>>118150542>Petter as a twink
Because of course. Are you stupid?
It's logical from a design standpoint. He's very slender, and his powers revolve around flexibility>only conclude>deep seated confidence issues
That is a very poorly supported absolute, Mr. Freud. Has no one told you how misplaced and stupid it is to psychoanalyze randos off the internet, especially based on such a many-variabled thing as sexual preference?
And it's not a fetish but a preference. Muscle is a fetish. Powerful women are not. They're a type of person, not a body part or an object or process.
The simplest way to debunk your simplistic, presumptuous, poorly substantiated ass-pull absolute (I'm not saying no one likes this pairing for your reasons, just not all who do) would be to note that there are a variety of possible reasons people would want to see Spidey with She-Hulk.
Take mine, for example.
I wouldn't want Peter to be paired up with just any strong woman. I like She-Hulk for him because they share 2 things in common: light wittiness, and New York City urban lifestyle. They'd be entertaining together, unlike say, that dull bitch Thundra, or Captain Marvel, buzzcut or otherwise, or Lady Thor, who's far too Shakespeare, or Jessica Jones, who from what I've seen of her has a bit too dark a storyline. I want light fun from a Spidey super-couple.
There's also ability. I don't primarily see Spiderman as a hero of strength, but of agility and entrapment. Black Cat and Black Widow's similar abilities make them uninteresting mates for Spidey. Brute strength is something he doesn't primarily use even though he could, and compared to, say, Rhino, he doesn't have much of it. A strong hero is an excellent compliment to his abilities.
There's also the stupidest reason I like them together - colors. I like the combo of Purple/green to Blue/red/black/white. Caveman, I know, but it's true