#5 – Arch-enemies and Villians, Oh My! And Everyone Wants You Dead

OOPS! I forgot one! Here is number five of the top 30 reasons for why normal people should not date a superhero(ine). Remember supers! This is all in good fun, BUT if you see yourself in these reasons you should consider altering your behavior in order to keep your beloved! [In no particular order, except for…

#6 – Your Secret Identity

This is number six of the top 30 reasons for why normal people should not date a superhero(ine). Remember supers! This is all in good fun, BUT if you see yourself in these reasons you should consider altering your behavior in order to keep your beloved! [In no particular order, except for number one because that’s…

True, Blue, Miniature New Yorker

He’s a true, blue, miniature New Yorker. Tucked inside his coat’s hood is is a Captain America sweatshirt hood with a big white A in the middle of its forehead and the wings on either side. It has eye-holes in it so I can only assume that when it is pulled up he becomes a…

#15 – Violence is Not the Answer

This is number fifteen of the top 30 reasons for why normal people should not date a superhero(ine). WE ARE HALF WAY THERE!!!!! Remember supers! This is all in good fun, BUT if you see yourself in these reasons you should consider altering your behavior in order to keep your beloved! [In no particular order, except for…

#16 – Martyr Complexes are Not Sexy

This is number sixteen of the top 30 reasons for why normal people should not date a superhero(ine). Remember supers! This is all in good fun, BUT if you see yourself in these reasons you should consider altering your behavior in order to keep your beloved! [In no particular order, except for number one because that’s…

#24 Property Destruction – “Oops” Factor Revisited

Let’s go back to one of our previous reasons for why normals should not date superhero(in)es. [In no particular order, except for number one because that’s my #1] Note: This piece will be written using gender neutral pronouns (ze instead of he/she and hir instead of she/he and him/her) in order to make this non-heteronormative. …