Originally published on Everyday Feminism and republished here with their permission.
How can we in the LGBTQIA+ community help fight misogyny? The sad but necessary truth is that we have to start from within.
This comic shows how objectification, oppressive beauty standards, and other forms of misogyny show up in LGBTQIA+ communities.
Learn why and how we must unlearn these behaviors to create the safe and welcoming space we hope for.
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Anna Bongiovanni is a Contributing Comic Artist for Everyday Feminism. They are a genderqueer cartoonist, zine-maker, and educator living in Minneapolis. They draw comics on gender, feminism, and queer issues. Besides Everyday Feminism, they also draw monthly comics for Autostraddle. A graduate in Comic Art from Minneapolis, they are currently working on their second graphic novel. More of their art can be seen on Patreon.com and on their blog. Follow them on Twitter @grease_bat.
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