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The minority feisty: o tropo (clichê) da(s) mulher(es) forte(s) como token ou amuleto

"In this century, Katha Pollitt’s Smurfette Principle has evolved into the Minority Feisty. There are a few more females than there used to be, but imagine if the gender ratio presented in kids’s movies was reflected in the real world. Is that a world that you want your kids to live in? Parents, be on the look out for the Minority Feisty. Teach your kids how to identify her. Don’t let the sexism fool you or them. Don’t let a new generation of kids experience sexism as normal and grow up to expect and accept a world where girls go missing. And don’t forget to ask your kids this: Why does the imaginary world have to be sexist at all? If rats can cook, unicorns prance around, and lions befriend warthogs, can’t we picture gender equality?" (http://reelgirl.com/2016/01/new-study-shows-disney-movies-teach-sexism-even-when-females-star-males-get-more-lines/)

"On tvtropes.org, a link to my blog described the Minority Feisty as 'essentially a more modern take on the Smurfette Principle.' In response, someone protested: 'the term Minority usually points to racial minority as opposed to gender.' // Exactly. Females are not a minority, yet they are presented as one in films for children. Why? // Here is an interesting correlation: 16% of protagonists in movies are female. All across America, in most professions, women at the top don’t make it past 16%. Children’s movies normalize an entire new generation to a world where females go missing." (http://reelgirl.com/2013/01/the-smurfette-principle-evolves-into-the-minority-feisty/)

"This strong, lone female is a pattern in contemporary children’s movies. While appearing on the surface to fight sexism, her role actually ensures that sexism will continue for another generation by keeping sexist stereotypes alive. While she appears to be battling sexism, she’s illustrating it. Her character repeats so often in children’s media, I’ve given her a name: Minority Feisty. She differs from the Smurfette Principle in that she is often a “strong female character” and sometimes there are a few strong females in the narrative but they always exist in the minority. Not much for a patriarchy to be threatened by, but we can still call her a feminist. Isn’t that convenient?" (http://reelgirl.com/2016/02/if-we-can-imagine-talking-bunnies-as-police-in-zootopia-why-cant-we-imagine-gender-equality/)

- http://reelgirl.com/2012/02/the-curse-of-the-minority-feisty-female-in-kids-movies/;
- http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/discussion.php?id=uxd4b6f0wzcottwut2vf2qyi;
- http://reelgirl.com/2014/09/guardians-of-the-galaxy-and-the-minority-feisty/;
- http://girlsmediamystery.blogspot.com.br/2013/02/the-curse-of-minority-feisty.htm, e;
- http://popculturespring2016.tumblr.com/post/139542179706/minority-feisty-its-still-sexist.

Considerar http://coulda-been-played-by-a-woman.tumblr.com/ (?)

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