Date: 2009-02-01 08:23 pm (UTC)
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Your observation is interesting, because I'm the complete opposite: I'm not usually drawn to main characters. I have to like them alright in order to stay interested in the series, but it's the secondary characters that drive me to read fanfiction, make icons, and (occasionally) write.

And yet, when I list my favorite characters, they still end up mostly male. A lot of this is probably due to the characters that are available in the first place, but I don't want to assume that's the case and excuse myself from paying attention to it. Still, when I look at my fandoms and the type of personality I'm drawn to (regardless of gender), there are a lot more males of that type than females of that type.
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