3."When Jennifer Lawrence dyes her hair platinum blonde with boxed hair dye in Red Sparrow. As any fake blonde will tell you, it’s a really time consuming and tricky process. Not something you do in 10 minutes in a bathroom."
4."Any birth scene where the mother is just a little sweaty but totally glowing and happy and wide awake after a 20-hour labor, and looks like she was never pregnant at all as soon as they leave the hospital."
5."The first few Avengers movies with Scarlett Johansson as Black Widow. It seems like she was just there to be eye candy and not really have much of a character."
6."The 'frigid, stuck up corporate woman taken down a peg by rough and tumble guy with big heart and then falls in love with him' trope in Jurassic World. Please, stop it."
7."Harley Quinn’s dumb outfit in Suicide Squad. Who would dress like that for anything physical? Those short shorts would ride up your butt and you’d break your ankle in the stilettos."
8."All the girls in Spring Breakers. There’s something unsettling about a middle aged guy writing through the eyes of college girls."
9."Books where the female characters never interact with each other, or it’s always negative/catty/competitive."
10."Megan Fox in theTransformers movies. Michael Bay basically told her to act hot, but then tried to say it was feminist because she…knew about cars?"
11."Any movie with a birth scene in which the vagina is treated like an orifice capable of stretching powers even Elasti-Girl from The Incredibles would envy."
12."This line from a John Updike book about a lady taking so long to pee, because the pee gets lost in her confusing lady maze inside."
13.And finally, "The episode of Game of Thrones where Gilly decides to take Sam's virginity five seconds after he saves her from being raped."
Now it's your turn! Do you have an example of a female character that was very obviously written without any women in the room? If so, tell us about them in the comments below!