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Are Comics Inherently Sexist?

Whether we like it or not comics as an overall in comic history have been sexist. But as time has passed comics have been becoming alot less sexist. Women used to be portayed as the average housewife doing all the right things. When women have a powerful role in a comic book they are always portayed as a sex symbol. This is inherently sexist and offensive to alot of women. Some people may say comics are sexist because of the lack of female heroes. But in reality most of the comic book fans are male so it really takes the theory away. If most comic book fans are male than it gives the comic book writers and inscentive and reason to make most of the charecters male. We need to realize this is a business people are looking to make money in. Feelings are going to get hurt this is a busniess and people need to realize that.


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