NOT JUST A RIVER IN EGYPT - BRIDGED
However, I'm modifying this report, because as I've posted this, the guys in our industry have raged defensively against how women and girls are treated, and demanded to know where it's happening, so they can defend their colleagues and fellow fans.
If this has made everybody so touchy they simply will not tolerate the abuse, whether on the internet or in business practices, our work (and I mean other comics professionals who have been demanding and pursuring action for years) is done.
Or at least the Bridge of The Geese had been built for the boys.
BUT - from what I've seen of the industry response from the boys, in reality, for any problems with the hard cases, I'm calling the cops or the ACLU. I'd just as soon not be told, again, to suck it up like the black people do. No, I'm not kidding.