While the popular meme character Good Guy Greg represents a kind, thoughtful, and respectful member of the male population, the female version, Good Girl Gina, is a different story altogether. To highlight those very differences, Reddit user LaTeX_fetish sifted through the entire collection of Gina photos uploaded to Quickmeme and broke down the message behind each presumably clever creation. The results of the informal study are not entirely surprising — most of which revolve around sex, stereotypes, and well, sex — but the contrast between the two counterparts is a clear representation of how the meme generation tends to view women, even if she's a "good girl." Head to the source to see the analysis and witness how a potentially positive idea can quickly turn sour when in the hands of the internet.
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