By the way, "Billy" didn't even visit his "beloved twin sister" when she was in the hospital. And things are getting just as "dark" for her. : Maybe Billy's trying to protect his sister?
Well, if you think several shots per issue of "Mary's" bare buttocks hasn't "sexualized" her then, by all means, keep reading it.
: Look how dark things are getting for
: Freddie. Would you have willingly put your
: beloved twin sister through some of the crap
: he's facing? Once the magic's securely in
: the family again, then Billy can dole some
: out to Mary.
: Also in defense of the Black Mary storyline,
: despite now wearing two thirds as much
: fabric as she used to, the character hasn't
: been sexualized. It's been no worse than
: Pop Tarts changing their look. Yes, it
: catches your eye but they're still the same
: old Pop Tarts when you open one.
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By the way, "Billy" didn't even visit his "beloved twin sister" when she was in the hospital. And things are getting just as "dark" for her.
: Maybe Billy's trying to protect his sister?
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