Tags: breasts, femtroopers, humor, photos, star wars, women
Further investigation revealed that there are approximately thirty Femtroopers in the world today, mostly in the United States (thanks to SithVixen for the scoop).
Peter Hartlaub, at The San Francisco Bay Culture Blog, had a recent entry about the phenomenon.
This is perhaps the most celebratory development for horny Star Wars fans since Princess Leia became Jabba the Hutt’s barge ho.
I think these photos are really hot, but maybe that’s because I’ve seen “The Empire Strikes Back” at least 25 times and own a George Lucas action figure. While the armored hot pants and bare midriff are both nice touches, the contoured breast plate is definitely the sexiest/funniest part of the costume.
Unfortunately, some people just don’t get it. A comment on that site, written by someone known only as bagdorka, reads:
You know, I’m all for the armor… But, sorry to say, it’s not the real deal until they are sporting hairstyle-compatible demi-helms that cover their faces. The true star wars geek wants to hear it through the speakers, if you know what I’m saying.
*ahem* Yeah, ok. Taking this stuff a little too seriously?
The “femtrooper thing” is strictly not permitted in the UK Garrison.
Besides, we in the UKG only do canon costumes in regards to Star Wars, and IMHO, femtroopers have very little to do with Star Wars.
*cough* And somehow spending seven hundred (or more) pounds for a Stormtrooper outfit, going to a London Convention Center and trying to drink Guinness and Whitbread through your helmet does have something to do with Star Wars…?
Barry, a reader on the Les Jones site, had the following comment:
Well, it does inspire a new saying – “As useless as a codpiece on a femtrooper”
*Ding!* *Ding!* *Ding!* Finally, we have a winner! Nice one, Barry. 😉
Les Jones writes:
Femtroopers – Feminine versions of Star Wars stormtroopers, the better to hookup at DragonCon with.
Natural environment – the hotel and/or convention center
Favorite put-down – aren’t you a little short for a stormtrooper?
I would venture to say they get plenty of dork-lines, as well, such as, “Hey, baby, are those things real?”
Then again, I can also imagine them waving their hand, and saying, “These are not the breasts you’re looking for.”