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Cartoonist Liza Donnelly, a frequent contributor to The New Yorker, talks about her new cartoon collection, Women on Men, about relationships.
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The naked Truth & Beauty, what more could a man ask for? :-D
Truth & Beauty - taken in good spirit, but curtains on the human race because you can't take a bit of what you dish out? I expect more from you.
@ henry from md: Only for men who don't like women. Hem hem...
Put down jokes aimed at women would also be offensive. These are unsophisticated and unfunny. I expect more from the New Yorker.
Truth & Beauty - that might be a blessing
@ Wayne Johnson Ph.D. from Bk: Because men know that if they do that, they'll never see us naked again. :-D
Why doesn't the New Yorker feature cartoons which poke fun at women in a comparable way that women make fun of men?
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