In Glynn’s words:
“Gay men to” started as a comedic observation of conflict in the gay men’s community (“Gay Men to Gay Men”), but then started to branch out to other identities. It makes me think of how gender and sexual identities exist in relation to one another, the tensions and threads that run through some identities and, simultaneously, the walls that divide (“protect”?) them from one another.
Find the first installment of “Gay Men to…” here, and check out “Gay Men to Everyone Else” and “Gay Men to Themselves (with bonus panels)” after the jump!