Cathy comic dating
Andrea is an outspoken supporter of women’s rights and is fond of criticizing the other sex and encouraging Cathy to stand up for herself and attend feminist conventions.
In later comics, Cathy becomes friend with a coworker named Charlene.
I guess a lot of fans of the strip thought it was the perfect happy ending, but I thought it was a "jump the shark" way of ending the strip.Guisewite again: I get way more feedback from people who say that they love Cathy because she’s not afraid to admit that she doesn’t have it all together every day […] they say it’s refreshing to read Cathy and know that there’s somebody else out there who’s still hauling around a 40-pound purse full of dreams. And yet Cathy AACKs her way through her job, her relationships, and her shopping obsession, puzzling over Irving’s “male brain” and turning every visit to the mall into a sweat-soaked, cookie-fueled, nuclear-grade emergency.The central relationship in Cathy’s life is her love/hate affair with consumption. Cathy is a single, working woman plagued by fashion crises, food cravings, trendy diets, and shopping addiction.
These are not the only plagues of Cathy’s life, though.In the mid-1970s, Guisewite was a successful advertising copywriter with typical insecurites about her love life, her relationship with food and her weight, and the hassles and stresses of work.