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    I'm Terribly Sorry To Present These Times Male Authors Badly Wrote Female Characters

    "There is little good-looking about a pregnant woman."

    1. "How can I describe this woman as friendly? Ah, I'VE GOT IT."

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    2. "This is 100% how breasts work. Trust me, I know what I'm talking about."

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    3. "I've got a great line. Women should really talk more about their breasts' feelings!!!!"

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    4. "This is definitely how a father would describe his daughter."

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    5. "Just want to make it VERY clear how sexy her breasts are!!!"

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    6. "Since women peak at age 19, I want to make sure readers know she's not a decrepit 36-year-old!!!!!!"

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    7. "I can write women really well because I've had exactly one conversation with a woman."

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    8. "I've done this to zero women, but I know it makes sense."

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    9. "What do you mean, 'This sounds creepy'?"

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    10. "What should I compare these breasts to? I'VE GOT IT. PUPPIES."

    11. "I'm such an artist with words."

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    12. "Of course I know why some women are confrontational!!!"

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    13. "Breasts totally get scared."

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    14. "I really can't fathom why nobody has ever thought to write about breasts this way. God, I'm creative."

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    15. "How do I write about her abs in a sexy way? I KNOW."

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    16. "Mm, yes. Flesh skeleton."

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    17. "Man, sheep are totally underrated."

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    18. "I know what women want to hear because I am an expert."

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    19. "This is Pulitzer material."

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    H/T: @men_write_women and r/menwritingwomen.

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