I have a theory about She-Hulk. Which was created by a man, right? And at the time in particular I think 95% of comic book readers were men and certainly almost all of the comic book writers were men. So the Hulk was this classic male power fantasy. It’s like, most of the people reading comic books were these people like me who were just these little kids getting the shit kicked out of them every day… And so then they created She-Hulk, right? Who was still smart… I think She-Hulk is the chick that you could fuck if you were Hulk, you know what I’m saying? … She-Hulk was the extension of the male power fantasy. So it’s like if I’m going to be this geek who becomes the Hulk then let’s create a giant green porn star that only the Hulk could fuck.
Actually, She-Hulk was created because Marvel was worried the TV show was going to do it first and own the rights, which is still something of an inauspicious beginning. But, as often happens, the creators took a corporate mandate and treated it as a serious creative assignment. She-Hulk grew beyond the simple "Hulk, but a lady" premise pretty much immediately.
Oh, and she's also the Hulk's cousin, so no I don't think they intended for her to fuck the Hulk (Mark Millar's Old Man Logan notwithstanding). Stan Lee points this out:
Never for an instant did I want her as a love interest for Hulk. Only a nut would even think of that.
So why should we give a fuck what Goyer has to say? Chris Sims gives a pretty good explanation -- viz, that Goyer is possibly the guy most responsible for public perception of superheroes over the past 20 years. We can't just dismiss him like a forum troll; Warner's superhero output is in the hands of a guy who really doesn't seem to like superheroes very much and I think that's a problem. (And yeah, I liked Blade and Dark Knight as much as the next guy. But my opinion of Man of Steel is roughly on par with Sims's.) Not to put too fine a point on it, this is the guy who's writing Wonder Woman's first film appearance.
Gail Simone, unsurprisingly, has some comments.