Aaron's Damsels in Destress Page, submitted by Internet. Aaron apparently spends his life scouring old films, comics, and magazines to capture every moment a woman has ever been carried, manhandled, tied to a railroad tracks, or had her clothing torn. Mind you, he only seems to go for the fictional misogyny, otherwise he'd be a pretty weird guy if he just sat there taking pictures of women instead of helping them. I'm not sure what kind of reasoning would motivate you to be this thorough and extensive, let alone to make a site like this in the first place, but it is refreshing on some levels. Women need to be put in their place, and the waiting arms of a robot named Gog is just as good a place as I can imagine.
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Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige lays out the plan for Marvel launching a movie based around a female super hero's ass.
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