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So Much Depends On Leftover Panties

Ever wonder the critical reasoning process of certain Barnard students? Fret no more! Bwog’s resident cartoonist Julia Stern can take you on her comic tour of  a stream of consciousness fueled by gender equality, sex seminars, and Margaret Mead. In Julia’s “Grin and Bear It” cartoon series— based on the MyLifeIsBarnard Twitter feed, watch how a pair of leftover panties can inspire philosophical crisis.

What would Margaret Mead say?

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  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous haha this is cute

  • William Carlos Williams says:

    @William Carlos Williams so much depends


    on Barnard

    white alone and

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous margaret mead would love it.

  • someone says:

    @someone execute a vaginal swab, run pcr and figure out who these panties belong to… and check for stds.

  • youknow says:

    @youknow lolssssssss

  • ugh says:

    @ugh this is so offensive to barnard.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Bwog, please stop having anything to do with MyLifeIsBarnard.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous This is actually so true

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous this is wonderful.

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