When sex games become a cultural phenomenon, can we say they’re okay?

The sex games industry is exploding.

According to a recent report from market research firm Strategy Analytics, the industry has been valued at $17 billion since 2011, with over $12 billion of that in the United States alone.

As such, it’s no surprise that many people are having a lot of fun in their own sex games.

So, it makes sense that it’s only fitting that a big name like Supergirl would be one of the big players in this space, too.

That’s because she’s a big fan of sex games, which, according to her, are “a form of media that’s a lot more fun and less harmful than, say, porn.”

That makes her a perfect fit for a sex game.

While there are tons of sex game companies out there, none are as famous and successful as Supergirl.

It’s her brand that has been instrumental in bringing sex games to the mainstream.

That means she’s one of a handful of women who have had the opportunity to be featured in games and movies.

That includes her time as the primary character in DC Comics’ Supergirl, a series that ran from 2010-2015.

Her sexuality is not unknown in the comics, which was a big factor in her character’s popularity.

It was even revealed in an episode of the TV series The Flash where she would flirt with Caitlin Snow, an alternate universe version of the character.

That led to some controversy, especially when it was revealed that she was bisexual.

Fans also saw the sexual nature of Supergirl’s sexuality in the recent reboot of The Flash, which introduced a new team of superheroes.

But those were some of the first times that the character had been explored in a media setting.

There were some minor controversy surrounding the show’s depiction of sex, including a clip in which Supergirl had sex with the Arrow-wielding Green Arrow, a scene in which she was seen having sex with a male version of herself.

While the show has since been renewed for a second season, fans have continued to be vocal about their concerns with Supergirl being a “fantasy character” that should be portrayed in the media.

But the sex game community has remained steadfast in its support of Super.

“Sex games have always been about sex,” said Christina Estrada, an assistant professor of media and culture at New York University.

“They’re about playing with people’s bodies.

There’s a very particular kind of pleasure to it.”

So why did Supergirl become so popular?

She’s an icon for many of the same reasons that other sex games have been popular.

She’s a woman with an extraordinary, iconic status that’s tied to her sexuality.

Supergirl is one of only two female Superstars to have been on the cover of Entertainment Weekly, the magazine that covers all things super.

She was featured on the covers of Vanity Fair, Entertainment Weekly and People.

And, of course, she’s also one of several women to have played a central role in the comic books, including Kara Zor-El, Supergirl and Supergirl: The Animated Series.

Super is also the only female member of the DC Superhero Girls team.

It also doesn’t hurt that she has an interesting, unique personality.

While her sexual orientation has been a topic of controversy, Super is known for her strong character traits and her strong opinions.

She has a passion for the Superboy TV series, Superwoman and Supergirls.

“Supergirl is a superhero who is passionate about being a hero and helping people, and she’s passionate about her sexuality,” said Estradas.

“She’s not going to shy away from that.

It doesn’t make her a bad person.

She just happens to be a strong, powerful woman.”

She’s also been a successful sex game star in the real world.

Super has won awards and been named Sexiest Superstar, Sexiest Sex Toy of All Time and Sexiest Teen Sex Toy.

She is also a frequent performer in various adult films and on the popular reality television series Teen Mom.

Super’s sexuality has also been used in her work with other super heroes.

“I’ve had conversations with some of my favorite super heroes about how it’s cool to have a sexual relationship with a super,” she told Vanity Fair.

“It’s not like I’m being a super, or I’m doing it to impress someone.

It just feels like fun.”