This is an old “24-hour comic” I made on the isolation I’ve experienced as a trans person. Technically it’s a failed attempt, because I didn’t complete it within the required 24 hour period. But I ended deciding to finish it anyways because I thought it said something important on an issue that’s hardly talked about.
Posted in Comic, LGBT, TEXTUALS WITH VISUALS, webcomic
Tagged 24 hours comic, acceptance of trans people, Comic, Comic book marathon, intolerance in Gatineau, intolerance in Montréal, montreal potholes, trans isolation, transphobia
NATNOTE: The candidate in this comic strip was rendered as genderqueer in order to be more reflective of the electorate.
Posted in COMIC STRIP, COMMENTARY, TEXTUALS WITH VISUALS, webcomic
Tagged COMICstrip, DIGITAL CONGRESS, digital democracy, gender-neutral candidate, genderqueer, gov system, next-gen gov, real-democracy, reduced-politicians, update, webcomic