"I have problems writing girl characters, I think: worrying too much about stereotypes, and worrying too much about transparently sidestepping stereotypes."
— Evan Dahm, Order of Tales.
Yes, when a male writes a female, he assumes that she spends every moment thinking about the size of her breasts and what they are doing. "Janet walked her boobs across the city square. 'I can see them staring at my boobs,' she thought, boobily."
"By default, for the most part, we are creating television for white guys. [...] Play out that reality—who better than to write those shows?''
— Kurt Sutter, ''Sons of Anarchy"