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Bat-Girl

Contribution History:
Date User Field Old Value New Value
2006-08-02 15:48:08 ferroboy Alias Batgirl (I - Betty Kane) Bat-Girl
2006-06-03 20:02:58 wonderdude3001 Notes Most often, her name was written, "Bat-Girl".

Interesting mainly because she was explicitly added to the Bat-Family so as to disprove charges of homosexuality circling the Batcave in the 1940s. Her role, like that of her modern age counterpart (Flamebird III), was to provide romantic attention for Robin. But if her goal was to prove that Robin wasn't the boy sex-slave of Batman, why was she created as such an annoying female that a reasonable heterosexual wouldn't have touched her?

Most often her name was written "Bat-Girl".

Interesting mainly because she was explicitly added to the Bat-Family so as to disprove charges of homosexuality circling the Batcave in the 1940s. Her role, like that of her modern age counterpart (Flamebird III), was to provide romantic attention for Robin. But if her goal was to prove that Robin wasn't the boy sex-slave of Batman, why was she created as such an annoying female that a reasonable heterosexual wouldn't have touched her?

2006-06-03 20:02:21 wonderdude3001 Notes Often, her name was written, "Bat-Girl".

Interesting mainly because she was explicitly added to the Bat-Family so as to disprove charges of homosexuality circling the Batcave in the 1940s. Her role, like that of her modern age counterpart (Flamebird III), was to provide romantic attention for Robin. But if her goal was to prove that Robin wasn't the boy sex-slave of Batman, why was she created as such an annoying female that a reasonable heterosexual wouldn't have touched her?

Most often, her name was written, "Bat-Girl".

Interesting mainly because she was explicitly added to the Bat-Family so as to disprove charges of homosexuality circling the Batcave in the 1940s. Her role, like that of her modern age counterpart (Flamebird III), was to provide romantic attention for Robin. But if her goal was to prove that Robin wasn't the boy sex-slave of Batman, why was she created as such an annoying female that a reasonable heterosexual wouldn't have touched her?

2005-12-29 03:46:12 DarthSkeptical Bio Niece to Kathy Kane, Batwoman. Ostensibly the romantic pairing for Robin, as Batwoman was for Batman.
2005-12-28 23:54:29 IndieRockLance Alias Batgirl (I--Betty Kane, usu. Bat-Girl) Batgirl (I - Betty Kane)
2005-12-28 16:30:16 DarthSkeptical New Character


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