Zack: Not all of Frazetta's women are helpless damsels. In what would become a tradition for fantasy art, Frazetta created the image of the topless, muscular woman fighting the giant beast.
Steve: There's nothing wrong with a babe being comfortable with her body. I'm totally pro-feminist. I'm all about babe rights. That doesn't mean you have to be afraid of your hooters.
Zack: Ladies, don't blame Steve. He views everything through the context of fantasy artwork.
Steve: No apologies! Frazetta was a pro-babe artist. Sure, for dramatic purposes some of his babes might be protected by a barbarian or two, but sometimes they would be fighting on their own, like real warrior women. You've heard of Joan of Arc. Was she sexist?
Zack: I don't even know how to answer that.
Steve: The answer is no, of course not, because how could a woman be sexist? She can't be and Joan of Arc fought the British. Like Benjamin Franklin.
Zack: Was Benjamin Franklin sexist?
Steve: No way, he was one of the Founding Fathers.Zack: Some of his aphorisms were pretty suspect. "A dish will never wash itself so choose your woman wisely." What the hell is that?
Steve: Sounds like some truth, bro.
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'Let the building eat you.'
Zack Parsons, Steve "Malak" Sumner, and friends tackle bizarre role playing game products that make them wonder, "What the fuck!?" From the early days of Gygax to contemporary role playing games, none will be spared.