Real World Star Andrew Woods Shocking Cartoons Depicting Sex Crimes
The Real World has moved to Washington, DC for its 23rd season and only three episodes into it Andrew Woods has become the personality to watch, but possibly for all the wrong reasons.
On the MTV show, Woods bragged about being fired from his college newspaper for drawing cartoons "purposely trying to offend women and lesbians."
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Woods attended Colorado State University where he briefly worked for the Rocky Mountain Collegian, but "offensive" doesn't begin to describe Woods' humor, and his cartoons caused a firestorm of controversy on campus.
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One drawing, seen by RadarOnline.com shows Woods' nerdy cartoon personna joking about raping an intoxicated woman. In another, he laughs off being a pedophile caught by the NBC Dateline series "To Catch A Predator."
Woods has talked about his aspiration to be a professional cartoonist on the show but so far his signature sexual assault humor hasn't found him a job with any of the DC papers.