Content by women that’s meant to empower other women - now that’s what I like to see. Lainey Molnar is a talented artist who creates relatable comics about self-acceptance, motherhood, refusing to adhere to social stereotypes, and freedom of choice. These clever and very current comics touch on everyday situations that even men might resonate with.

In the images below you’ll find some of Lainey’s most recent work. If you’d like to see more, check out our previous post about her.

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Donkey boi
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6 months ago

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“I have a miles and miles-long 'Illustration Ideas' list on my phone, I sometimes literally wake up in the middle of the night to write down new ones and I grab my phone to make notes at any point when I see something inspiring,” the artist told Fashion Life about her creative process. “When I sit down to draw I just go through the list and see what I resonate with at that moment. I draw digitally on an iPad and sometimes I just binge-watch tv shows at the same time, but usually, I like to create an ambiance, like candles, incense, and good music, because I believe the vibes and emotions also go into every artwork.”

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I’m A Black Cat
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6 months ago (edited)

I have a PhD, work full time at a university as as scholar and project manager and also work in a café/bar on weekends (just because I enjoy the company and change of scenery; scholars can be really dull). It*s really amusing how SOME people treat me differently, depending on the context. Helps determine who is cool and who is not. Moral? Always treat others with respect

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When asked whether she has any personal favorites out of her illustrations, Lainey said it’s the one where she compares “someone with physical health struggles” and “someone with mental health struggles”: “It's this illustration because it is extremely personal. I struggled with my mental health for 18 years of my life and I know how hard it is to live with invisible illnesses people around us can just shrug off. I usually process female empowerment topics in either a straightforward or funny way, but at the end of the day we are all simply human beings and I find it crucial to address stigmatized topics because it gives so many of us relief to know that we are not alone.”

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Janice Strickland
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6 months ago

That candle looks funny

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Ozacoter
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6 months ago

Unless your health problems are invisible and chronic. Then most people (including doctors) do not care

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JewelLapoole
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6 months ago

Exactly!

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Talking about “creative block,” Lainey is happy to have not had experienced it too much before: “If something, I have too much to say. In an ideal world, a lot of what I'm communicating would be obvious, but as we're not there yet, I don't mind processing the same pain points over and over again via a visual medium, because the feedback is overwhelmingly positive and it's not something one sees on social media a lot so that's definitely an endless source of motivation.”

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Raoul L'artiste
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6 months ago

I achieved none of these 😂😢 Still lying on my bed...

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Gerard Neaux
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6 months ago

Sometimes these are same woman 10 years difference.

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Ozacoter
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6 months ago

People is never happy

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Lainey says she is inspired by artists like Adam EllisTiny Moron, and Wowocomics: “They all have very different styles and a very different sense of humor, but I think it always comes down to personality that shines through the art, so there is space for all unique creators to show how they perceive the world. I don't think it's about being great with technical details like anatomy skills or shading, but it's the vision and purpose that matters.”

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Me Oh My
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6 months ago

Amen!

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Sarah Farrow
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6 months ago

A little louder for the people in the back, please!! 👏👏👏👏

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Ozacoter
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6 months ago

Except the racoon, since owning wild animals does harm them.

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As for her future endeavors, Lainey shared: “I just started working on the biggest project of my career and that is writing and illustrating a book. I'm a huge bookworm and I worked in publishing and was a blogger for more than half a decade—hence why my captions are also as important as the illustration itself—so I really hope that I can create something magical that will help women be happier and more liberated from societal expectations.”

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The Red Snapper
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6 months ago

*Hissssssss*

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Donkey boi
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6 months ago

The very definition of natural is 'existing in or derived from nature'. Your body is natural until you have an unnatural change. Pregnancy is one of the most natural things there is!

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TaylorsVersion111
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6 months ago

I needed this. I’m short and flat and small for my age. When someone says they’re jealous I always think they are joking.

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Pumpkin Spice
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6 months ago

agreed, i'm average and short, can't find any nice clothes to fit my B cups and big af ass.

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Eyebye Bena
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6 months ago

And both require a lot of hard work, practicing, and other words that I'm not smart enough to know. (I used to be a ballet dancer and Im assuming about the other one...)

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Mimi La Souris
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6 months ago

LOOOOOVE this !

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Mimi La Souris
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6 months ago

his name is vvvrrrrrrrouiiiii

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Ozacoter
Community Member
6 months ago

Exactly. We need to degenderise our society. There is no right or wrong way of being a woman or a man. Just be you, dont change for a sexist outdated society.

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Alanna Elric
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6 months ago

Is that an actual way to hold babies?

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Mimi La Souris
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6 months ago

😥

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A-c Van Binsbergen
Community Member
6 months ago

I can confirm. After having spent 35 years of insecurity over different aspects of my body, now that I am pregnant and my body is growing another human being, I'm astonished and very very satisfied with my body even though it has changed enormously.

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Quantum Soul
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6 months ago

🤍🤎🖤💛

Grace Walsh
Community Member
6 months ago

Agreed 💛🤎🤍🖤

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Robert Arceneaux
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6 months ago

What flaws?

Joybug
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2 months ago

I don't see any either.

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Robyn Marsden
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6 months ago

they are not flaws, they are unlocked character skins, making you a unique player.

ruru
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4 months ago

Omg I'm using that

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Joshua Howard
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6 months ago

... But I don't see any flaws there? Or in any of the other images, for that matter.

thatdisasterpanda
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6 months ago

what flaws?

Shelly Nuessle
Community Member
6 months ago

i dont see any flaws.

Aussia Towfigh
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6 months ago

I don't see any flaws in these women! 💗

Lady of the Mountains
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6 months ago

I love that white dress

VesselTrenchBlurryface
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6 months ago

same

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Glittery Panda
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2 weeks ago

All look flawless.

cc 1k
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1 month ago

I've never felt smug about that kind of thing, more like, "Oh, it happens to other people too." It comforts me in that way.

august is mentally unstable
Community Member
2 months ago

the one on the far left looks very pretty, love the freckles

Smarty Panda
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3 months ago

I REFUSE!!!!!!! 🤝🤝🏻🤝🏼🤝🏽🤝🏾🤝🏿

Elizabeth Sundby
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4 months ago

sorry, what flaws?

VesselTrenchBlurryface
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6 months ago (edited)

the red hair is gorgeous and the girls obviously

Debbie Burton
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6 months ago

Flaws? Differences :D

Violet Swanson
Community Member
6 months ago

everyone is beautiful!!!!

Kris Gordon
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2 days ago

Do they all the same nose??

that_curly_girl 🇺🇦
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2 weeks ago

PREACH

Tahir Aman
Community Member
2 weeks ago

I see no flaws only beauty

Gabriel Griffin
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3 weeks ago

That is a lie, deep down you all hate each other.

Ecclissi D
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4 weeks ago

I think we often only really look at our own and think they are far bigger and more noticeable than they really are..

PalmKitty
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4 weeks ago

I see no flaws

Whitney Raye Dunn
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1 month ago

Why are the white girls always the fat ones in these?

Tiffany Portia
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1 month ago

This made my soul happy!

🇺🇦WeDontTalkAboutBruno🇺🇦
Community Member
1 month ago

what flaws?

Melanie Hartrum
Community Member
3 months ago

Yes! Remember this always and the world would've such a better place for us women.

Jessi Lovely
Community Member
3 months ago

Love this!!!! I once heard the quote “there’s a special place in hell for women who don’t support other women”, I think that’s kinda aggressive as most people are taught to hate “femininity” and “women” but it created another thought “there’s a special place in heaven for women who celebrate each other.”

Becca Hauck
Community Member
3 months ago

Yes. But after all the body positivity, are we now saying they're flaws after all?

Lalicia Kaline
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4 months ago

What flaws?

Susanne Bækvig
Community Member
4 months ago

what flaws?

Redwood Rebelgirl
Community Member
4 months ago

"Flaws". Why are we defining them as FLAWS in the first place? ❤️

IsABELLA
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4 months ago

I see no lws in these wimen

Melaney Logue
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5 months ago

It would be great if it TRULY was this way.

June Gem
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5 months ago

❤️

Rosemary Paul
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5 months ago

It is a shame that women love to mock other women.

Mandi Fields
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5 months ago

So much this!!!♡♡♡♡

Soda the Snake
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5 months ago

What flaws?

Audrey Rasmussen
Community Member
5 months ago

what flaws?

Morgan Macsweeney
Community Member
5 months ago

Yes I agree. However. Can just once one woman be really short please? Sorry just saying I know dumb to say but. Idk ice been waiting for yrs for shorties representative in stuff lol?

Squishmar
Community Member
5 months ago

We'll, since there is nothing to compare the women to except each other, theoretically they could all be between 5' - 5'3". ;-}

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シ *’-BLOODLUST-‘* シ
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5 months ago

Wait what is wrong with them

Marlow
Community Member
6 months ago

I don't see any flaws!!

Melissa Johnson
Community Member
6 months ago

Now THAT'S beautiful .

Accalia
Community Member
6 months ago

I do take comfort in the flaws. Knowing that I am not alone really helps.

Kathy Smith
Community Member
6 months ago

This is sort of antithetical to your message in every other brilliant depiction. Women don't have flaws.

Wednesday
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6 months ago

I'm not seeing any flaws here. ???

real_izuku
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6 months ago

what flaws? i don't see any

Mioara Fox-Dumbrava
Community Member
6 months ago

love this❤

Snow Gum
Community Member
6 months ago

why would they be seen as flaws? Subjective perspective

Fretka
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2 months ago

I don't.

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Erika
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6 months ago

Better yet, beside a big watchful dog.

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Mimi La Souris
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6 months ago

aaah, commercials, what a strange life to be

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Henry Russell
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6 months ago

all people are people no matter hiw you look

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びっくりしたピカチュウ
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6 months ago

I'm young and still don't understand people's aesthetics today.

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Arctic Fox Lover
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6 months ago

Bikini Bottom

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びっくりしたピカチュウ
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6 months ago

Unless they have cancer. Then you need to see a doctor or something.

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PenitentEyeball
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6 months ago

Louder for those in the back!

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