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Tits and Clits
 
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Tits and Clits

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A satirical and smart series that deserves more recognition in the underground comix/feminist canons. Every volume is loaded with sex, but dismissing the series as porn indicates a judgmental, unobservant eye-- the comic explores the shifting and stagnant views of sex in the 1970s, subjects both frivolous and heavy and badly in need of critical examination. Some of the vignettes have lost relevance with the passage of time but many are just as true today as they were thirty years ago.
Dave Riley
Having been mightily impressed with Mary Fleener's Life of the Party I just had to go looking for this collection she worked on back in the day of the undergrounds.

So far great stuff . A real refreshing change from all that comic book machismo and gross misogyny... and a reminder of how pervasive is Feminism.

"Tits & Clits Comix was an all-female underground comics anthology put together by Joyce Farmer and Lyn Chevely, published from 1972 to 1987. In addition to Farmer and Chevely, contribu...more
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