I don't want to be a feminist. I believe in equal rights for the sexes, but if I call myself a feminist, that carries extra weight I don't want to bear.
Do I think there's sexism in comics? Sure. Do I think there should be more comics that women like? Oh yeah. Do I think DC or Marvel are somehow morally* obliged to provide women with comics suited to their tastes? Uhhhhh... no. Do I think having lurid, sex and violence, even misogyny-filled comics in the "mainstream" is going to damage people's perceptions of the genders? I doubt it.
Let me digress for a second: What is it with the idea that if comics are sexist, that's going to make people sexist in real life? It's like saying that most of everyone is stupid and can't tell comics from reality. Oh wait, maybe they are! I'd buy that. But then that means that the whole "make media less sexist" thing is part of a larger battle to steer the "herd" of barely-thinking cattle-people into believing one way or another. Is that what it all comes down to? Intellectual elitism? "We know better than all of you how you should think, so we'll take responsibility for showing you what's acceptable to read..."
Anyway, once you get past having equal rights and move into engineering a better world by stamping out that which offends you, that's where feminism loses me. And I don't want to call myself a "feminist" and then constantly have to justify why I don't live up to someone else's feminist standards.
I mean, look what that gets Mad Thinker Scott.
*"Morally" being a separate issue from "financially".