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Witches can't seem to catch a break.

And while nothing was as catastrophic for witches as the witch purge during the 15th-18th centuries, they are still trying to survive the obstacles of the 21st century – like dating, heckling, a trip to the gynecologist, and even menstruation.

To demonstrate this, comic artists Elizabeth Pich & Jonathan Kunz created "Slutty Witch," a sorceress who faces the daily struggles of the modern world.




Slutty Witch subverts the outdated portrayal of women as victims.


She gets a bone-chilling psychoanalysis.





Men, be careful what you wish for.





It's time for the main course.








"She definitely knows what she wants and takes no shit from anybody," the artists added.

"She's also open-minded and a good friend. She reminds us of a lot of kick-ass women we know. Her only vice? Probably all the hot, distracting sex she's having."

Yeah, they go there.




The artistic duo, also known as War and Peas, shared with Bored Panda the genesis of this wickedly outrageous character that is casting a spell online.

"The character was spooking around in our heads for a while."
"We'd been wanting a slutty, empowered female character for some time. 'Slut' and 'witch' are two words that have been reclaimed and redefined to represent aspects of feminity such as freedom and power."
"We liked that."

Here are the minds behind the fantastic character of "Slutty Witch."


You can order many of these prints so you can have Slutty Witch in your own home.

Prints can be ordered through the War and Peas website.

H/T - Instagram, Boredpanda, warandpeas

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