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30 Comic Strips That Show Blatant Double Standard In Today’s Society

Whatever happened to humanity!

Comic strips, when done right, can be a powerful medium. Although we usually associate the art with humor and levity, comics can actually deliver profound messages that can make you stop and think.

Case in point, the strips below allow all of us to see and realize the rampant hypocrisy of the modern world. As you will see below, these thought-provoking comics about society’s double standards are tinged with so much wit, sarcasm, and reality it actually hurts.

Go scroll down to see for yourself.

#1. Public display of breasts.

Source: LA Times
#2. Really impossible to please people sometimes.

Source: Tumblr
#3. But that’s obscene!

#4. Same things, different labels.

Source: Reddit
#5. Appropriate vs inappropriate.

#6. Fat chicks can’t cosplay.

Source: DeviantArt
#7. Who’s the fake fan now?

Source: Tumblr
#8. Life can be so unfair for mothers…

Source: Facebook
#9. What is it about metal underwear anyway?!

#10. Labels, labels, labels…

Source: Robot-Hugs
#11. Girls and math.

Source: XKCD
#12. I love food!

Source: Tumblr
#13. Non-threatening strategies for women.

#14. Makeup vs no makeup.

#15. Why is she shouting?

Source: Alternet
#16. Equal outrage.

Source: ShortPacked
#17. Love handles.

Source: fborfw
#18. The dilemma of growing up as an Indian girl.

#19. Acceptable vs not acceptable.

#20. This sums it up very well…

Source: DeviantArt
#21. Abortion vs being a single mother

Source: Imgur
#22. Date me!

Source: pixiv
#23. “You need to dress more appropriately.”

#24. The disgusting culture of victim blaming.

Source: pixiv
#25. Society’s sad expectations of what it means to be a man.

Source: pixiv
#26. Dinners and boys.

#27. Dad bod.

#28. Things you can only do with boys.

#29. Double standard indeed!

Source: Dilbert
#30. “Not a real man” vs “You go girl!”

Source: Tumblr

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Photographer Hopes to Break Negative Image of Rats by Taking Cute Photos

These photos taken by French photographer Diane Özdamar are downright adorable.

When people hear about rats, lots of negative things come to mind. Dirty and smelly, they are pests that most people fear of and want to get rid of from their homes. However, there is a positive thing about rats that some people may not be aware about. For example, they are not only test subjects for scientific research, they can also be great pets.

Case in point, a French photographer spent years taking cute photos of rats to break them from their negative image. Diane Özdamar, 32, is an illustrator, photographer and graphic designer. She took photos of her pet rats as well as some rats of her friends. Her pictures are amazingly sweet and lovely. There are even some accessories and the typically horrible creatures are nowhere in sight- they too, could actually look cuddly and fluffy. Look at the pictures below:

For this little one, a flower can be used as a hat...

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16 Cat Tattoo Designs That Are Just Too Purrfect To Resist

Cat lover or not, you need to see this list — right now!

Tattoo designs have evolved from basic patches and typography, to the most eloquent of ideas. Heck, some would even prefer to have a popular city and/or landmark tattooed on their body. It just keeps evolving as time passes by. This list, in particular, is no exception. These tattoos are cute but witty at the same time.

Whether or not you are a cat lover, you cannot simply resist the beauty of these cat tattoo designs compiled by 9GAG. They are just purrfect (see what I did there?)! They might even inspire you to get your own, but be sure to find the right artist. Otherwise, it might turn out to be a CATastrophe.

So without further ado, here is a list of the cutest feline tattoos in the world. You can thank us later!...

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Artist Reimagines Classic Disney Characters Living in the Modern World

This guy’s “Alt Disney” series is actually witty and thought-provoking.

We here at EliteReaders love featuring and following artists that create witty, thought-provoking masterpieces, regardless of their medium or choice of genre. Recently, we discovered the work of Tom Ward, a graphic artist from the United Kingdom and, being huge Disney fans, we truly got excited with his stuff!

In a series of illustrations he called “Alt Disney,” Ward shows us what it would be like for classic characters from Disney’s animated films to live in the here and now – our modern world.

Ward posted the drawings on his social media pages and things just exploded from there. The artworks received a lot of shares, likes, and comments from netizens everywhere. Shortly thereafter, numerous viral news websites also started paying attention....

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