Date: 2009-02-02 12:35 pm (UTC)
Yes, the availability of 'cool' female characters definitely affects things - particularly if, like me, you have a bias towards the main characters. *fingers crossed for more main female characters for me to fan*

Interesting you have the shift between books and TV. Mine stayed fairly constant, for the same reasons - I read primarily sf-fantasy, particularly when I was younger and a more voracious reader (TV fandom not taking up all my time!), and my selection was limited to the books in my local library, the majority of the heroes/POV characters were male. Guess who I identified with...

If you write more, let me know - I'd be interested in reading it.
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