Ya, woman have it tough. I remember having a huge fight with a girl in art class over comic books. She said how horrible they were because the women all have hu women Men sexism
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Ya, woman have it tough

Ya, woman have it tough. I remember having a huge fight with a girl in art class over comic books. She said how horrible they were because the women all have hu

I remember having a huge fight with a girl in art class over comic books. She said how horrible they were because the women all have huge boobs and that it was unrealistic and bad for women's self esteem. I just laughed and agreed because all the male super hero's are perfectly normal in size.

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#16 - holeymoley (07/22/2013) [+] (28 replies)
#1 - benevolentpsycho (07/22/2013) [+] (7 replies)
To help with your argument
#46 - anonymous (07/22/2013) [+] (33 replies)
Men are the superior gender and they have to realize that. The only reason why we let them think they are equal to us is so we can **** them. We know if we told them the truth they wouldn't have sex with us, so we pretend and let them think what they want. I swear once we find a way to make babies without needing women they will become our sex slaves.
#76 - optimussum (07/22/2013) [+] (5 replies)
#158 - trustsharpeye (07/22/2013) [+] (17 replies)
I genuinely think porn comes into this.
And before you respond with "Huehue 'comes into' hear me out.
The majority of people who watch porn are guys.
The guys in porn are always totally ripped.
Surely that's influencing the average teen to think only the really good-looking guys get sex?

It's the same with TV shows, it's always the good-looking protagonist who gets the girl.
#187 - belgiumguy ONLINE (07/22/2013) [-]
Atleast Deadpool allows us to have an ugly face
#141 - lolfire (07/22/2013) [-]
Real beauty is not being fat.

Once again, a company pandering to the weakest in society.

******* disgusting.
User avatar #25 - hudis (07/22/2013) [+] (8 replies)
It's not that hard to look physically impressive as a guy if you just go to the gym for an hour five days a week or so. Women kind of have it different since their unrealistic body stereotypes tend to involve big breasts, apple bottom, hourglass figure, etc - all of which are things women can't really do anything about without surgery. It's more about genetics.
User avatar #44 to #25 - Korzine (07/22/2013) [-]
I don't think you realize how much dedication it takes to achieve a muscular body for a man. Naturally at least.
#2 - doctoryou (07/22/2013) [+] (7 replies)
I guess it's really about the kind of person you are. Some guys aren't shallow and aren't looking for a girl just for beauty. The same applies to some girls. But for those who want to look better it's as simple as getting to the gym. Here is some motivation.
User avatar #189 - fukkendragonite (07/22/2013) [-]
When did it say only women have this problem? Don't assume the aim of the ad. The ad isn't an attack on men, it's a ******* advert to get people to buy **** . Who'd have ****** thought it eh?
#190 - vedgetable (07/22/2013) [-]
******* faggot ***** , thats what i see, ofcourse we have ******* high standards for an ideal, why the **** would the ideal be common? its only logical that the ideal is hard to achieve, am i the only ******** who thinks this?
#178 - Wumbologist (07/22/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Well, this is just my personal opinion, so you can take it however you will, but I don't like it when either girls or guys bitch about "conforming to society's standards" or "being comfortable in their bodies." In fact, I hate bitching of all kinds. To me, it's like saying that you're not mature enough to do things that are difficult.
So, society has a view of how you should look. You have two options—get on the decidedly feminist high horse and complain about how it's not realistic, or get your ass in the gym. Being in shape certainly isn't easy, but nothing in life worth doing is.

This summer I realized I was unhealthy with my body image. I was kind of insecure about it. Did I see a counselor? No. Did I piss and moan on the internet? No. I started eating right and working out, and now I feel much better about it, and it wasn't because I fabricated confidence, had my friends tell me I was beautiful when I wasn't, or complained that it was too difficult to achieve, but because I actually began trying to achieve it.

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User avatar #263 - AresX (07/23/2013) [-]
TBH it's more of a male power fantasy than a false body stereotype
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#34 - jaigurudevaom (07/22/2013) [+] (14 replies)
Men in comic books aren't sexualised
I agree that they don't have a body that an ordianry man could achieve
But their purpose in the comic isn't to just look pretty
Women care about the way they look because of men wanting women to be "10/10" and they don't date "ugly girls"
User avatar #35 to #34 - ambiguous **User deleted account** (07/22/2013) [-]
You do realize it works both ways, right? Women don't want to date "ugly men" either.

Do you think the male characters are ripped and buff because of the male fans?
#32 - ZalgotheImminent (07/22/2013) [+] (2 replies)
While Deadpool with his costume on is pretty good looking, him without it on is pretty damn ick.

Y'know, cancer and all.
#218 - delphine (07/22/2013) [+] (1 reply)
I have no problem with women in comic books being drawn as attractive and strong. Problem is most of the depictions of women are not very tastefully done... This picture of the Scarlet Witch is a good example of a tasteful comic book female... She's still sexy but there is attention to anatomy, she looks strong and not like a pair of giant tits with pencil arms.

Also, Dove Real Beauty Campaign is a bunch of ********* . They only care about making a profit just like any other corporation.
#73 - ROTFLcopter **User deleted account** (07/22/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Actually that's mostly true. Sure there's unrealistic body stereotypes for both sexes, but I think the main difference is that only women (for the most part) feel like it's something that they have to deal with.

In other words, women see unrealistic body stereotypes on tv, magazines, etc. and think "Oh my god that's so unfair no real person could ever be like that I'm so jealous I'll never be good enough etc..." But a man sees these superhero bodies and is just like "Meh, whatever." Again, this is just generalization.
#80 to #73 - kanedam (07/22/2013) [-]
#15 - italianchef (07/22/2013) [-]
its because guys dont care.
women care about looking good then make a big deal that they are being set up for unrealistic standards
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