Through Science to Justice - Part 3/3
February 22, 2022
Through Science to Justice - Part 3/3
Through Science to Justice - Part 3/3
Through Science to Justice - Part 3/3
Through Science to Justice - Part 3/3
Through Science to Justice - Part 3/3
Through Science to Justice - Part 3/3
Through Science to Justice - Part 3/3
Through Science to Justice - Part 3/3
Through Science to Justice - Part 3/3
Through Science to Justice - Part 3/3
Changes:

June 7, 2022 - This comic originally stated that the words "transvestite" and "transsexual" are today considered to be outdated and offensive. Numerous readers pointed out that this is not universally true, so the paragraph has been modified.


References:

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Bauer, Heike. The Hirschfeld Archives: Violence, Death, and Modern Queer Culture. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2017.

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Moulson, Geir. “Germany to compensate gay men investigated after WWII.” AP News. The Associated Press, March 13, 2019. Accessed May 5, 2021.

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Comments

NeilKapit 2/22/2022, 7:42 PM edit delete reply
Thank you so much for this. Hirschfeld’s story is important to tell and you told it beautifully.
lirvilas 2/22/2022, 8:05 PM edit delete reply
This is perhaps the most amazing comic I have seen yet on Comic Fury. Absolutely professional grade.

I don't say this lightly. You have set a high bar... do continue!
KidCthulhu 2/23/2022, 4:00 AM edit delete reply
This is very impressive; it's simultaneously informative and powerful.

I'm curious to see what else you have up your sleeve.
SarahSophia 2/27/2022, 7:20 PM edit delete reply
There is no praise I could give that would seem other than vulgar in comparison, so I will simply say a deeply held "Thank You for this".
Song4Zola 3/5/2022, 11:41 AM edit delete reply
Fantastic & beautifully illustrated. Never stop making art.