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Creating Characters That Don't Need Saving

The damsel in distress doesn't have much of a leading role, these days. And neither does the solitary, badass, physically strong female character (Although she pops in to say high more than her distant cousin). The macho strong male that swoops in to save the day isn’t seen much around anymore, either.

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