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    These Male Superheroes Objectified Like Their Female Counterparts Is Absolutely Perfect

    Time to give men the objectification special.

    Last week Marvel released a controversial cover depicting Spider-Woman in an overtly sexual pose.

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    Needless to say a lot people were not pleased with it.

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    Comic Book Resources contributing writer Brett White decided to give male superheroes the same sexist treatment their female counterparts so often encounter. The results were interesting.

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    Thor and his mighty hammer on display.

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    This patriotic beach boy.

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    The rock hard body of this Iron Man.

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    Spider-Man dreaming about getting caught in a web of sexy.

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    And this scantily clad beast boy.

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    Ooh la la!

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    White said of the images that, "Sexiness isn't inherently a bad thing, it just needs to be an equal thing."

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