British cartoonist Gemma Correll is frustrated with magazines geared toward women, so she uses art to poke fun at the stereotype.
"l'll buy a crappy Cosmo or whatever, and then I just hate myself for buying it," Correll, 30, told BuzzFeed News. "I just think it’s so funny."
Correll hopes her feminist humor can be a starting point for young girls first exploring gender issues.
"I think the best way to get important issues across is to use humor," Correll said.
She's been drawing professionally for seven years, and has several books to her name.
In addition to magazines, she also expertly skewers trends she sees online.
Correll tries to draw comics that appeal to everyone — not just women — but that effort doesn't stop some men from trolling her, she said.
"I think if you're annoying people, you're definitely doing something," Correll said.
She also tackles other issues in the news, like Tom Cruise's involvement in Scientology.
Though some of her comics are just about sharing a good, honest pun.
Because if there's one thing everyone can agree on, it's pugs.
H/T Huffington Post