Now for my news! On Facebook, I have created my first group! It's called Superhero Tig o' Bitties! LOL
I intend this to be a humorous homage for the buxom super ladies of the comics, and yet I am fully aware of how quickly it can devolve into a gallery of porno art, so for now I am maintaining a tightfisted control over what gets published there. I want to trust group members to behave themselves and to keep to the intent of the group page, but I also know how some people are - that they can't control themselves in the face of such circumstances. Later on if some members demonstrate that they possess the maturity to stick with my theme, then I'll open up who gets to publish straight to my facebook page without me approving it. But one step at a time. :-)
Geez, I hate to start this out on a negative, but I'm also painfully aware of how quickly that just a couple of weak-willed sleazeballs can ruin something like this. I really, really want this to be a homage to the super ladies, and as far as I can help it, it will stay that way. Your next question is no doubt going to be "what is the line between what is acceptable and not acceptable?" Well, it's basically this: I'll know it when I see it. If I feel that it is lacking in some way or the other, then it will not be published on my Facebook page. Simple as that.
With the negativity out of the way, I will finish by saying that while it might not be fair that the super ladies have to have such - er, "abundance" - to get noticed, at least they got noticed - and some have managed to do well despite this objectification; and others still are able to be recognized for more than their DD's. My hope is that our actions will one day speak louder than our bra size. A lot of us super ladies expose ourselves to the same dangers that the super men do, and we deserve respect for the work we do instead of being famous for being busty.
While some may question the wisdom of saying what I just said while creating a facebook group that seems to glorify that objectification, what I'm attempting to do here instead is to help the super busty super ladies to get over the fact that there will always be those who objectify us no matter what we do, and to just accept the fact that being busty is a part of who we are. We are loud, we are proud, and we have tig o' bitties. We ain't got nothing to be ashamed of. :-)