This is finally the thing young girls need. A comic book series called "Minx" populated with anorexic, flawless-skinned rich kids with impossibly large mouths and eyes.
Teenage girls, Ms. Berger said, are smart and sophisticated and “about more than going out with the cute guy. This line of books gives them something to read that honors that intelligence and assertiveness and that individuality.”
Each book comes with a noose and instructions for fashioning a personal gallows out of a basement rafter – you know, for when you realize the above statement was a lie created by a bunch of male execs at a board table in a part of the office tower you can't reach because your cheeks got smooshed on the glass ceiling when you tried to get up the stairs to bring them coffee. Way to break the mould, D.C.!