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This story ignores any criticism thrown at it and resorts continuously to using Strawman arguments in order to prove its point. Whenever a legitimate point against veganism is brought up, it is shot down with faulty information at best. It repeatedly claims that humans are not naturally omnivores, but frugivores, in spite of all evidence. In a similar vein, it goes out of its way to claim that milk does not provide nutrition for humans past infancy. Overall, this webcomic is merely a shameless attempt by the author to promote her views and is best ignored. Any attempt to criticize will be ignored. You have been warned.
I always ignore webcomics.
I usually ignore random comments that have nothing to do with the review in question but the one above me is so self-centred that I had to comment on it.
Actually, she doesn't always ignore critics. Sometimes, she instead launches smear campaigns against them. (The character "Cuntons," for example, is a shot at a critic. And she's also attacked the Tumblr blog "fucknovegans" and its contributors.)
The funny part is, she's (accidentally) right about humans being frugivores. It's just that she doesn't know what a frugivore (an herbivore or omnivore for which fruit is a preferred staple) actually is, and thinks that it means "a naturally vegan animal."
@Farsee Lolotea: good point. Still, this Webcomic is just horrible. How can the author be that self righteous?
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