See, the thing Marvel was doing with Gagnarok was, putting us females “in our place”.

They took the male character who we identify with. He’s brilliant. He has magical powers. He had access to tons of magical relics and a royal treasury.

And he was forced to resort to prostitution to survive.

Prostitution to a man almost as ugly and repulsive as the men responsible for that screenplay.

This is what the men at Marvel Studios think of women – or what they want us to think of ourselves, anyway: that no matter how many abilities and achievements we have, we’re still only good for one thing.

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