MJ & Spider-Man by Carmine Di Giandomenico

MJ & Spider-Man by Carmine Di Giandomenico


Mary Jane Watson commission by  Elena Casagrande

Mary Jane Watson commission by  Elena Casagrande


Mary Jane Watson and Peter Parker by Marco Rudy

Mary Jane Watson and Peter Parker by Marco Rudy

Anonymous
I don't quite see how Gwen was a sex object. Could you please elaborate? I thought she chose to sleep with Norman and then later told him to get stuffed. There was that one scene where she was sleeping with Norman and I think she was sexualised then but I don't think she was a sex object throughout the story.

it’s not about consent. it’s about the fact that gwen is viewed as something to have sex with, rather than an actual person. 

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Anonymous
In what way(s) do you feel Sins Past was sexist?

1. gwen’s basically a sex object
2. peter seemed to care more about osborn having sex with gwen than actually about gwen herself
3. the whole thing about osborn taking gwen’s virginity (from peter) was gross

i mean, i can see why some people might think it isn’t that sexist, because it does make gwen’s death a little bit more about her and less about two dudes fighting, but ehhh i don’t think it does. and it certainly doesn’t make up for all the other horribleness

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mjwatson-daily:

Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #406 Writer: J.M. DeMatteis, Pencils: Angel Medina

mjwatson-daily:

Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #406 Writer: J.M. DeMatteis, Pencils: Angel Medina

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bayleeshijacked:

The idea crossed peter’s mind, but the longer it took to find her the more drastic and extreme his thoughts became. He imagined her in a hospital bed, torn up by one of the explosives – imagined her lying somewhere defenseless, left in the street – and before he could blink and shut the image out, he imagined her in a stretcher, getting wheeled away too slowly, her face pale and her skin lifeless and that perpetual smirk on her lips set in a final, grim line.

His hand were quaking, he palm sweaty on the phone. She was just trying to talk to him. She seemed so unlike herself, so absent and indifferent. He could have tried to listen, could have been a friend to her for once, but what had he done? Yelled at her. Urged her to leave the city. Abandoned her and let her disappear.

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mjwatson-daily:

Batman & Spider-Man Writer: J.M. DeMatteis, Pencils: Graham Nolan

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Spider-Man: The Animated Series season 2 episode 3 “Hydro-Man”

Anonymous
Do you feel that MJ was depicted in a particularly sexist manner during the JMS run, specifically during any of the sex scenes?

I can’t think of any examples of it, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t any.  JMS has his problems with sexism (Sins Past is proof of that) 

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