Alien Contact – a Comic on Gender Roles

Girl or Boy

Big Breasts

Hormone Level Analysis

No Gender

What side, what form

DUDE HELP A BROTHER OUT

Girl, relax

Let me touch!

Happy Pants

Horny Sadness

Crazy Chicks

Say what!

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16 Responses to Alien Contact – a Comic on Gender Roles

  • Kylie says:

    Yet again, another comic which coincidentally focuses on the issues prominent in my mind.. perhaps there is no coincidence.

  • Richard says:

    Another great piece.

  • Kassandra says:

    Another great (and eye opening) comic!
    Awesome job Holly ♥
    xo

  • Adam Akan says:

    Wow! Brilliant!

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  • Heather D. says:

    My contentions exactly!! People assume I operate in these boxes and I never have, so they do not understand me. I am an ALIEN! LOL!

  • Ella says:

    Well there you go. I’ve just finished writing a book and a stage play that pretty much says exactly the same thing. So clearly I’m not the only one thinking these things.

    Worse, being outside the “gender lines” so to speak, men have only one interested in me and that is what my body can do for them for 5 minutes at 2 AM. Thankfully, I’m with my girlfriend at 2 AM in bed :) Whilst the men are trawling the streets for … wait, those poor men!

    • Ellie says:

      Ella, I think you’re missing the point. You’re putting men into a category (they only have one interest and they are trawling the street), when the comic is trying to illuminate that there’s a spectrum that bucks classification. It’s saying that “men” and “women” are constructs, and in reality, no one fits neatly into a gender. The comic is objecting to the act of dividing people into genders and assigning behaviors to them based on those genders, which is what your comment, unfortunately, just did.

  • Nikki says:

    Love this. Opening my mind and making me think!

  • Audrey says:

    These are the questions we need to be asking. (ALSO – this could totally work for discussing “race” as well!!!)

  • Hah! Love this lots.

  • simon says:

    Nice one there, good plot idea, great artwork. Something to think about for sure, thanks for making my morning a bit more interesting, dude.

  • Sarah says:

    sooo good. So witty…LOVE LOVE THE HUMOUR! Where would we be without it eh?
    SO SO well done. Youjust get better and better

  • Zale Dalen says:

    Yes it would work for race. There are no races. They are all imaginary constructs and any attempt to divide people into races fails on closer examination. We can’t even decide how many races there are supposed to be, with a range from three to sixty some odd.

  • Darby Penney says:

    Excelllent, and thanks so much!

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