Superheroes with super riduculous sexuality

 

How the Internet makes it easier to see the super-ridiculous.

Comics often depicts female characters in unusually ridiculous poses that push the limits of credulity - even when those limits have been deliberately stretched to make room for people with superpowers.

One good thing of the Internet is that it makes it easy to publicly expose, and challenge, situations like this, individually or in teams.

Shreya Aurora belongs to the first category: she parodies sexist drawings of women in comic books with drawing male heroes in poses typically associated with women:

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Megan Rosalarian does a similar job, for the same reason:

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An example of team work is the Hawkeye Initiative: a group of comics fans and artists that, albeit apparently inactive for three years now, have taken a fresh look at crazy superheroine poses in comics, by swapping them with Hawkeye:

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