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‘Becoming Unbecoming’ And The Unspoken Horror of Gender Violence

An eerily familiar figure appears at the end of Becoming Unbecoming, a graphic novel by the Yorkshire, U.K.-based artist known only as Una. With his cigar in one hand, a fat ring on the other, and his white, shoulder-length hair skimming a blue tracksuit, we know it’s the uniform of disgraced, now-deceased British entertainer Jimmy Savile before reading his description: “A prolific sex offender, a rapist, paedophile, hebephile, ephebophile, gerontophile and necrophile.
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