You know, I realize that I might not be the best artist out there, but that's not gonna stop me from creating art that I feel is important.
I HATE the fact the people have to be legitimately scared to come out. Why? Why do they have to constantly fear abandonment or hatred from their friends or family? Why can't they just love who they want and live in harmony?
Why does the average person have to make it a big goddamn deal?
I may have answers to some of those questions, but just talking about it isn't going to do much in this day of age. That is why I am starting up my Comics For Equality, a series of comics based in both real life settings and cartoon settings that support LGBT rights.
The comic above is based on a conversation I had with my friend. He came out to me, and I said pretty much the same thing RD said to Scoots. The whole concept of Scoots being gay and her tearfully telling RD was something I thought seemed like an interesting concept.
MLP is owned by Hasbro. Drawn in Photoshop CS5.
P.S. Are you an artist with significantly better drawing skills than me and found this comic profound and significant? If so, you can make your own version of this comic! (as long as you ask me first and credit my original work)
P.P.S. Because of the subject matter in this comic, I will not tolerate any hateful and/or negative slurs in the comments. Any comments that do contain such material will be instantly deleted and reported. I don't mind that you have your own opinions, but what I do mind is if you preach hateful language in a setting that is meant to be safe.