Sexually speaking a woman on fire is about as useful and safe as a 200 degrees below zero woman... Although if we consider zero sum, then, if you don't mind the steam, a woman on fire shouldn't have any problem snuggling with a 200 degrees below zero woman... Pubic grooming? I'm assuming that Firehawk has a blazing snatch under her costume when she's powered up? And that she mentally changed the colour of her bush while J'onn was dying in the clip above, and by the way, why isn't her hair, and Firestorm's hair contributing to the Manhunter's impotence, especially if it is a psychological illness and not a literal infirmity... But the point I was heading toward, which will make all women hate her, Lorraine does not have to shave her legs: Whether in her super hero identity or civilian guise, she just magically wills the hair on her legs to vanish, and it does. (#####!) Thinking about it, there's a lot of superladies in fiction that can side step the ordeals and tragedy of keeping up with the feminine beauty regime... I'm not sure if Supergirl using her heat vision to burn off the titanium-like bristle she calls leg hair fits on to the pro list or con list? It does seem easy, but it also means that she smells constantly of burnt hair, which isn't a nice smell at all. The irony about J'onn's powers fading in the presence of fire... Is that if he had his powers (intangibility, fight, super jumping, super speed) he could get away from fire with ease. Actually I wouldn't be surprised if J'onn telepathically enhanced and magnified (or invented?) the antismoking hysteria in the DCU for the last couple decades, since he can't walk down the street without doubling over in pain, if every third person is smoking a lit cigarette in front of him can he know? I do not recall (I didn't read Stormwatch) if the New 52 Martian Manhunter has any issues with fire?