There has been a lot of talk in the Internet and forums lately about Glowing Vaginas.
Specifically, the one belonging to mutant witch Wanda Maximoff in the Marvel Comics crossover event House of M. I won't go to into detail about the series because, well...it's written by the over-worked and stretched-too-thin Brian Bendis. If your search result didn't bring you here by accident then you know all about it. If you got here by clicking on what you thought was an "interesting" link, then look it up yourselves. But I'll give you a little background.
Wanda, aka the Scarlet Witch, is able to re-order reality at her whim. Unbalanced mentally, she had a breakdown when a group of poorly-written superheroes lacking their established characterization banded together to kill her to stop the alterations sweeping the world. At the end of House of M #1, everyone but Spider-Man and Wanda has blinked out of existence. Then Wanda opens up her Big Glowing Vagina and the world as anyone knew it ceases to exist in a wash of bright light and starts over from scratch, completely different.
Now word has come around (I assume from Marvel) that in spite of what everyone is saying, the image I'll show here a bit further down, is not a vagina. Please. Who are they kidding? Of course they have to deny it or else Hillary Clinton will divert federal funds that should be fixing schools to investigate comic book imagery.
So here they are....judge for yourself.
Mutopia #1 - Oh my, indeed
Here's a golden-oldie from DC, written in the time known as 'Pre-Crisis', from the Phantom Zone mini-series drawn by Gene Colan, featuring the Man of Steel, Superman.
Of course, Marvel, being a leader in the comic field, is not content to stop with vaginas. They plunge on ahead with this, from the X-Men.
I don't mind the writers or artists sneaking in a suggestive image or three. Just don't be so obvious about it, is all I'm saying.
Take an artistic hint from the Morrison/Van Sciver 'subliminal sex' opus in New X-Men #118 for the clever way to do it.