Girls On Film


Art and Story by Heather Wilson

Art and Story by Heather Wilson

Art and Story by Heather Wilson

Art and Story by Heather Wilson

Art and Story by Heather Wilson

Art and Story by Heather Wilson

Art and Story by Heather Wilson

Art and Story by Heather Wilson

Art and Story by Heather Wilson

Art and Story by Heather Wilson

Art and Story by Heather Wilson


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  • Stray

    One thing I don’t enjoy in movies is when girls or women in movies are portrayed as extremely vapid, irrational, or overly emotional. Another thing that ticks me off is probably when a girl who is a one dimensional characters gets multiple love interests, if the movie or show took the time to explain or detail why or how the character is attracted to the female lead instead just putting it there it’d be rather nice. Most irritating is when they have a female who starts out with glasses gets a makeover (really it’s just glasses off) and she’s magically pretty now. Why can’t she get a makeover and keep her glasses on?

  • POLITIQUE

    Honestly stereotypes don’t bother me. I don’t see why female stereotypes should bother anyone more than male stereotypes or racial stereotypes. Maybe it would be a good idea to make comics about those stereotypes too.

    Stereotypes often exist for a good reason. I know it’s unfair to put people in categories like that, but that’s just what we do. I know quite a few people who fit their stereotypes perfectly, and others who can’t be classified like that. But stereotypes can be a fun part of movies. They can either remind me of myself or of my friends, which can be a good laugh sometimes.

    Have fun! Loosen up a bit! There’s no need to take so much offense from these stereotypes. Hey, at least these aren’t putting girls in a negative light!

  • Hannah

    I hate that in movies and TV shows that most of the time the bully is the popular girl who’s a girly-girl. Why can’t the tomboy be the bully? It doesn’t matter who you are you can be a bully no matter what. That’s one of the reasons I like the movie Legally Blonde the bully is the smart girl and the bullied victim is the girly-girl. In the movie it shows it doesn’t matter who you are you can be a bully no matter what.

  • Hannah

    I hate that in movies and TV shows that most of the time the bully is the popular girl who’s a girly-girl. Why can’t the tomboy be the bully? It doesn’t matter who you are you can be a bully no matter what. That’s one of the reasons I like the movie Legally Blonde the bully is the smart girl and the bullied victim is the girly-girl. In the movie it shows it doesn’t matter who you are you can be a bully no matter what.