It involves the realization that most foids would rather fuck a bird than most human males.
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The webcomic Gunnerkrigg Court dedicates ~3 chapters to it.
"Bloodnums" did a comic about it as well.
Swanpill[edit | edit source]
This variant is observed in classical myth (Leda and the Swan) and in recent times with ballerina Anna Pavlova.
Assassin's Creed 2 included a copy of the 16th century interpretation by Michelangelo and Assassin's Creed Odyssey verbally referenced it:
- Where there is passion, reason is gone.
- For Leda truly loved her swan.
Hanasaku Iroha character Ohanu Matsumae has also had art interpreting her with a swan.
The Austrian philosopher, Otto Weininger, made mention of the myth of Leda and The Swan in his opus Sex and Character. This was to illustrate the purported existential kinship he observed between women and animals, which he argued was sometimes expressed in women's "sexual perversities and affections for animals".