>>101091034>Your argument basically boils down to>>"It's bad business to include women in the comics, be it themes or creative teams">That's it.
It's not, though.
There are many very successful women in comics who do fantastic work and sell well enough.
And they are perfectly fine reads for any man, too.
Mostly because their works are not about virtue signalling to a demographic, but about selling a good product, or writing/drawing what they like.
It's perfectly fine to write a book with an audience in mind. That's not the problem.
The problem is shitting on other demographics, grovelling and self-flagellating.
That's where you lose people and get backlash beyond the professionally offended.
Just think about it. If you write a book aimed at men, do you include "fuck women" elements in it? Do you shove in how bad male suicide rates are, how testicular cancer research is underfunded and how great it is to piss standing with a beer in your hand?
Do you aim a book at the Chinese by throwing the Japanese under the bus?
No, you don't do that. Because it is unnecessarily exclusionary and generally low. Because it makes your work a worse product.
Now, think about why everybody here loved Let's Speak English while Wasp gets a lot of flak.