In our other life many of us are super heroes.

Too bad for us. Wish it was in this life.

In this life, the Session Girls of New York are Super Heroines.

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It’s in their cultural roots.

They follow in the footsteps of a super sexy heroine, sometimes villain, who stalked and scaled the skyscrapers of Gotham with sensuous prowess.

Catwoman (Selina Kyle) is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics, commonly in association with the superhero Batman.

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The character was created by Bob Kane and Bill Finger, and she made her debut in Batman #1 (Spring 1940), in which she is known as “the Cat”.

Catwoman has traditionally been portrayed as a supervillain and adversary of Batman, but since the 1990s, she has been featured in an eponymous series that depicts her as an antiheroine rather than a traditional villain.

Catwoman is known for having a complex love-hate relationship with Batman and has been Batman’s most enduring love interest.

Her weapons usually include infrared goggles, bladed high-heel boots, and a belt filled with lock picks. Most recently she was portrayed by Anne Hathaway in The Dark Knight Rises.

Actresses Julie Newmar, Lee Meriwether, and Eartha Kitt introduced her to a large audience on the 1960s Batman television series and the 1966 Batman motion picture. Michelle Pfeiffer portrayed the character in 1992’s Batman Returns. Halle Berry starred in a stand-alone Catwoman film in 2004.

We have to travel back a few decades to the 1960s to appreciate a mesmerizing pioneer who brought Catwoman to life with flair, sexy elegance, wit and a wonderful sense of humor.

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She continues to have a nice sense of style. At julienewmar.com she purrs, “As an eleventh generation American and a Mayflower descendant, Julie Newmar has beauty, brains and a charming sense of humor.”

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We agree. She made such a wonderful Catwoman.

Thankfully Super Heroines still roam the streets of New York.

They also session there as well.

We realize there are many popular session girls in New York and we have written about many of them. If you have read our magazine, you already know there is quite a list.

So now we have some new heroines on the horizon.

It’s time to meet them.

SIR CEE

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This New York girl is beautiful and ready to fly.

“Sir Cee is an athletic, smart, and feisty dominant female who was born and raised in New York City. Her ethnic background is Dominican and she finds it very easy to get what she wants when dominating men.

She is also a very athletic dancer which makes her very flexible and strong. She enjoys making men suffer under her grip and finds lifting, carrying and throwing men, her size or larger, exciting and fun! She can lift men anywhere between 170lbs – 190lbs.”

You can email her at sirceewrestle@gmail.com

CASSIDY RAE

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SHE IS A FEMININE GORGEOUS BLONDE

Did we say that loud enough? If you ever want to be rescued, Cassidy Rae says: “I am very athletic and much stronger than I look.  I work out often and I’m flexible, tenacious and fun!”

Good, she’s strong enough to fight off the villains.

You can contact her at TheLovelyCassidy@gmail.com

Britta Inga Olsen

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Inga is an experienced wrestler who has made many videos.

She also has many fans who have had a session with her and are creating her Super Heroine posters. Here are a few raves.

One fan praises, “It’s amazing how good a wrestler Inga has become.  She’s now using moves few women ever used.  I had taken her to the mat in a head scissors.  She quickly kicked both legs back and threw me over in a head scissors.  I gave after five seconds of being trapped between those 24 inch thighs and 17 inch calves. And, boy was I surprised when she later pinned me using a folding body press.”

Very impressive.

Now for another. “I recently had a match with Britta Olsen at her New York City wrestling club. Encountering her on a real mat provided me with the ultimate wrestling experience. Although not a bodybuilder, Britta has a very nice athletic build. Her incredible strength, wrestling skills, and knowledge of holds had me submitting instantly even though I work out regularly and outweigh her by twenty-five pounds. I highly recommend her and will definitely have another match with her.”

Okay, we love it.

You can contact her at wrestlingnyc@yahoo.com

When you work out with a girl with super powers, it will no doubt make you very hungry.

Where can you go for some great grilled food? Remember, Heroines need protein to fly through the air, scale skyscrapers and knock out bad guys.

We found just the right place. They’re very friendly and invite us in at gothambarandgrill.com

HERE IS THEIR STORY

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“For 30 years Gotham has lured diners to east 12 Street to experience the grand setting and the celebrated cuisine of Chef Alfred Portale.

Opening its doors in in 1984 along a tree-lined stretch of the fabled Greenwich Village neighborhood, Gotham was the vision of four New Yorkers from diverse backgrounds. Jerry Kretchmer, Jeff Bliss, Rick Rathe and Robert Rathe set out to create a downtown restaurant reminiscent of the energy, feel and beauty of a Parisian brasserie. Breaking with convention the restaurant was designed to be lively, inclusive and approachable which proved a winning formula as the restaurant was an immediate downtown sensation. One year later the Gotham team determined to upgrade its menu, enlisted the talent of a young, unknown Chef, Alfred Portale.

Portale would bring the cuisine to a new level and together Gotham and Portale have proven a winning duo with critics and patrons alike.

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In 2010 the New York Times awarded Gotham its fifth three-star review, a distinction achieved by no other New York restaurant. In 2009 New York Magazine named Gotham one of the most important New York City restaurants of the past forty years.

Since 2005 the restaurant has maintained a one star Michelin rating and the restaurant is consistently highly ranked in the annual Zagat Guide. The restaurant has also collected three James Beard Awards including the prestigious Award as Outstanding Restaurant in the nation in 2002, and in 2006 Chef Portale was named Outstanding Chef in the nation.

The restaurant’s wine program has evolved over the years as well, earning the respect of many top wine makers who share rare and hard-to-obtain vintages and small production wines. The result is a vast and varied cellar making Gotham Bar and Grill an essential wine destination.

In addition to the consistent quality of food and service, Gotham’s uncommon longevity can be attributed to the tireless efforts of Portale and partners who continuously evolve the menu, dining room, service standards and art collection (Gotham contracts its own curator). All with the objective of maintaining Gotham’s vibrant and beloved guest experience.

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The ideal spot for any occasion, Gotham Bar and Grill serves dinner seven nights a week, and serves lunch Monday through Friday, when the room is awash in bright sunlight, and the restaurant offers its legendary prix fixe lunch menu, an institution unto itself and one of New York City’s great values.”

Yummy. That is one tasty story.

This has been tasty super heroine fun.

After having a session with one of these gorgeous New York girls, you too will be ready to fly (cape and tights optional).

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Thank you Wikipedia and WB270.com for great information.

https://gothambarandgrill.com/restaurant/

http://batman.wikia.com/wiki/The_Cat_(Anne_Hathaway)

http://julienewmar.com/biography/