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->''"We chatted the night away about how great it is that female characters can be sexy '''and''' tough, sexy '''and''' smart, sexy '''and''' professional ... It was a great night for women and for the men who write for them."''
-->-- '''Tracy Gill''', [[https://entertainment.theonion.com/evangeline-lilly-wins-best-wet-t-shirt-fight-scene-at-s-1819594670 "Strong Women in Television Awards"]], ''[[Website/TheOnion Today NOW!, Onion News Network]]''


-->-- Creator/RogerEbert [[https://www.rogerebert.com/rogers-journal/in-the-movies-roberts-formula-money-can-buy-love on]] the [[StrictlyFormula repetitive plots]] of Creator/JuliaRoberts movies

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-->-- Creator/RogerEbert '''Creator/RogerEbert''' [[https://www.rogerebert.com/rogers-journal/in-the-movies-roberts-formula-money-can-buy-love on]] the [[StrictlyFormula repetitive plots]] of Creator/JuliaRoberts movies


->"I have problems writing girl characters, I think: worrying too much about stereotypes, and worrying too much about transparently sidestepping stereotypes."

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->"I ->''"I have problems writing girl characters, I think: worrying too much about stereotypes, and worrying too much about transparently sidestepping stereotypes.""''


->Well, no, actually it isn't all that amazing--if you'll allow me to use a little pop psychology. Ask yourself these questions: (1) who writes most movies, (2) who directs most movies, (3) who produces and finances most movies, and (4) who acts as agents for the top stars? The answer in all four cases is usually the same: Middle-aged rich men."''

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->Well, Well, no, actually it isn't all that amazing--if you'll allow me to use a little pop psychology. Ask yourself these questions: (1) who writes most movies, (2) who directs most movies, (3) who produces and finances most movies, and (4) who acts as agents for the top stars? The answer in all four cases is usually the same: Middle-aged rich men."''


->''"The key element in all of these scenarios is the rich man, usually older, who thinks he can win Julia Roberts by using his money and impressing her wioth his power and knowledge. Isn't it a little amazing that Hollywood's top female star has found herself in this situation four different times?

Well, no, actually it isn't all that amazing--if you'll allow me to use a little pop psychology. Ask yourself these questions: (1) who writes most movies, (2) who directs most movies, (3) who produces and finances most movies, and (4) who acts as agents for the top stars? The answer in all four cases is usually the same: Middle-aged rich men."''

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->''"The key element in all of these scenarios is the rich man, usually older, who thinks he can win Julia Roberts by using his money and impressing her wioth his power and knowledge. Isn't it a little amazing that Hollywood's top female star has found herself in this situation four different times?

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->Well,
no, actually it isn't all that amazing--if you'll allow me to use a little pop psychology. Ask yourself these questions: (1) who writes most movies, (2) who directs most movies, (3) who produces and finances most movies, and (4) who acts as agents for the top stars? The answer in all four cases is usually the same: Middle-aged rich men."''

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->''"The key element in all of these scenarios is the rich man, usually older, who thinks he can win Julia Roberts by using his money and impressing her wioth his power and knowledge. Isn't it a little amazing that Hollywood's top female star has found herself in this situation four different times?

Well, no, actually it isn't all that amazing--if you'll allow me to use a little pop psychology. Ask yourself these questions: (1) who writes most movies, (2) who directs most movies, (3) who produces and finances most movies, and (4) who acts as agents for the top stars? The answer in all four cases is usually the same: Middle-aged rich men."''
-->-- Creator/RogerEbert [[https://www.rogerebert.com/rogers-journal/in-the-movies-roberts-formula-money-can-buy-love on]] the [[StrictlyFormula repetitive plots]] of Creator/JuliaRoberts movies


->'''Darryl''': I can't believe how calm you are. On TV shows, pregnant women they're always crying and screaming and punching their husbands in the face.

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->'''Darryl''': I can't believe how calm you are. On TV shows, pregnant women they're are always crying and screaming and punching their husbands in the face.


-->-- ''Series/CrazyExGirlfriend'', 'Nathaniel is Irrelevant'

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-->-- ''Series/CrazyExGirlfriend'', 'Nathaniel is Irrelevant' ''Series/CrazyExGirlfriend''


-->-- ''Series/CrazyExGirlfriend''

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-->-- ''Series/CrazyExGirlfriend''''Series/CrazyExGirlfriend'', 'Nathaniel is Irrelevant'

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->'''Darryl''': I can't believe how calm you are. On TV shows, pregnant women they're always crying and screaming and punching their husbands in the face.
->'''Heather''': Well, those shows were written by men. I got an epidural remember? I don't feel a thing.
-->-- ''Series/CrazyExGirlfriend''


->''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."''
-->-- '''''{{Website/Cracked}}'''''

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->'''Receptionist''': How do you write women so well?
->'''Melvin''': I think of a man, and I take away reason and accountability.
-->-- ''Film/AsGoodAsItGets''


->"By default, for the most part, we are creating television for white guys. [...] Play out that reality—who better than to write those shows?''

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->"By ->''"By default, for the most part, we are creating television for white guys. [...] Play out that reality—who better than to write those shows?''shows?"''


-->-- '''Kurt Sutter''', ''[[http://www.avclub.com/articles/white-guys-and-the-fear-of-farting-women-contribut,61533/ Sons of Anarchy]]"

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-->-- '''Kurt Sutter''', ''[[http://www.'''[[http://www.avclub.com/articles/white-guys-and-the-fear-of-farting-women-contribut,61533/ Sons of Anarchy]]"
Kurt Sutter]]''', ''Series/SonsOfAnarchy''


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