See this is why I don’t like Starfire in the comics. She is a freaking whore she has been with Nightwing, Red Hood, and now Speedy! Plus who knows who else she has been with.
Please, please tell me this is a joke?
Okay, first of all, this isn’t the original dialogue from the comic. See how the words are in two different fonts? And it doesn’t really fit the speech bubbles in some places? That’s where you can tell that the dialogue’s been altered. (I would be able to tell anyway because I’ve read the original scene - but even if that weren’t the case, a bad photoshop is easy to spot.)
Secondly, this scene is from Red Hood and the Outlaws, which is hardly the best place to go if you want to get an accurate idea of comic!Kory anyway. The way she’s acting here is not remotely in-character for Kory’s personality, as established in the comics over the last three decades.
Thirdly, Red Hood and the Outlaws in fact later establishes that Kory was never romantically involved Jason Todd, aka the Red Hood. This comic has numerous problems in its portrayal of Kory, but let’s at least get our facts straight here.
But even let’s say she was. Let’s say that Kory had in fact been involved with Dick, Jason, and Roy.
What exactly is the big problem with that?
That’s three guys, there. THREE. You’d be hard-pressed to find a character in the comics who hasn’t been involved with at least that many people, unless they’re either a very new character or still quite young. Are they all “whores”?
But, you know what? Let’s say she was involved with more than three guys. Let’s say she was involved with tons of people.
So what? It’s all between single, consenting adults. She’s not cheating on anyone or using them or manipulating them into anything they don’t want to do. So why would it make her a lesser person?