Activism Left Breast vs Right Breast: Nipples Discuss Hypocrisy

Published on February 14th, 2012 | by Joe Mohr

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Left Breast vs Right Breast: Nipples Discuss Hypocrisy

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February 14th, 2012 by


I had the idea to do this cartoon last October after reading this article on EcoSnobberySucks. But when I read in the latest issue of Mother Jones Magazine that Komen has long denied the toxic impact of bpa on human health, and after the recent Planned Parenthood debacle, I had to pile on,… I mean, finally draw the cartoon.

More on Komen’s hypocrisy…oh, and the “Coal Cares” ad

From Mother Jones: WATCH: Airing the Komen Foundation’s Dirty Pink Laundry [Saunders Cartoon]
From the Organic Trade Association: Cotton and the Environment (some crazy stuff in here)
From BelleSouth: Why you should have boycotted Komen before this week
From Treehugger: World’s Largest Coal Company Gives Out Free Asthma Inhalers to Kids (Not.)

Joe’s cartoon archive, twitter ramblings and StumbleUpon page

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is an Environmental/Political cartoonist for Planetsave, Elephant Journal, Wend Magazine, Twilight Earth, Ecopolitology, EcoSnobberySucks, and more... Joe also does a kids enviro-toon called Hank D and the Bee on EcoChildsPlay and NaturalPapa. Joe lives in University City, Missouri and spends his free time with his beautiful wife, enthusiastic daughter, and curious toddler of the same name. He also enjoys writing, drawing, painting, walking, biking, skateboarding, gardening, reading, listening to music, playing sports, and watching plays (especially the plays his wife's site-specific theatre company, Onsite Theatre puts on).   Visit Joe's online cartoon gallery at JoeMohrToons.com.



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