stereotypical female

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  • She is easily excited by stereotypical female pursuits such as shoes and men.
  • These female characters, interestingly enough, seem to embody a completely different image than that of the stereotypical female role within the gothic novel.
  • The social status model suggests that stereotypical male characteristics are more socially desirable than stereotypical female characteristics.
  • While she starts out the series as a stereotypical female character (fast but weak), she ends up becoming the series' "all-rounder" by the second game.
  • In contrast with her friend and foil Jenna, Liz seems to have little interest in stereotypical female interests, such as fashion.
  • The superficial nature of stereotypical female interests is condemned.
  • He also expressed a desire to counter stereotypical female characters, which he has characterized as "bimbos" or "dominatrix" types.
  • Buffy was created to subvert the stereotypical female horror film victim; Whedon wanted to create a strong female cultural icon.
  • Dick's work was often criticized for its flat, stereotypical female characters, so Angel may represent his effort to prove he could create a rich and believable feminine voice.
  • The video game version of Mona Sax was critically acclaimed for being one of "relatively complex, non-stereotypical female game characters".
  • Generally, female primes facilitate reaction time to stereotypical female traits when participants are instructed to indicate whether the prime is animate.
  • Sometimes lesbians deliberately avoid stereotypical female speech, according to Queen, in order to distance themselves from "normative" heterosexual female speech patterns.
  • In the early 1960s, Marvel Comics already contained some strong female characters, although they often suffered from stereotypical female weakness such as fainting after intense exertion.
  • Obata added that Wedy has the "stereotypical female spy look."
  • In other words, the PD criteria assume unfairly that stereotypical female characteristics are pathological.
  • A classic example of D/s is the sissymaid, where an adult male dresses in cartoonish female clothing and performs stereotypical female chores such as housecleaning or serving tea.
  • But such tendencies of the submissive masochistic role should not be interpreted as a connection between it and the stereotypical female role -- many masochistic scripts do not include any of these tendencies.
  • Stereotypical female behaviors such as giggling or sighing are often presented non-ironically, and this leads young children (especially girls who identify with the female character) to think that this is how girls are supposed to look and act.
  • Poplawski highlights the importance of the relationship between females and their lovers and also between females and their fathers as a means through which Austen is able to criticise stereotypical female behaviours.
  • Inspired by Neneh Cherry and comic book character Tank Girl, Gard designed Lara Croft to counter stereotypical female characters.