Castalia House Post: The Action Girl Mandate

On the Castalia House blog, I talk about an unspoken assumption in nearly all modern genre fiction — the warrior woman. Even conservative types are into it, and they would argue with you vigorously on why it is so necessary and proper.

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3 Responses to Castalia House Post: The Action Girl Mandate

  1. Mary Catelli says:

    In my “Free Passage,” I’ve got action girls. Amazons to be precise.

    Also action guys.

    Also a non-action girl. She’s the heroine.

    • Rawle Nyanzi says:

      Sounds interesting. As I said in the article, I’m aware of how many people just use it by default because it is so ingrained.

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