Yeah, I thought so, but without interviews from Conway at hand, I didn't want to risk mouthing off like a dumbass. :)
And this comment will probably make sound more negative than I want it to, but I guess what I still find problematic about this, in spite of its good intentions, is that it still sort of puts Mary Jane on an OBJECT level - I get the loneliness of a newlywed, but she goes from being attracted in spite of herself to a douche whose douchiness couldn't be more obvious if he was twirling a handlebar moustache, to being all I'M GONNA STAND BY MY MAN. I mean, it makes me uncomfortable, as a left-leaning guy with feminist intentions, because in my own fiction writing, I'VE DONE STUFF LIKE THAT, where the female character I want to show being all awesome and independent still becomes a bit of an appendage to the male hero. That being said, I think it's healthy for any writer to check their own subconscious tropes.