Crispian Jago has already made skeptically themed cards, but he has trumped himself this time around.
Now, he brings us Simpsonized Skeptics:
You now have a goal in life: To get drawn by Crispian.
At time of reading, the images aren’t working.
Thanks, Matt. Fixed!
Ariane Sherine’s special power of giving Dawkins a hard on is sexist, degrading and offensive. I know this is supposed to be witty, but sexism is sexism even if it’s wrapped in humor.
Oh you see, now I HAVE to become a famous novelist (who’s known to be an Atheist), even if just to be made into a card.
I want my own god damn card, god dammit!
Come on nonfiction, I know you are being witty, but other people might not.
Ariane Sherine would give any heterosexual man a stiffy. I’m almost as old as Dawkins and I can see that.
If only I were famous enough to justify a cartoon!
I’m going to agree with nonfictions. I somewhat doubt that a sexy, male atheist would ever be described as having the ability to make Julia Sweeney wet.
Zach, speak for yourself! LOL!
Hey Hemant! Where’s your card?
I took a look at the rest of them and they’re all funny.
I somewhat doubt that a sexy, male atheist would ever be described as having the ability to make Julia Sweeney wet.
What? Isn’t that Hemant’s power?
Perhaps you’re right; Hemant is a sexy male atheist, after all.
It’s not necessarily sexist. It’s subjectively degrading depending on your values. In the words of Stephen Fry “Well it’s offensive. So fucking what?”.
An argument from personal incredulity.
Because it would be unchivalrous (it is much more offensive to say a woman is aroused than arousing), and — more importantly — it would just seem too improbable, because of reasons apparent to anyone who has observed male and female human beings.
Am I in there somewhere?
I am a moderately well-known skeptic, and am imminently Simpsonizable (fat, bald, bearded, etc.)