Yes, I’m back.
I came across a character I’d never heard of the other day that I immediately wanted on my fantasy feminist team.
I would’ve called the post dedicated to her “The 12th (Wo)man: Rounding out the Fantasy Feminist Line-up.”
Then I discovered a whole host of female characters that I love.
My reasons for choosing these characters are less clear-cut and, in some cases, heavily influenced by aesthetics, hence the second-string designation. Still, I found so many great fictional women (some of them BY ACCIDENT) that I didn’t want to leave anyone out.
My fantasy team continues to grow.
No, Hermione Granger is not on this list. Continue reading “Second-string Fantasy Feminists”