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How to get more girls to buy sex comics

With a $60,000 prize, a team of female comic book writers are trying to help women find new fans.

The challenge: to make comics that appeal to them without being exploitative or exploitative-sounding.

The team is led by comic book creator Amy Luebbers, an accomplished cartoonist whose work has appeared in a variety of publications including the New York Times, Wired, and the San Francisco Chronicle.

Luebs has been drawing comics since her teens and began her career as a writer for comic books when she was 17.

Since graduating from college, Luebers has been drawn to the worlds of science fiction, fantasy, and horror comics and her work is used in a wide range of projects.

Luebs, who is based in Portland, Oregon, started out by making comic books about sex, with the hope that the genre could be used to teach girls about sex.

But, she said, she found that girls wanted to buy more and more sex comics because of the fact that they felt they could relate to the characters in the stories.

“I just think that if they were given a little bit more time to learn, to be challenged, to learn how to be funny, and how to understand sexuality, then they would actually buy more sex stories,” she said.

“It’s just a matter of them finding a way to really connect to the work in a way that doesn’t make them feel like they’re being exploited.”

Luebers is also working on a series of comics that aim to address a number of topics: the gender wage gap, sexual harassment, and bullying.

“The work is meant to be humorous, not preachy, and that’s something that we do in every single comic,” she explained.

“We try to make it funny and not preach, but really have a story that is about something that really matters.”

The work also aims to address gender inequality, which is one of the main reasons comic books are such a big deal in the comics industry, and which is why comic creators have traditionally drawn women as their primary female readers.

“There are a lot of comics out there that don’t have women on the cover or on the page,” said Lueberers.

“I just wanted to make sure that I had a bunch of female comics out, so that if I had any female creators that were willing to step forward, I would be able to get my work out there.”

The comic will be titled “Lustful Comics,” and it will be available in early 2018.

In it, Lusbaers will introduce characters like her friend and comic lover, The Flash, who has been working at a strip club since her days in high school.

The comic also features a new superhero, Black Lightning, who helps her fight against sexism and misogyny.

“This is not a male-centered story, but we also want it to be about something positive, about something to be happy about, and about a female character that’s a good person,” said Lisa Fisk, Luesbers’ co-founder.

“Lust for the comics is like lust for the world, and it’s the feeling that you have when you read a book and you want more of it.”

Luebiners hopes that the book will appeal to both girls and boys.

“What I want girls to understand is that sex is not about you, and there’s a lot more to it than what is being depicted in a comic book,” she continued.

“It’s not about sex for you, it’s about sex because sex is an expression of who you are, and I want that for them.”

For the female comics creators, making comics about sex is a huge challenge.

Lues and her team have had to create some of the most realistic comics to date.

The team’s most popular comic, “Pimping” is a graphic novel about an aspiring rapper, played by the voice of Scarlett Johansson.

The graphic novel features a series a female rapper named Lil B and her gangster boyfriend, played in full by Ryan Reynolds.

The book was made into a feature film starring Ryan Reynolds and Kate Hudson, and “Pimped” was nominated for a Golden Globe.

The comic also includes a female comic writer, who plays Lil B, as well as a series about an ex-girlfriend, played at the end by Scarlett Johanson.

The creators have also collaborated on several comic books for women.

In “The Pimped Pussycat,” the comic features a female porn star called Bitchface, who comes from a dysfunctional family of porn stars.

In a new project called “Bitch-Tits,” a comic featuring two female porn stars, the comics creators will explore the relationship between porn stars and their fans.

“The way the girls in the porn industry deal with their fans and the fans in the industry