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Cartoon Description: The trinity is sitting at a table. God says to the Spirit, depicted as female, "Holy Spirit, let's start smashing the patriarchy today." The Spirit is delighted.

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Cartoon Disciples: A group of women is asking Jesus, "We don't understand why you had so many dedicated women disciples and were weren't included among the 12 and hardly even get mentioned at all!" Jesus points to a group of men who look caught and are writing the scriptures and says, "Ask them." I think Jesus had a bunch of followers and that many, if not most, were women. But the men who wrote the gospels and formed the earliest Christian communities felt compelled to make Jesus appear to be what they believed were the fulfillment of Old Testament prophecies. This included...

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THE WOMAN CAUGHT IN ADULTERY Description: A woman stands before a group of men who caught her in adultery. She’s in color. They’re in black and white. I drew this back in 2009. I wanted to show the contrast between her, alive and in color, and the men who caught her who live in a stone cold world of stern cruelty. The truth is they didn’t care about the woman at all. As usual, they were using the woman as a lesson, an example, as an object to prove their point, as a way to trap Jesus. I imagine the men walked...

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Whose Dreams Do You Fulfill? Description: The mother says to their son, "Fulfill your dreams!" The father says to their daughter, "Fulfill our dreams!"

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Description: A man and a woman are preaching. People say about the man: He’s so successful.He’s such a strong leader.He presents himself so well.His stuff is so original and popular.He holds a traditional view of gender.He’s so in touch with his pain. People say about the woman: She’s an ambitious diva.What a control freak.She’s such a flirt.She’s such a flake.She’s a feminist.She has a victim mentality. When we hold stereotypes in our mind and people don’t fit them, we react. The problem is at the root: these stereotypes that we are conditioned to cling to. No more stereotypes!

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