Re: Joss Whedon and the blurry line between homage and appropriation
I never said that, I said the bad traits he gives to female characters are all too often easily excused and quickly forgotten about.
I don't know what shows you were watching, because I never found that female characters' immoralities were easily excused or quickly forgotten. From where I stand, the degree to which the various characters' evil choices would be forgiven or forgotten was directly related to whether or not the primary characters regarded that perpetrator as a friend, not the gender of the perpetrator.
And, hell, this person
thinks Whedon is a misogynist and a rapist.
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