Writing | Is it considered sexist if

systemcat

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I'd like some thoughts on this. Working on Vocal Canvases I have two villainess characters: Sadie and The Contessa. Both I have in places written to them aspects stereotyped ideas towards women ... but the ideas work so well for them. On the flip side I don't write Jocelyn the same way. Is it considered sexist if a woman is doing the writing?
 

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It's considered sexist if a woman can't do or be what she wants because of what others think. Period.
 

systemcat

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Good answer and that definition didn't hit me until you said it. Bearing in mind it being put that way. How I've written some moments for those characters seems to not fit the definition at all. Example while still off to the side, it's clear from the last story why Cheri is now working for ACME.
 

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