in the last panel he smiles for half a second before making sure to keep a serious face and I’m sure other people have pointed it out but still its lovely
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Anonymous asked, "how far/for how long do you see tumblr feminism/social justice spreading before it dies down? Do you think that it will become the primary mindset for young people with regards to political/social issues?"
I think the key distinction here is *tumblr*-style feminism/social justice.
Anybody who is not a backwards, ignorant caveman agrees with the fundamental ideas behind the “social justice” movement, and I think it’s a very good thing that those ideas have become a bigger part of the conversation over the last 10-20 years.
However, the tumblr version of that is a bunch of shrill, perpetually angry armchair activists who do more harm than good. The way they act does nothing but damage the credibility of the causes they advocate for, because anybody who isn’t also a crazy person will be instantly turned off by their insanely extreme, cartoonish version of “social justice.”