It’s A Gluten-Free Thanksgiving, Charlie Brown
The gang has its awareness raised of Woodstock’s dubious gluten allergy while learning that shared sacrifice isn’t always delicious.
It’s A Hetero-Normative Valentine’s Day, Charlie Brown
Charlie learns that the valentine he receives from a classmate is only the expression of the dominant, heteronormative society in which he lives and that in any event love, unlike tenure, is merely a social construct.
Eat Your Spinach, Charlie Brown
Charlie Brown learns that in nutrition as in everything else, government scolds know best. (Viewer discretion advised: frank portrayals of gluten.)
Check Your Privilege, Charlie Brown
Charlie learns that his incredible career success has come at the expense of women, minorities, gays, bisexuals, bigendered, transgendered, cisgendered, queer and other government-favored groups.
It’s An Culturally Sensitive Halloween, Charlie Brown
Lucy takes offense at Charlie Brown’s Halloween costume only to learn that he’s not actually wearing one, then flies into a rage over his failure to do so. (Viewer discretion advised: stereotyping).
It’s The Grievance Sweepstakes, Charlie Brown
Charlie Brown learns that rights inhere in groups and are to be unsheathed and used to hit opposing groups on the head.
Linus Seeks A Safe Space
Linus’ first day at college goes poorly when he’s informed that entering the nearest safe space requires passing through buildings inspired by Greek and Roman architecture.
Charlie Brown Identifies As Black
No sooner does Charlie Brown identify as African-American that he begins to feel the oppressive scourge of institutional racism.
You’re Part Of The Problem, Charlie Brown
Peppermint Patty gets angry when Charlie Brown expresses reluctance to identify as the sister she never had.
Life Is A Trigger Warning, Charlie Brown
Life for the gang quickly becomes complicated upon learning that everyone is entitled to feel offended at anything and at anytime.
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