Another interesting aspect about her is that she's a stripper, which automatically sexualizes her. Its even where she got her name from- being the most popular stripper. Although I had a bit of an issue with this initial sexualization of her in the comic, as I thought about it, it did kind of make sense. She is only stripping to find out the secrets from the military men who come to the club. She uses her sexuality to gain something. This is the same with all the other strippers in the club- they're all single mothers or college students, doing what they have to in order to support themselves or their families. Not sex-crazed, mindless women, who strip just because they enjoy it.
Although I don't support the author's decision to make a stripper superhero, after thinking about it more, it didn't make me as upset as I felt initially. Do you think there was enough reason to make her a stripper? Or just an excuse to make her overly sexualized?