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This Sexist Cartoon That’s Making Everyone Freak Out, Is Actually Fetish Porn

What… Did I Just Read!

Earlier this week a sexist cartoon took the internet by storm and people are reacting to it. An artist called Sortimid released a cartoon showing a woman transforming from a bimbo to an intellectual girl.

Pretty shocking right? Well, the cartoon and the artist are being criticized for stereotyping women. Now the internet is learning that this cartoon turned out to be fetish porn. Yeah you read that right, just another regular day on the Internet.

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 Stereotyping women through cartoons.

A drawing of a blonde tanned woman in heels, transforming into a pale dark haired woman holding a book had social media freaking out, claiming that it was all about stereotyping the female gender.

In the cartoon, called De-Bimbofication published in DevianArt, seems like the transformation is all due to a book and its infinite knowledge. This has been criticized by people since its considered pretty offensive and sexist.

Image Credit: Sortimid
Image Credit: Sortimid

Something called cartoon porn.

Sortimid, the artist behind the cartoon, said the piece was commissioned for someone who wanted to see a “bimbo transformation” in reverse. Turns out this was posted in a cartoon porn community, and yes it’s called cartoon porn.

Guess we didn’t know that. The art piece is part of an erotic niche called “bimbo transformation.” Which is a fetish porn that involves hyper-sexualized and hyper-feminine drawings showing the transformation of a woman to a bimbo, like this one right here.

Image Credit: Sortimid
Image Credit: Sortimid

And it can happen to men too, meaning men transform into women too.

We see no books here, tho. According to Sortimid, it can be either humorous or dark.

Image Credit: Sortimid
Image Credit: Sortimid

People had a lot to say about it.

Image Credit: Facebook
Image Credit: Facebook

“According to this illustration, reading takes away muscle tone, besides that it makes you white, almost European. And makes you cut your hair.”

“To believe in this s** and support it is really is something else.”

The artist apologized about it.

After the cartoon went viral, Sortimid apologized for the flak and clarified that they didn’t expect the cartoon to be seen outside the transformation porn community. Sortimid also said that even when he regretted the misunderstanding people should really find context before criticizing, though their criticism is valid.

He also said “I apologize for advancing those stereotypes. I strive to create erotica that is both sexy and feminist. It seems, in this case, I have failed spectacularly and for that, I apologize. If there’s anything I can do to make up for it, please let me know.”

Image Credit: DevianArt
Image Credit: DevianArt

Source: BuzzFeed

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