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Erynne
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@obrian-of-the-surface-world

Wow, yes I completely agree! You raised many good points.

One of my favorite female protagonists is Katniss Everdeen from the Hunger Games series. Although I enjoy the story and her character I don’t agree that a woman should be the overall “leader” of the army, if you will. I believe that should be the man’s role. Do you agree, biblically speaking?

Another favorite of mine is Jo March from Little Woman. I’m not quite halfway through the book, so I will be speaking mainly from what I’ve seen in the movies (1994 I believe, and 2019 versions). Although I love Jo and can relate to her more than any of them, she is a huge feminist. She doesn’t believe that a woman shouldn’t have the goal in life to get married and raise a family, and I completely disagree. That is what the God commands us women to do. However, Jo is a big tomboy like myself, but how do I incorporate that into female characters without making them seem feminist?

I’ve never seen any DC movies, but thank you for sharing that about Wonder Woman! That was very helpful!

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