I cannot tell if that last post was was couched in enough irony to keep Duracell from sucking now.
Just so there’s no misunderstanding, I like strong women, and I support non-radical feminism. When I write female characters, I always try to avoid stereotypical mannerisms and strive to make them intelligent and strong. I wouldn’t want to be in a romantic relationship with any woman who was an airhead or a pushover.
What I don’t like are female characters – or really, characters in general – who have little to no flaws and are nearly perfect at what they do without any rationale behind their perfection. I also don’t like it when characters I’ve loved for close to two decades are eviscerated to prop such characters up.