This is a blog to archive and showcase the prevalence of certain ways women are depicted in illustrated pop media, specifically how women are posed, drawn, distorted, and/or sexualized out of context, often in ridiculous, impossible or disturbing ways that sacrifice storytelling.
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Where do I even start? The fact that she’s posing like a pin up while being captured? The clothing that clings to her shape but still gives the illusion of thickness? The racism? The..odd pelvis? How about how the pirates didn’t need to bother tying up her legs because she’s already holding them as if they were? Or the way she’s not actually sitting on the seat in the boat, but floating slightly above it?
After falling upon hard times, Captain Hook took up transporting glow-in-the-dark rubber racial fetish blow-up dolls to make some extra cash.
So I saw this ad and it didn’t seem that interesting just your typical sexy girl wearing ineffectual armor. Then I noticed her boobs seemed to be PULSING. I couldn’t properly save the whole thing, but hopefully these two frames should get the point across…
Apparently it’s not hard to discover who the fallen angels are because their breasts pulse.