IndieGoGo cancels 'cancel culture' comic book artist after successful fundraiser, offers no appeal

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On Friday, the crowdfunding site IndieGoGo canceled a campaign by cartoonist, comic creator, and gender-critical radical feminist Nina Paley after the project had exceeded full funding. IndieGoGo told Paley that her work, titled Agents of H.A.G., did not comply with their “Terms of Use” without further clarification.

Paley posted on Twitter, “I successfully raised 150% of my comic book goal on @Indiegogo. The campaign officially ended Tuesday. I just ordered books from the printer. IndieGoGo just canceled the campaign, and refunded the donors, with no appeal. All the money, funders, orders, gone.”

A web archived version of the IndieGoGo campaign described Agents of H.A.G. (or Humorous Acronym Gag) as a “12 full-color pages of thrill-packed comic-book action by widely-canceled yet still-existent cartoonist/animator Nina Paley.”

According to the synopsis, “Women are disappearing from all over the Internet! But WHO is disappearing them? Menopausal Woman and Sidekick track down the nefarious BanHammer — and get help along the way from an unexpected ally.”

The comic panels from the campaign show the two heroines confronting BanHammer. According to Paley, from her Heterodorx podcast, “the person responsible for disappearing women from the internet is called BanHammer. And BanHammer is banning women with his keyboard, half the buttons of which say ‘ban,’ in his mother’s basement.”

The comic’s heroines are aided by a “transsexual that Nina knows” who “disenchants people of their notions of gender roles and gender ideology.”

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