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These traits (both good and bad) are common enough in male characters but just don’t show up enough with the ladies!
- Big eater (why do all the women in fiction either have really tiny appetites or the type of personality where strong emotions take away their hunger?)
- Bad at singing
- Gruff personality
- Gentle giant
- Crude humor
- Coward (women either don’t show up to battle or do their best to fight. There is no in-between.)
- The funny one
Images from the latest series by International Photographer: James C. Lewis entitled ICONS OF THE BIBLE…full series to be released in October Exhibit in Atlanta, GA. The series is giving the world a more factual look at the scriptures and it’s most iconic characters. Stay tuned!!! #N3K #International #Baby!!!
I can’t stop laughing at this.
I will never not reblog this.
Be careful when writing your character’s actions, everyone.
It aggravates me so much when I read about Asian characters. They are all described as having “black hair” and “narrow/angled eyes” and “yellow skin.” Worse still, Asians are not described at all. The author assumes that the reader will know what an “Asian” will look like, because they all obviously look the same. WRONG.
Asians have course hair …
fine hair ….
… and hair that naturally turns red in sunlight
We have eyes that are brown ….
….and sometimes we have surgery to make them look more Western….
Our skin is white….
We can be tall…
….just as we can be short….
ASIANS HAVE AS MUCH DIVERSITY AS ANY OTHER RACE. LET’S START WRITING THEM THAT WAY.
How do you cast divine spells if you don’t believe in the Gods?
I’m Goddess enough.