Justin Hubbell puts into words (and pictures!) what so many are feeling. We believe this comic is helpful to anyone at any place along the gender spectrum. We think you’ll agree.
Why is this “hot” for one person, but “nasty” for another?
Men don’t generally have to worry about being called sluts because we invented the word to put down women.
You hear these kinds of complaints from dudes all the time but to me it doesn’t make any sense.
Justin Hubbell examines the backlash against two women who dared speak up about popular video games.
Heroes are all around us, but especially in Ferguson.
It’s easy to daydream about the goals of a future society, but I think the only way we can accomplish those goals is through education and discussion. Part of that education is unlearning.
Justin Hubbell examines some complicated displays of sexism in his weekly comic.
Time after time we make up excuses for violence so that we can move forward without having to change or address the heart of problem
Have you ever heard yourself saying the wrong thing to the wrong person? and you knew it wasn’t cool to keep talking? but you did it anyway?
Are you doing these things? If so, Justin Hubbell has some helpful advice (and a great comic).
An instructional graphic.
Justin Hubbell wonders why, when he draws a male character, people automatically assume that guy is straight…
Justin Hubbell’s newest comic answers the critique that he’s stereotyping men, and he can’t help but wonder why these critiques are so inconsistent.
In part 3 of Justin Hubbell’s exploration of masculinity in gaming, the artist looks at how boys are growing up fast in gamer culture.
In this series, Justin Hubbell offers comics that take a humorous look at the complexities of today’s masculinity.