Dear feminists. Grow the up and stop blaming your own personal insecurities on media outlets. ttwtt, INCH” Hill! about ht clothes and metal thongs. lun not Inui
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Dear feminists

Grow the **** up and stop blaming your own personal insecurities on media outlets

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#5 - syntheticdoll (02/19/2014) [+] (7 replies)
Kinda relevant, a kinda too honest guy and a bookworm girl in my class were talking about her favourite book.
Girl: You should read St. Johannah High School, it's such a good book.
Guy: I don't know, St. Johannah sounds a little... girly to me... you know.
Girl: It's not at all, you should try it.
Guy: I'm not sure, for some reason I don't really like the style of most books written by women.
Girl: Oh, so you hate women writers. That ,eams you're sexist.
Guy: I'M not sexist, they just have a little different style than men.
Girl: Did you know J.K. Rowling had to hide her first name or guys would refuse to read Harry Potter. You're all sexist.
Guy: What? You say all of us are the same because our gender and WE are sexist? You're sexist as well then.
Girl: I'M NOT SEXIST I'M RIGHT AND YOU HATE WOMEN AND YOU'RE SEXIST.
My and my friend's face when
#18 - kuchikirukia (02/20/2014) [+] (11 replies)
Please, I'm sick of seeing this ******** endlessly reposted. He-Man is a male power fantasy. Note he is contrasted with the useless fop of a Prince Adam who has the same physique.

She-Ra, on the other hand, is walking around in the stilts that are high heels, a short dress that's gonna fall open on the top and expose everything on the bottom if the show didn't conveniently ignore physics, she's wearing a useless headdress, a collar, she's glammed out in lipstick, eyeliner, eye shadow, and foundation, and in order to get that figure she has to be missing a few ribs.

He-Man's image:
Tough
Powerful
Dominant

She-Ra's:
Pretty
Pretty
Pretty

That the show portrays her decently in action (from what I recall from 30 years ago) doesn't change that her image portrays something different. "I am a princess and I am here for you to look at me."
#23 to #18 - spokenwun (02/20/2014) [-]
Finally found some fun.

She-Ra's design is reminiscent of Greek/Roman mythology. You could say that she's based on someone like Artemis (Goddess of the Chase etc etc titles) rather than the more sexually fantasized Aphrodite because Artemis didn't wear armor - believing in the purity of the hunt as per her namesake.

Her useless headband is part of the transformation from Adora into She-Ra; which grants her superhuman abilities. With the sword and lasso you would akin it with Green Lantern and his ring (etc etc suit).

He-man depicts a male power fantasy which is almost unattainable; like really - who could manhandle Skeletor? But back to the point, unattainable fantasy = envy; which isn't unlike She-Ra's physical features.

Also, I'd like to point out that falling short of greatness is better than always trying to fight with the village idiot. Competition drives the human spirit. Steel sharpens steel etc etc Japanese proverb.

And Heels? My man, Prince Adam is sporting a pageboy from great clips while he is literally trotting around in his underwear, while wielding a impotent sword.
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User avatar #24 - demandsgayversion (02/20/2014) [-]
>implying both aren't wrong
#49 - devout feminist (02/20/2014) [-]
What does the big boobs help her whith?
are the prittyness relivant to doing good **** ?
theres the difference. he-man god big mussles to fight bad guys
she-ra got boobs to what? distract sceletor?
User avatar #35 - sketchysketchist (02/20/2014) [+] (19 replies)
To be fair, it is frustrating when comic artist and anime creators decide to spend more time focusing on fan service and sexualizing characters.
Like the second half of sword art online. (Tentacles, incest, cat girl, implied threesome, more incest, rape. Come on, seriously should've ended it after 12 episodes.)
Most of high school of the dead. (Tittles jiggling everywhere)
Power girl. (Why are her boobs her symbol?)
Starfire.(For ***** sake, the cartoon version was awesome and DC still keeps her slutty in the comics. Why? Marvel made Nick Fury Black after Samuel ************* Jackson made him more interesting than the stale white guy they originally used, so why can't DC do the same?)
User avatar #3 - spearpwi (02/19/2014) [-]
Some people don't seem to grasp the concept of "role model".
#66 - gtfomylawnbish (02/20/2014) [+] (1 reply)
Do you know why the women look good in video games? No one wants to see some fat bitch running round in a game.


With exception to this. I'd play this if it were a game.
User avatar #68 to #66 - zantheo (02/20/2014) [-]
But Fat Princess is a game.
User avatar #57 - ljxjlos ONLINE (02/20/2014) [+] (1 reply)
I honestly don´t get the problem - Why do all characters in videogames, movies, comics, etc look good?

Yeah, right because THEY ******* LOOK GOOD. Noone would want to see a fat, acne-scared Wolverine with a neckbeard or Lara Croft with saggy tits, a square ass and a nose like a pig.

Why do people feel the need to complicate everything, seriously...
#29 - nebuchadnezzaurus (02/20/2014) [+] (4 replies)
Note that I'm neither agreeing nor disagreeing with the sentiment expressed in this comic, implied or otherwise
#83 - infraredanus (02/20/2014) [+] (2 replies)
I'm a feminist (im also a guy) and I think you are directing that at Feminazis (the ******** who actually just want themselves to be better than men)... Although in some cases holy **** you are right ******* hate those kinds of people.
User avatar #84 to #83 - weenieandthebutt (02/20/2014) [-]
I despise feminism myself as a movement but I'm not the one to disregard female issues in society such as sexual harassment, rape victim blaming, reproductive rights etc. I'm an Egalitarian where male and females issues are just as important as each other and I'm the one to acknowledge biological differences between the two genders. Have you ever thought that you may be an Egalitarian yourself?
#34 - tvfreakuk (02/20/2014) [+] (6 replies)
I'm going to sound like a MRA person, but 						****					 it.   
I hate the whole "He-man is just a male power fantasy!" thing...   
No, seriously. No.    
You can't have it both ways in which everything falls down into being the men's fault.   
Women portrayed in media as a sex symbol = men sexualising women   
Men portrayed as strong, muscular = that's just because it's what men want to be.   
   
Here's a thought. It's both for both.   
The way men and women are portrayed as sex symbols in certain things is based on both. Women want to be the sexy, busty woman; as well as that sexy, busty woman being lusted after by the men... Then the He-Man like character is what men want to be and what women are lusting after.   
That's why men in aftershave/cologne ads are buff, and women in perfume ads are mostly skinny or whatever... Perfume is advertised to women, and cologne is advertised towards men.    
It implies simply "Buy our product, and you're practically like this!"   
   
"but I'm not like tha-"   
Well good for you, you special little snowflake! You're an exception! Now 						****					 off.   
Welcome to equality!
I'm going to sound like a MRA person, but **** it.
I hate the whole "He-man is just a male power fantasy!" thing...
No, seriously. No.
You can't have it both ways in which everything falls down into being the men's fault.
Women portrayed in media as a sex symbol = men sexualising women
Men portrayed as strong, muscular = that's just because it's what men want to be.

Here's a thought. It's both for both.
The way men and women are portrayed as sex symbols in certain things is based on both. Women want to be the sexy, busty woman; as well as that sexy, busty woman being lusted after by the men... Then the He-Man like character is what men want to be and what women are lusting after.
That's why men in aftershave/cologne ads are buff, and women in perfume ads are mostly skinny or whatever... Perfume is advertised to women, and cologne is advertised towards men.
It implies simply "Buy our product, and you're practically like this!"

"but I'm not like tha-"
Well good for you, you special little snowflake! You're an exception! Now **** off.
Welcome to equality!
#2 - ninjamyles **User deleted account** (02/19/2014) [+] (3 replies)
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User avatar #69 - shitposts (02/20/2014) [+] (2 replies)
How shallow to believe it's only about the looks.
User avatar #73 to #72 - shitposts (02/20/2014) [-]
I learned from you
#62 - trailoftears (02/20/2014) [-]
Also male characters are never oversexualized. like..never at all.
User avatar #21 - oceanmist (02/20/2014) [+] (3 replies)
My opinion is, who gives a flying **** even if women are sexualized? Those creators have the right to free speech. You don't have the right to not be offended.
User avatar #30 to #21 - nebuchadnezzaurus (02/20/2014) [-]
I agree with the first part of your comment but what does "You don't have the right not to be offended" mean? I sat for about 1.5 minutes just trying to understand wtf it is you meant by that
#65 - devout feminist (02/20/2014) [-]
I'd say that He-Man actually doesn't have that many problems, because He-Man is actually pretty sensitive looking (what a lot of women say they want) as well as muscly.
The problem is, especially in comic books, that women are impractically designed. The female superheroes drawn by some artists have about 5% of the muscle mass of the male heroes. Yes, women don't pack on as much muscle as easily, but it doesn't account for that difference. Then you look at the fight scenes. Males characters are lunging forward fiercely, female characters are twisting in the air so that both their buttocks and breasts are presented.
Sexism in comic books and cartoons is often not a big issue, but I'm pretty sure men would get annoyed if rather than fighting, Batman started sitting around talking about his feelings or charging into every battle crotch-first despite it being horrible impractical.
Also, look at all the complaints about the ******* in Burton Batman. Women put up with that **** all the time.
#53 - willindor (02/20/2014) [-]
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#6 - malifauxdeux (02/19/2014) [+] (12 replies)
OP, post a ***** picture of yourself on NSFW. You don't have to include your face.
#7 to #6 - weenieandthebutt (02/19/2014) [-]
You know I'm not a girl right....
You know I'm not a girl right....
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