(Popularity Rate: 15 ) Is Shauna Belzer the new Ventriloquist from The Batgirl 52 in love with her doll Ferdie?
iginally made her costume, because she was angry at her father. In the modern retelling, he was using his influence as a cop to keep her from pursuing her dream of working in law enforcment. She wanted to be a cop, too, but he made sure that her applications to the academy were rejected, because he didn’t want his little girl out there on the mean streets. She tried to join the FBI, but was turned away as too young… and short. Later, she broke into the JSA mansion and tried to leave a note asking Black Canary to accept her as an apprentice.
After one of their arguments, then Captain Gordon gives her an invitation to a costume party. Hoping to distract her and help her be more sociable. She doesn’t want to go, but he insists. So, she decides to make a Bat-costume as a way of showing her irritation. Knowing that her father won’t approve.
However, the party is attacked by Killer Moth almost as soon as she arrives. Instinctively, she jumps into the fray and (because she is already a very skilled, highly trained martial artist), she succeeds. She defeats the bad guys and takes off chasing them into the woods.
Batman (who was at the party as Bruce Wayne) and Robin (who arrives a short while later) pursue and almost immediately tell her that girls aren’t welcome in their little club. She responds by beating the snot out of Robin. Then she runs away.
Truthfully, she never planned to continue anyway. From her perspective, Batman is nothing more than some spoiled rich brat playing at a hobby.
But his attitude hit her wrong. She takes her party costume. Reinforces it. Replaces the heels with army boots. Builds her own gadgets from army and police surplus and sets out on her own. Batman keeps an eye on her, but mostly ignores her, since she starts out focusing on low level street crime.
Robin is more impressed and convinces Batman to start helping her out by letting him sneak her gear and a motorcycle. Eh… motorcycles… plural. She… sorta… explodes the first couple. Taking down Killer Moth, Firefly and Blockbuster in the process.
Batman tries to warn her off a few more times. Which mostly results in attempted kicks and/or punches to the face.
Eventually, he realizes that Batgirl isn’t going away and decides to officially bring her into the fold. Revealing his identity and the story of his decision to become Batman.
Her original origin story is less involved, but basically the same. She just happens to be going to a costume party and encounters Killer Moth waiting to ambush Bruce Wayne.
She manages to chase Moth and his goons off. Batman arrives immediately afterwards and tells her vigilantism is a boy’s club. She isn’t welcome.
It’s a good thing she doesn’t listen and decides to hunt down Killer Moth on her own. Beating up quite a lot of goons and rescuing Batman and Robin from a potentially deadly trap along the way.
Back at Commissioner Gordon’s office, Batman says he’s impressed and offers to mentor her. She laughingly declines by reminding him who rescued who.
And that’s how it was for awhile. She did her own thing and occasionally helped out. He did not even know her secret identity for quite some time.
It’s pretty odd that so many answers to the question are in the affirmative. Traditionally, she has mostly been independent of his operation. Initially, that was a function of the layout of Batman books. The lead feature would be a Batman and Robin story. Batgirl stories then filled the back half.
There were crossovers. Sometimes Babs would appear in a supporting role in his stories or they would work together in her features. In general, though, she was never like Robin. She wasn’t his apprentice or pupil. Not really.
She mostly did her own thing.
There was a good reason for that.
DC experimented with female Bats before with pretty questionable results.
Kathy and Betty Kane. The original Batwoman and Batgirl.
There is some nostalgia around these characters now, but in their era, they were not widely loved. Especially by creators. They were introduced shortly after implimentation of censorship under the CCA. Specifically created to dispel lingering questions surrounding Batman and Robin’s sometimes ambiguous sexualities in earlier pre-Code stories.
They were often hapless. Obsessed with marriage. Carried their cosmetic themed (and often ineffectual) gadgets in a stylish purse. Constantly needed rescue. And were, in many ways, far more of a hindrance to Batman and Robin than they ever were a help.
Readers found them to be distracting. Writers and artists were off put by their helplessness and lack of real heroic motivation.
Barbara Gordon was specifically created to be the opposite of that. She isn’t a groupie. She thinks Batman’s a jerk and isn’t afraid to say so. She does her own thing and only checks in when she feels like it or he ASKS for her help. Because she doesn’t necessarily answer to being ordered around.
Wrapped up in a sometimes meek looking librarian package in her civilian identity. But even in those early books, she pretty much comes and goes as she pleases. And her solo features mostly showcase her nosing after crime and having adventures of her own. Batman and Robin show up sometimes. But only as guest spots.
And, I think, that was probably pretty intentional.
The DC Editorial Board actually specifically addressed this in a formal response to questions about the disappearance of the older pair.
“I’d like to say a few words about the reaction some readers have to Batgirl. These are readers who remember Batwoman and the other Bat-girls from years back …They were there because romance seemed to be needed in Batman’s life. But thanks to the big change and a foresighted editor, these hapless females are gone for good. In their place stands a girl who is a capable crime-fighter, a far cry from Batwoman who constantly had to be rescued by Batman.”
The message seems pretty clear. Babs is not like those other women. She is independent. Capable. Not romantically obsessed with either Batman or Robin. When Batman says girls can’t be vigilantes, she dares him to stop her.
And that’s pretty much how her story started. After her introduction, she alternated back-up status with Robin. Eventually eclipsing him in popularity. Taking over the feature full time.
If you go back and read those features, you’ll find that Batman really isn’t a big part of her stories. They obviously communicate and work together sometimes, but, for the most part, she has her adventures and he has his.
And that’s been a consistent character trait thoughout most portrayals of her life. If you revisit her original Birds if Prey series, you’ll find (now that she’s all grown up) that she seems to primarily view Batman as a hindrance. Most of their encounters involve Babs telling Batman to stay the hell out of her business. More than once accompanied by literal theats of beating with sticks. That seems to be the majority of their face to face dialogue at
(Popularity Rate: 17 ) I dreamed that I cut the penis off of a sex doll and then my mother died.What does this mean?
The dream is meant to shock the dreamer into an awareness of an unhealthy psychological situation, one which keeps the dreamer from stepping into adult life.
Jung called this psychological stalemate the family romance. It typically manifests in a psychological relationship with a parent which takes on a character that is too much like a marriage or romance.
It can be really obvious, for example in a family where the father dies and an all-too-young son steps in to be the man of the house. I mean, it’s certainly a noble effort on the part of the child, but the mother can let it go too far.
A son cannot serve as a substitute, psychological husband. When that boy grows up, a huge part of himself is still trapped in childhood, despite the fact that he had to grow up early.
Another way it manifests is in the mother-son relationship where the mother acts like a poison in the man’s life – constantly pulling him aside and injecting him with her motherly wisdom regarding what he should and should not do with his life, all the while offering it as motherly love.
An unhealthy attachment to the Mother keeps a man from being able to authentically relate to women, and moreover, from connecting to the women who really attract him at the soul level.
There are many ways in which this kind of situation manifests itself, but at its root is an unhealthy psychological attachment that should be severed. Once you can do that, you should start seeing a different kind of feminine appearing in your dream, one which won’t constellate an incest taboo.
Archetypally speaking, this is called the battle for deliverance from the Mother (see C.G. Jung, Symbols of Transformation, CW, volume 5). It’s in every hero-fighting-the-dragon story.
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(Popularity Rate: 51 ) My girlfriend vomited after she ate something last night, in front of me and is also having diarrhea now and now I am disgusted by her. Should I break up?
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There is nothing wrong with being grossed out by other people vomiting, or having diarrhoea, that is pretty natural, actually, but if you care about your girlfriend at all, her health should be your first concern, not how grossed out you are.
If you are too immature to realize these are natural bodily processes, that happen to everyone when they are sick, including you, and act like an adult about it whe
(Popularity Rate: 19 ) My 5-year-old son plays with his sister’s dolls. She is 7. What should I do?
’s not okay and maybe get him the same dolls so he stops taking hers. I wouldn’t do that right after you lecture him for taking hers cause that’d encourage the bad behavior, but later, maybe you can bring him to go get toys and let him pick out some dolls(If you can afford to. If not, maybe have them pick out some toys they will share with each other. I wouldn’t only make her share her dolls cause I’m sure that would be perceived as favoritism. Also I wouldn’t make them share all their toys. It’s good for a kid to feel like they own some things).
If he’s playing with them with her permission, they could just share them or you could get him some dolls. Maybe it could be good for them to bond too cause they could play together.
My brother and I never really had boy/ girl toys. Our parents just asked us which toys we wanted. My brother and I have the same age difference. We both really liked Pokémon, bayblades, bakugon (which are seen as boy toys usually), but we also both liked stuffed animals, we played with dolls when we were really young(the age your kids are at), And we BBW Sex Dollliked playing house (stuff usually seem as girl stuff).
Our parents never worried about if we were acting like boys or girls or not and we grew up happier for it. He is cis and straight and never feels the need to prove how masculine he is. He’s tried on high heels before to see what they felt like, he cries when he gets upset, he plays girls in video games a lot because they have better fashion choices, and he’s does not have that weird sexism that 15 year old boys usually have. He is also fairly “masculine” though. He doesn’t wear anything except t shirts and basket ball shorts, he behaves like a fairly normal 15 year old boy(just talks about memes and video games all the time), and all kinds of other stuff. He’s not worried about whether he’s being masculine enough, which has probably saved him from a lot of self consciousness that most men feel.
I turned out to be non-binary(not because of the way my parents raised me. Just letting you know Incase you think that could be a possibility. Being trans is determined by physical brain structure, so you’re not going to be trans because of your up bringing. There appears to be an influx of trans kids, but that’s because we grew up in a more accepting environment and have a better vocabulary for gender and sexuality, so we feel more safe to come out. There’s actually a lot more adults coming out too. There are people who either didn’t feel safe or didn’t know they were lgbtq).
I’m so happy my parents raised me in an accepting environment. They allowed me to freely explore who I was without worrying if I was being feminine enough. Of course, they put me in dresses and stuff, but once I was finally old enough to choose my own clothes, they let me do what I want(as long top sex dolls as it wasn’t inappropriate). They got me the toys I wanted instead of just giving me dolls and stuffed animals. They never told me that I was being unlady like. Because of them, I felt safe enough to tell them who I was. They are still adjusting, but they are kind and supportive and I love them so much.
Please just let your kid play with dolls if your concern is him being too feminine. Having parents who let you be yourself is the most wonderf
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