‘The Mandalorian’ on Disney+ Faces ‘Anger’ Over Female Mandalorian Armour


Because the internet always needs something to be mad about, the latest “outrage” is that the female Mandalorians in the Disney+ show “The Mandalorian” have chest plates with breasts. Of course they do, where else are they supposed to put their boobs? Most women have breasts larger than an A-cup. The average bra cup size is a C-cup.

Of course Twitter was quick to point out that it makes sense and that the armour design is consistent with it’s usage in the source material:

The armour has room for breasts, and the extra area isn’t even that pronounced. It isn’t like they have giant, rounded, breast cups here.

But they used to have that!


Some women are flatter and can wear a “male” modeled chest plate, but most women aren’t. If they made all the women look like the men, other people would get upset. Especially after years of memes joking about how they dress female warriors in a lot of games. Star Wars has made the necessary improvements.

It’s today’s outrage on Twitter. I guess people are over Baby Yoda eating the Frog Lady’s eggs now? Can’t wait to see what next week’s outrage is.

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