When an artist makes Power Girl’s boobs smaller or covers them up, they are saying that there is something wrong with Power Girl’s boobs. They’re too big, too on display, too present.
There is NOTHING wrong with Power Girl’s boobs.
They are NOT too big.
They are NOT displayed too much.
They are NOT present too much.
Her fictional boobs are FINE, NORMAL, and PERFECTLY OK.
Peej isn’t someone to hide her chest. Yeah she’s got a boob window, SO FUCKING WHAT. She isn’t ashamed of her body. Who gives a fuck if she has bountiful cleavage? Peej has cleavage because SHE LIKES IT.
I’m a busty gal. One of the reasons I love Peej is because she has my boobs. The big, not hide-able orbs of power. So yes, when people cover up Peej, it reminds me of all the times I’ve been told to cover up and ‘look decent.
Now unrealistic boobs that defy physics is a completely different matter.
Reblogging because, dammit, I agree so much with this and posted about it before.
I’m reblogging this because I completely agree with what’s said. Well, I DO approach women on the street sometimes, but if they’re not interested and/or wary, I’m never offended and always politely let them be. The worst part is that very often I’ve expressed my frustration at how so many jerks make it difficult for good people to approach girls, and too often I can see the guy I was telling that to doesn’t understand, or even disapproves of what I said.
I have recently bought myself a miniature for the Xorn, a D&D monster which eats precious metals or minerals.
Basically this thing exists so a DM can mess with an adventuring party’s treasure. And I like oddball monsters, I really do.
Aside from that, I was recently reading Green Devil Face #4 and one of the articles (‘Wand of the Weird’) had a table for random effects a magic wand could do. One of them was the following:
“The subject’s eyes turn into gems worth
5,000gp each. The eyes function as normal
as long as they remain in the subject’s
Now… You can also insert that effect into a magic trap, a spell, a mutation, it doesn’t matter… What matters is that to someone who suddenly has gems for eyes, the Xorn has gone from being a nuisance to being a terrifying monster who wants to eat his eyes!!!
O.k, o.k, I said I’d ignore all future Anon messages about this, but this was just too perfect an example. I mean, I’m kind of thinking this is just trolling and not a genuine opinion, but then again the internet taught me better. :p
First of all, I’m not talking about any sort of plight in my current life, I just explained why I was unfollowing certain blogs that I otherwise generally enjoyed, and how certain supposedly anti-racist actions and comments are actually racist.
As soon as you start pointing out negative differences that you believe about races, you ARE being racist. To say there is no such thing as racism against white people IS racist. It’s saying “Since some of your ancestors treated mine poorly, I can tell you whatever mean thing I feel like, I’m ENTITLED to it and you have no right to point out that you as a person had nothing to do with it!” or “Since there’s a lot of people who are still ignorant in this day and age, I’m going to assume all of your race is, including yourself.”
Now, you can think that’s the truth. But then you also cannot deny you’re being racist. That does include what one believes to be moral superiority. So if you think white people are scum, you can’t say you’re against racism. You’re a racist yourself. What would be more accurate for you to say is that you’re racist and you think the white race is immoral and whatnot. Don’t forget to explain in detail why YOUR race produces much better human beings too while you’re at it.
The thing is, I’m not denying one bit that white people are in a current position of privilege generally speaking in many important parts of the world. I’m just pointing out that the answer to all of this is not to become racist oneself, nor is it to assume all white people think it’s how things should be. But if that’s how you want to see things, go ahead and have a very limited life socially speaking. (I always believed that intolerant people limit themselves a lot when it comes to who they meet and could otherwise have in their lives, as friends or in some cases as more.)
So anyway, I’ll ignore all future anonymous messages about this and reply to those who are not anonymous, unless they’d just make me repeat myself.
And I think I’ll stand, thank you very much. :)