I've seen plenty of criticism of Dynamite's approach, but I tend to prefer their more serious stories over AC's questionable depiction of women -- their headliners! Isn't it possible to present strong female leads without regularly posing them like Playboy bunnies and/or ripping off their already minimal tops? (Admittedly, other publishers have been known to take a similar approach but usually not to the same extreme.) There must be a happy medium somewhere.
I do give AC credit for giving a home to many Golden Age characters that might otherwise be forgotten and for reprinting classic stories on a regular basis. And they clearly have an audience, judging by their staying power.
I just don't think I'm their target demographic.
Mind you, I also don't happen to think pole dancing qualifies as female empowerment or that lingerie is a suitable gift for a woman (ask yourself who really benefits).