SheZow is an Australian-Canadian animated series created by Obie Scott Wade, first broadcast on Network Ten in Australia in 2012 (now on Eleven) and The Hub in the United States in 2013. It is known for being controversial over its subject matter, which involves a young, crossdressing superhero.
Based on Wade's contribution to Disney's Shorty McShorts' Shorts in 2007, which in turn was based on a more adult-oriented short of his named SheeZaam, the series revolves around Guy Hamdon, a 12-year-old boy who out of curiosity discovers the power ring of superheroine SheZow, originally property to his late aunt, and has to put up with wearing a woman's outfit when fighting crime.
Super Sidekick (S01E02b)
While Shaverine is saving the city, Guy is busy resting and stuffing his belly with Spicy Hot Chipadillas and Fizz Burp.
As they look for endorsements for SheZow, Maz and Guy become lazy, playing video games and drinking Fizz Burp. Guy becomes easily affected, becoming too fat to fight crime, but does so anyway as a workout. Eventually, he belches back to his regular size near a refrigerator.