Nope, men and women aren’t equally sexualized in comics

Persistence is the determining factor.

And 'round and 'round the goal posts go.

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How so?

Now i am demanding something of you… but I’m the one having a conversation with someone imaginary.

I say this rarely, but go outside and breathe, friend.

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You could ignore @AcerPlatanoides, but you’ve decided not to do so.

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I am outside.

Your point?

Of course not. I simply won’t let him ignore me. How could he possibly do that with me holding this gun to his head?

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Have you recieved enough attention yet?

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Men never sexualized in comics, part 2:

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Have you?

I think we should be asking “what’s yours”? You said that @AcerPlatanoides demanded something of you, and I don’t see that at all.

Hell no. I have dozens of unstated implications to get you to express for me.

I want to hear all about me from such an expert on the human condition as yourself.

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You ever hear of irony?

From the article - if you disagree, fine, but tell us why.

Big muscles are a male fantasy. That’s not to say that women aren’t ever into them, but let’s face facts; women have never been the primary target audience for superhero comics, and male heroes are drawn with big muscles anyway. Make no mistake; women are there. But those big muscles are not there for women.
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No one said “never”.

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It’s all here for you to go back and read for yourself. I’m not your teacher.

Let me just quote yourself:

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Wow. I forgot people like you even still existed. Thanks man. I remember why I am a humanist today.

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Welp, you sure got me… that smart manbrain of yours certainly outdid my feeble lady-brain.

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