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# 16 : Saturday 10-9-2011 @ 03:30
 
Mystic Zig
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38 YO STRAIGHT MALE FROM DUBLIN
 
Well it just goes to show how up to date i am with female super heros.
A quick look on Wikipedia left me a little shocked that there was slightly more than Wonder Woman and Cat Girl.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_superheroines


Mint Aizawa (Tokyo Mew Mew)
Alisha (Misfits)
Alexandra/Alex (Totally Spies)
Alice (Resident Evil series)
Amber (Eclipse Comics)
American Dream (Marvel Comics-MC2)
Amethyst, Princess of Gemworld (DC Comics)
Andromeda (DC Comics)
Andromeda (Marvel Comics)
Angela (Image Comics)
Aquagirl (DC Comics)
Anya Corazon (Marvel Comics)
Anna Mercury
Argent (DC Comics)
Arisia, the Green Lantern of Graxos IV (DC Comics)
Arrowette (DC Comics)
Artemis of Bana-Mighdall (DC Comics)
Atom Eve (Image)
Atomic Betty (television series title character)
Aurora (Marvel Comics)
Avengelyne (various)


B.Orchid (Killer Instinct)
Ballistic (Cyberforce member) (Top Cow)
Barb Wire
Barbarella (V-Magazine)
Batgirl (DC Comics)
Batwoman (DC Comics)
Beautiful Dreamer (DC Comics)
Bella Donna (Marvel Comics)
Belphegor (DC Comics)
Big Barda (DC Comics)
Big Bertha (comics) (Marvel Comics)
The Bionic Woman (Ima)
Binary (Marvel Comics)
Vera Black (aka Sister Superior) (DC Comics)
Black Canary (DC Comics)
Black Cat[1] (Harvey Comics)
Black Cat (Marvel Comics)
Black Cherry X (2000 AD)
Black Orchid (DC Comics)
Black Widow (Natasha Romanoff)
Black Widow (Yelena Belova)
Black Widow (Timely Comics)
Blacklight (Marvel Comics-MC2)
Blink (Marvel Comics)
Blitzkrieg (Antarctic Press)
Bloom (Winx Club)
Blonde Phantom (Marvel Comics)
Blossom (Cartoon Network)
Bloodberry
Blue Ranger (Power Rangers)
Bluestreak (Marvel Comics-MC2)
Boodikka (Green Lantern Corps) (DC Comics)
Boom Boom (Marvel Comics)
Bounty (Marvel)
Brandy (Image Comics)
Bubbles (Cartoon Network)
Buff (Marvel Comics)
Bulleteer (DC Comics)
Bulletgirl (see Bulletman and Bulletgirl) (DC Comics)
Bumblebee (DC Comics)
Buttercup (Cartoon Network)
Burnout (Eclipse Comics)


Callisto (Marvel Comics)
Captain Confederacy (Marvel Comics)
Captain Marvel (Marvel Comics)
Captain Universe (Marvel Comics)
Lenore Castle (Powerline) (Marvel-Shadowline)[citation needed]
The Cat (Marvel Comics)
Cat Claw (Malibu comics)
Catwoman (DC comics)
Celsius (DC Comics)
Cerise (Marvel Comics)
Chance (Marvel Comics)
Chandrika (Raj comics)
Chase (DC Comics)
Abbey Chase (see Danger Girl)
Cheetara
Cherry
Choice (Marvel - Ultraverse)
Chun-Li (Street Fighter)
Cimarron (Eclipse comics)
Cinnamon (DC Comics)
Circuit Breaker (Transformers)
Clea (Marvel Comics)
Cleopatra (Astro City)
Clover (Totally Spies)
Clobber Girl (Simpsons)
Clobberella (Futurama)
Coagula (DC Comics)
Cobweb (America's Best Comics)
Colt (AC Comics)[1]
Comet Queen (DC Comics, Legion of Super-Heroes)
Copycat (DC-Wildstorm)
Copycat (Marvel Comics)
Crane (Bon Comics)
Crazy Jane (DC Comics)
Crimson Avenger III (DC Comics)
Crimson Curse (Marvel Comics-MC2)
Crimson Fox (DC Comics)
Lara Croft (Tomb Raider)
Crystal (Marvel Comics)
Cutey Honey (title character)
Cyclone (DC Comics) (DC Comics)
Cybergirl (title character)
Cybersix
Cyblade (Top Cow)


Dagger (Marvel Comics)
Darkstar (Marvel Comics)
Darna (Mango Comics)
Dart (DC Comics)
Dart (Image-Highbrow Ent)
Dawn (Sirius Comics)
Dawnstar (DC Comics)
Dazzler (Marvel Comics)
Dead Girl (Marvel Comics)
Karolina Dean (Marvel Comics)
Deathcry (Marvel Comics)
Debrii (Marvel Comics)
Deep Blue (DC Comics)
Destiny (Marvel Comics)
Devi (Virgin Comics)
Diamond (Blink Comics)
Diamond Lil (Marvel Comics)
Diamondback (Marvel Comics)
Brittany Diggers (Antarctic)
Diva (DC-Wildstorm)
Doctor Light (DC Comics)
Doll Girl (DC Comics)
Dolphin (DC Comics)
Domino (Marvel Comics)
Domino Lady (Pulps)
Dove as Dawn Granger (DC Comics)
Dragona (Mars Ravelo's)
Dragonfly (AC Comics)
Dream Girl (DC Comics)
Duck-Girl (Bon Comics)
Dumb Bunny (DC Comics)
Dusk (Marvel Comics)
Dust (Marvel Comics)
Dyna Girl (Krofft)
Dynamite Girl (Antarctic Press)


Echo (Marvel Comics)
Elasti-Girl (DC Comics)
Elastigirl/Mrs.Incredible (The Incredibles)
Electra Woman (Krofft)
Elektra (Marvel Comics)
Empress (DC)
Energizer (from Power Pack) (Marvel)
The Engineer II (DC - Wildstorm)

Every Woman - Anytime danger is near, instantly she will appear


Fairchild (DC/Wildstorm)
Faith (DC Comics)
Fallen Angel (DC Comics)
Fantomah[2]
Fantomette (Collection Rose)
Fathom (one of the Elementals, Comico Comics)
Fathom (Aspen Comics)
Fay Lorna Allbright (poynton)
Feral (Marvel)
Fever (DC Comics)
Fire (DC Comics)
Firebird (Marvel Comics)
Firestar (Marvel Comics)
Flaberella ( the simpsons)
Flamebird III-V (DC Comics)
Flash (Just Imagine...) (DC Comics)
Flash (Tangent) (DC Comics)
Fleur-de-Lis (DC Comics)
Flint (WS)
Flora (Winx Club)
Forerunner (DC Comics)
Pudding Fong (Tokyo Mew Mew)
Free Spirit (Marvel Comics)
Freefall (DC-Wildstorm)
Tara Fremont (AC comics)
Adrienne Frost (Marvel Comics)
Emma Frost (Marvel Comics)
Zakuro Fujiwara (Tokyo Mew Mew)
Fury I (DC Comics)
Fury II (DC Comics)


Gabrielle (Xena: Warrior Princess)
Gamora (Marvel Comics)
Ganymede (Marvel Comics)
Garganta (AC comics)
Ghost (Dark Horse Comics)
Glitter (Marvel - New Universe)
Glory (various)
Gloss (DC Comics)
Godiva (DC Comics)
Grace (DC Comics)
Graphics Girl (Amy Scutter)
Gravity Girl (Birdman and the Galaxy Trio)
Max Guevara (from live-action TV show Dark Angel)
Gwen Tennyson/Lucky Girl (Ben 10)
Gypsy (DC Comics)
Green lantern (DC Comics)
Green arrow (DC Comics)


Halliwell Sisters (Television) (Charmed)
Halo (DC Comics)
Hannah (Pauls Comics)
Harbinger (DC Comics)
Hawk as Holly Granger and Sasha Martens (DC Comics)
Hawkeye (Kate Bishop) (Marvel Comics)
Hawkgirl (DC Comics)
Hawkwoman (DC Comics)
Molly Hayes (Marvel Comics)
Hellcat (Marvel Comics)
Satana Hellstrom (Marvel Comics)
Hepzibah (Marvel Comics)
Hit Girl (Kick-Ass)
Horridus (Image-Highbrow Ent)
Heather Hudson, formerly Sasquatch, Exiles member (Marvel Comics)
Huntara (Marvel Comics)
Huntress (DC Comics)


Ice (DC Comics)
Icemaiden (DC Comics)
Ichigo Momomiya (Tokyo Mew Mew)
Indigo (DC Comics)
Infragirl (Tomorrow Syndicate member) (Image Comics)
Insect Queen (DC Comics)
Invisible Woman (Marvel Comics)
Natasha Irons (DC Comics)
Isis (DC Comics)


Jack Phantom (America's Best Comics)
Jade (DC)
Jann of the Jungle (Marvel Comics)
Jayna (DC Comics)
Jet (DC Comics)
Jet (Wildstorm)
Jem and the Holograms (Hasbro)
Jenny Sparks (Wildstorm)
Jenny Quantum (Wildstorm)
Jocasta (Marvel Comics)
Jolt (Marvel Comics)
Jessica Jones (aka Jewel and Knightress) (Marvel Comics)
Rhea Jones (aka Lodestone) (DC Comics)
Joystick (Marvel Comics)
Jubilation Lee (aka Jubilee) (Marvel Comics)
Jungle Girl (various)
Jarella (Huk)


Jennifer Kale (Marvel Comics)
Bette Kane (DC Comics)
Nova Kane (First)
Kaoru Matsubara (Cartoon Network)
Karatecha (Kiss Comics)
Karma (Marvel Comics)
Kasumi (aka Batgirl) (Cassandra Cain) (DC Comics)
Katana (DC Comics)
Katara (Avatar: The Last Airbender) (Television)
Kelly (Misfits)
Laurel Kent (DC Comics)
Kid Flash (Iris West) (DC Comics)
Kinetix (DC Comics)
Kim Possible (Disney Channel)
Kismet (Marvel Comics)
Misty Knight (Marvel Comics)
Knockout (DC Comics)
Kole (DC Comics)
KOS-MOS (Heroine of the Xenosaga series)
Kratha (Virgin Comics)
Kristin (Comics Interview)
Krystala (ABS-CBN Television)
Kumori (Aftermath)
Kitty (Wolverine And The X-Men DVD Series)


Lady Blackhawk (DC Comics)
Lady Luck The Spirit Section
Ladyhawk (Marvel Comic)
La Lunatica (Marvel Comics)
Lavagirl (Sharkboy and Lavagirl)
Layla (Winx Club)
Layla (Sky High)
Emma Leck (M6kid)
Juniper Lee (The Life and Times of Juniper Lee)
Leeloo (The Fifth Element)
Faith Lehane (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
Liberty Belle (DC Comics)
Lightning Lass (a.k.a. Light Lass, Gossamer, Spark) (DC Comics)
Lightspeed (from Power Pack) (Marvel Comics)
Lime
Little Mermaid (DC Comics)
Looker (DC Comics)
Loria (see Blood Pack (comics) version) (DC Comics)
Lyja (aka Lazerfist and Ms. Fantastic) (Marvel Comics)(Marvel-MC2)


M (Marvel Comics)
Madame .44 (DC Comics)[2]
Madame Mirage (Top Cow Productions)
Madame Xanadu (DC Comics)
The Magdalena (Top Cow Productions)
Magdalene (Marvel Comics)
Magik (Marvel Comics)
Magma (Marvel Comics)
Maiden Justice
Manhunter (Kate Spencer) (DC Comics)
Manitou Dawn (DC Comics)
Marionette (see Micronauts) (Marvel Comics)
Marrina (Marvel Comics)
Marrow (Marvel Comics)
Marvel Girl (Marvel Comics)
Mary Marvel (DC Comics)
Masada (see Youngblood) (various)
Master Chief
Matilda (Matilda from the Roald Dahl series)
Aspen Matthews (Aspen Comics)
Maxima (DC Comics)
Maximum Ride (novel series and manga)
Maya (DC Comics)
Medusa (Marvel Comics)
Meggan (Marvel Comics)
The Menagerie (DC Comics)
Mera (DC Comics)
Merry, Girl of 1000 Gimmicks (DC Comics)
Lynn Michaels (a.k.a. "Lady Punisher") (Marvel Comics)
Lettuce Midorikawa (Tokyo Mew Mew)
Mighty B
Nico Minoru (Marvel Comics)
Mirage (DC Comics)
Miss America (DC Comics)
Miss America (Marvel Comics)
Miss Fury[3]
Miss Martian (DC Comics)
Miss Pell (Dexter's Laboratory)
Miss Switch
Miyako Goutokuji (Cartoon Network)
Mockingbird (Marvel Comics)
Momoko Akatsutsumi (Cartoon Network)
Moondragon (Marvel Comics)
Musa (Winx Club)
Moonstar (Marvel Comics)
Moonstone (Marvel Comics)
Monstress (DC Comics)
Mother-One (see Wetworks) (DC-Wildstorm)
Motormouth (Marvel Comics)
Ms. Liberty (Antarctic Press)
Ms. Marvel (Carol Danvers) (see also Binary and Warbird) (Marvel Comics)
Ms. Marvel (Sharon Ventura) (see also She-Thing) (Marvel Comics)
Ms. Mystic (originally Pacific Comics, then Continuity Comics)
Ms. Victory
Mystique (Marvel Comics)


Namora (Marvel Comics)
Namorita (Marvel Comics)
Negative Woman (DC Comics)
Nelvana of the Northern Lights (Hillborough Studio)
Nemesis (Marvel Comics)
Nemesis II (DC Comics)
Neon Queen (Mystery Inc. member) (Image Comics)
Night Girl (DC Comics)
Nightcat (Marvel Comics)
Nightshade (DC Comics)
Nightstar (DC Comics)
Nightveil (AC comics)
Nikki (Marvel Comics)
Niobe (The Matrix)
Nocturne (Marvel Comics)

Angel O'Day (see Angel and the Ape) (DC Comics)
Scarlet O'Neil (Newspaper Strip)
Aleta Ogord (see also Starhawk) (Marvel Comics)
Onyx (DC Comics)
Oracle (DC Comics)
Oracle (The Matrix)
Owlwoman (DC Comics)


Pantha (DC Comics)
Violet Parr (The Incredibles)
Penance (Marvel Comics)
Phantom Girl a.k.a. Apparition (DC Comics)
Phantom Lady
Phoenix (Marvel Comics)
Photon (Marvel Comics)
Pilgrim (see Wetworks) (DC-Wildstorm)
Pink Ranger (Power Rangers)
Pixie (Marvel Comics)
Polaris (as Overdrive) (Marvel Comics)
Poison Ivy (from the comic series)
Kim Possible (from the self-titled cartoon series)
Power Girl (DC Comics)
Power Princess (Marvel Comics)
The Powerpuff Girls
Princess (Gatchaman; Battle of the Planets)
Princess Projectra a.k.a. Sensor (DC Comics)
Princess Kakyuu (Tokyopop)
Promethea (America's Best Comics)
Psylocke (Marvel Comics)
Psynch


Jenny Quantum (DC - Wildstorm)
Queen Hippolyta (DC Comics)
Queen of Swords
Jesse Quick (DC Comics)


Rad (AC comics)
Rainbow (Eclipse Comics)
Rainbow Brite (Hallmark comics)
Rainmaker (DC-Wildstorm)
Rampage (DC Comics)
Raptor (Marvel Comics-MC2)
Rapture (Image-Highbrow Ent)
Rapture (Transformers)
Raven (DC Comics)
Raven (Teen Titans)
Red Guardian (Marvel Comics)
Red Sonja (Marvel Comics)
Rescue (Marvel Comics)
Revanche (Marvel Comics)
Cecilia Reyes (Marvel Comics)
Ellen Ripley (Alien series)
Riptide (see Youngblood version) (various)
River Tam (Firefly/Serenity)
Robin as Stephanie Brown or Carrie Kelly.
Rocket (DC Comics)
Rogue (Marvel Comics)
Ronin (Marvel Comics)
Roxy (Winx Club)
Rose and Thorn II (DC Comics)
Rose Tattoo (DC - Wildstorm)
Rouge the Bat (Sonic the Hedgehog)


Sabra (Marvel Comics)
Sage (Marvel Comics)
Samantha Simpson/Sam (Totally Spies)
Sailor Jupiter (Tokyopop)
Sailor Mars (Tokyopop)
Sailor Mercury (Tokyopop)
Sailor Moon (Tokyopop)
Sailor Neptune (Tokyopop)
Sailor Pluto (Tokyopop)
Sailor Saturn (Tokyopop)
Sailor Uranus (Tokyopop)
Sailor Venus (Tokyopop)
Sailor Star Fighter (Tokyopop)
Sailor Star Healer (Tokyopop)
Sailor Star Maker (Tokyopop)
Sailor Chibi Moon (Tokyopop)
Sailor Quartet: Sailor Vesta, Sailor Pallas, Sailor Ceres, Sailor Juno (Tokyopop)
Sakura Kinomoto (Tokyopop)
Saturn Girl (DC Comics)
Savant (DC-Wildstorm)
Scarlet Witch (Marvel Comics)
Scorpion (Carmilla Black), (Marvel Comics)
Secret (DC Comics)
Amanda Sefton (Marvel Comics)
Selene (Underworld)
Sepulchre (Marvel Comics)
Sersi (Marvel Comics)
Shadow Hunter (Virgin Comics)
Shadow Lass a.k.a. Umbra (DC Comics)
Shadowcat (Marvel Comics)
Shakti (comics) (Raj Comics)
Shamrock (Marvel Comics)
Shanna the She Devil (Marvel Comics)
Violet Song jat Shariff (Ultraviolet)
She-Dragon (Image Comics-Highbrow Ent)
She-Hulk (Marvel Comics)
She-Hulk (Lyra) (Marvel Comics)
She-Ra [She-Ra: Princess of Power]
She-Thing (Marvel Comics)
She-Venom (Marvel Comics)
Sheena (Wags)
Liz Sherman (Dark Horse, Hellboy)
Shi (Crusade)
Shikari (DC Comics)
Shining Knight (Ystina) (DC Comics)
Shrinking Violet (DC Comics)
Sif (Marvel Comics)
Silhouette (Marvel Comics)
Silk Spectre (DC Comics)
Silver Fox (Marvel Comics)
Silver Sable (Marvel Comics)
Silver Scorpion
Silverclaw (Marvel Comics)
Skids (Marvel Comics)
Skyrocket (DC Comics)
Snowbird (Marvel Comics)
Songbird (Marvel Comics)
Emma Sonnett (aka the 10th Muse) (various)
Jenny Sparks (DC - Wildstorm)
Sparx (see Blood Pack (comics) version) (DC Comics)
Speedy II (DC Comics)
Spellbinder (Harmony Concepts)
Spider Girl (DC Comics)
Spider-Girl (Marvel Comics-MC2)
Spider-Woman (Marvel Comics)
Dorothy Spinner (DC Comics)
Spitfire (Marvel Comics)
Spoiler (DC Comics)
Spy Smasher (Katarina Armstrong), (DC Comics)
Squirrel Girl (Marvel Comics)
Stacy X (Marvel Comics)
Star-Spangled Kid (DC Comics)
Stardust (AC comics)
Starfire (DC Comics)
Stella (Winx Club)
Stargirl (DC Comics)
Starwoman (Astro City)
Stature (Marvel Comics)
Stepford Cuckoos (Marvel Comics)
Stinger (Cassandra Lang) (Marvel Comics-MC2)
Storm (Marvel Comics)
Stripperella
Stunner (Marvel Comics)
Buffy Summers (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
Rachel Summers (Marvel Comics)
Sun Girl (Marvel Comics)
Supergirl (DC Comics)
Supergran (TV series)
Superwoman (DC Comics)
Suprema (Awesome)
Surge (Marvel)
Swift (DC - Wildstorm)
Sydney Savage (see Danger Girl)


Tank Girl (published by Dark Horse Comics)
Tara (Marvel Comics)
Gwen Tennyson
Tecna (Winx Club)
Terra (DC Comics, Teen Titans)
Thor (Marvel Comics)
Thor Girl (Marvel Comics)
Thunder III (DC Comics)
Jonni Thunder (DC Comics)
Thundra (Marvel Comics)
Tigra (Marvel Comics)
Timeslip (Marvel Comics)
Titaness (Mansion Comics)
Topaz (Marvel Comics)
Toph (Television) (Avatar the Last Airbender)
Traci 13 (DC Comics)
Triplicate Girl a.k.a. Duo Damsel, Triad (DC Comics)
Troia (DC Comics)
Donna Troy (DC Comics)
Tsunami (DC Comics)
Katma Tui a.k.a. Green Lantern of Sector 1417 (DC Comics)
Turbo (Marvel Comics)


The Untalkable


Valda the Iron Maiden (DC Comics)
Valkyrie (Marvel Comics)
Vampirella
Velocity (Top Cow: Cyberforce)
Venus (Marvel Comics)
Vigilante (Patricia Tryce) (DC Comics)
Vindicator (Marvel Comics)
Violet (The Incredibles)(Film)
Violet (J/C)
Virtuous Venus (Harmony Concepts)
Vixen (DC Comics)
Vogue (various)
Void (DC-Wildstorm)
Voodoo (DC-Wildstorm: WildCats)

Jakita Wagner (Dc-Wildstorm: Planetary)
Jenny "XJ-9" Wakeman (My Life as a Teenage Robot)
Wallflower (Marvel Comics)
The Wasp (Marvel Comics)
Web Woman (Filmation)
The White Witch (DC Comics)
Wild Thing (Marvel Comics-MC2)
Wind Dancer (Marvel Comics)
Colleen Wing (Marvel Comics)
Winged Victory (Astro City)
W.I.T.C.H: Will Vandom, Irma Lair, Taranee Cook, Cornelia Hale and Hay Lin (Disney Italia)
Witchblade (Top Cow Productions)
Witchfire (DC Comics)
Witchfire (Marvel Comics)
Wolfsbane (Marvel Comics)
The Woman in Red[4] (Standard Comics)
Wonder Girl (DC Comics)
Wonder Girl (Cassie Sandsmark) (DC Comics)
Wonder Tot (DC Comics)
Wonder Woman (DC Comics)
Wonder Woman (Just Imagine...) (DC Comics)
Word Girl (Television series title character)


X-23 (Marvel Comics)
Xena
XJ-9 - see Jenny "XJ-9" Wakeman
XS (DC Comics)


Yellow Ranger (Power Rangers)
Gertrude Yorkes (Marvel Comics)


Zatanna (DC Comics)
Zealot (DC-Wildstorm)


Unfortunatly they did not have a picture beside each name so i will have to go looking before i can tell if they are going to make my list

Edited By Dave Fontaine, 10 September 2011, 03:30

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# 17 : Saturday 10-9-2011 @ 06:35
 
greenmanpp
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29 YO GAY MALE FROM MAYO
 
I laughed at "Owlwoman"
Tragically bad name, it has a kind of "wind swept hair do" sound to it.

It also sounds like a farmer saying "oul' woman"

To make matters worse the first 5 letters "owlwo" make a palindrome. If she were from a Vietnam, she might've been called "'Nam Owlwoman" which would be a complete palindrome.

Edited By Greenmanpp, 10 September 2011, 06:38

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# 18 : Saturday 10-9-2011 @ 07:05
 
Sakura
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21309 POSTS SINCE 2007
   
30 YO GAY MALE FROM DUBLIN
 
A good few of those superheroines in the list would be under 18....Japan seems to like making their heroines teenagers (in much the same way Power Rangers are teenagers)

Witchblade also has a very skimpy outfit:

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# 19 : Saturday 10-9-2011 @ 07:52
 
blaH
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14268 POSTS SINCE 2003
 
38 YO MALE FROM ODDER
 
Dave Fontaine said :
[...]
As a straight man I'm limited, but I think cat woman or Wonder Woman would not be turned away if I was in need of rescue.




That is a very surprising statement.
I am sure that a lot of gay man would not turn away that catwoman,


or that wonder woman


But I also agree with Hibiki Beat that a worrying amount of female superheros are teenagers.
In some cultures, it would be unthinkable for them to be sexualized, for instance Fantomette


But Japan has that very worrying trend of sexualizing under-18 teenagers, and let no one pretend it is a "cultural" difference, as the debate has been recently re-opened of how society is too lenient with pedophilia. They will soon come to discuss the realization that soft-porn mangas play a big part in normalizing this mindset.

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