you know, i’m a raging lesbian and i was never distracted by what other girls in my classes were wearing in high school. this is a male problem, not an “attracted to women” problem.
This is an “inability to respect women” problem.
Which is a male problem.
If you want the first Marvel female superhero film to have a real impact in a cultural sense, you need to have Marvel taking the same approximate risk that they did for the likes of Thor. A film centered around, for example, Ms. Marvel starring the likes of (just throwing names out) Katee Sackhoff, Ruth Wilson, Dianna Agron, or some complete and total unknown would be the kind of progress that we’re actually looking for.
But I’m A Cheerleader (1999)
dir. Jamie Babbit