I've never understood the "walking on thin ice" approach that a lot of psychologists and psychiatrists take towards people in my position. Especially when it comes to Autism or Bipolar. They treat every statement they say with such care, it's almost as if underneath that clearly false facade of ecstatic joy there's some voice rattling around inside their head going "Oh god, did I **** up? I said something wrong... I know it. They're going to chuck a chair at me... ****, what do I say to get out of this? They're looking at me funny... Oh no. Not again."
Part of me figures it's fear. People with Autism and Bipolar (And I know from what people have told me of my behaviour) can be frightening when upset, often displaying signs of aggression awash in borderline sociopathic behaviour that threatens the lives of those around them. I get that, I guess. But I'm a ****ing midget. They could probably pummel me with their pinky finger alone if they put in enough effort. I doubt it would take much on their part to defend themselves from a flailing 164cm looney.
So, I guess that it's more a question of ethics. And I think that's why I find unethical approaches to psychology so entertaining, often interesting, and when done well in regards to humour... intoxicatingly hilarious.
So my task, I put it to you, is to make a comic, a series, more than one comic... however you want (there's no limit to how you do it), about The World's Worst The****** (psychologist or psychiatrist).
Get crack'a'lackin' maties!
You have my most solemn and honourbound of vows that clicking this link will not direct you to a youtube video of a rick roll