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It’s another skewering of bigotry by Sabrina Symington and her cartoon avatar, Bria. Today Bria is hosting a television show called Talking With Bigots and the the bigot in the host seat is one of those people who believes that men are men and women are women and there’s no changing that. Period. See how Bria uses their own logic against them.
The anti-trans people have dozens of myths about trans people. They crank them out like rabbits make rabbit pellets. And most of them are as stinky as rabbit pellets. Some of them involve “how to spot whether she’s a he.” There’s always the “large Adam’s Apple” tell and any woman over 5′ 10″ will be suspected but then there are some that are more off the wall. See what you think.
Why is it that some people seem to get so upset about gay or trans people? What could be the reason they feel they have to make their revulsion known to one and all? Could it be something that’s been bugging them for a long time that they just don’t want to accept? What might happen if the right stimulus came along at just the right time? Say when some vehement gay hater just couldn’t contain all that hate anymore? Sabring Symington has a cartoon that comically illustrates what could happen.
Being forced to live in the wrong gender can make problems in a person’s life. Sometimes they don’t even realize that their problems are related to their gender issues. Sabrina Symington presents the story of one person who made a realization about their pre-transition behavior after they started to live as their true self.
We tenuously continue with a sort-of sports theme with this new cartoon from Sabrina Bria Symington. She answers the question that many female athletes have asked: why do they have to compete against trans athletes. They think it’s just so unfair. Sabrina rips through the question with some ideas that leave it sprawled out in the dust on the arena floor.
Our resident cartoonist Sabrina Bria Symington has another commentary on the trials and tribulations of being transgender. Today a young woman, a princess no less, wants to join a course on womyn’s studies. However the professor in charge, Dr. Terfburger, has some problems about allowing the woman to sign up for the class. Scroll down after you read the first two panels to learn just what her reservations are.
Sabrina Bria Symington has another commentary on trans life in the form of a multi-panel cartoon. Don’t be your own worst critic and decide things won’t work for you. Go ahead and give them a try. If they don’t work that’s fine. At least you aren’t limiting your own options. Don’t let yourself fall a victim to the c-word. Find out what it is in today’s cartoon.
Our resident cartoonist Sabrina Bria Symington has another commentary on this thing we call transgender. Today she points out that there are many, many different women in the world and they have many characteristics besides, as The Big Bopper sang, “That wiggle in the walk, and giggle in the talk.” They are all unique and some have characteristics that just might make us feel better about ourselves.
A new cartoonist joins us today. In her TGF debut Sabrina Bria Symington tackles two topics that have been big news in the USA. One for quite some time and the other one that just seemed to pop up within the past few months. Sabrina is a Canadian and she is able to peer over the USA’s northern border to comment on things those south of the border may be too close to see objectively. Give her debut 3-panel toon a look and see what you think.