This happens in the Ultimate Spider-Man series. Spider-man pulls Dr Octopus’ pants down mid-battle and it’s played off as being sooo funny. There’s a big slap of ridicule right to the male face. If Spider-woman pulled down some womans’ pants mid-battle, nobody would be laughing. It wouldn’t be funny, women would scream “sexist!” and men would touch themselves. But what, when it happens to a man, it’s just hilarious, right? No! It IS sexist! It’s NOT funny when a man’s underwear get exposed publicly against his will! Don’t you remember the high school days when your friends pantsed you and you felt embarrassed for weeks? And that hot chick you had a crush on was in the hall and she saw your pubes sticking out, and made the most disgusting face you’ve ever seen her bear? Then you considered suicide but ended up just turning to drugs because you didn’t have the guts to pull the trigger? And then you dropped out of high school because of all the drugs and being too ashamed to show up at school most days, and now you’re thirty, shooting heroine and writing tumblr blogs to vent your frustration at being objectified to people who don’t even care?!? HUHH?!?!? GHIUUUFHDSIUHGIDFUGYhi
I’m sorry, how is that pose even practical? For one- I don’t care HOW limber you are Spider-Man, your neck is broken. No, the real point of this image is that the artist wanted to show a good sexy view of Spider-Man’s butt in action- but also had to be punching someone closer to the reader. You tell me this isn’t objectification, YOU JUST TRY.
They thought they could get away with this one, printing it so small. Well I scanned this at 600dpi and it’s quite obvious my eyesight has not failed me. How is a suit like this practical on the battlefield? Why doesn’t Fantomex wear a cup, huh? Why’s his manjunk gotta be sticking out of the suit? It’s obvious this was done just so the artist would have more fun drawing it. No practicality, just objectification. (Uncanny X-Force #7)