She's a bi*ch, if you want to call that a bi*ch...but she's a charismatic one
And she's neither a sacred cow nor a cosmic chicken with an attraction to hairy Canucks.
Poor woman played whore because she was really scared of real love. You may call that a childhood trauma...but come on. She has had no serious romantic relationship (just partnership fixed by sharing a bed) since her romance with her college teacher...till she met Scott, who just happened to be married with red-haired Sacred Cow.
And about Wolverine. He might be feral in bed, but I wouldn't be so sure about the size of his "little thing"... But some women just happen to love such "untamed beasts"...
Emma may be a ***** - and it likely proud of it - but it doesn't mean she isn't right when she talks. She will give it to people straight without sugar coating, while still sounding polite and highly educated.
We should probably thank Grant Morrison for finding deeper character in Emma than previous writers (who were too obsessed with Jean Grey.) Emma's brought something very different but welcome to the X-Men with her classy sass. Once upon a time, it was Logan who would help to change the X-Men dynamic into a bestseller. This is a terrific respect thread.
Can't forget about Emma's leading role in the crisis around Sentry and The Void, helping to heal Bob Reynolds cracked psyche. Scans for that should be next.
"I'm not smart so much as I am not dumb." - Harlan Ellison
And talking about her confrontation with Storm... I've asked ExodusCloak long ago for a "mindswitching gun" scans- those of mindshift.
Emma is one of the greatest telepathy users when it comes down to prep- there were her Mutivac scans on second page of the thread- it was better than Cerebro...and more convinient for a user...though it was better only for searching mutants, not as pure TP amplifier. But it was build for particular purpose and was not the only sohisticated gadget/machine invented by Emma.
Emma's skills in inventing gadgets for amplifying\modifying psionic powers seem to be a bit underrated...