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Article: Iron Man
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Issues of entrepreneurial autonomy, government supervision of research, and ultimate loyalty figured prominently in early ''Iron Man'' stories&mdash;and all were issues then affecting American scientists and engineers.<ref name="JournalofPopCulture"/> Tony Stark, writes Genter, is an inventor who finds motive in his [[emasculated|emasculation]] as an autonomous creative individual. This blow is symbolized by his chest wound, inflicted at the moment he is forced to invent things for the purposes of others. Stark's transformation into Iron Man represents his effort to reclaim his autonomy, and thus his manhood. The character's pursuit of women in bed or in battle, writes Genter, represents another aspect of this effort. The pattern finds parallels in other works of 1960s popular fiction by authors such as "[[Ian Fleming]], [[Mickey Spillane]], and [[Norman Mailer]] who made unregulated sexuality a form of authenticity."<ref name="JournalofPopCulture"/>
 
Issues of entrepreneurial autonomy, government supervision of research, and ultimate loyalty figured prominently in early ''Iron Man'' stories&mdash;and all were issues then affecting American scientists and engineers.<ref name="JournalofPopCulture"/> Tony Stark, writes Genter, is an inventor who finds motive in his [[emasculated|emasculation]] as an autonomous creative individual. This blow is symbolized by his chest wound, inflicted at the moment he is forced to invent things for the purposes of others. Stark's transformation into Iron Man represents his effort to reclaim his autonomy, and thus his manhood. The character's pursuit of women in bed or in battle, writes Genter, represents another aspect of this effort. The pattern finds parallels in other works of 1960s popular fiction by authors such as "[[Ian Fleming]], [[Mickey Spillane]], and [[Norman Mailer]] who made unregulated sexuality a form of authenticity."<ref name="JournalofPopCulture"/>
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He also has a huge penis.
   
 
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Reason: ANN scored at 0.904582
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Reporter: Maboza Ritchie (anonymous)
Date: Wednesday, the 16th of December 2015 at 11:03:09 AM
Status: Reported
Wednesday, the 16th of December 2015 at 11:03:09 AM #102622
Maboza Ritchie (anonymous)

you are a sack of autoshite

Wednesday, the 16th of December 2015 at 11:03:44 AM #102623
Poo. C Flapsucker (anonymous)

PISS OFF ASSHOLE

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