and having the bustier girl being depicted as a curvier and voluptuous woman whereas the flat-chested woman is depicted as very thin.
Rampaige’s comics are sure as fuck not male privilege. SHE draws women of all types of body shapes. She does not believe all busy women are curvy and all non-busty women are skinny and if you did 30 seconds of research into her comics you’d see that. She is incredibly well-informed when it comes to body issues and her comics focus on the various problems busty women face. This particular comic is even more inclusive as it focuses on the problems of opposite body shapes.
In fact, that particular comic is showing that women of all body types envy eachother when they shouldn’t. You’re picking at the fact that she chose two polar opposite bodies when if she didn’t, her point wouldn’t have made sense. If she showed women of two similar body types what would be the point of the fucking comic? No, its about envying one body type when they probably envy yours too/ ‘The grass is always greener.’
It’s advising against this sort of body envy and focusing on other people’s bodies. Rampaige is super fucking inclusive and covers a wide range of body types, religions, ethnicities etc. You can’t just choose one comic that happens to show two stereotypical bodies and assume that’s her genuine view on busty women.
Read some more of her comics and you’ll see she draws busty women of all shapes and sizes.
Rampaige is seriously a fantastic body-positive person and she will post some very serious, feminism-based responses to questions about women and their bodies. She is not contributing to male privilege. She is doing the exact opposite and deserves a lot more appreciation for it.
I LOVE BUSTY GIRL COMICS. I absolutely adore this comic. I in no way agreed with the submitter.
BUSTY GIRL COMICS ARE AMAZING. THEY ARE THE BEST. I DID NOT AGREE WITH THAT SUBMITTER AT ALL.