If you didn’t complain about the canon comic where Thor turned into a fucking frog then you shouldn’t complain about Thor being a woman.
Even if you did complain about the canon comic where Thor turned into a fucking frog you still shouldn’t complain about Thor being a woman; it’s not like someone has to be turned into an animal before they’re allowed to be a woman as well. I mean, this is an easy one, there’s really no nuance, Not Complaining About Thor Being Female is a slam dunk.
There are only two reasons to complain about this change.
1. You really like the personality and character of Thor and you don’t want to see a different character filling the role.
2. Women being superheroes makes you uncomfortable.
If you’re upset because of #1, I feel you. I like Steve Rogers a lot. But as with Steve Rogers, I’m actively supporting Sam Wilson in the role of Cap (if not Remender as the writer), because (well, mostly because I love Sam Wilson, but also because) I understand that as much as I like this character, representation in comics is more important than Steve Rogers in comics, and Steve would agree with me. In Thor’s case, we need more women in anchor character positions just to get up to equal numbers. So get over yourself, because I’m sure we’ll continue to see Male Thor in a variety of books and media. Sit down and remember you’re helping to work towards a better world through the simple expedient of keeping your mouth shut about Thor.
If you think a woman being Thor somehow lessens it or excludes you or if it makes you feel strange and alienated, you’re a misogynist. No more talking from you, you’ve been talking for thousands of years. Take your discomfort out and treasure it; you are a silent martyr to a cause.
Emphasis on silent. No talking. You. No. Pst. No talking. No. No.