Strong Female Characters Quotes by Meg Cabot, Katee Sackhoff, Joan D. Vinge, Saoirse Ronan, Tavi Gevinson, L. J. Smith and many others.
Strong female characters – even if they don’t necessarily make the same decisions that we might – make such great narrative material, especially when there’s an equally strong male character in the mix.
I find that in the science fiction world, you have almost more women fans than male fans and I think it’s because there’s been such a shortage of strong female characters.
I was thinking about what I wanted to write next, after my first novel, and had decided that I wanted to write a story with a lot of strong female characters in it.
I think it’s important that we have strong, female characters in movies now, which can really leave an impression on people – especially young people – and that they’re not ‘sexy’ or ‘cool’.
What makes a strong female character is a character who has weaknesses, who has flaws, who is maybe not immediately likable, but eventually relatable.
I like strong female characters. I try to write them as role models for young girls.
I can’t imagine writing a book without some strong female characters, unless that was a demand of the setting. I actually tend to suspect that in real life, there have always been very strong female characters, but at certain stages of society, they’ve been asked to cool it.
I want to do a little bit of everything. I want to play a good, strong female character.
I can’t imagine writing a book without some strong female characters, unless that was a demand of the setting.
The fact that my female characters have strong personalities but are also physically attractive probably reflects the women I’ve known in my life.
I wanted to have very strong female characters. I just thought it was always the way the world should be.
Equality is not a concept. It’s not something we should be striving for. It’s a necessity. Equality is like gravity. We need it to stand on this earth as men and women.
I think the book struck me in a few ways that I thought very interesting to pick it as my first martial arts film. It has a very strong female character and it was very abundant in classic Chinese textures.
A movie about a weak, vulnerable woman can be feminist if it shows a real person that we can empathize with.
I’m attracted to films that have strong female characters because there are strong female characters in my life.
Often, as a young actress, you find yourself being the only girl in a room full of men… and one of the reasons why I like ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ is because they have such strong female characters and the women really drive this show.
It was a great joy for me to develop a strong female character in the spirit of an Icelandic woman. Icelandic women tend to be very strong and very independent, and I think that came in very handy.
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