No i get it. You're not going to be one of those edgy supermen from the 90s who throw a tantrum because only 90% of humanity loves them so they destroy a small island nation. You're still putting out fires and saving people and whatnot. It's just you're also built like the lovechild of pam anderson and dolly parton with the attitude of jenna jameson while she's on camera.
Weirdly enough, this actually sounds like an interesting concept for a superhero story. Some of the best superhero stories are about power - not just physical power, but also social power. Superpowers are a way to create an immediate power imbalance. How do you arrest superman? you can't.
It gets interesting when you apply it to people who normally wouldn't have much power. A dude is walking down the street, holding hands with his boyfriend. A bunch of dudes see them and get angry, but one of the gay guys is superstrong and bulletproof. What are they gonna do? They can't hurt him and he'll fuck them up if they try. Superman decides one day that he's Superwoman. What do people do? They can't really tell him "no you can't do that." He's Superman. So people just have to grin and bear it. Maybe they whine about superman on Fox. Maybe some of them go "well maybe trans people aren't so bad if superman is one". But they can't stop him, they have to learn to deal. You can't lynch Luke Cage.
I'd just never applied that line of thought to a "superslut". There's a video of you online defeating a supervillain, then inviting all their thuggish minions to run a train on you. People can try to slut-shame you but you're a superhero. They can't hurt you, they can't stop you. They have to learn to deal.
also: the edit im thinking of is that scene, but its her hitting on the redhead.