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Two girls’ conversation about body-image and sex presents cool resistance against anti-feminist commercials, such as a hair waxing commercial including a motto of “Fox’s fur can be a pride but woman’s hair can not.” Women’s hair has nothing to do with the matter of neither pride nor shame. Rather, it is summed up that it is weird that men want to boast of their hair. (Kim Joon-yang)
Inga SætreInga Sætre
Born in 1978, Inga Sætre was educated as an animator at Volda College. She created the films, Mats and Inga Make a Film (2000) and Things That Happen All the Time (2001). She has published two comic books about the Grubby Girls (in 2002 and 2004), and has drawn comic strips for newspapers.