Listen And Believe

Listen And Believe

Cat: It’s so DISGUSTING that we live in a culture where it is acceptable to question victims. Seriously, how messed up is that you start questioning a victim instead of offering support? I support victims. I BELIEVE. Dog: OK. YOU CHASED ME. Now what? Cat: Come on this is ridiculous. Why are we still friends after it happened? When did it happen? And how? Liar. You made it up! Got any proof? Dog: Why are you questioning me? I’m a VICTIM! Cat: That’s not how it works. As a dog, you don’t get to say who is a victim and who isn’t.


Rosebud And The Prince

Rosebud And The Prince

Book: The prince kissed the slumbering rosebud on the mouth whereupon she woke up and… Cat: …should have Yelled “I was sleeping and didn’t consent to your kiss, you entitled rapist!“ Cat: All the classic fairy tales are promoting rape culture. This has to change. I have to write to the publisher! At the publishers… A: How can we make this conform with current values and social justice? B: …the prince wanted to kiss rosebud, but then stopped as he recognised the toxicity of his masculinity. Ashamed, he let her sleep and married a pierced fat acceptance activist with purple hair and never desired a woman again. Ever. A: Sounds reasonable. We’ll go with it!

Gain From The Experience

Gain From The Experience

Dog: What do you think about false rape accusations? Cat: That the unjustly accused can sometimes gain from the experience. Cat: They have a lot of pain, but it is not a pain that I would necessarily have spared them. I think it ideally initiates a process of self-exploration. Dog: Wow, that’s cold. That quarterback in monatana who gets $245K for his unfair and biased rape investigation is “him gaining from the experience“, I guess! Cat: Are you completely devoid of all empathy? That’s how rape culture rewards offenders, you asshat!

BTW, what cat’s saying in the first two panels, that’s an actual quote from Catherine Comins.