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thegoddamazon:

The sexiest ship in the DC Universe.

Man even as a kid I knew there was sexual tension between Bats and Cat.

But this scene? Yeah, she and I like the same kind of sex.

julianwayne

dcplanet:

Crazy in Love and Tough Love

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brain-food:

Catch The Supervillain (in your breast)

Nobody’s immune to breast cancer

When we talk about breast cancer, there’s no women or superwomen. Everybody has to do the self-examination monthly. Fight with us against this enemy and, when in doubt, talk to your doctor. (via)

These mock up Breast Cancer Awareness ad’s need to be a real thing. 

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comicsalliance.com

The Big Sexy Problem with Superheroines and Their ‘Liberated Sexuality’

sourcedumal:


Yesterday, two new comic books from the “New 52” relaunch of DC Comics provoked some online controversy: Catwoman and Red Hood and the Outlaws. They were controversial in particular because of the way they depicted women, notably with the aggressively fanfictiony on-panel sex between Batman and Catwoman, and Starfire’s transformation into a promiscuous tabula rasa who can’t even remember the names of the men she sleeps with, and seeks out emotionless sex with both of the two male main characters while they essentially high five about it.

Since pointing out my issues with Starfire yesterday, I have received numerous e-mails — from men — accusing me of slut-shaming. Since there are a lot of people who don’t understand the sexual dynamics that are in play here both creatively and culturally, I’d like to dissect this a little bit and explain why these scenes don’t support sexually liberated women; they undermine them, and why after nearly 20 years of reading superhero books, these may finally have been the comics that broke me.

Read More: http://www.comicsalliance.com/2011/09/22/starfire-catwoman-sex-superheroine/#ixzz1YigM2xBs

Yeah, I hate this notion. 9 times out of 10, female characters are created by men. They have no agency of their own, they have the agency CREATED for them by male artists and writers who usually put in their own notion of what they THINK a sexually “liberated” woman is, which in turn, ends up being nothing but the ‘pin up girl who fucks a lot’ mindset.

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auntymana:

seawitchery:

vintagegal:

Eartha Kitt as Catwoman 1960’s

I <3 Eartha Kitt.

Mmm….

auntymana:

seawitchery:

vintagegal:

Eartha Kitt as Catwoman 1960’s

I <3 Eartha Kitt.

Mmm….

batmanconfessions
kyssthis16:

masteradept:

madelinelime:

batmanconfessions:

Catwoman will forever be Michelle Pfieffer to me.

I also like the BtAS version, but she was based on Michelle Pfieffer’s version, sooooo…

Always a tie for me


Eartha Kitt is everything, yo. But Michelle Pfieffer did actually do Catwoman justice. 

Michelle Pfieffer did Julie Newmar&#8217;s Catwoman justice, but Eartha Kitt still reigns supreme &amp; we&#8217;re just going to pretend Halle never did that other movie&#8230;

kyssthis16:

masteradept:

madelinelime:

batmanconfessions:

Catwoman will forever be Michelle Pfieffer to me.

I also like the BtAS version, but she was based on Michelle Pfieffer’s version, sooooo…

Always a tie for me

Eartha Kitt is everything, yo. But Michelle Pfieffer did actually do Catwoman justice. 

Michelle Pfieffer did Julie Newmar’s Catwoman justice, but Eartha Kitt still reigns supreme & we’re just going to pretend Halle never did that other movie…