Crime Against Nature: Beautifully illustrated children's book explores what "natural" really means

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8 Responses to “Crime Against Nature: Beautifully illustrated children's book explores what "natural" really means”

  1. mr_bloo_sky says:

    This reminds me of what a neuroscientist told me once, “There are no normal human brains, only average ones.”

  2. James Mapes says:

    Just a note – she spells her name with two N’s, so Gwenn Seemel.

  3. Lodewijk Gonggrijp says:

    If you find this interesting you really want to check out Humon’s comics.
    Example : http://humoncomics.com/crazy-hyenas
    Some of her comics might be considered slightly NSFW if you are of the easily offended sort.

  4. sarahnocal says:

    Natural? Some moms eat their babies! Some dads kill their children! Some boys rape girls! Some dads have sex with their daughters! It’s natural!

    Not really sure what animal sexuality has to do with humans. Natural does not = good.

  5. Girard says:

    “When a clownfish female is removed from her anemone home, the male turns into a female and one of their young becomes a mature male. The new pair continues to breed in the same anemone.”

    Suddenly Marlin’s extreme dedication to finding Nemo is cast into sharp, deeply perverse, relief.

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