Tag: cartoon fun

A Sabrina Symington Cartoon

| Jun 24, 2019 | Reply

Who do we turn to for a chuckle or an outright laugh in these troublesome times? Sabrina Symington of course. No matter the topic Sabrina manages to bring some humor to it. Today it’s about the culture clash. City mouse and country mouse, so to speak.

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A Sabrina Symington “Bria” Cartoon

| Apr 1, 2019 | Reply

Some burger joints have a lot of different marketing gimmicks. Some advertise grass fed beef. Others say their burger patties are never frozen. And the trend is to go organic with patties from cows that have no added hormones. When Bria goes out for a burger and fries she is always prepared.

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A Sabrina Symington Cartoon: Shields Up!

| Mar 4, 2019 | Reply

Many people cope with their gender identity issues in many different ways. Some follow a clear path to the gender they need to live in and others struggle to decide what path to start down. What doesn’t help many people is the way they hid their true nature from the rest of the world. Today Bria illustrates how harmful all the hiding can be.

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A Sabrina Symington Cartoon — Year’s End

| Jan 7, 2019 | Reply

Bria made a New Year’s resolution and it seems as if she’s already broken it. Could it be? She said she was done talking to that bearded weirdo who seems to either hate her for who she is, or maybe is so attracted to who she is that his 4th grade brain wants to pull her hair to get her attention. But what’s this? It turns out that she hasn’t broken any of her resolutions.

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A Sabrina Symington Cartoon — Butt Pat

| Nov 12, 2018 | 1 Reply

Those who fail to learn anything about transgender people must get by using their imaginations to ponder just what kind of shady things “those people” might be getting up to. Of course they could try and learn about transgender people and then know that they “get up to” the same sorts of things all people are interested in. Today’s Sabrina Symington cartoon illustrates just one of their activities.

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A Sabrina Symington Toon! TERF Wars

| Sep 17, 2018 | Reply

Sabrina takes another swipe with her drawing program at trans-exclusionary radical feminists, TERFs. While saying they’re trying to promote one thing they seem to actually promote things that are harmful for trans women. Sabrina finds the humor in the situation when a trans woman debates a TERF.

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A Sabrina Symington Cartoon for 7/23/18

| Jul 23, 2018 | Reply

Today, as always, Sabrina Symington uses her cartooning talent to highlight some aspect of trans life. This time she tells a short tail that makes you wonder why those who believe that trans women aren’t “real” women need to be so angry and aggressive about it. They seem to take their objections and lack of tolerance to new heights. In the case of the TERF portrayed in this cartoon they do so literally.

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A Sabrina Symington Cartoon 6/25/18

| Jun 25, 2018 | Reply

There is nothing like a cartoon to point out hypocrisy and double standards. That’s why we love Sabrina Symington. Today she takes aim at people who are prime examples of cognitive dissonance, who hold one idea about one group of people’s rights and another idea about their own rights.

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A Sabrina Symington Cartoon — 4/30/18

| Apr 30, 2018 | Reply

Our cartoonist, Sabrina Symington, had an unfortunate occurrence. Some creep stole her laptop and all her cartoons in progress. But Sabrina would not miss a deadline! She got out some old school paper and crayons and drew today’s cartoon by hand! Then took a picture of her work with her cell phone camera. Deadline made! See what Dykey Dinosaur has to say about the dinosaurs in Jurassic Park.

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A Sabrina Symington Cartoon for 4/2/18

| Apr 2, 2018 | Reply

Finding your true identity is a powerful thing. Today Bria finds hers and her detractors shiver and quake in fear at her awesome presence. Beware ye who click here — but click you surely must to see the latest Sabrina Symington cartoon.

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Author interview: Sabrina Pandora

| Mar 12, 2018 | Reply

Sophie Lynne, our Page Pundit, interviews Sabrina Pandora, a “writer, a comic book creator, an auction manager, a wife and a counselor.” Ms. Pandora is best known for her work on the Giant Girl comic books. She has published 40 short stories on her DeviantART page and has written a book titled All Dolled Up: An Odd Modern Romance. Sophie asks the questions and Ms. Pandora gives answers that are intriguing. Learn more about this Renaissance woman from Giant Girl to her Star Trek fan fiction, and more.

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A Sabrina Symington Toon! What Makes a Woman?

| Jan 8, 2018 | Reply

Today Sabrina Symington takes on the TERFs, that’s the Trans-Exclusionary Radical Feminists, who will not accept trans women as women. Which leads them to go out of their way to find reasons why transgender females are not women. Sabrina enters the fray with several verbal weapons. See how she defeats the TERF in today’s Sabrina Toon.

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Sabrina Toon: Talking With Bigots

| Oct 16, 2017 | Reply

Sabrina Symington’s cartoon incarnation, Bria, is back for this month’s cartoon commentary on the state of the world regarding transgender people. In today’s toon Bria is Talking With Bigots. That saves us all from the odious task. See what Bria makes of their protestations about trans people.

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Retro Rerun — Lexy Tranner, Weekend CD

| Jul 24, 2017 | Reply

Today’s Retro Rerun is an cartoon from Kyra Kelly. Kyra did cartooning for us for several years. This toon is from 2011 and features her constant heroine, Lexy Tranner, Weekend CD. See if you can relate to Lexy’s situation.

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A Sabrina Symington Cartoon

| Dec 19, 2016 | Reply

Why is it that some people seem to get so upset about gay or trans people? What could be the reason they feel they have to make their revulsion known to one and all? Could it be something that’s been bugging them for a long time that they just don’t want to accept? What might happen if the right stimulus came along at just the right time? Say when some vehement gay hater just couldn’t contain all that hate anymore? Sabring Symington has a cartoon that comically illustrates what could happen.

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A Sabrina Symington Toon

| Oct 17, 2016 | Reply

Being forced to live in the wrong gender can make problems in a person’s life. Sometimes they don’t even realize that their problems are related to their gender issues. Sabrina Symington presents the story of one person who made a realization about their pre-transition behavior after they started to live as their true self.

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When they call Us selfish

| Sep 19, 2016 | Reply

Sometimes it seems like trans folk are held to a different standard than everyone else. Today Sabrina Symington uses her cartoon art to comment on other people who can be just as “selfish” when it comes to their lives.

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Princess Mononoke Isn’t a Real Womyn

| Jul 25, 2016 | 1 Reply

Our resident cartoonist Sabrina Bria Symington has another commentary on the trials and tribulations of being transgender. Today a young woman, a princess no less, wants to join a course on womyn’s studies. However the professor in charge, Dr. Terfburger, has some problems about allowing the woman to sign up for the class. Scroll down after you read the first two panels to learn just what her reservations are.

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A Cartoon by Sabrina

| Jun 27, 2016 | 1 Reply

Our resident cartoonist Sabrina Bria Symington has another commentary on this thing we call transgender. Today she points out that there are many, many different women in the world and they have many characteristics besides, as The Big Bopper sang, “That wiggle in the walk, and giggle in the talk.” They are all unique and some have characteristics that just might make us feel better about ourselves.

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Christine-Jane Retrospective

| Jun 20, 2016 | Reply

Our crossdresser cartoonist passed away in February of this year. Relive eleven of her cartoons from the past year in a TGForum slideshow. The slides will change every 10 seconds till they reach the eleventh cartoon.

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Cartoon by Sabrina

| May 30, 2016 | Reply

A new cartoonist joins us today. In her TGF debut Sabrina Bria Symington tackles two topics that have been big news in the USA. One for quite some time and the other one that just seemed to pop up within the past few months. Sabrina is a Canadian and she is able to peer over the USA’s northern border to comment on things those south of the border may be too close to see objectively. Give her debut 3-panel toon a look and see what you think.

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Retro Cartoon Fun

| May 16, 2016 | Reply

Cartoons have always been featured on TGForum, ever since the early days. Today we bring back a contribution by the cartoonist known on TGF as Steffi. The featured cartoon is from 1997. Note that one of the “ladies” depicted in the conversation circle is smoking. How retro. The cartoon may be from 1997 but it still is a valid depiction of some members of the trans community today.

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A Christine-Jane Cartoon 3/16

| Mar 21, 2016 | Reply

Christine-Jane has been commenting on the crossdressing lifestyle for years. First appearing in trans-magazines and newsletters before there was an Internet, she now comes to TGForum to skewer crossdresser foibles and fears with her pens and pencils. Today she comments on the dangers of living two lives with one body. Sometimes the two lives collide.

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A Christine-Jane Cartoon 2/16

| Feb 22, 2016 | Reply

Christine-Jane has been commenting on the crossdressing lifestyle for years. First appearing in trans-magazines and newsletters before there was an Internet, she now comes to TGForum to skewer crossdresser foibles and fears with her pens and pencils. Today she veers toward unabashed whimsey.

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A Christine-Jane Cartoon 1/16

| Jan 25, 2016 | 1 Reply

Christine-Jane has been commenting on the crossdressing lifestyle for years. First appearing in trans-magazines and newsletters before there was an Internet, she now comes to TGForum to skewer crossdresser foibles and fears with her pens and pencils. Today she shows that gentle sea breezes may not be your friend.

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A Christine-Jane Cartoon 12/15

| Dec 28, 2015 | Reply

Christine-Jane has been commenting on the crossdressing lifestyle for years. First appearing in trans-magazines and newsletters before there was an Internet, she now comes to TGForum to skewer crossdresser foibles and fears with her pens and pencils. Today she comments on why it’s not always right to judge a book, or a crossdresser, by it’s cover.

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