This is written by one of my Facebook friends who took the time to write their feelings on the controversy that happened this week. What Liana K. has to say is important and since she doesn’t have a tumblr I asked if I could post it here on her behalf so more people could read it. Liana is the…
Marissa is one of my favorite people in the world AND one of the nicest, most giving people I know. Any help you can provide would be truly awesome
I also ever actually ASK for anything. This year is different, this year shortly after my birthday we will be closing on the purchase of what is pretty much my dream house. BUT, it doesn’t have a washer/dryer or a refrigerator. Since every penny of our money is going into the purchase of the house…
As Billie Jean said, FAIR IS FAIR.
So, the reason I was looking up aforementioned photos earlier was to reference this.
I had a bit of a rant on twitter today about how tired I am of seeing “action girls” and superheroines always wearing extremely revealing clothes that make NO SENSE for their job.
I haven’t read a whole lot of superhero comics, mainly for this reason. They are so full of shameless fanservice and fap material and the way female characters are CONSISTENTLY portrayed is really annoying.
Now, I have nothing against women flaunting their sexuality, or having big boobs, or wearing revealing costumes. What I do have a problem with is when EVERY FEMALE CHARACTER is dressed like some kind of fetish model, while the guys are pretty much always all covered, with costumes that emphasize their strength/character rather than their glorious bubble butts.
I guess what I’m saying is, if you’re okay with giving all your female characters skimpy bathing suits and boob-windows for crime-fighting suits, why not give us some guys in similar outfits? Fair is fair.
Also, this guy’s name is Moon Man, and he’s up for grabs. I’m giving him to you for free, Marvel and DC! Go wild.
Geek Girl Con, of course!
”GeekGirlCon “hearts” Japan! Last month at Sakuracon, GeekGirlCon kicked off our Tsunami Relief Art Sale. Our GeekGirlCon Design Team is selling limited edition art prints through our Etsy shop (geekgirlcon.etsy.com) and at GeekGirlCon events in the…