I love this comic and everything about it. But one thing...in this installment, Ally says she's "gay" but isn't she really bi? If so, why not say so? Bi erasure is a huge issue, and her suddenly being gay when all along she liked men too is problematic to me, and seems false. She can have fallen in love with a girl and be with a women for the rest of her life and still be bisexual, and you shouldn't exclude that from your story.
I'd love to hear back from the author in this issue.
Otherwise, love the work <3 Such a wonderful way to talk about kink!
This is an interesting point of view. I don't know that much about it, but I have heard of bi-phobia and discrimination against bisexuality is an issue within the rainbow community.
I'm not the author, but I think that this case, Shiniez isn'y trying to ignore the fact that Ally is bisexual and just wants to use the phrase "like a rainbow unicorn" for comedic effect. English does seem to be Shiniez's second language, and that's another possible factor? Perhaps they see "gay" as an umbrella term for all sexualities other than straight? In the end, I don't think the author meant to say that Ally is lesbian, but just used the term for simplicity's sake.
I just noticed this but the incongruity between what Allan's shirt says, the way it's spelled, and the look on his face in the 18th frame, when Ally's got him by the collar shouting "I know!" is hilarious.
It's little touches like that which show the difference between a good artist and a great one. Nicely done Shiniez.