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A Return to Character Likeability

A Return to Character Likeability

Way back in June I wrote a post about character likeability. Then, my main point was that I don’t need to like a character, but I need to be compelled by them. The post as a whole makes sense and […]

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I Love You Lara Croft, But I Don’t Want My Female Characters to Be Like You

Lara Croft Tomb Raider: Cradle of Life came on TV the other night, and because it was Friday, and TV sucks on Friday, my parents and I watched it. It doesn’t hurt that it’s awesomely entertaining. The first Lara Croft […]

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Confession: I Am A Sexist Reader

Confession: I Am A Sexist Reader

It wasn’t until college that I began to see articles bemoaning a lack of female authors in fantasy and science fiction. My reaction: . . . Really? This was around the same time I had begun to realize I gravitated […]

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Feminism in Literature I: Making Your Writing Better by Incorporating Feminism

Feminism in Literature I: Making Your Writing Better by Incorporating Feminism

I did not think that writing my first post on feminism in literature would be as hard as I’m finding it. I just spent over a year working on a writing project incorporating feminism for crying out loud! But it’s […]

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