Tuesday, October 4, 2011











27 comments:

  1. The Dr. Suess nature of this is great, but unfortunately I have to offer a bit of criticism. You've done a lot to reinforce standard gender stereotypes.

    The section for guys reinforces the idea that it's ok to ogle girls, and masturbate. The section for girls is all about "be careful because you might be pregnant. Really? Is that the message you want to be sending?

    How about teaching girls that masturbating is a good thing and not something to be ashamed of? And what about teaching guys the importance of being respectful and mature about birth control?

    Also, where's the safer sex message? With the millions of euphimisms about condoms, there's gotta be a way to put at least one of them in a Dr. Suess fashion. Don't you think that's an important message to put out there?

    Maybe this was all done in fun and games, and you were just amusing yourself with it. Great! I'm glad you had some fun and put together an awesome piece in the style of Dr. Suess. However, there's a much bigger picture here as well, and I hope you'll take a few minutes to consider it.

    Be well.

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  2. Fuck you JayLynn that was awesome.

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  3. I think JayLinn is right, it was fun to read though.

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  4. I am glad that I have a sense of humor, what did it feel like when you lost yours JayLynn? Did it hurt? Please share, could you tell you were losing it, or did it just go away suddenly without warning?

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  5. HA! i love it! and pnkrckmommy - right on! dunno what's up with this jaylynn bitch...

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  6. I don't want to be rude or call people names, I just can't understand why some people are so blind to things that are just funny. There is no need for all the activist talk.

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  7. Great stuff!! But I do think JayLinn has a point. Girls can schlick all they want too..I mean.."schlick" has so much potential for a rhyming scheme!!!

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  8. Good call on the schlicking! And I agree with JayLynn too - celebrating everybody wanking is clearly the best way to go.

    Kudos on an excellent post!

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  9. I would like to disagree with Ms. JayLynn. While I agree with sending a gender-neutral, sex-positive message, as it just so happens to happen, 100% of pregnancies happen to girls, with a startlingly low 0% in the male population. So... surprise! Girls have more to worry about as far as getting pregnant goes! And he does tell girls that they can masturbate too. But by the time he did, he'd gone about as in-depth into the masturbation process as he was going to for his fake children's book. He also talks about safe sex. Half the bloody thing is about safe sex. Like, the second half is literally "Here is what will happen to you if you don't have safe sex." You remind me of my 7th grade teacher.

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  10. Actually Spencer, some men have uteri and can get pregnant. Trans men are just as much men as cis men. They just happen to have uteri. So to correct your statement, 99.999...% of pregnancies happen to uterus-bearers, with the remainder occurring in the labs of mad scientists. And I agree that while this comic is humorous, it could be even better with more equal and thoughtful representation.

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  11. this just cracked me up so hard LOL

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  12. You should learn to properly use an apostrophe in "its/it's". Also, this is hetero-normative and cis-gender normative. And it's basically like "Go jerk off guys! Girls, you can masturbate but wait! Have sex! And babies out of a very small hole!"

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  13. This is NOT for kids! Stop trying to use it as a tool for teaching. It's purely for entertainment purposes. And, at that, fucking hilarious. :P

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  14. Jaylynn is completely right, dont insult her for sharing a wonderful, insightful opinion, and this was really funny! And she acknowledged that. How about we all allow ourselves to have a laugh, and allow ourselves to think about the world, which to me, is very Dr. Seuss indeed.

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  15. Folks, this is a humor post and as such, it's fabulous! How about offering thanks and gratitude to the author for his work - which he was kind enough to share with the rest of us - and save your criticisms for the sex ed instruction manuals given out by public schools. Or even better, put your irritation to work and join your local school board or PTO and help revoke abstinence-only sex ed so that our kids stop getting pregnant and/or infected before they reach legal age. Whatever. But stop criticizing what this book isn't and tell Simon Greiner how much you enjoy and appreciate his work. I do and I'm hoping there's more to come. If you can't do that, you may want to consider silence and moving on to the next website.

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  16. HTML 5 - I don't want to be rude or call people names, I just can't understand why some people are so blind to things that are just funny. There is no need for all the activist talk.

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  19. That's amusing haha, here's another amusing one, or shocking, depending how you see it. It's not as comical as this one and male virgins might find it a bit offensive. Alright, I'll leave to your own curiosity to conclude.

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  20. Suess nature of this is great, but unfortunately I have to offer a bit of criticism. You've done a lot to reinforce standard gender stereotypes.

    The section for guys reinforces the idea that it's ok to ogle girls, and masturbate. The section for girls is all about "be careful because you might be pregnant. Really? Is that the message you want to be sending?

    How about teaching girls that masturbating is a good thing and not something to be ashamed of? And what about teaching guys the importance of being respectful and mature about birth control?

    Also, where's the safer sex message Suess nature of this is great, but unfortunately I have to offer a bit of criticism. You've done a lot to reinforce standard gender stereotypes.

    The section for guys reinforces the idea that it's ok to ogle girls, and masturbate. The section for girls is all about "be careful because you might be pregnant. Really? Is that the message you want to be sending?

    How about teaching girls that masturbating is a good thing and not something to be ashamed of? And what about teaching guys the importance of being respectful and mature about birth control?

    Also, where's the safer sex message Suess nature of this is great, but unfortunately I have to offer a bit of criticism. You've done a lot to reinforce standard gender stereotypes.

    The section for guys reinforces the idea that it's ok to ogle girls, and masturbate. The section for girls is all about "be careful because you might be pregnant. Really? Is that the message you want to be sending?

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