The Adventures of Lacey Brazeer.
September 22, 2000 8:26 AM   Subscribe

The Adventures of Lacey Brazeer. [Yet Another] Feminist comic strip. Courtesy, unsurprisingly, of Charlotte. I found this screamingly funny; YMMV.
posted by baylink (9 comments total)
I didn't know it was particularly "feminist" to make fun of men's penis sizes. Did the rules change and someone forgot to send me the memo?

FWIW, I think this comic is about as feminist as Phyllis Schlafly.
posted by likorish at 8:43 AM on September 22, 2000

Some people are questioning just how feminist this really is.
posted by harmful at 8:44 AM on September 22, 2000

i'm shocked, SHOCKED that has something that might be offensive to women on its pages.

no, really.

it pains me that crap like this gets money from hearst while lynda barry sees her strip-collection books go out of print (although 'the greatest of marlys' just came out). it doesn't surprise me -- the publishers of cosmo being insulting to women? this is new how? -- but it sure as hell is dispiriting.
posted by maura at 9:07 AM on September 22, 2000

That stupid strip reminds me of some sort of "feminist" (note the sarcastic quotes) version of a Chick tract comic. Bleh.
posted by stefnet at 9:25 AM on September 22, 2000

I like how the superhero accuses the boss of "judging women by their bodies" when in previous panel she says "you want to explain why you promoted a new pair of breasts over your most qualified employee?"

Um, hello Pot? It's Kettle. You're black.
posted by mathowie at 9:47 AM on September 22, 2000

this sort of thing only stirs animosity between the sexes, which is *not* what feminism is (should be??) about. Lacey Brazeer is about as feminist as "euuuu, boy cooties!"
posted by Sapphireblue at 10:19 AM on September 22, 2000

I dunno; maybe my tastes in humor are getting more lowbrow with age... I still hate Benny Hill, FWIW.

As for "supermammary", I hadn't noticed that the cartoon drawings showed her looking all *that* big...
posted by baylink at 12:57 PM on September 22, 2000

It's not even a good comic. Bad design. It reads like a stunted newspaper strip.
posted by davidgentle at 3:16 PM on September 22, 2000

maybe a response strip is called for: Captiain Prostate! A colourful comic book designed to deal with all prostate related issues!
SEE Captin Prostate finger another man's anus!
THRILL as he he helps a man without a prostate cum!
"Guggling gorilla's! I can see with my x-ray vision that John's prostate has grown into a cancer the size of a fist! Must. Get. Callipers... Mustn't. Black. Out..."
posted by davidgentle at 6:48 PM on September 22, 2000

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