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New Trend? Looney Tunes Characters With Human Bodies

Twenty years ago, we had ‘urban’ versions of the Looney Tunes plastered onto merchandise. Today, we have the characters being pasted on top of human bodies. Bugs, who is traditionally male, is gender-fluid now, with a male head and female body. These shirts are being sold by the Spanish clothing retailer Pull & Bear. Click on any of the images for a larger version.

  • Mapache

    Wasn’t Tweety supposed to be male?

  • Nate DeDeurwaerder

    It looks like Bugs is in drag once again.

  • 4shiki

    I thought this was going to be about personification (also known as gijinka).

  • jonhanson

    I was being tongue in cheek but “gender fluid” is a phrase I’ve head used, though I think “gender queer” is more common.