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28 Aug 2018 10:50 #60868 by Markiehoe
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Asterios.
This came up on my You Tube Recommended feed.
I was really digging it.
I could watch this super cute Heroine fight in that costume all day.
Until I saw the third video. I'll let you look it up yourself.
It's right there.
After all this is from Japan.


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28 Aug 2018 13:52 #60869 by erikphandel
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Why does Japan have this fixation with super peril TwT they're so good at making costumes and special effects, I wish they had a company that did stuff that's more to our liking
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28 Aug 2018 14:42 - 28 Aug 2018 14:46 #60870 by Helstar
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They actually have a more 'tame' branch www.akiba-heroine.com

Problem is, for every single video they make in there, they release 30 or more in akiba-web, plus there is a ton of peril too (not straight forward porn as in akiba-web but still ...).
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28 Aug 2018 15:34 #60871 by Woodclaw
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erikphandel wrote: Why does Japan have this fixation with super peril TwT they're so good at making costumes and special effects, I wish they had a company that did stuff that's more to our liking


I'm not a sociologist, but I remember an article saying that it comes from a very big dichotomy within the Japanese society. The idea of equal rights is relatively new in Japanese societyand this has caused a very powerful form of rejection from some groups. The idea of raping a superheroine (i.e. a woman that is supposed to be superior in almost every possible way) is the ultimate male-empowerment fantasy, an attempt to re-establish the "correct" social hierarchy. This phenomenon isn't limited to Japan, but the superheroine angle seem mostly limited to it, with some carry-over to the U.S.A.

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28 Aug 2018 18:33 #60874 by morgonen
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There are some really good movies from akiba featuring superstrength but sadly the rest 80% of the movie is peril.

But to make it easy for us we can note here when we find the superheroines using their powers?
Example in the latest "Spandexer Sun Angel (GHKQ-42)" she lifts two guys by their neck and is overall playful with some thugs.
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30 Aug 2018 15:04 #60888 by brantley
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It's not just Japan. if you look for X-rated superheroine material through Google, it's all nearly all Peril. 

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30 Aug 2018 22:40 #60889 by shadar
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Woodclaw wrote:

erikphandel wrote: Why does Japan have this fixation with super peril TwT they're so good at making costumes and special effects, I wish they had a company that did stuff that's more to our liking


I'm not a sociologist, but I remember an article saying that it comes from a very big dichotomy within the Japanese society. The idea of equal rights is relatively new in Japanese societyand this has caused a very powerful form of rejection from some groups. The idea of raping a superheroine (i.e. a woman that is supposed to be superior in almost every possible way) is the ultimate male-empowerment fantasy, an attempt to re-establish the "correct" social hierarchy. This phenomenon isn't limited to Japan, but the superheroine angle seem mostly limited to it, with some carry-over to the U.S.A.


Reminds me of the many middle-aged financially successful Japanese women who went to Bali for their "Kuta Cowboy". They wanted nothing to do with Japanese men, at least romantically. One women my wife talked with said that Balinese men can be incredibly caring, gentle, supportive and still be confident, capable men. Men like that are apparently rare in Japan. 

Perhaps this is another manifestation of the same thinking that lends itself to peril. Men who can't connect to women. 

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30 Aug 2018 23:49 #60890 by kikass2014
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I've given up trying to understand why people enjoy "female peril films".

Though that discussion earlier about Japanese men and that culture did give some insight.

Peace.

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01 Sep 2018 20:10 #60910 by Gargamel
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morgonen wrote: There are some really good movies from akiba featuring superstrength but sadly the rest 80% of the movie is peril.

But to make it easy for us we can note here when we find the superheroines using their powers?
Example in the latest "Spandexer Sun Angel (GHKQ-42)" she lifts two guys by their neck and is overall playful with some thugs.


Tx!. I watched it and the first 10minutes or so are really nice with nice supergirl action. Great attitude as well. The rest...not everyones taste and I personally wouldnt pay for it 

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02 Jan 2019 16:52 #62478 by morgonen
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Mighty Honey (ZEOD-68) there's a throatlift about 42 min in. 

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04 Jan 2019 19:23 #62505 by Bert
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kikass2014 wrote: I've given up trying to understand why people enjoy "female peril films".
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You enjoy "girl power" films, right? And by enjoy, I mean in a kinky way? Peril is just a different, though related, kink. I think applying some moral standard to something that exists as pure fantasy is wrong-headed. I've been attracted to peril scenes, starting with comic books, since I was about ten years old. That was over forty years ago. I am just a normal dude. I've been happily married for over 30 years, enjoy great friendships and participate in a host of mostly outdoor pursuits. There has never been a hint of my kink bleeding into my real life. And that's not some towering act of will. In real life I am appalled by any sort of violence against women. It sickens me.

Perhaps that helps a bit, I don't know. People don't necessarily have a ton of control over what excites them. I wouldn't have chosen to find peril my thing, but it is.
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04 Jan 2019 20:44 #62506 by shadar
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Bert wrote:

kikass2014 wrote: I've given up trying to understand why people enjoy "female peril films".
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You enjoy "girl power" films, right? And by enjoy, I mean in a kinky way? Peril is just a different, though related, kink. I think applying some moral standard to something that exists as pure fantasy is wrong-headed. I've been attracted to peril scenes, starting with comic books, since I was about ten years old. That was over forty years ago. I am just a normal dude. I've been happily married for over 30 years, enjoy great friendships and participate in a host of mostly outdoor pursuits. There has never been a hint of my kink bleeding into my real life. And that's not some towering act of will. In real life I am appalled by any sort of violence against women. It sickens me.

Perhaps that helps a bit, I don't know. People don't necessarily have a ton of control over what excites them. I wouldn't have chosen to find peril my thing, but it is.


I agree that the nature of fantasy and "kink" are varied and highly individual, and what works for one person can be abhorrent to another. Also that the key is to be non-judgemental given many of us strongly compartmentalize our fantasies and our real life. 

The real problem with Peril is that it tends to overwhelm other forms of the genre. Which is where my reservations come from. The fact that Peril is more attractive to more people than probably everything else combined in our genre is concerning, and I struggle with that. 

One cannot forget that we are in the midst of cultural changes that are unique in all of recorded history. Males and females sharing power equally. It has never happened before, yet it might happen in our lifetimes.

Yet our entire genre, in its broadest form, deals with fantasized female super-empowerment and male responses to that empowerment. That's tricky footing during such times, whether Peril or not.

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04 Jan 2019 20:59 #62508 by Starforge
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Bert wrote:

kikass2014 wrote: I've given up trying to understand why people enjoy "female peril films".
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You enjoy "girl power" films, right? And by enjoy, I mean in a kinky way? Peril is just a different, though related, kink. I think applying some moral standard to something that exists as pure fantasy is wrong-headed. I've been attracted to peril scenes, starting with comic books, since I was about ten years old. That was over forty years ago. I am just a normal dude. I've been happily married for over 30 years, enjoy great friendships and participate in a host of mostly outdoor pursuits. There has never been a hint of my kink bleeding into my real life. And that's not some towering act of will. In real life I am appalled by any sort of violence against women. It sickens me.

Perhaps that helps a bit, I don't know. People don't necessarily have a ton of control over what excites them. I wouldn't have chosen to find peril my thing, but it is.


Couldn't agree more.  Unlike those who think everything we do is merely socially constructed, there's a biological component in many of our behaviors and the relevant one here is sexual attraction.  I find fit, athletic women attractive.  There are many times I wish that I simply liked skinny with large breasts like many of the other guys I know.  It's also why I find it easy to understand how some can find attraction even out several deviations of norm even to the same sex.  *Some* of this is genetic (and some environmental) but we all aren't wired the same and for many of us it *IS* simply wiring.  No, I don't understand it either, but then I also can't understand when a butt ugly, fat, middle aged woman comes over to serve our table in a bar and because she has double D's or better several of my friends can't even form coherent sentences.  Ugh.

We're all different.  As long as it's not illegal and doesn't hurt someone else (in reality) or involve children then /shrug.

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04 Jan 2019 21:39 #62510 by kikass2014
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...I think applying some moral standard to something that exists as pure fantasy is wrong-headed.


Um, please show me where I did that?

My quote was:

I've given up trying to understand why people enjoy "female peril films"


So what?  I've give trying to understand many things, like doing the rubix cube.  So what?

I don't care if you get off on peril films or girl power; if you're homosexual, pansexual or whatever.

Peace.

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04 Jan 2019 22:34 #62511 by Bert
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kikass2014 wrote:

...I think applying some moral standard to something that exists as pure fantasy is wrong-headed.


Um, please show me where I did that?

My quote was:

I've given up trying to understand why people enjoy "female peril films"


So what?  I've give trying to understand many things, like doing the rubix cube.  So what?

I don't care if you get off on peril films or girl power; if you're homosexual, pansexual or whatever.

Peace.

/K



The tenor of the thread has consistently been to bemoan the fact that the Japanese videos in question, while having girl power elements, were mostly peril. No problem there, just personal choice. The sociology stuff is edging into ascribing some judgement, as is the "can't connect to women" comment. Into that conversation, your contribution was the line you quoted above. The value judgement isn't explicit, but it is strongly implied. It's possible I misconstrued your intent, but it seems quite clear.
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05 Jan 2019 11:31 #62514 by conceptfan
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After sorting xmas for 3 kids plus a birthday one of them, plus booze etc. for new year, I only have two pence left.  I'll throw it in here:

Some folks like water, some folks like wine but I like the taste of pure strychnine....
That's my personal preference.  Most other people's is different.  Let everyone else drink what they like.  One man's meat is another man's poison.  All the trouble stems from folks trying to impose their tastes on others.
As we're a small community, let's celebrate/fantasise/fetishise female power together and leave the parts of the venn diagram where we don't overlap for other forums.

Please respond in soft tones as I still have a banging hangover.
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19 May 2019 11:31 #64064 by morgonen
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Double throatlift in Power Lady 3 (GHKR-32), no feet shot tho.

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