Think of the capture scenes in "Vendetta" fer instance.
Why should the villain of the piece be uncomfortable wearing some kind of Mask or Hood to conceal his identity when he can do that t' his victim and make them even more uncomfortable?
But it squanders too many opportunities to deserve anything more than a C. Wonder Woman makeover: Personally, I'm not a superheroine fan, but even I could appreciate how well Lynda Carter filled out her costume on TV. That's why there's seldom any explicit rape scenes made anymore, and the worst treatment is going to be reserved for men.
Galt is right when he mentions what a mistake it would be to change an icon like Wonder Woman for what is perceived to be a change in today's audiences. I don't like it; I think it's stupid, but that's what sells in this day and age.
I will admit that I actually do really like using them in our personal play and we incorporate them all the time. We DO like them and we DO use them in our productions to this very day.