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{{Quote|Leave the saving of the world to the men? I don't think so!|[[Elastigirl]].}}
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{{Quote|Settle down, are you kidding? I'm at the top of my game. I wanna play with the big dogs! Girls, come on! Leave the saving of the world to the men? I don't think so!|[[Elastigirl]] talking in her interview.}}
{{Quote|Still think a ship's no place for a woman?|Marina to Sinbad.}}
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{{Quote|Still think a ship's no place for a woman?|[[Marina (Sinbad)|Marina]] to Sinbad.}}
 
<nowiki> </nowiki>The positive alternative to villains who are [[w:c:villains:Category:Misogynists|misogynists]] and [[w:c:villains:Category:Misandrists|misandrists]], these are heroes who are known for their awareness and passion for standing up for gender rights, especially those of women, though they do acknowledge those of men. They are well known for standing up against sexist stereotypes and chauvinism.
 
<nowiki> </nowiki>The positive alternative to villains who are [[w:c:villains:Category:Misogynists|misogynists]] and [[w:c:villains:Category:Misandrists|misandrists]], these are heroes who are known for their awareness and passion for standing up for gender rights, especially those of women, though they do acknowledge those of men. They are well known for standing up against sexist stereotypes and chauvinism.
   
 
They may also not fight directly for women's rights, but they agree with the movement.
 
They may also not fight directly for women's rights, but they agree with the movement.
   
Feminists are one of the most important of heroines, as they are an allegory for how the places women are put into have been changing over time.
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Feminists are one of the most important of heroines, as they are an allegory for how the places women are put into have been changing over time. It should also be noted that feminists can also be male.
   
 
The male counterpart of [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Feminism Feminism] is [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Masculism Masculism].
 
The male counterpart of [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Feminism Feminism] is [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Masculism Masculism].
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[[pl:Kategoria:Feminiści]]
 
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[[Category:Heroes by Personality]]
 
[[Category:Heroes by Personality]]
[[Category:Advocates]]
 
[[Category:Heroes with Evil Counterparts]]
 
 
[[Category:Egalitarian]]
 
[[Category:Egalitarian]]

Latest revision as of 18:21, April 23, 2020

Settle down, are you kidding? I'm at the top of my game. I wanna play with the big dogs! Girls, come on! Leave the saving of the world to the men? I don't think so!
~ Elastigirl talking in her interview.
Still think a ship's no place for a woman?
~ Marina to Sinbad.

The positive alternative to villains who are misogynists and misandrists, these are heroes who are known for their awareness and passion for standing up for gender rights, especially those of women, though they do acknowledge those of men. They are well known for standing up against sexist stereotypes and chauvinism.

They may also not fight directly for women's rights, but they agree with the movement.

Feminists are one of the most important of heroines, as they are an allegory for how the places women are put into have been changing over time. It should also be noted that feminists can also be male.

The male counterpart of Feminism is Masculism.

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