Women Aren’t Accessories, They Just Wear Them
Whether you call them comic books or graphic novels they often have something in common, women. It’s no secret to most that comic books have a habit of objectifying women regardless of their hero status.
Rather than truly focusing on physical strengths, many comic book artists and writers have a tendency to focus on a female character’s physical assets instead, making it a point to have a woman’s super powers permeating from the curves of her chest rather than the intelligence of her mind.
It’s safe to assume that the comic book industry is heavily populated with a typical male mindset, leaving most female characters in compromising positions and outfits.
The comic book industry has always stirred strong emotions in me due to the vast negative portrayal of women that pollute many comic book pages.
Knowing that male readers, young and old, are soaking up the myth that women are…
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