2. Hip hop production
4. Finishing up law school
First, it makes fun of all these annoying features about ads and photography projects that use "real women" or "realistic women" as models and demand that we give whatever magazine or clothing line used them a pat on the back.
I'm a feminist and I guess in some ways I should be in favor of this facet of the body-positive movement, but I don't know, it's just too smarmy and obnoxious. It ultimately has no real meaning and doesn't help anything. And what the fuck is a "real" woman? Skinny women and morbidly obese women are just as real as average-figured women. So this cartoon makes fun of the use of that term.
Second, the long-form cartoon makes fun of the less widespread "Disney princesses wearing modern clothes" concept that I see on places like Tumblr.
Here's the latest version of another of my real woman princesses:
Check this out on Chirbit
If you want to see my finished work, go to my SoundCloud page. I still haven't gotten around to buying a good microphone, so I don't have any vocals for you, sorry.