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Jeffrey Katzenburg. Charlie's Angels is an iconic s show and even received reboot movies decades later. This was proposed with the sequel to Aliens , with Hicks being the hero because it was assumed he'd attract both male and female viewers also because executives weren't sure Sigourney Weaver would be available for another movie. Anime's success in the West -- especially North America -- produced a generation of viewers who have learned to enjoy animation well into adulthood, which helped in breaking the Age Ghetto down. Ariel's first big song is often jokingly referred to as "Somewhere That's Dry. In other words, Disney animation had entered a dark age.

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Fans of the series loathe it for being all-but In Name Only while the target demographic likely doesn't know what Jem is. Similarly to the Marvel entry above, fans have not been pleased with the lack of female Star Wars merch. While Phasma is a pretty minor character, Rey ultimately ends up The Hero of the film , making her exclusion mind boggling.

Even J. Abrams , the film's director, isn't pleased with the lack of Rey merchandise. Hasbro released a statement that they wanted to avoid spoiling the film, which detractors found ridiculous, wondering how in the world her inclusion could spoil anything. Eventually Hasbro announced that a version of the game with a Rey token would be produced sometime in In a subversion, some geek blogs pointed out that unlike, say, the Marvel movies; there was a decent amount of Rey merchandise out there — it was hard to find not because of low supply but because of high demand.

Forces of Destiny had been launched; a toyline specifically aimed at girls and featuring heroines across the franchise in the same vein as DC Superhero Girls. While this did help get more merchandise out there, the fact that it was specifically and blatantly girl-focused made it fall into the non-merchandising version of this trope; as some people viewed it through the lens of "media aimed at girls sucks".

Ghostbusters was Overshadowed by Controversy that mainly though not exclusively revolved around the fact that the main cast was a mostly-female Gender Flip of the mostly-male movie , with both misogynist and feminist factions viciously fighting it out.

Credit should be given to Sony for producing and marketing the film as simply a Ghostbusters reboot without making a big deal of gender, but it was still considered So Okay, It's Average and wound up flopping at the box office. Pollyanna made less money than Walt Disney hoped, a misfortune he attributed to the story's feminine-sounding title scaring away men.

The next movie Walt made starring Hayley Mills , an adaptation of the book Lottie and Lisa , received a name that sounded more gender-neutral than that or Pollyanna , The Parent Trap , and earned a much larger gross. One of the more interesting trends that came out during the reviews and critical reception of A Wrinkle in Time was that female critics and moviegoers were kinder to the film.

Granted, the film skews heavily towards a "girl power" message as well as sending positive messages to girls of color. Brie Larson pointed this out when she complained about the lack of female and racially diverse movie critics and mentioned the film by name in that it didn't get a fair shake from the mostly white, male movie critics due to the fact that the movie wasn't intended for them.

Historical Fiction author Nancy Rue said at a workshop that the reason all of her protagonists are male is that girls will read "boy books" but boys won't read "girl books". The same thing was mentioned by John Christopher regarding The Tripods. And so did Diana Wynne Jones but she also said things changed during her career, and started writing books with female protagonists.

Rowling was told to use initials by her publisher, who worried about this trope. In reality, Joane Rowling doesn't have a middle initial or name the K is for "Kathleen", after her grandmother , and now her gender is common knowledge. The same goes for S. In one interview, she said that she went by her initials because she thought no one would even want to publish The Outsiders if they knew it had been written by a woman.

And Animorphs author K. Live-Action TV. A lot of women watch Spike TV.

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However, their view has softened as they're now actually courting women to watch Spike TV as the channel is shifting from the frat boy demographic. So much so, that Spike was rebranded as the Paramount Network in and will focus on shows targeted to both men and women. A lot of Disney Channel 's programming is aimed at girls, so Disney created a sister network or should we say, brother network , Disney XD , because they couldn't get boys to watch the main Disney Channel 's programming.

Ironically, in it was discovered that more girls were watching Disney XD than boys. They were gone within a year due to pressure from outside groups that segregating networks based on sex was a bad idea, and cable providers didn't want to alienate anybody plus, most of the content was recycled from both Fox Kids and Fox Family, and many people didn't have digital cable at the time anyway, further limiting the networks' reach.

Towards the fifth season of Charmed , the producers, in the hopes of drawing in more male viewers, started dressing the female leads in more revealing clothes and coming up with various episodes where the sisters would be transformed into magical creatures that would require a skimpy outfit.

Alyssa Milano got the worst of it, becoming a mermaid, a genie, an Egyptian belly dancer, and dressing up as Lady Godiva. Rose McGowan was also turned into a wood nymph, and collectively the sisters became Greek goddesses and Valkyries. Hell, one episode had a witch stealing Phoebe's body and changing into a different skimpy outfit twice just because she wanted to show off.

Before the eighth and final season, the actresses went to the producers and protested against the outfits. The sisters' clothing in that season is noticeably more modest, and it's new character Billie who becomes Ms. A combination inversion and example happened with Power Rangers. Originally, the creators tried to get girls to be interested in the show, by adapting some male characters from the Japanese original as females and selling fashion dolls of the female Rangers.

Eventually though, it became clear that the show had far more appeal for boys, and the straight example came into play for the toys - since boys were thought to not be interested in playing with toys of the female heroes, said females only get a few basic figures in the toy line while the males get all kinds of special vehicles and power-ups. Female villains have it even worse toy-wise.

Not only were Rita and Scorpina absent from the toylines, starting from In Space , villain representation has been on the downturn in general, but started to go up again starting with Samurai. The truest cases of this were the last two Neo-Saban seasons, where Poisandra and even Big Bad Madame Odius ended up sold only in two-packs with a ranger, while a handful of Monster of the Week characters got single-carded figures.

This has an interesting effect with shows in syndication. A lot of shows that were very gender-neutral during their original run can be put into reruns on networks that are considered exclusive to women Network Decay aside, networks like Lifetime, Oxygen, and We have a long reputation of being solely for women. Stargate Atlantis is a weird example in that it was mostly marketed to young men, but it still attracted a significant Periphery Demographic of women.

In-universe example: Taina was a sitcom about a girl who wished to become a professional singer. Despite getting Nickelodeon its highest ratings in three years, it was cancelled because network execs believed it only appealed to girls. Andy Parsons: I bought "Just for Men", my wife used it, and now I am gay.

Taylor Swift has been fighting a massive uphill battle to break out of this mold. In many respects, she's succeeded: Nonetheless, she still has a pretty sizable Hatedom , largely spurred on by the fact that she writes songs specifically aimed at young women. The band later released a version with only Lee's vocals, which is apparently closer to her own intent.

Pro Wrestling. The NWA 's world women's champions were among of the biggest stars of the territorial circuit, on paper, often getting spots in the main event, but in practice few territories actually had a regular female presence outside of valets and managers, with the wrestlers most commonly being a rare attraction, and after Mildred Burke's banishment from the NWA none of the subsequent champions were ever promoted quite as prominently as their male counterparts.

This was unofficially enforced in all of Mexico when the largest athletic commission in the capital banned luchadoras in While promoters outside of Mexico City were still allowed to book them, they increasingly didn't over the decades till the point "only one women's match a card" was practically law even after the ban was lifted in The exception to the rule was El Toreo de Naucalpan based Lucha Libre Internacional, which had the UWA sanctioned world women's and world women's tag belts, but they may have been the exception that proved the rule since these belts were increasingly defended outside of Mexico as time went on, the tag belts almost exclusively in Japan.

At any rate non UWA luchadoras were outside of mainstream lucha libre until the year when EMLL took interest in Japanese women such as Bull Nakano to compete with local talent and give more legitimacy to it's then new international image. Despite a semi main event women's title match being an important part of getting the annual event started, WrestleMania isn't such a good place to look for women's wrestling.

After Wendi Richter 's banishment a single match ending in under two minutes was all the second event had to offer with the next eight events having no women wrestling at all, followed by another eight events that alternated between nothing and short underwhelming matches.

Finally 18 and 19 had fairly good, well built up and promoted women's title matches back to back but there was only a third at WrestleMania XX , the one right before WWE started gutting its women's division in favor of diva searches, because Molly Holly volunteered to have her head shaved. Tellingly her shaving got more focus than the match itself as WWE was more interested in "The Playboy Evening Gown" match between four former playmates.

Made more noticeable in that a second belt, The Divas Championship, stated on camera to have been introduced so one half of the women's roster would no longer be sitting on the sidelines, took six years to find its way on a WrestleMania card. The sports facility, the Taylor Arena, has a capacity of The PPV only drew Part of what lead to All Japan Women's Pro-Wrestling 's downfall was that in spite of being among the most successful promotions in the history of the industry the promoters believed they were still too much of a girl show.

People of multiple demographics enjoyed watching on television but most of the fans attending live were little girls. Perhaps because the more coed crowds of FMW were starting to draw similar numbers in the s, AJW began pandering to male ticket buyers, which may or may not have lead to bigger gates but for the most part didn't lead to bigger crowds.

Money was still being made but the lack of little girls in the crowd translated into a lack of women becoming wrestlers for AJW. It took time, but after fourteen years the lack of new talent their absence lead to hit AJW pretty hard. Out of context, reascending "the retire at 25" rule could be interpreted as progressive but it was really a drought relief measure that proved too little too late.

Not only did AJW's bookers and promoters now have the new problem of tenured wrestlers , one pretty much every other fed of comparable size had decades more experience dealing with, other feds like GAEA largely built from outgoing AJW wrestlers also found their talent pools becoming shallower.

While there were far more things than talent issues that lead to the Japanese women's wrestling scene nearly imploding during , it's common, jokingly or otherwise, to say trying to get men into the arenas is where it all went wrong. Since the s, Japan has consistently managed to have a men's feds operating on a national level, often two or four. Madusa was so ready to get women's wrestling back on TV she agreed to drop the WWF's hunk of plastic and metal into a garbage can, even though she really didn't want to disgrace their title belt.

It turned out to be just a publicity stunt , as WCW rarely gave her matches, much less wins , the highlight of her stay perhaps being a feud with an offensive Jim Ross knockoff for the cruiserweight title belt. And their women's cruiserweight belt lasted even less time. WCW had two women's belts but somehow managed to not use the large majority of the women it boasted to have, a link in a chain of events that nearly ended with the deaths of every major women's division left on North America.

In general, Smart Marks would often label any women's match as a 'piss break'. But since about , many Divas who began as models faced an uphill battle despite training to wrestle, and they would often be dismissed or labelled as using WWE as a stepping stone for other avenues. Only a handful managed to completely break out of the ghetto Mickie James , Beth Phoenix , Natalya Neidhart , Melina-basically the wrestlers established outside of WWE lucky enough to win a title belt and reviews of Diva matches would tend to be rated very low, outside of websites like Diva Dirt.

This attitude seems to be dying off as of the popularity of NXT and many former Divas revealing just how hard things were for them behind the scenes - but you still find plenty of smarks who claim that women shouldn't be allowed to wrestle, citing the Diva matches as proof.

Gail Kim revealed in a interview that the girls were apparently told off for getting " too good " and were forbidden from punching one week and kicking the next. Johnny Ace apparently demanded more girliness in Diva matches. Similarly to Gail, Michelle McCool revealed that a spot where Melina was given a DDT onto the security wall got them yelled at backstage for being too "high risk" and "better than the guys", and the two of them had to retape one of their matches because Vince thought their punches were "too good.

One of WWC's top baby faces hitting La Tigresa with the trademark weapon of WWC's other top baby face only slowed her down for a few seconds before she choke slammed him, initiating a group beating that another woman had to save him from. IWA's first women's champion Amazona meanwhile had already knocked off the violently insane Moxley Mox for their hardcore title.

Neither enterprise had any problem portraying it's women as threats to nothing less than their top stars and yet, even that unbiased other wiki basically said they had one division, as the two rivals seemed to arbitrarily shuffle most of the female wrestlers between themselves behind the scenes wrestlers jumped ship based on changing paychecks and it was rare for both companies to be paying women well at the same time.

Her fellow contestants up for elimination were Eric, a guy who hadn't shown up in shape and Michelle, a girl who had claimed to have eleven years of experience but not demonstrated any flair at all. Apparently liking a Divas match is a much worse crime. Even other contestants later noted the Unfortunate Implications behind this, especially with consideration that Michelle had admitted to auditioning for four other reality shows around this time too and ended up quitting the contest two weeks later.

After two seasons of WWE's NXT - a show where a series of rookies would compete for a potential contract - the third season was all females. Ratings declined immediately and the show went to WWE. Likewise WWE gave the whole brand a Girliness Upgrade for the season, featuring challenges such as dance-offs, simulated bull riding, Halloween costume contests and other girly things.

Critics panned the male seasons too, mind you, but those seasons also had larger talent pools which included critically approved Bryan Danielson and Low Ki. Season 3 didn't just offer less wrestlers but wrestlers with less training and experience, suspiciously failing to provide another WCW era super veteran to ensure the audience could at least expect some diamond in the rough quality matches, as if they wanted the show to fail.

She gave an interview with Contralona PR expressing desire to use the belt to bring women's wrestling back into focus, but it and she were not featured when WWL made the transition to Mega TV. Her reign is a bit of a mixed bag, as WWL was bashed on media platforms it used for fan outreach for pushing a woman in Justin's spot, against men, at all or, ironically, accused of copying the Gran-Fabi-Mari Apache trio of AAA and especially the Angelico-Son of Havoc-Iveliess Velez trio on Lucha Underground Konnan coming in around the time Vega took charge might have contributed to that , but the ticket buyers in the arenas still loved Los Favoritos and counted Allison among WWL's best competitors.

My Little Pony was meant to be aimed at both boys and girls but quickly lost its neutrality. For well over 20 years it was strictly seen as only for girls between 5 and 12, and the decent sized mostly female collectors fanbase. G4 broke out of the ghetto, but it's unknown how future gens will fare. LEGO was originally envisioned as a gender neutral toy, based solely around the love of building and creativity - with a lot of its early marketing featuring girls and boys.

Around the s, it became increasingly targeted towards boys - emphasising adventure and combat possibilities, as well as releasing packs themed around boy-oriented franchises. They eventually released a female-oriented spin-off titled LEGO Friends - which was routinely criticised for being a Barbie knock-off.

This set featured female LEGO characters with curvier bodies engaging in traditionally feminine activities such as cooking, hairdressing and nursing - complete with pastel colours. Superhero fans did not react well to the reveal of the girl-aimed toyline DC Superhero Girls. Some criticism was understandable - such as complaints about the fact villains are given different roles or the designs resemble Disney Princess characters too much - however a sum was because it was "too feminine".

Video Games. This trope is the reason Panel de Pon was brought over to the West as Dolled-Up Installment Tetris Attack - Nintendo assumed male gamers wouldn't want to play a cutesy game with a primarily female cast of mainly fairies. They seem to have changed their minds on this recently, however, as characters from PDP have appeared in Super Smash Bros.

Brawl in sticker form even in the American and European releases. The arcade game received a limited international release that was largely a faithful localization, barring the rather odd change of Harpy to a Dark Elf and a smattering of American Kirby Is Hardcore.

When the time came to release the game for the Genesis and Super NES, though, both Sega and Nintendo just like with Panel de Pon felt that a female-led game brimming with Kawaisa wouldn't sell with that era's primarily male gaming audience, so the original game was given three Dolled Up Installments: A few later games from the mid's as well as the much more recent Puyo Puyo Tetris were given proper localizations, but the vast majority of the series remains No Export for You to this day.

Things came to a head with the infamous Cranky Food Friends , which replaced the characters with generic food down to the Puyo themselves. This trope might be the reason the North American box art for Survival Kids omitted the female protagonist, only showing the male one. When Faria was localized for American gamers, the box art was reworked so that nobody would recognize the hero as female.

Even the manual went out of its way to hide this fact, despite still telling in-depth the actual plot of the game. However, not only does this make a nice plot twist out of the reveal of the hero's gender , but a later twist proves she's really a man after all. Activision infamously told a studio pitching a game set in Hong Kong with an Asian female lead to " lose the chick, they don't sell.

Glasser once noted in an editorial for Kotaku that the only role presented for women in Modern Warfare 2 were NPCs who are all immediately gunned down. There were no speaking parts for women in the entire game, despite earlier Call of Duty games actually remembering once in a while that there are in fact women who serve in the military. She also pointed out a culture gap between Japanese games, which tend to frequently have female leads or supporting casts but also greatly objectify them as a trade-off, and Western games, which frequently just leave women out entirely.

This story made the rounds in late , in which a young boy was threatened with actual violence by his father for wanting to buy Mirror's Edge. Entirely because, well, it must be a girl's game, it has a woman on the cover! Naughty Dog was pressured to move Ellie to the background or completely off the cover of The Last of Us due to this trope, but the dev team held firm.

This is a proposed reason for why Um Jammer Lammy sold poorly when its prequel Parappa The Rapper sold well, despite UmJammer Lammy generally being considered the superior game: The Casio Loopy can be seen as a testament to this trope, as it was completely marketed towards female gamers and never went on to target actual male audiences. It also shows the trope in full-effect as people believe that the console flopped because it was targeted towards girls instead of being marketed towards boys you know, like any other console.

Humongous Entertainment almost made a series of games starring a character named Miss Hap, but Executive Meddling from Infogrames caused the project to get shelved due to their lack of faith in a female protagonist. Especially ridiculous when you remember the fact that the very same company had another series with a female protagonist that was doing just fine.

This trope is why the creators of Kameo: Elements Of Power went to great pains to hide the fact that you are essentially a fairy princess defending her kingdom from her sorceress sister, hiding her wings as much as humanly possible and her actual body when you start delving into gameplay and muting the colors of her clothes, among other things.

Now, of course, everyone knows that Samus Is a Girl , but back in the late '80s the manual for the original Metroid deliberately tricks the reader into thinking she is male, even going so far as to refer to her with "he" and "him"; the reveal of her actual sex was supposed to be a Twist Ending. Apparently, it was assumed no one would buy the game about the badass running around a distant planet in super-powered armor, gunning down aliens right and left, if they knew the protagonist was a woman.

However, it's been averted since then, as even with the knowledge of her gender the games generally don't treat her any differently and she's still popular as a power-armored, alien-gunning badass and spawned Japanese sci-fi games with a playable female character even if in the end the trend only lasted like a month or three.

Final Fantasy is not specifically aimed at women, but is one of the few mainstream game franchises from the 90s and 00s that was interested in acknowledging its female fans, and often caters to Female Gaze. This is enough for He-Man Woman Hater parts of gamer culture to consider it 'not real games'. Final Fantasy V has female playable characters princesses, to boot!

Final Fantasy VII was not aimed at girls, but attracted a large Periphery Demographic of them focused on its attractive male characters, well-written female characters and themes about self-image insecurity , and thus gained this kind of hatedom anyway. The heavy Female Gaze elements of its spinoffs, especially Advent Children , didn't help.

Final Fantasy VIII has a loud hatedom due in part to being a Final Fantasy -ised version of a high school romance movie, a genre associated with teenage girls, and having plenty of purposeful Feminist Fantasy elements. This trope is one of the reasons why Final Fantasy X-2 has such a vocal hatedom. In Final Fantasy XIII , Lightning is already a Base-Breaking Character , but a certain portion of her Hate Dom appears to dislike the concept of having a female Escapist Character in an FF at all, or joking that she's the logical conclusion of Final Fantasy 's attempts to attract women with protagonists who look like women.

Final Fantasy XV got hit with criticism from male gamers who considered the Boy Band aesthetic of the game to be pandering too much to women, and from female gamers who thought the all-male cast was a way of pandering to male gamers who viewed Final Fantasy as girly. Gun Nac got hit with this hard in its US localization. The opening and ending cutscenes of the Japanese version revealed that the Player Character was a woman a miko , to be precise.

The opening cutscene was abridged and rewritten to imply a generic male protagonist and all images of the female pilot were Dummied Out. The Virtual Paper Doll series Style Savvy is a popular Nintendo franchise and in fact was one of the best selling Nintendo DS titles but almost never gets brought up when discussing Nintendo games.

When the first game was released on Virtual Console , many gamers complained about it and called it "shovelware" or "bad" just because it was a game about fashion models that has you as the owner of a clothing shop. BioShock Infinite got a whole lot of flack for it's cover art, depicting Booker in a generic "angry white guy with a gun" pose, with Elizabeth being relegated to the back cover despite being just as important to the narrative.

The Complete Edition fixes this and features both of them on the front cover. Web Original. Her original function was to review the movies that were too girly for The Nostalgia Critic , but she eventually revolted. Although in a way, she still keeps with this trope—in a blog post she notes that she was hired to bring more female viewers to the site, but women were still watching the boys for the reasons you might expect and only started coming after she started doing other subjects.

It's worth noting she still does girly topics as well. She examines the Ghetto in her video " Sleepless in Seattle vs. When Harry Met Sally She explores this concept again in her video "Dear Stephenie Meyer", a retrospective on the Twilight series and its place in pop culture, and points out that the sheer level of vitriol leveled at the franchise, its creator and its fanbase had more than a few shades of condescending sexism laced into it, especially since similarly simplistic Wish Fulfillment stories aimed at the young male demographic get nowhere near the same amount of scrutiny.

Western Animation. Compared to the show, which was basically He-Man and the Masters of the Universe with female main characters, the original She-Ra: Princess of Power toyline was far more Barbie-esque. Catra was portrayed as the Big Bad in the toyline while in the show, she was a subordinate to Hordak, who had previously been sold as a Masters of the Universe toy, and was portrayed as the show's Big Bad.

This was all supposedly because Mattel didn't think girls would play with a Hordak toy, nor would boys play with a toy of a female She-Ra character. Even though The Powerpuff Girls earned fans both male and female, creator Craig McCracken noticed that by the time the show reached its third season, it had spawned a disconcerting amount of girls-only merchandise.

The Darker and Edgier product received mixed reviews and made less money than any other movie of its year. There are also some worries the reboot is falling into the ghetto. The Last Airbender got hit with the merchandising version, with no female action figures even though girls made up a good half of the cast.

What made this even more jarring was that male characters who only appeared in a few episodes, like Jet, got action figures, but Katara, an Action Girl and a member of the MAIN CAST appearing in all episodes except "Zuko Alone" never got one, nor did Toph, also a main character from the second season onward despite being more of a tomboy, nor the villainess Azula, even though her brother Zuko and his less badass rival Zhao did get figures.

The creators of the show were not pleased by this. This is probably the reason why the Sequel Series The Legend of Korra , with its female lead, completely lacks any sort of toyline. When she asks if Bart has any girl comics for her to read, Bart says he doesn't but his sister has a wide collection of crappy comics.

Disney Channel commissioned Phineas and Ferb , despite various worries about it, because they needed a show to attract young boys. Considering Disney's female-targeted fare currently doesn't seem to be doing nearly as well, it's just another example of this trope in action. In-universe, one episode of Family Guy features Lois dragging Peter to a Chick Flick , which he thinks might turn him gay.

It took decades for Transformers to get an action figure for Arcee, one of the most prevalent characters in the long-running franchise. Likewise, she was hardly in the Michael Bay movies at all. Ironically, her limited screen time didn't stop a whole bunch of toys being released during the course of both sequels, despite her being in only the second. She even got one for the first movie, which she wasn't in!

This seems to have put an end to the stigma of female character figures, at least for Transformers. The fact Arcee was part of the movie toy line is partly due to the fact she was supposed to be in the first movie. Michael Bay did not like the character though, and she wound up cut from the film and replaced with Ironhide.

DC Super Friends: Since it was made to advertise a toy line, it was assumed that no boy would play with or purchase a female action figure. In the wake of the cancellations of Young Justice and other shows, Paul Dini was on Kevin Smith 's podcast and revealed that Cartoon Network cancelled them since too many girls watched and girls don't buy action figures.

During the interview Smith brings up the Fridge Logic of "why don't they figure out something else to sell girls? Holly Hobbie and Friends is a pretty normal Slice of Life show aimed at girls but it's never really escaped the stigma of being exclusively for them. Rainbow Brite is cute and feminine. It comes to a surprise to many men who were adverse to it as kids how dark it can be.

Within a few episodes of The Lion Guard beginning fans have become worried of this trope. Despite The Lion King being unisex and being popular with female audiences, the series is presented as a Spear Counterpart to Sofia the First. Fuli the only female member of the Lion Guard has less screen time than the males, her first limelight episode was swapped for a Bunga episode, and even the previews rarely include Fuli.

It's unknown how merchandise will represent the female characters. Similarly to Young Justice , the short lived Kids' WB show Phantom Investigators was cancelled after its first season due to too many girls watching the show, according to a podcast with co-creator Stephen Holman. The show was aimed at a gender-neutral audience and had an equal amount of boys and girls as the main characters, with the leader Daemona being a girl.

Kids' WB was actually happy that there was a female leader as they wanted to gain more female viewers, as they were the highest rated block with young boys and wanted to get girls to watch as well. This worked as the show managed to become number one in its timeslot each time it was on. And then while the show gained more female viewers, it began to slip with boys.

This was enough for Kids' WB to get rid of it immediately after only six episodes aired, as they didn't want to lose their status of having the highest ratings with young boys. While the show is mostly aimed at pre-teen girls and the first season focuses on a lot of girl-related things, later episodes started to shy away from it, becoming more slice of life, character driven and some episodes tackling heavier issues such as relationships familial and budding , racism, ethical issues, homosexuality keep in mind this was the early 's, one of the earliest animated shows to feature a gay character , and changes one's body goes through in adolescence.

One of the reasons that the Super Best Friends Forever shorts weren't turned into a full series was because Cartoon Network already had a cartoon starring girls. The Chi's Sweet Home and Chi's New Address manga and anime feature a female kitten as its the main protagonist, but the series appeals to both male and female viewers as opposed to coming off across as a "girls' show".

Sailor Moon , even though the show is sometimes thought of as the female answer to Dragon Ball Z , does maintain a fairly large male fan following, including male fans who don't watch it for the short skirts. As a Swedish fan-site puts it: The fact that older guys like it and appreciate the shows' merits certainly helps.

Ghost in the Shell is one of the most influential anime on the Western market, and features a female main character kicking ass in a noir future. Gunslinger Girl is a shonen series where most of the main characters are young girls. Young girls with guns but still. It's fairly popular for its depiction of child soldiers and its characters.

Ask any 90s kid growing up in Japan, and you'll probably hear they grew up watching Chibi Maruko-chan among other shows. One of the widest-known shoujo manga adaptations, and both male and female viewers alike know and love it for its relatable story and cast while being thoroughly girly from tip to tail.

Sazae-san is a series about the daily life of a Japanese housewife. It's also consistently the highest rated animated TV program in Japan and the longest running animated TV show in the world. Just like their games, the Pretty Rhythm anime enjoyed a lot of success from both male and female fans.

The primarily-female cast and adorable aesthetic of its shows didn't stop its songs from being performed at anisong concerts, nor did it prevent people from enjoying the competitive spirit in the girls' interactions. The Jem and the Holograms reboot became a hit with men and women despite being incredibly female geared.

It has a female writer, female artists, lots of pink and 'feminine' colors, only a handful of major male characters, and an emphasis on romance, friendship, and family. Just like the 80s cartoon, it's based on it broke out of the ghetto. Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is quite popular with comic book fans and has a female lead. It's a horror take on Sabrina the Teenage Witch.

Supergirl had this problem for decades. This situation started changing gradually since her reintroduction in She has starred in several comic-book series, cartoons and tv shows -including her own series - and she has become a kind of household name since then. Specifically, the comic she debuted in, Alias , was a success that sold the idea of R-rated Marvel comics.

To this day, Alias still remains the most iconic work made by MAX and helped establish Brian Michael Bendis as one of the top comic writers in the business. Jessica Jones herself would be a fan-favorite as part of the mainstream Marvel Universe, and broke out of the ghetto again in the field of streaming see below.

Chicken Run appeals to male and female viewers equally despite its female protagonist, the hen, Ginger. Coraline received an exorbitant amount of critical praise. It also managed to make more money than some people probably expected-not only did it star a girl both as The Hero and the Big Bad , but it also seemed rather surreal, and came out during the Dump Months. The advertisers didn't even need to make any of the male characters overshadow Coraline to attract people.

A Musical Adventure has become a cult hit for Generation X-ers and Generation Y-ers of both sexes, despite roughly half the protagonist characters being female with the male lead mostly reduced to a condescending "sidekick" role and almost all of the antagonist characters being male. And of course, the basic story is more than a little indebted to Alice in Wonderland and The Wonderful Wizard of Oz - two other tales that have always been popular with both female and male audiences despite having a female lead.

Hayao Miyazaki 's frequent use of female protagonists hasn't stopped his movies from earning critical acclaim. To this day Spirited Away is the highest grossing film of all time in Japan, and the only Japanese animated film to win an Academy Award. My Little Pony: Equestria Girls received much backlash from fans of the show it spun off from —itself an example of successfully breaking out of the ghetto—primarily because a High School A.

Many of those fears were alleviated when the film was released, helped by its setup reminiscent of The Wizard of Oz , catchy songs , and characters remaining mostly intact. Its Surprisingly Improved Sequels really helped shatter expectations with improved Character Development and animation , resulting in a sizeable niche fandom that considers it a worthy addition to, if not an improvement of the series.

It seems that the Disney marketing team was nervous about Frozen , judging by the fact that the advertisements seemed to focus almost entirely on the two male Plucky Comic Relief sidekicks, and not the sisters the film was actually about. However the film was spectacularly successful at the box office, well-received by critics, and earned many awards including Best Animated Feature and Best Original Song at the Oscars.

After the middling reception of Brave , many were worried Pixar would no longer make films with female protagonists. These people were proven wrong when Inside Out was released, which became one of Pixar's most successful both critically and financially films of all time despite having no less than three female leads four if you count Riley, whose mind the film takes place inside.

Zootopia , like Lilo and Stitch above, features both a male and female protagonist, but the advertising made it clear that the girl bunny Judy Hopps was the central protagonist. It has also become the Disney Animated Canon's third highest grossing film, domestically just below Frozen and The Lion King , and second highest grossing, worldwide below Frozen.

Since it marks the first Disney "Princess" movie since The Princess and the Frog with a cast consisting mostly of performers of color, this also counts as an instance of breaking out of the Minority Show Ghetto. Bridesmaids ' aversion of this trope was a major factor in its success. A lot of the reviews praised it for being a female-centric comedy that wasn't a Strictly Formula rom-com , and apparently, a lot of moviegoers of both genders agreed.

Female writers at Slate. Its sequel, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire , was the top-grossing film of domestically, marking the first time in over forty years that a female-led film, and one without a male co-lead at that, topped the domestic box office. Similarly, while Snow White and the Huntsman didn't get the good reviews, it did rake in the box office for a female-led action film and it demonstrated a larger crossover potential in its audience.

Notably, however, much of the advertising campaign downplayed Snow White in favor of the Huntsman to try and attract an audience outside the Twilight crowd. Even so, the one-two punch of these two films have been reported to have Hollywood genuinely considering female-starring action films again. Mean Girls got good reviews and a sizable male fandom.

The Fanservice didn't hurt, including the acreage of leg shown in marketing. Nor did casting teenage Lindsay Lohan as the protagonist hurt. The MCU narrowly averts the ghetto. The ensemble films still play to The Smurfette Principle , but the women are strong enough characters to stand out on their own.

The Thor franchise in particular actually really depends on female audiences. The movie went on to mark one of the few times an MCU movie series' second installment received better reviews than the first , and also earned higher domestic and international box-office grosses.

Dawn of Justice to much hype due to it being the character's first live-action film debut, and Diana being an awesome part of the movie was one of the very few things critics and fans could agree on regarding the film. Her solo film, Wonder Woman , really averted this trope by becoming the first uncontested critical success of the DCEU, and is currently one of the highest rated superhero films of all time on Rotten Tomatoes.

Financially, the film managed to top even Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice domestically despite a smaller opening weekend thanks to very strong legs; as of this writing, it has made more money domestically than any other solo superhero film outside of Black Panther and The Dark Knight Trilogy. Star Wars: The Force Awakens finally broke away from the franchise's Smurfette Principle by including several major and supporting female characters and having the very-much female Rey be the Force-sensitive hero , but it hasn't stopped the film from being a box office or critical success.

Rogue One experienced similar success, despite having a female lead in Jyn Erso. The Smurfette Principle may still be in effect here besides Jyn, the only female characters of any importance are Jyn's mother and Mon Mothma , but that Jyn was still able to lead the ensemble cast is impressive nonetheless. Little House on the Prairie. It doesn't hurt that Laura is the most tomboyish of the three Ingalls daughters.

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz not only has a female lead, but also has many female strong characters and remains as one of the most popular and beloved fantasy books ever written, having a very successful film adaptation which is still well liked by modern viewers, disregard of their gender. The Hunger Games is a young adult series with a female lead that sold well and got very positive reviews.

Honor Harrington is a sci-fi military series centering on a female starship commander. Of course, Honor is very tomboyish, particularly in the early books, and learning to embrace her femininity is a major part of her character arc in the first three books. The major story arc of the books would arguably play out the same except for a few key points particularly the plotlines involving the male-dominated Protectorate of Grayson if Honor were a male character.

The works of Tamora Pierce The Tortall Universe and Circleverse are both popular young adult fantasy novels with predominantly female main characters only one of the ten main characters is a boy , and a heavy emphasis on gender issues. While her female characters have never been much of an issue, J. Rowling was infamously told by her publisher that she had to use her initials because no one would buy books by a female author.

Oh, how wrong they were. The Bookie Monster has reviewed hundreds of independent horror novels, many by women, which lack typical romantic content. Due to the website's expansive following, she's been credited with helping break women horror authors out of the "paranormal romance ghetto" so to speak. Nancy Drew is a quintessential children's mystery series and it has a female protagonist.

The video games also do fairly well but aren't discussed often in the gaming community at large, though that's due to their Adventure Game genre rather than Nancy herself. A Wrinkle in Time by Ursula K. LeGuin was in the ghetto forever and ever, because despite being Sci-Fi it has a romance albeit, of the Puppy Love variety as a main plot point and a female lead.

But, The Movie , has helped it break out of the ghetto thanks to it's focus on the science of space-travel and the Father-daughter relationship. Perhaps partially helped by the fact that laypeople have actually heard the word "tesseract" thanks to Marvel, whereas when LeGuin first wrote her book it was a pretty esoteric idea even by the standards of hardcore sci-fi fans since the theory was very new.

Our Miss Brooks was a hit show, in spite of its star character being a spinster English teacher whose Series Goal was marriage to biology teacher Mr. Boynton Miss Brooks finally marries Mr. Boynton in The Movie Grand Finale. The show's humor was based on Constance Brooks' sardonic wit, as the only sane woman dealing with a cast of characters including Oblivious to Love Mr.

Boynton, her Cloud Cuckoolander landlady Mrs. Davis, blustery principal Mr. Conklin, and comically dumb students Walter Denton and Stretch Snodgrass. Clarissa Explains It All was groundbreaking not only in its content, but because it finally disproved the common at the time thinking for children's television - that boys would NOT watch a show starring a girl.

Nickelodeon proved everyone wrong by making Clarissa - a smart, funny, free-thinking girl - the lead character and one of the most recognizable characters in that time period. Much of Nickelodeon's future programming, from The Secret World of Alex Mack to iCarly , also pushed tons of girls' merchandise in the pink aisles of toy stores - all without sacrificing boy viewers.

Melissa Joan Hart 's follow-up series, Sabrina the Teenage Witch was even more successful in that regard, having smart and funny female leads, running for 7 years and having almost equal popularity in both male and female demographics. Buffy the Vampire Slayer is a successful, well-regarded TV show that had a female lead and, for a time, a majority female cast.

Its fanbase includes a good mix of males and females. You can take the viewpoint that the show is slightly shifted towards girls because Ally is just slightly more of the lead character due to Ally's music store being where the majority of the plot takes place and that it was Ally the audience was introduced to first.

Not to mention, the show is more a vehicle for Ross Lynch than Laura Marano, thus why the Double Billing is not used in the opening credits. It's also notable for being Disney Channel's only live-action show with a male lead to launch since Disney XD broke off in PBS Kids Sprout hasn't suffered for having female hosts for its "Super Sproutlet Show" and "Good Night Show" programming blocks, and the channel's mascot is Chica the puppet chicken, who interacts with both male and female emcees in the channel's signature "Sunny Side Up Show" live block.

Her own series, The Chica Show , launched in ; her dress-up adventures therein have her in roles varying from princess to ringmaster to pirate to Wild West sheriff. The secondary lead, Kelly, is also female. That's So Raven always managed to attract a decent male audience, although a lot of its supporting cast was male.

Orange Is the New Black is a shining aversion. It's set in a women's prison, and has an almost entirely female cast, but, rivaled only by Stranger Things , it is the most popular original show in Netflix 's history; alongside House of Cards US , it essentially built the streaming service's reputation for exemplary original programming.

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Prison Hard Katzenburg understood how to construct a story. X-Men United didn't have any of the women in it. They both started production almost simultaneously. He only believed they were alive. Ant-Man and the Wasp , which promotes one of the main supporting characters from Ant-Man to co-lead; and Captain Marvel , the MCU's first flat-out female-led title. Give it a try! Filter by:

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