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[*] Post 365878 posted on 12-2-2009 at 20:18 Reply With Quote
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Red-headed lesbian -or Batwoman to her friends

First they kill off Batman...

Why play around with the formula?



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[*] Post 365897 posted on 12-2-2009 at 23:18 Reply With Quote


Superheroes have always been squeaky clean, homosexuality, in the eyes of many, may well tarnish that image. Why don't they promote Robin to the role of Blatman or leave Flatwoman s a crime fighter with no reference to her sexual mores. Bruce Wayne's, or Clark Kent's sexuality was never mentioned, they never seemed to be portrayed as close to any woman which left their characters open to conjecture. The status quo should have been maintained in the case of Flatwoman, people could have then imagined what they like.
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[*] Post 365903 posted on 12-2-2009 at 23:29 Reply With Quote


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Superheroes have always been squeaky clean, homosexuality, in the eyes of many, may well tarnish that image. Why don't they promote Robin to the role of Blatman or leave Flatwoman s a crime fighter with no reference to her sexual mores. Bruce Wayne's, or Clark Kent's sexuality was never mentioned, they never seemed to be portrayed as close to any woman which left their characters open to conjecture. The status quo should have been maintained in the case of Flatwoman, people could have then imagined what they like.



Sounds very sensible - but then sensible and Hollywood don't always fit in the same sentence !:D
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