You do know that actresses wearing "bikinis" in Justice League are utterly comfortable with it? They said they found it glamorous, showing off body they worked hard to achieve. Why are you policing what they're comfortable with? Also, before you go on being "fake woke", remember how men were dressed in 300. Try actually doing something productive instead of making issue where is none just so you could reward yourself "woke points".
I’m happy the actresses are happy with it. I’m pissed at the producers and the directors because they’re the ones who chose it. The men in that movie also have great bodies that they worked hard to achieve, Jason Momoa especially is VERY comfortable in his skin. Why isn’t he fighting topless? He’d be comfortable with it. He’d love being glamorous.
Why is glamorous only something female superheroes have the option of being? Wonder Woman and Batman are co-leaders of the team, if only Diana needs to be glamorous, that’s sexist.
They didn’t hand the actresses two costumes, ones with bare stomachs and ones without, and say “pick what you’re comfortable with and we’ll go with that”.
The executive producers (all men) and the directors chose the costumes, and they picked costumes that cover up the men fighting and expose the women. Going into battle with your stomach bare is not a safe choice when you have the technology to do otherwise.
Spartans in 300 (a movie I really enjoy!) don’t wear armor because the technology wasn’t there yet in their part of the world to make it comfortable and something they could fight in. They also carried HUGE shields and fought in formation to help protect them.
Amazon archers can’t carry a shield, so their stomachs are exposed.
I think it’s stupid and rooted in sexism, which I am entirely within my rights to do, because it’s a stupid choice by the production staff.
You have historically based armor that fits from the last movie, by the same studio. It’s already made, they could wear that, and someone chose to make new armor that exposed more skin and was innately more sexist.
I am entirely within my rights to think so and say so.