Her responsible behaviour after finding out she was going to have a baby counts for more with me than a scenario where I have to make assumptions about her sexual safety to even find it morally questionable.
While I can appreciate your generosity towards her and her habits, I don't feel the same way. Do I think she should burn in Hades' realm for all eternity for her actions? No, but at the same time, she's not the kind of character that I'm interested in reading about.
Just because I was, err, vigorously arguing a point earlier, I want to reiterate, there's no need to explain yourself, it's just honest curiosity on my part.
Well, no form of birth control is 100% effective so the use or non-use of it is of little concern to me. As for Batman, yes, he has similar sex habits to Zola but he has enough other aspects that I find interesting that they overshadow his sexual behavior plus I don't read any of Batman's solo books. I only read about him in Justice League where his sex-life is rarely, if ever, touched upon or talked about.
"Love is the bane of honor, the death of duty." - Maester Aemon Targaryen, of Castle Black (Game of Thrones)
Johns has already written Wonder Woman killing, both on panel, and in the New 52. How much more obvious can you get?
By no standard was Zola immoral for sleeping around, unless you follow the ideology of Phil Robertson.
Desaad: Guess they found out [Mr. Mastermind] was Holmes?
ABH-1979: Really? I don't think so. I actually liked Holmes...