In Defense of Scantily Clad Heroines

The fan art is by me, but Wonder Woman is the property of DC Comics.
The fan art is by me, but Wonder Woman is the property of DC Comics.

There is an assumption in mainstream culture that a scantily clad woman is a symbol of sexism. We often hear about how magazines, advertisements and movies use these women to move their product. We’ve all heard the adage that ‘sex sells’, therefore these women are little more than objects to be exploited for corporate gain. Women are human beings with emotions, ambitions and strengths, just like men. So, reducing them to something so shameless and blatant is a disservice to them. I was raised in a very feminist household, so this was my mentality growing up. However, there is an alternative argument to be made here and I think it deserves exploration.

I was watching a youtube video a while back about tropes versus women in video games by Feminist Frequency. When I first saw the link, I assumed that the presenter would focus on characters like Lara Croft or the Dead or Alive girls, who frequently use the scantily clad pictures to sell their product. It came as a surprise when she seemed to be zeroing in on Mario and other games where the female represents the damsel in distress. The sexism comes from women being portrayed as a weak object to be obtained by the player. If it occurred in only one game, it could have been explained as a character trait: women aren’t weak, just this particular princess. However, the theme occurred in so many separate games that it ceased being about a story and started becoming a caricature. She goes on to examine other ways in which women are portrayed negatively, none of which involves their wardrobe choices. I actually don’t know how she views the scantily clad heroine. I’m not affiliated with her in any way, but I do recommend her videos (I'll post the first at the end of this hub). However, her approach did get me thinking. Are there portrayals of women that are more damaging than simply showing them in a bikini?

The New 52 costume gave Wonder Woman pants, then promptly took them away from her.
The New 52 costume gave Wonder Woman pants, then promptly took them away from her.

The best example that I can think of is Wonder Woman. She’s one of the top three DC comic super heroes, alongside Batman and Superman. And, while she struggles to gain traction on the big screen, she is one of the most beloved super heroes. She’s a strong person, both physically and mentally, with a good moral compass. Basically, she is the hero that people strive to be (not just women). So, I would say that she is a positive role model, and yet her costume is quite revealing. Comics also have a tendency to portray shirtless men in loincloths, but I think everyone would agree that it’s more common to see female characters wearing less than it is male characters. So, the question is, does Wonder Woman’s outfit, undermine her character?

I wrote an article a while back about America’s Fear of Sex and Nudity. In that article I pointed out how people in the U.S. tend to ‘freak out’ about nudity and sexuality, particularly when it’s in a place of prominence (like a super bowl half time show). There is definitely a sense of guilt and shame that comes with nudity in this country. So the idea that a strong female character could also show off her body is a conflict of interest. Certainly a positive role model would be modest and/or ashamed of what was under her super-suit. Basically we’ve decided that nudity is immoral and, therefore, someone who is moral should shun it. Obviously Wonder Woman isn’t running around naked, but you get the idea. Whether or not you deem nudity to be something immoral, I contend that the amount of skin Wonder Women shows has no impact on her strength as a character. In much the same way that someone could like Tarzan or Conan the Barbarian, even though both men run around in little more than a loincloth.

The Secret History of Wonder Woman
The Secret History of Wonder Woman

A fantastic look at Wonder Woman's origins in feminism and controversy.

 

I do want to be clear that I’m not advocating that all heroines should be nude. There is a running joke in MMORPGs that the artwork for female characters is forcibly skimpy when compared to the male models. And I agree that people should have a choice which one they get. I also agree that it doesn’t make sense for a female character to go into battle with skin exposed because she would be a ridiculously easy target. But I do think that positive role models don’t have to be ashamed of their bodies in order to be considered positive role models.

And that brings me back to the youtube videos I mentioned above. She points out instances of women being reduced to little more than objects (when their wardrobe is not a factor). Whether it’s helplessness, violence against them, or their gender as their only defining factor, each of these issues strikes me as a more damaging portrayal of women. Women can be, and are, heroes. Wonder Woman is a fictional example, but she exemplifies strength, courage and prowess (Just like Lara Croft or the women in fighting games). So, my defense of her outfit isn’t because I think it’s a smart outfit. (I prefer the Odyssey version) I defend it because there are way more damaging depictions of women out there that need attention. For example, the main character of the Twilight series, Bella, leads a life that is entirely dependent on her vampire boyfriend; which teaches young women that it’s okay to obsess over a boy who is abusive. I don’t like using that series as an example, because I know a lot of people like it, but my point is that feminism is about female empowerment and the equality of the sexes. And a strong female character, who is scantily clad, has a better impact on society than a fully clothed female character that promotes a caricature, objectification or abuse.

I do think there is a legitimate debate about the logic of such skimpy costumes, as well as one about artistic style and genre idealism. But, ultimately, all of our bodies are beautiful, and we shouldn’t spend so much energy condemning such depictions when there are more important things to work towards.

I highly recommend Feminist Frequency's videos.

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trusouldj 2 years ago from Indiana

the amazing thing is, when i was a kid, I never thought about WW's lack of clothes. I was more amazed at the fact that she was this cool super heroine with spectacular powers.


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M. T. Dremer 2 years ago from United States Author

trusouldj - A perfect example. Those who take the time to get to know the character can see the strengths. I think a lot of the detractors are people who haven't read any of the source material. Thanks for the comment!


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MG Singh 2 years ago from Singapore

Excellent post. Sex is the maIn driving fOrce in lIfe and this is a manifestation of that


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M. T. Dremer 2 years ago from United States Author

MG Singh - Eating and sleeping are also pretty strong forces. ;) Thanks for the comment.


Mike 2 years ago

well as you pointed out Sex sells and while in this case Wonder Woman can't protest it but when say a model does a scantily clad photo for adverts in a magazine I don't see the big problem she didn't have a gun to her head and forced to do it and I don't think there is going to be enough protest amongst comic readers demanding she puts on some pants really its target marketing


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M. T. Dremer 2 years ago from United States Author

Mike - You're right, it is target marketing and sex does sell. To some extent, it also happens with men (Giorgio Armani ads love the scantily clad men) though it's entirely disproportionate. But, the focus of this article is similar to one I wrote previously wherein I outlined the fear of nudity in the U.S. Too much 'nudity shaming' and you teach everyone to be ashamed of their bodies. There is an argument to be made about which bodies are being featured in the ads, but that's an entirely different debate. Thanks for the comment!


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limpet 2 years ago from London England

i am old enough to remembet the original Wonder Woman and at that time Women's fashions were modest with hemlines below knee level and never any cleavage visible. Wonder Woman's first outfit was similar to what college girls wore when playing sport, functional but feminine.

When not crime fighting she was Diana Prince either in military uniform 1950 s type or the civilian fashionable trend of the era.


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M. T. Dremer 2 years ago from United States Author

limpet - That's interesting that her original outfit had similarities to a sports uniform. It might help explain why so many male superheroes tend to wear spandex-heavy outfits. Thanks for the perspective and the comment!


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limpet 2 years ago from London England

If a Wonder Woman movie or T.V. series could be made featuring 1940 s and 50 s era styles and culture it would be a welcome relief from all the bravado and fake imagery Hollywood is doing now and a bit of nostalgia for us 'oldies' too.


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M. T. Dremer 2 years ago from United States Author

I'm still holding out hope for the Odyssey storyline. I just feel like it's a more grounded costume/narrative that would be a great way to introduce people to the wonder woman mythos. But, something tells me the Gal Gadot wonder woman won't go that route.


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limpet 2 years ago from London England

Wonder Woman is my first superheroine although there were many heroines on screen and in reality before that. In regard to revealing costumes, what if it is actually 'the Establishment' of our times actively promoting a Scandinavian style approach toward morality now as a sense of maturity. Out in the Far East their culture practicaly regards the statue of Venus de Milo and Michaelangelo's David as pornography. Then there is children to consider but they do know how to access anything these days.


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M. T. Dremer 2 years ago from United States Author

How 'skimpy' something is regarded, is definitely in the eyes of the beholder. Most things that are scandalous in the U.S. are assigned that level offense based on an arbitrary system that holds violence in less regard. I wrote a hub about America's fear of Sex and Nudity, so I won't go as much into it here. But I personally believe that seeing nudity is far less damaging to children than seeing graphic violence.


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limpet 2 years ago from London England

Many of the shopfront windows in London city and the West End now feature these new 'dummy maniquins' from Sweden (where else?) that are so 'lifelike' that unclothed is enough to make males drool!


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limpet 2 years ago from London England

The latest Wonder Woman movie is now set for release for public viewing. From what i have read in the publicity blurb it sounds true to the original. Let's hope that it delivers the goods.


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M. T. Dremer 2 years ago from United States Author

I'm definitely curious to see how they handle her on the big screen. Hopefully it goes well, because at this point she should be a franchise hero like Batman or Superman, not a character where one movie will make or break the entire career.


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limpet 2 years ago from London England

What we can expect is a lot of computer generated imagery or it was called trick photography when we were kids. Not sure a prequel or Wonder Woman II, III and IV would work though if they get this one right there will be no need make another Wonder Woman movie for a while although you can bet on studios in the Far East doing 'copy cat' versions as they did with Charlie's Angels.


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M. T. Dremer 2 years ago from United States Author

At this point, I would accept even the copy cat versions. At least then SOMEONE would be embracing this type of character.


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limpet 2 years ago from London England

Agreed! Your point does have merits as i recall the proliferation of Lara Croft 'lookalikes' and professional models to promote the premiere of Lara Croft films as well as commercial merchandising. That has kind of dwindled now but i think that the Lara Croft sequels will keep on coming.


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limpet 2 years ago from London England

A publicity still of the Wonder Woman costume of the 2014 movie has been released. Personally i regard the outfit as functional. This time around Wonder Woman uses a sword for fighting at close quarter. The leather corset could afford some degree of protection for her, but the boots need to be good for ankle support and i would have liked to see a sort of helmet. Wonder Woman is minus a cape in the imagery but may have discarded it for practical reasons.


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M. T. Dremer 2 years ago from United States Author

I saw the picture. Personally, I think it's a step in the right direction. More Xena than leotard. So I look forward to seeing it in action. Though I still can't understand why they won't give her pants. And I'm reserving judgement on Gal Gadot until I see her in action as well.


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Anate 2 years ago

I would agree with you that the new outfit is a step in the right direction armor wise although I think that it still has severe problems. The pants would be a main issue because armor without pants does not make much sense to me. I think that they should have also covered the neck and the upper chest area for practical armor reasons but... I wish they had gone more with how they have done armor for women in the Marvel movies with Sif as her armor actually looks like something a sensible warrior would wear and less with Xena's because even Xena's isn't all that great.


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M. T. Dremer 2 years ago from United States Author

Anate - I also agree that Lady Sif was a good example of how to make a heroine look sensible and attractive at the same time. (She was actually my top choice to play Wonder Woman). It really kind of baffles me how much trouble they seem to have with her outfit.


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Anate 2 years ago

In all fairness, the guy in charge of the movie is the same person, who had Spartans wearing speedos instead of armor (yes I know this was from the source material) in 300, so while I was hoping for a better outfit than what we got, I really was not expecting one.


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limpet 2 years ago from London England

Don't particularly think what is relevant to a woman's mode of dress as the fashions change what ever the trend set by the times. Uniforms are great for identifying an organisation and i recall the introduction of the 'mix n match' style in the 1970s where a woman could choose her outfit from a variety of garments to suit her mood on the day. Weather also a deciding factor. Those women who are in the crime fighting role who go undercover (pun intended) would select the suitable attire for the local conditions for example a bikini is okay for the beach but not a court room.On the lion of justice the fair maid of hope rides like a Queen.


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limpet 22 months ago from London England

I never regarded Wonder Woman as being scantily clad at all. A superheroine , yes one of the best and most enduring. I did however find Batwoman's form fitting costume to be somewhat erotic to say the least as it accentuated her curveacious figure phenomenally. In one of the first Batwoman comic strips she was in the process of apprehending a burglar and the massive bat's wing shaped black cloak would have been enough to intimidate any wrong doer.


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M. T. Dremer 22 months ago from United States Author

limpet - I think, by today's standards, Wonder Woman's original costume is pretty tame. Though some iterations of it have gotten skimpier and skimpier. Googling pictures of her will show some of the more scandalous variations. But, it's true that other heroines have had skin-tight outfits that are one color change away from being nude.


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belleart 22 months ago from Ireland

you've kind of stumped me with this one. I've always given out about how female characters are dressed in games and comics, saying that its only done because we as a society want to see women in tight clothes and short skirts, and that we just wouldn't bother reading/watching about them otherwise. but you've got a point in that the same can be said of male heroesin comics. And now im starting to worry if im a hypocrite because i too try to teach people not to be ashamed of nudity and sexuality. good hub, great points, now im going to go pondér the ways of the world and why nothing is ever as simple as black and white


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M. T. Dremer 22 months ago from United States Author

belleart - I do think that female sexuality is more readily used in media, than male, but we really shouldn't be ashamed by either. We're genetically conditioned to like the human form, yet somewhere along the line we decided we should feel guilty about it. But that's an entirely different debate. Thank you for the thoughtful comment!


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limpet 22 months ago from London England

When Catherine Gale arrived on the scene for the 1960s cult T.V. series The Avengers there was a multi variety wardrobe of fashionable garments available for her job as a sleuth going undercover. As the situations changed for Cathy Gale to deal with male adversaries in fight sequences, culottes of slacks suits became the norm. After splitting the seams of a pair of slacks revealing slender legs on film, it was decided to introduce tight leather outfits. Honor Blackman the glamorous English deva who portrayed Ms Gale said in an interview that spending most of the time in leather does cause one to become aroused. Cathy Gale's American counterpart Honey West sometimes wore a body stocking for her parts and was sometimes caught out minus fully clothed. A famous Honey West take was being in a bubble bath and wearing sunglasses.


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M. T. Dremer 22 months ago from United States Author

limpet - This issue definitely extends into other forms of media, in other time periods. In fact, it seems like we've been having similar discussions for decades. Makes me wonder why it has resurfaced so consistently.


Lantokey 21 months ago from Olde London Towne

Greetings my little Darklings!

Recent Gothic exhibition here in olde London Towne featured heavily Elvira, Vampirella and of all super heroines Batwoman! In Elvira's case her costumery does do her justice. Elvira's best feature is a beautiful 'mop' of elaborately coiffured hair, her crowning glory. Elvira's 'make up' is also very stylish and unique In Vampirella's case, well, she just couldn't be wearing any thing less than that red monokini and just a white collar upturned. Vampirella's appeal is that she is from another planet light years away. Though not a blood drinker herself the lips are glossed 'blood red' as are her fingernails. Batwoman seems to have the most descent costume as far as modesty in concerned. Lots more super heroines were featured but i've mentioned my favourites.

Happy nightmares!

the gadfly


Lantokey 21 months ago from Olde London Towne

Haven't seen any mention of Modesty Blaise here yet. The Modesty Blaise anthologies as well as the Modesty Blaise dossier do not evoke much sexuality. Her relationships with males are not evident. The two movies and T.V. pilot episode were pretty unremarkable too.


Lantokey 21 months ago from Olde London Towne

But the illustrator of the Modesty Blaise comic strip (pun intended) seems to delight in showing Miss Blaise having frequent showers although discreet but not leaving much to the imagination. When travelling to exotic locations M.B. can't help wearing revealing costumes to suit the climate for example when in Arabia she inevitably ends up in a harem dressed as a belly dancer or in India garbed in saree but modified to accentuate her form.


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M. T. Dremer 21 months ago from United States Author

There is definitely something to be said about the exaggerations of the artistic medium. Very rarely do heroes (in movies or comic books) wear something that makes sense. Some have tried, like Batman's arsenal in Batman Begins, or Tony Stark's iron man suit. But most still fall back on the skin-tight spandex. Which can seem superficial or exploitative on the surface, but doesn't it also remind us that we're human? Not just because it breaks the character down into the human shape, but because of our reaction to the artwork while we're reading it.


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limpet 21 months ago from London England

With regard to the fictional Modesty Blaise character, her relationship with men is such that only a few males are worthy of her attention. The 'close knit' trust between her and and her dependable 'man friday' Willie Garvin is purely professional. Mister Garvin who refers to Miss Blaise as his 'Princess' is some what of a lady's man himself however he is able to curb his urges while working together on their various capers tackling a variety of malevolent villains. Within the Modesty Blaise anthologies and also her dossier it is hinted (to me anyway) is that she has some what of a sadistic streak in her 'make up' but couldn't be more generous in kindness to those she likes.


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limpet 19 months ago from London England

Posted a lengthy comment here recently which hasn't materialised on line however i've totally forgotten what i was on about. It would have been Wonder Woman or Modesty Blaise (immodesty Blaise) but not sure. At least here we are keeping the thread moving.


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M. T. Dremer 19 months ago from United States Author

I don't delete comments, so it should still be on here somewhere. Not sure how comments work in search engines though. You should write a hub about Modesty Blaise.


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limpet 19 months ago from London England

I wouldn't write a Modesty Blaise hub page as there is already two well writtern sites and much comment else where. There was too much in the Modesty Blaise anthologies and also the M.B. dossier that i couldn't possibly relate it all. Likewise Wonder Woman who predates Modesty by a couple of decades has at ten separate sites on hub. W.W. is certainly popular.


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limpet 16 months ago from London England

The recent 'comics convention' held in San Diego, to my knowledge precluded any Wonder Woman promotional content but gave prominence to the next Superman/ Batman extravaganza. This has caused many women commentators to express some consternation not particularly W.W. fans but the fact that a woman (of such calibre) has been 'left out'!


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M. T. Dremer 16 months ago from United States Author

limpet - I suppose I should be happy that Wonder Woman is in BvS at all, but I can't shake the feeling that she will feel 'tacked on' to a movie that isn't about her. Hopefully it doesn't do such a poor job that the Wonder Woman movie gets scrapped. But it looks like Joss Whedon is going to be starting a new comic book character in Twist, so that's something to look forward to.


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limpet 16 months ago from London England

I'd be prepared to accept Wonder Woman in whatever guise the owners to the W.W. rights wish to portray. Wonder Woman i'm sure will outlast secret agent Peggy Carter and super sleuth Phryne Fisher, meaning no disrespect to those two ladies at all!


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M. T. Dremer 16 months ago from United States Author

She probably will outlast them. Though Peggy Carter is a much needed addition to the Marvel cinematic universe. And I personally think her television show is the best offering Marvel has on TV (better than Shield and Daredevil).


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limpet 16 months ago from London England

We here in Olde London towne only got the first episode of Agent Carter this week, so that i trust the series will continue season after season. It's like a 'breath of fresh air' for such a talented performer as Hayley Atwell not so much a newcomer but certainly making her mark in the industry. Hope this lady doesn't get stereotyped in one character role but the 1940's/50's era was a great time to be alive despite the cold war.


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limpet 12 months ago from London England

I anticipated that somewhere in the Far East they would come up with a 'copy cat' version of Wonder Woman and i found it right here on the hub pages. No criticism leveled at the producers of this super heroine although the pot lines are identical to W.W. but her garments are much more suggestive.


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limpet 11 months ago from London England

Saw mention of Modesty Blaise in previous comment. One of the earlier novels had her on a mission to rescue a political prisoner in an unamed 'banana republic'. She was able to neutralise a sentry from behind and in darkness. But to overpower the jailers she decided to strip to her waist so that the sight of her 'bare chested' would cause a distraction and distract them as well. Far from modest but mission accomplished.


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limpet 10 months ago from London England

As i've mentioned Wonder Woman and Modesty Blaise so often on the hub pages i'd like to get back to concentrating on the wider topic. These days we tend to avoid the 'Damsel in distress' syndrome preferring an actual independant woman not necessarily a super heroine. However a harsh reality is that some vulnerable girls get trafficked by deceitful gangs and it's always good to hear of them being brought to task and their victims cared for. In fictional story lines i don't think there is a need to relate how the character is garbed as if she happens to be on the case the exposure of ample attributes only contributes to attracting unwanted attention from prowlers and lone wolves looking for an easy 'pick up'. When the lady has a male assistant then they have a mutual understanding on the relationship and she would never compromise herself. Maybe in private perhaps depending on the gist of the plot. There are times where the lady may have a manservant or hire men for her specific needs and here the highest of integrity should be shown by all involved.


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M. T. Dremer 10 months ago from United States Author

I think the takeaway lesson from comics like Wonder Woman is that a woman can be independent, strong, and sexy, if she so chooses to be. Real-life human traffickers are evil, and will do what they're going to do regardless of the mentality of their victim. But that doesn't mean we should raise out little girls to think of themselves as victims. We just try to teach everyone to be strong, and it will help us combat evil acts in the long run.


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limpet 8 months ago from London England

Isn't it true that the last Wonder Woman pilot episode wasn't released for fear that it would flop? Regarding the costumes which have varied over the last so many decades to reflect the changing fashions. i think that in the times of antiquity their garments changed very little over the centuries. So if we can have a proper outfit for W.W. to wear proudly and keep the tradition alive.


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limpet 8 months ago from London England

Two Wonder Woman movies (one premiered in London, another in the 'pipeline') staring a former Miss Israel Gal Gadot. I expect she will fit the part amazingly.


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M. T. Dremer 8 months ago from United States Author

It's better that the wonder woman pilot didn't air. It's floating around online now and it was atrocious. Not only did it butcher the character, it was just bad writing/acting all around. I sincerely hope that Gal Gadot does better, but with her introduction coming in Batman V Superman, I'm setting my expectations very low.


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limpet 8 months ago from London England

I think personally that movies these days don't live up to the golden years of Hollywood.


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limpet 4 months ago from London England

Allow me to expand on my previous posting regarding the 'golden years' of Hollywood. I'm referring to the bevy of beauties who were known as 'starlets' then (if they were glamorous ladies) but screen sirens if they were 'no nonsense' principal actresses capable of standing their ground. With few exceptions i think this probably 'petered out' mid 1970's. Some good examples may be Sigourney Weaver, Angelica Huston, Gillian Anderson etc.


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limpet 4 months ago from London England

Vampirella was also an entity if i can use the word in place of super heroine that was pretty scant on dress sense.


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limpet 4 months ago from London England

I've heard that the ancient Celtic tribes fought naked in battles with the women urging them to fight harder.


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limpet 3 months ago from London England

The 'bare breasted' distraction used by Modesty Blaise was known as the 'nailer' consequently after a few karate chops and high spin kicks her male adversaries were on the floor and 'out cold'.


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limpet 3 months ago from London England

Still think the leather oufits worn by Cathy Gale in The Avengers T.V. series were both stunning and functional. Honey West in a black body stocking also did her a fashionable look.


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M. T. Dremer 3 months ago from United States Author

Anita Sarkeesian made a good point in one of her Tropes Vs Women videos that I'm embarrassed to admit I didn't think about sooner. While a woman can be strong, smart, AND sexy, a fictional character's costume choice isn't a woman's choice. In other words "maybe it's her choice to dress that way" doesn't hold up for fictional characters, particularly when their creators are men (like Wonder Woman). I wrote this article almost two years ago, and I'm starting to think it needs updating.


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limpet 3 months ago from London England

Wonder Woman's origins mid way through World War II i think was to give more scope in balancing out the discrepancy within the superheroes of the time and prove that women were useful in the war effort. Hasn't she come a long way since then? In the U.K. we had an equivalent of Wonder Woman and written by a man for both boys and girls, this was Worrals of the W.A.A.F. who holding a pilot's licence since pre war days was commissioned into the Air Force to ferry fighter planes from factory to airfields. She remained in service during the cold war catching spies as well as bringing criminals to justice.When not in uniform or flight suit Worrals wore sensible clothing and always carried a gun on her missions.


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M. T. Dremer 3 months ago from United States Author

Wonder woman definitely represents more now, and has come further, than her wartime origins. But, for the most part, she is a female character that has been written and illustrated by men. I'm very curious to see the wonder woman movie, as the director is not only a fan, but is the first woman to interpret a mainstream version of the character.


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limpet 3 months ago from London England

This, i've got to see as well!

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