In this recent article on Arcamax
, the columnist Andrew Smith spoke about the UN's shunning Wonder Woman over her fabulous physique:
Alas, it appears that the U.N. -- or at least the 45,000 people who signed the petition -- still judge a woman by what she wears, instead of what she does. I guess, when it comes to being fired, Princess Diana's clothing suggested she was just asking for it.
Unfortunately, Smith judged women not only by what they wear but also by their physique
in the past decade. He took a cheap path that avoided more challenging subjects while praising Identity Crisis, which did much worse. And he has the gall now to pretend he understands the situation at the UN? I'm afraid it's much too late. If he's going to imply that "assets" - meaning big breasts - are a literal problem, then he's got no business pretending he's let down. Because as far as I'm concerned, he's not, and his attack on J. Scott Campbell
proves it too. So, what's his point? Far as I'm concerned, he's nothing more than an opportunist.
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