This conversation literally happened between me and a family friend yesterday... well, the first two panels, at least. Artist Matt Lubchansky at The Nib took it just one step farther.
Confused about sexual harassment?
The Nib posted this handy flow chart to help you decide what not to do. Thanks artist Scott Bateman!
Portrait photographer Robbie Aupspurger has made some gorgeous retro portraits of modern musicians and every day people. I don't know who turned this portrait into an ingenious meme, but thank you very much!
Tough Love from RobotHugs
How to be a Perfect Rape Victim. The emotionally honest geniuses at Robot Hugs made a devastating comic about how frustrating and demoralizing it is to report a sexual assault. The heartbreaking message: If you don't respond to your rape in the right way, you're just not credible. RobotHugs writes: "When I do comics for other... Continue Reading →
Learning from the Experts
Thank you, Matt Lubchansky, for this cranky comic on The Nib in which our self-congratulatory president declares April 2017 Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
Disney Princesses for Sexual Abuse Awareness?
Released in 2014, this series of images by Syrian artist Saint Hoax shows Disney princesses kissing their fathers, or their fathers kissing them. Intended to bring attention to child sex abuse by relatives, the image captions state that 46% of minors who are sexually assaulted are victims of family members. I don't love looking at... Continue Reading →
You old dog, Bob Hope!
The snarky Seanbaby shares "5 Comics from When Sexual Assault was Considered Hilarious" on cracked.com. He explains "From 1950 to 1968, there was a comic called The Adventures of Bob Hope. And for 109 issues, every single adventure started the same way: Bob Hope runs up to a strange woman and molests her."