Adult entertainment superstar Tanya Tate is featured in the French magazine Comic Box.
Tanya Tate is no stranger to mainstream attention for her geektastic hobbies which include cosplaying and reviewing comic books.
French publication Comic Box covers all facets of pop-culture, so it’s of little surprise that the magazine would have interest in Tanya.
The popular performer discusses her status as a “professional cosplayer” and doesn’t shy away from controversial topics like feminine protests in geekdom, the portrayal of women in comics and the online outrage that happens across social media.
“I would be doing a disservice to myself and the fans that have supported me as a cosplayer and geek. So, in addition to talking about my love of the hobby, when asked, I gave my opinion on topics that some may consider controversial,” said Tanya.
Here are some quotes from the Tanya Tate Comic Box interview –
COMIC BOX: Just to be clear (for readers who don’t known you and could get maybe a caricatural version of a porn actress dressing like a superheroine); you don’t specially go for the half-naked costumes. For example, when you dress as Captain Marvel you pick the more recent, more covering version of her costume. How do you chose your costumes?
TANYA TATE: You’re right I don’t dress half-naked. Because there are families and little children around that I feel it’s inappropriate to have my butt cheeks hanging out. I do like to have fun and make my costumes a bit sexy, but I don’t cross a certain line. Ironically, the “pornstar” is usually wearing MORE clothes than some other cosplayers.
COMIC BOX: Recently there have been a wave of feminist protests that comic-book heroines are built or dressed like pornstar. You’re the exact reverse, being a porn actress dressing like comic-book heroines.
TANYA TATE: I think that these people who are organizing these protests are doing it more for their own gain and don’t really care about what comic book heroines look like. They have their own agendas.
Super hero males are built like gods with rippling muscles that you can see through their costumes, but complaining about that won’t get the website “clicks.” Complaining about a sexy woman gets in the news.
COMIC BOX: What do you think of the portrayal of women in comics and geek stuff?
TANYA TATE: Generally, I don’t have a problem with it. In the last 20 years there have been a lot of strong females characters in comics and geekdom. I think people just like to “outrage” for the sake of doing it. It’s really gotten to the point of ridiculousness. If people don’t get their way, they come up with a hashtag and complain on social media. Yes, there are some portrayals that are questionable. But that goes for males and females.
Fiesta Magazine’s upcoming issue also showcases Tanya. Hitting newsstands in England on January 7th, Fiesta’s coverage of the Sexpo UK convention features the delectable Miss Tate.
Virtually all of the images in the two page spread have a bit of Tanya in them.
“I had a lot of fun at Sexpo UK and I’m happy that the lads from Fiesta were there to get pictures of it,” said Tanya. “There’s me and my Fleshlight, with Lindsey Dawn McKenzie, Leigh Darby and loads more. You really get a sense of the excitement that was to be had.”
Info on the issue of Fiesta Magazine featuring coverage of Sexpo UK can be found via the official Fiesta Twitter.
Ten time MILF of the Year award winner Tanya Tate launched a thrilling adult entertainment career in late 2008 when the former office worker decided on a whim to spice up her life.
Tanya quickly became a popular performer in the MILF genre and when the Liverpool born beauty starred in the controversial Tanya Tate’s Sex Tour of Ireland she found herself spotlighted in the headlines of the mainstream press.
A sex scene that featured Tanya and an Irish pro-athlete became the tabloid fodder across England and Ireland.
Capitalizing on her skyrocketing career, Tanya ventured to the adult entertainment capital of the world, Los Angeles.
Tanya has also been an FHM magazine cover model and seen in the theatrically released documentary from acclaimed photographer Deborah Anderson titled Aroused.
After firmly establishing herself as an in-demand performer, Tanya Tate made the move to the director’s chair specializing in Lesbian-themed erotica for Filly Films.
Tanya Tate has also become a noted “Geek” personality stemming from her high profile hobby of cosplay and pop-culture filled blog JustaLottaTanya.com