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Old 03-10-2013, 12:39 AM   #701
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The stars sizes are hella distracting and the belt and skirt need to be tweaked but outher than that not bad.

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Does anyone else dislike the clay origin? I think it makes her even more unrelatable than Superman and she's put on an even higher pedestal.

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I like the origin (provided it's only what Diana was told, and she's really _____'s daughter)

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Does anyone else dislike the clay origin? I think it makes her even more unrelatable than Superman and she's put on an even higher pedestal.
I like it because it is unique and different. I also like the aspect of her not really having a father.

I dislike the origin of her being the daughter of Zeus because it comes across as unoriginal and takes away the unique quality of her origin. To me it is like they just transplanted Hercules' origin.

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Very nice, I should probably go back to making my Emily Blunt as Wonder Woman manip that I've left in the dust.
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I like both. The clay origin is unique and her being Zeus' daughter is just plain cool.

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I love Emily in the suit! Since people are sharing manips I might as well show mine I made ages ago.
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Swords can be a phallic symbol but they aren't inherently a phallic symbol. Same goes for a rope or any other item. That's all stupid.

Feminine isn't synonymous with less violent/less destructive nor is a rope. For centuries a rope has been used for capital punishment. Positioning either masculinity or femininity as superior is anti-feminist.

The only legitimate argument is that her rope is a unique weapon.
Symbolism is never inherent. An American Flag isn't inherently a symbol of America, but that's how it's associated by most over it's entire history. Same with the sword and masculinity.

And who said the rope was any less violent? A rope destroys by enveloping and controlling, a sword destroys by overpowering and puncturing. And even if someone had said one was more/less violent, who said being more or less violent was superior? Which one?

Not only is the sword as a phallic symbol legitimate (which is why it caught on after Freud said it), but we see that the sword-wielding incarnations of Wonder Woman are devoid of femininity, not by any overt anything, but simply because not associating Wonder Woman with femininity leads one to make her more like various male heroes, who all use swords. This, incidentally, makes her less unique overall, as femininity is the genesis of her creation and the only thing aside from her supporting cast, that sets her apart significantly from Superman. Creators overlooking this is a direct product of equating femininity to having boobs, whether for good or ill, and it's quite a bit more awesome than that.

I say all that to say, that the rope being her unique weapon argument IS the femininity weapon argument. They rope comes her femininity and making her unique comes from her femininity, and the rope comes from making her unique and vice versa for all. It's not separate issues.

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Clearly not. Still continuing with the childishness? You should learn to discuss things and not be so offended.

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I like it because it is unique and different. I also like the aspect of her not really having a father.
It's not really unique. Pygmalion and Pinocchio. The problem with it is that it makes Wonder Woman perfect from the start. The idea that she's an ideal woman is a huge part of the problem because it becomes loaded with so many expectations.

Also, tons of superheroes have no parents. It's unique for Wonder Woman to have both a mother and a father. Each parent is very different, each parent she inherits something from, and each parent she learns to have a relationship with. That makes her more relatable and enriches her story.

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Clearly not. Still continuing with the childishness? You should learn to discuss things and not be so offended.
Oh my god lighten up, it was a joke. Sorry I forgot to put a smiley to show it.

I've already said my piece on how her origin of birth should be should they decided to include it.

A mix of both origins in a sense; her being made form clay by Hippolyta and Zeus using his god powers to give her life. A simple compromise that stays true to both origins from comics, and is straight from Greek Mythology; from Pymalion's story, to the birth of Athena from Zeus, to Zeus giving children to many women.
I rather Diana not be one of Zeus' many, many, bastard children birthed by mortals, she'll be compared to Hercules enough as it is, we don't need Zeus' blood running through her literally. It's what would set her apart from most of his other demi-god children and would most likely only aid in her relation to Athena.

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Symbolism is never inherent. An American Flag isn't inherently a symbol of America, but that's how it's associated by most over it's entire history.
??? That's not true at all. Symbolism can be inherent if it was intentionally designed to be a symbol. The American flag is inherently symbolic. As an object it represents the nation symbolically. It's design symbolically represents 50 states and 13 colonies.

That's quite different from a sword that is designed for a practical function whereas a flag/logo/symbol's primary function is to represent something.

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I say all that to say, that the rope being her unique weapon argument IS the femininity weapon argument. They rope comes her femininity and making her unique comes from her femininity, and the rope comes from making her unique and vice versa for all. It's not separate issues.
So when men use ropes it is feminine? Still doesn't make sense. Ropes aren't more feminine.

Also, the idea that Wonder Woman or any woman must embody femininity is very old-fashioned. Not only are you forcing the definition of femininity but you're also imposing it. The truth is all women and men have different masculine and feminine qualities and it would be an extreme to be exclusively either. Wonder Woman should share that contemporary truth. She was never "devoid of femininity".

You might as well say she should wear pink with your argument as to why she should have a rope.

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To put it simply and Hype-appropriate.

Swords penetrate, ropes envelop.

Just saying, it's easy to distinguish the masculine from the feminine.

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A mix of both origins in a sense; her being made form clay by Hippolyta and Zeus using his god powers to give her life. A simple compromise that stays true to both origins from comics, and is straight from Greek Mythology; from Pymalion's story, to the birth of Athena from Zeus, to Zeus giving children to many women.
I rather Diana not be one of Zeus' many, many, bastard children birthed by mortals, she'll be compared to Hercules enough as it is, we don't need Zeus' blood running through her literally. It's what would set her apart from most of his other demi-god children and would most likely only aid in her relation to Athena.
So basically a test tube baby vs. natural birth. Either way she would have Zeus' essence, except a natural birth is more relatable and humanizes her. Being made of clay isn't as unique as people make it out to be. It's in the beginning of Judeo-Christian lore.

She should be compared to Hercules! That's equality. Hercules' heroism and strength is commonly known to the general audience, and for Wonder Woman to be compared or even thought of as superior to Hercules gives them a point of reference. Isolating Wonder Woman isn't really making her unique/special. The merit is if she stands out on her own amongst other demigods.

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So basically a test tube baby vs. natural birth.
Not at all.
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Yet Greek Mythology predates all of that, in essence, doing it first; but I'm not going to get in a mythological/lore debate, I'm just going to reference to Greek Myth.
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Only to those who only know the Disney version.
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It's not isolation. And if comparison is there, standing out among bastards would be a positive if anything.
And honestly, WW shouldn't have to be compared to anyone for her movie to work.

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To put it simply and Hype-appropriate.

Swords penetrate, ropes envelop.
You're confusing different definitions of masculine and feminine from different contexts.

There's masculine/feminine as a shape analogy for objects like a male plug and a female outlet. That's only descriptive of the form. It doesn't mean they're masculine/feminine in the more relevant cultural sense which is in terms of gender qualities.

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