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And for the record: I hated, and still do, Harley's New 52 Suicide Squad Outfit with a fiery passion. It was horribly cheap, and I think that the outrage that followed the costume change was well deserved. Now that I'm reading Harley's new 52 solo series I think they took a small step back into the right direction with her roller derby/rocker outfit, because it for one isn't just that of a really cheap stripper(like in goddamn Suicide Squad), and for two actually fits her new character quite well. (And yes, I've only read the first two issues, but I like Conner's writing on Harley so far.)
What I still don't get - and probably never will - is the fact that with comics, or more specifically with DC comics, it has to be about fanservice to the male audience all the time. Honestly, to me as a woman it doesn't matter if a character is dressed sexy or not - male or female - what's more important is that the costume makes ACTUAL SENSE. Like, for example, utility. Protection. You know, an exposed midriff for a headhunter isn't probably the brightest idea (side-eyeing Huntress' old costume.)
Heck, let them sirens be sexy! I like my girls sexy, but unnecessary skimpiness that's nothing short of embarassing - no thanks. I don't want to have to wonder how on hell those women's breasts defy gravity in the minds of DC executives - I'm fed up with it.