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    Now that's what I call humour!!
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    I think The cartoonist is trying to tell us they have a secret.

    A sister in the closet?

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    Tina V.

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    A bit “meh”, but not at all offensive.

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    It validates what is there. We exist. This is one of my favorites:

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    At Easter season around here they often "Dress the cross", drape a purple length of fabric over the arms of a large cross, out front of the church. A running joke is "the preacher was seen cross dressing".

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    These are good

    For anyone who's read my "struggling..." thread... this is the comic that my massage therapist gave me:

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    Q. how do porcupines have sex? A. very carefully!

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    ROFL, "why would a rabbit be shacking up with a porcupine"

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    I think that cartoonist is one of us.


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    I think you are right KarenSusan. He even took the time to draw a pinterst site with women's clothing on display ! If he isn't he sure understands us pretty well ! LOL

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    Very funny, it keeps us laugh at yourself.
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    Even in the mainstream media back when.
    Who would ever expect Dagwood to "equal" his wife Blondie for looks?
    Written by Chic Young or his son Dean Young
    Still a laugh to be had in a Sunday funny

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    Hey Blondie had so many cute Dresses Dagwood was always getting into them

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    Here are a few more func1.jpg main stream ones


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    I’ve given this some thought over the years and from my Midwest perspective, I believe both. For us, they’re funny, because we can identify and have empathy with that brand of humor....but I never hear any comments from my friends about a cding joke, cartoon strip, or cartoon. One example, a friend of mine, told us he wears pantyhose when he hunts. The “teasing” that followed was cruel and not funny. Some have continued to tease him. I don’t know or care what he wears or if he cd, but I think he’s sorry he said anything. I saw a cartoon once showing a laborer with a hard hat and jackhammer. The balloon showed him in a dress. No one got it...I did and smiled.

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    Bugs Bunny has been dolling up on practically a weekly basis for forever and telling us it is fun

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    I think Bugs may have inspired Bart Simpson

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    [QUOTE=Robbiegirl;4259914]I think Bugs may have inspired Bart Simpson

    Haha
    Principal Skinner "Oh no! Bart got into the school's cheer closet"
    Homer "I'd say he's coming out of the closet"
    Haha that always stuck with me. Wonder why

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    Neither the rabbit or the porcupine are wearing anything In the first comic!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dana digs sweaters View Post
    Bugs Bunny has been dolling up on practically a weekly basis for forever and telling us it is fun]
    A rabbit after my own heart. I wonder why you can only find Bugs on Youtube (and a few other places) nowadays......
    Here today, gone tomorrow....

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    Robbie,
    I think it is very funny, don't overthink the cartoon at all.

    I feel that cartoons that poke fun at us does help us feel how others perceive our lifestyle.

    Stay positive about any cartoon and you will appreciate them even more.
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    and beauty will follow.

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    Even comics of old had crossdressing around our superheroes
    Jimmy Olsen was quite adept at crossdressing in emergencies
    Such a skill we all should have

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    The first cross dressing cartoon I ever saw was in a December issue of Playboy. I thought it was humorous but had to keep my mouth shut and stifle the chuckle. The cartoon showed a man in front of a full length mirror donning a dress with the caption of "Now we don our gay apparel!"

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    Funny joke.

    As the Doc says we should always be prepared to laugh at ourselves.

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    One issue we face is educating the public who we are. Most of the negativity comes from (I think) people who have never actually seen a crossdresser, or transgender person. The cartoons posted on here, are not mean spirited, and may actually soften the impact of us on the public, so I'll say this helps. Or at least I like them anyway.
    Stephanie

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    Quote Originally Posted by stephNE View Post
    One issue we face is educating the public who we are. Most of the negativity comes from (I think) people who have never actually seen a crossdresser, or transgender person.
    Maybe not in person Steph.
    With RuPaul's Drag Race on for it's 10th year, is there really anyway no one is not clued in to a man dressed as a woman.
    How heavily advertised is that show across television viewing?
    There was Milton Berle on practically every week in drag.
    Flip Wilson most certainly was dolled up as Geraldine every week.
    Klinger from M*A*S*H* gave us a man in a dress every week.
    Bosom Buddies had 2 seasons of the closest we could have of an inside view to our world.
    All of this in good fun.
    Otherwise we had transvestites as assassins, killers, hookers and whatever else Hollywood could dream up for a man dressed as a woman.

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