The problem isn't that The Wotch is a lazy, money-grubbing exercise in shallow, poorly-drawn transgender fanservice - although it is - it's that it validates every sexist stereotype in existence, to the point where brainwashing women to make them "girlier" is portrayed as a good thing
If you're a guy in The Wotch, chances are you aren't going to stay that way for more than a page before being hit with a "KA-GIRL!" spell and losing your Y-chromosomes, possibly permanently. Don't worry, though! You will find yourself in one of three situations:
1) Exactly like before, but with tits. Only really affects the character Robin, but WHAT TITS THEY ARE! Being a girl, "Robyn" can now distract and manipulate men with her "vast tracts of land". The joke is that this is a Monty Python reference (also: Star Wars).
2) Realising you want to be a girl. Not because you're actually transgendered
or anything, goodness no, because gender in The Wotch has nothing to do with personal identity whatsoever. Instead, you will discover you love shopping, cheerleading, giggling, showing off your boobs, trying on dresses and making boys do things for you, because being a teenage girl is so much easier
3) Realising you don't want to be a girl, at which point you will be brainwashed into believing (2). Forever. Everyone will agree that you're better off that way. If you get turned into an Asian girl, you also beginning speak broken Engrish desu desu sugoi~! =^_^=
This works out well for both jocks (because girls are inherently incapable of bullying, which is all jocks do) and nerds (because all nerds are nice and caring, which makes them better off as girls). No other kinds of men exist.
of the comic is also dreadful - the art tries to use "it's simple!" as an excuse to ignore basic anatomy; the cast have no personalities beyond "the (adjective) one"; the pacing is nonexistent; the main character is an invincible Mary Sue - but the sexism is what makes it beyond redemption. It reeks of a wank fantasy for socially-inept men who think women have it too easy (y'know, the "It's not fair, girls just get
asked out!" stuff). Even if the other flaws were fixed, which they won't be because that would require effort, it'd still be one of the most repellent things ever written.