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6:40pm April 7, 2014
Today’s webcomic is actually one that is a bit more well-known than the others I’ve been showing. This also brings in why I have the list called “lesbian/lady queer webcomics”. I’m bringing in the “lady queer” part so you can better understand. 
Chaos Life summary: “ChaosLife is a semi-autobiographical comic. It focuses on a queer relationship between A. Stiffler and K. Copeland, who create the comic! It also delves into politics, GSM issues, mental health, pop culture, cats and other randomness.”
My part: The “lady queer” part goes for all the “other” categories. I don’t want to say that the list is only lesbian webcomics when it may include bisexuals, demisexuals, all the sexuals, asexuals, trans ladies, or in this case, agender. One of the characters identifies as agender (which could probably explain why she doesn’t draw herself as more feminine). Due to the fact that she is physically female and the other person identifies as a non-straight female, it follows the requirements I have for the list. 
The actual comic itself is hilarious. It’s the situations we can identify with or laugh it. It’s informative. It’s well made. I can’t say I can add much more than what their summary already has, but I definitely recommend reading it. It doesn’t focus on LGBTQ issues like many other comics with gay characters, but they do come up on occasions. It’s mainly a comic of two people who have cats and have thoughts.

Today’s webcomic is actually one that is a bit more well-known than the others I’ve been showing. This also brings in why I have the list called “lesbian/lady queer webcomics”. I’m bringing in the “lady queer” part so you can better understand. 

Chaos Life summary: “ChaosLife is a semi-autobiographical comic. It focuses on a queer relationship between A. Stiffler and K. Copeland, who create the comic! It also delves into politics, GSM issues, mental health, pop culture, cats and other randomness.”

My part: The “lady queer” part goes for all the “other” categories. I don’t want to say that the list is only lesbian webcomics when it may include bisexuals, demisexuals, all the sexuals, asexuals, trans ladies, or in this case, agender. One of the characters identifies as agender (which could probably explain why she doesn’t draw herself as more feminine). Due to the fact that she is physically female and the other person identifies as a non-straight female, it follows the requirements I have for the list. 

The actual comic itself is hilarious. It’s the situations we can identify with or laugh it. It’s informative. It’s well made. I can’t say I can add much more than what their summary already has, but I definitely recommend reading it. It doesn’t focus on LGBTQ issues like many other comics with gay characters, but they do come up on occasions. It’s mainly a comic of two people who have cats and have thoughts.

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