#13 – where to begin

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  1. Okay I finally get heterosexuality just a little bit. He’s like, this dark presence jolting her out of the domestic norm. Ooooooh.

    1. god bless you, this is such a weird take

      1. It’s always so weird to watch (presumably non-heterosexual) people like ribbit acting like heterosexuality is some strange, disturbing, unnatural thing to be held up with tongs and looked at warily, like it’s not the basic foundation of, y’know, human society and evolution. An odd take indeed.

        1. Mr. Potato Patato Von Spudsworth III

          I think it’s BECAUSE heterosexual relationships are so heavily defined by societal expectation that they are perceived as peculiar by many within the queer community. A homosexual relationship is free from the established roles, dynamics, and expectations of a heterosexual relationship, making relationships that adhere to those roles feel somewhat alien.

          Of course neurologically speaking, humans are far too complex for any kind of generalization, be it of relationships or sexuality. We just see patterns where we want to, and instinctively adhere to perceived roles while in public.

        2. I do think there’s a clear dynamic at play in a lot of domestic heterosexual relationships that forms almost unknowingly over a period of time. Homosexuals can also fall into this as well but it’s less likely. I feel like a healthy relationship should be clearly defined out and can mold itself naturally. I think playing with the societal norms of relationships seems fun.

  2. Imagine thinking that the world is made of pudding @ take a sec. “””Heterophobia””” is so fucking different dynamics wise that it’s not even comparable. Please don’t be obtuse, I BEG of you!!! 😀

    1. I call it “asymmetry”, and you’re right of course. That said take a sec didn’t call it ‘heterophobia’, just saying he’s bewildered by a take that looks at the mundane as alien. But what they seem to have missed though, is that ribbit literally just gained an insight through this strip (and a sexy one, too). There wasn’t any need to be defensive about it methinks

  3. OMG, that moment when you want to be intimate with your partner after so much time not being able to and the little MF you both created goes and cockblocks you like that… As a parent, that made me laugh way too much….

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