Legislators argue that these child pageants negatively influence girls’ body image and sense of self-worth. The hypersexualization of children has sparked controversy in French media before, after a 10-year old was dressed provocatively in a 2010 Vogue spread sparking a dialogue about this very issue.
Really clichéd poster that tries to fit in all characters somehow and shows a female love-interest clinging to the main-characters chest and looking fearfully into the camera, while he clutches his weapon and looks determined to protect her. Also, some buildings, some armies, evil-lookin villains and fighting sidekicks in the background. This poster is not cheesy it’s like the huge spongy mother-cheese of all cheesy things.
Also, Jane. Why is Jane in the middle of it all? No, wait, why is Jane in the movie ANYWAYS?? Jane is probably one of the shittiest female characters in the Marvel movieverse- oh wait, let me correct that- she is THE shittiest female character in the Marvel movieverse.
She is plain Jane, Jane Doe, Jane what-fucking-ever. She is just some random girl that might have a semi-interesting job but otherwise the personality of a fucking stone. And we aint talking diamonds and jewels here. She barely knew Thor for like, one day, and was oh-so-overwhelmed that she decided the random long-haired fellow she rode over had to be THE one for her. Prince Charming from Norse-God-Heaven. Thanks god it was raining men that day. Or wait, wasn’t it Thor who decided on hitting on her first, and who kinda claimed her as her love interest which she was perfectly fine with because he is some sorta god and of course women are that way?? I DONT REMEMBER BECAUSE LITERALLY NOTHING WENT ON BETWEEN THEM EXCEPT FOR A LITTLE STARGAZING AND A BATTLE .Jane is the worst thing that could have happened to the Thor movie and as a person that has seen this shitty one-day-romance, I can perfectly understand Loki flipping his shits over Thor changing ~*for her*~.
And now we get a movie where she seems to be of importance again, ughhh. Let us all hope that she’s the one to die, cause seriously, something as thin as her personality deserves to be set on fire. At least she would serve the purpose of someone being able to warm their hands.
Okay, I was going to refrain from posting a defense of Jane, but after seeing this little response I don’t think I can.
1st I want to say I really love fandoms. They are a place I feel I belong to, they encourage creativity and conversation and that’s awesome. However, I’ve been noticing a trend evolving in multiple fandoms that I have very disconcerting. Female characters seem to garner 10x the criticism that male characters do. Especially female characters that are (at least in part) a romantic interest. And that is not okay. I’ll elaborate more as I go, but I feel that it deems noting that the reasons these female “love interests” are protested and criticized are mostly extremely hypocritical and could not be more damaging to the goal most fandoms have regarding female characters (i.e. we want more of them, we want them to be complex and well rounded, we want them to be equal to the male characters etc.) Probably the best example of this trend is Jane Foster. I’m going to address each point as best I can. So here we go.