I think it's sad that feminism is being used to shame the women that posed for this picture. Because that's pretty much what I've seen from this. The women were called "ornaments". When one said she willingly posed for this, the reply was something about being on the same level as an accessory to hijacking. It's also been said that the picture inferred that the women were "weak" and shames them for the appearance of being "sexually available" to the man in the picture. Zeta was the one that posted it in here, not Orwar. Zeta was one of those behind the making of this picture. Basically, those talking about "feminism" are saying that the women didn't know what they were doing, didn't know how it would be portrayed and just overall aren't able to make their own choices, simply because a gasp man is shown in the proverbial seat of power. When it could be said that he is only there because they want him to be there and he could easily be replaced by them. In that event, who is/are really the one/s in power?