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More Web Comics: Something Positive

Here is a comic that touches on the topic of equality and women’s rights by, R. K. Milholland of the Something Positive web-comic

something positive comic

Thanks to Bjørnar for bringing the comic to our attention! Now excuse me, I have to go punch this Mike character…

What do you mean he is just a cartoon?

*grumble grumble*

Amy Roth

Amy Davis Roth (aka Surly Amy) is a multimedia, science-loving artist who resides in Los Angeles, California. She makes Surly-Ramics and is currently in love with pottery. Daily maker of art and leader of Mad Art Lab. Support her on Patreon. Tip Jar is here.

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  1. Well, men WERE the ones who voted to make it legal. Hard to vote on your right to vote when you don’t have the right to vote yet.

    So yea. You’re welcome!

    *ducks incoming punches*

    (And yes, I’m totally kidding.)

  2. You have to ask? Of course he will. He’ll also get emails from people who understand why it’s wrong, but want to tell him why Mike is right! And from women that completely miss the fact that he’s not in support of Mike’s view.

    Never underestimate the stupidity and bigotry of the Internet.

  3. @Liokae: I would take it in a more Hofstadter’s Law direction: you can never underestimate the stupidity and bigotry of the internet, even when you take into account this law.

  4. Men in the US acquirted the right to vote via the declaration of independance in 1776. Black men acquired the right to vote via the 15th Amendment in 1870. Women acquired the right via the 19th Amendment in 1920.

    As so many can attest, the right to vote does not confer social equality. Social justice is a long process. The right to vote is an important milestone, but it is not a victory.

    So, a toast to important milestones, then I will excercise my right to vote by supporting Elyse’s proposition.

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