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Quickies: How to write women characters, the vaginome, and men in feminism

Amanda

Amanda works in healthcare, is a loudmouthed feminist, and proud supporter of the Oxford comma.

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  1. Amanda,

    I think it could be interesting to see what values future civilizations two or three thousand years from now project onto us.

  2. re writing about women – There can’t be many books or movies that come up to criteria recommended in that article. Having a think about it myself I could only think of one, the BBC series, The Bletchley Circle. The 4 main characters are women and interact with each other as they solve their case.

  3. I’m reminded of Bram Stoker writing about Mina Murray/Harker in Dracula, “complimenting” her by frequently stating how “like a man” she was.

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