I have been reading many blogs and forums about the new sexuality in the New 52, and one of the worst criticisms is against Starfire and her New Personality. After reading through the first issue of Red Hood and the Outlaws I have come to the conclusion that many of these criticisms are unjustified. First and foremost is the claim that Starfire is objectified by the artist. Starfire has always been objectified in one form of or another since her appearance. She has been DC's pinup girl and was even given a job as a fashion model. Is it right? No, but it has always been tasteful and balanced by her character, a balls out gregarious warrior princess, which brings me to my next point. Some comments basically say that Star is Jason and Roy's sex slave due to her memory loss and the way Jason orders her around. To me during the battle where she deffers to Jason I saw a hired gun asking for orders. As for her ability to give consent and how Jason and Roy are using her, SHE INITIATED IT. During the conversation between her and Roy regarding sex what I heard was her telling Roy to have sex with her and if he didn't she would find someone (most likely Jason) who would. I think what is shocking people is that Kory is acting like a cold, battle hardened mercanary under Jason's employ, and more importantly like a man. Lets face it, she asked Roy for sex the way a man would ask a woman. If the situation were reversed we would all go DUDE over Roy, but since it was starfire taking the dominant role, she's a slut, because women aren't supposed to be pushy and dominating when it comes to sex, and I think her new sex em and leave em attitude unsettles people.This new attitude also shows that she's more mercenary than she used to be. As for her memory loss, I don't know. Maybe the writers are trying to play with her alien physiology in new ways, maybe it's part of her new character. What I'm saying is that this is a whole new Starfire being taken in a new direction. As such lets not freak out over the first issue and see how she develops. Second don't freak out about her new sexuality. She's not a bimbo, a slut, or a sex doll, She's acting like man, with a mans sexual wants. Is it right? that's up to the individual, but rather than the old warrior princess we have a mercenary who lives how she want's, does what she want's and does who she wants like the character herself said.