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now you know! by nebezial now you know! by nebezial
a long time cooking inside joke between my wife and me of the immense protective power of a women's uterus!
in reference  to the general design approach in female gear that leaves exposed midriff region XD


yes...generally speaking we're both dumbasses... i think she picked u my dumbasserry XD
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Nutcase9 Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2014  Student General Artist
Any real person wearing fantasy armor would be killed so fast . . . even the men in this sort of story often have stupid useless sexy armor.
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MidnightTea7 Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2014  Professional General Artist
So you agree that there's a 'sexy' type of armor that doesn't force a person to expose 3/4 of her body?
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Nutcase9 Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2014  Student General Artist
Sure, but you never see it.
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MidnightTea7 Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2014  Professional General Artist
You said yourself that men oftentimes have stupid useless sexy armor :) So you do see it often. The difference between female and male armor is the percent of body shown and overall 'sexiness' is not as overt.
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Nutcase9 Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2014  Student General Artist
Which is really annoying.
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InsanityInArt Featured By Owner May 25, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
A much better answer than any I've heard before. Especially for when the heroine lacks invulnerability. 
Nice and humorous. One thing though, not all women have uteruses and not everyone with a uterus identifies as a woman. I know that this was made as a joke so I won't harp on about it, but I think that it should be acknowledged on this and your other picture featuring the powers of the womb. 
Sorry if it's already been said before.
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Phoenix-God-of-Fire Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2014
you must be SO fun at parties, bringing in your socio-political views into every discussion that has nothing to do with it. Please, tell me more, i want to hear about it SO MUCH.
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InsanityInArt Featured By Owner Jul 14, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I know right?
It's not as if that way of thinking actually harms anybody. It's not as if those "political views" you mentioned are actual experiences that real people have, right? Certainly, no one should ever seek to accommodate those of marginalized groups. I mean, women without uteruses? Non-women with uteruses? I must be making it all up.
And yes, when I go out to enjoy myself, I immediately bring up discrimination and oppression. How did you know? Thank you for sharing my enthusiasm on this topic. I don't see how this has nothing to do with the issues I brought up. Politely asking that someone verify when they are merely discussing cis women has nothing to do with women at all. 
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Phoenix-God-of-Fire Featured By Owner Jul 14, 2014
you took an infantismally small part of the joke, the fact that the words 'woman' and 'uterus' were mentioned, and then made EVERYTHING about that. You're a fucking clod and your opinions, valid or not, don't deserve to be heard. Not any more than if i stubbed my toe and yelled 'god dammit!' in pain, and you were one of those religious snobs who completely ignored the 'this fellow human being is in pain' part of teh situation and immediately went "do not use the lord's name in vain or you will go to hell!", focusing on the tiny, insignificant part that relates to your militaristic stance.

literally all that you manage to do is be a source of annoyance and bitterness, which makes people associate your cause with that exact same sentiment. there are places to discuss the nuances of the word 'woman' and its exact definition, and this is NOT the place!
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InsanityInArt Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Why yes, politely calling out cissexism in a world where trans people's lives are at constant risk is indeed not welcome here. It is not as if this is a public domain or anything, right? You seem to think that adding a single sentence in the description would be the very definition of oppression. 

What cause is it that you are talking about. This isn't about politics, but about the actual human beings that these types of things affect. My comment in no way, shape, or form attacked you personally. Indeed, you could have easily scrolled past and gone on your merry way. Many people think that woman = person with uterus and that is something that is harmful to an already marginalized group.

Thank you for bringing up such valid points! Of course complex and discussions and well thought out arguments have no place on this site. I see that now thanks to your comments. The definition of woman is far to hard to grasp. Someone who identifies as a woman is a woman. Even more difficult than rocket science, am I right? Don't even try, you may strain yourself.
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