bullshit, where asking for Likes is "Middle Class Entitlement"
? I didn't realize middle class people were the only ones who networked; that's "invisiblizing" for all the poor people trying to use the internet to catch a break. Back to the comics, though. Who in the hell thought a comic where some idiot invented "neurotypical privilege"
and "proved" it was real by saying it existed was a good idea? Someone probably should have told her to check her negative symptom privilege since she's "invisiblizing" positive symptom schizophrenics, but at that point taking her ludicrous point too seriously would probably result in an apology comic, and the last thing we need is to have twice as much stupidity on this subject. Oh, and liking someone's tattoos is harassment
, PTSD not being just for soldiers anymore
, trigger warnings aren't a complete joke (complete with strawman argument opposition)
, and other trash that isn't feminist.
Holy shit, the more of these comics I read the more I feel like my brain is dying. Every fucking comic has one of two three
1) endlessly overcompensate for the feelings of others, especially in public, or you're a bad person
2) anything you say to/about women is probably wrong and you're a bad person3) everyone should listen to everyone about everything because nothing is true or everything is true, even the contradictory things, as long as the speaker calls themselves a victim and isn't straight, white, and male
Edits in bold