Archive for May 7, 2009
Do you remember the other posts I did about breast implants? Yes? I’ve done some more breakthrough research and found that big boobs are not restricted to celebrities, anime, romance novel heroines, and video game girls.
Women who also have them? Superheroes and the Disney Princesses.
These women are some of the most influential females in our culture. How many times have we watched Catwoman on screen and thought about just how powerful and beautiful she was? How many times have we as little girls watched Cinderella or Ariel and wished that we could be as beautiful as they?
Both versions of Catwoman are well endowed. The comic version you can see here. The screen version was played by Halle Berry. As you can see, the screen version played by Berry is very different from the cartoon version. They wear very different clothes as well. While cartoon Catwoman wears a costume that is very tight fitting, showing off her assets, screen Catwoman wears black leather that is ripped. And a bikini top that *ahem* shows off her assets.
There’s also Batgirl. I admit that I know next to nothing about the character, but I do know that she has boobs. Big ones.
The Bad Ladies of the superhero world have them too. Do you remember Poison Ivy? I got this image from one of those online quizzes. Which bad lady are you? Or something like that. Can’t find the link.
No man can resist her. And no wonder, for she is the goddess bad lady of sexiness.
Pamela Lillian Isley was a well-known and highly successful botanist. After learning she has a hyperactive immune system that causes her body reject any infection, poison, or outside contamination, she dons the guise of Poison Ivy and begins a career of crime. Those who spurn or commit acts that harm plant life or the environment become the object of the evil affections of Poison Ivy.
She specializes in hybrids and can create the most potent toxins in Gotham City. Often these toxins are secreted from her lips and administered by a kiss. They come in a number of varieties, from mind-controlling drugs to instantly fatal necrotics.
A kiss? Like this one.
What about the Disney princesses? The princesses are still very popular, ever since they came out in the 1930s. Every Disney heroine is a princess, be it Mulan, Ariel, or Belle. Around Halloween time, if you’re a trick or treater, just walk around neighborhood. I guarantee that you’ll see lots of little girls dressed as Snow White, or Cinderella, or the Little Mermaid, believe it or not.
For every girl wants to be a princess. And what other princess than one of the Disney Princesses? These princesses are models of what a little girl wants to grow up into. This poll taken showed that Belle was the considered the best role model for little girls.
These princesses are beautiful and smart. They have no problem getting husbands. In fact, all they need to do is sit around and wait, and someday their princess will come for them, riding on a white horse and wearing a nice suit of armor. The prince then sees them, falls in love with them promptly, and takes them away to another land where they live happily ever after. The first princess was Snow White. She was followed by Sleeping Beauty and Cinderella. However, in more recent years, the princesses were joined by Jasmine, Mulan, and Ariel.
I remember a conversation I had with a couple of friends a year ago. The guy friend asked the girl, “What’s your favorite Disney princess?”
“Oh, it’s Jasmine. Know why? Because she wears pants.”
“What about Ariel? She doesn’t wear dresses. In fact, she doesn’t wear anything.”
Which brings me to another issue. These princesses are certainly not lacking in the body department. They have beautiful, slender waists, long, flowing hair, full lips, and boobs. Ariel is one of the best examples, as her outfit displays. To the point that some parents have mistaken her videos for animated porn.
Jasmine is yet another example. She has the perfect hair, delicate hands, big doe-like eyes, a perfect belly button… and a waist so small that it defies all reality.
And yes. That, too.
Even Sleeping Beauty is not lacking in this regard.
It’s noteworthy that Disney is not known for making animations with fat or overweight heroines. The only fat character I really remember is Ursula. And of course she’s not a heroine.
But she does turn herself into a young and beautiful woman to attract the prince. I can’t find any pictures of her, though. If you’re familiar with the Disney story you’ll know what I’m talking about.
More incentive for you to get them. 🙂