>>97998842>Creating perfect female "role model" characters isn't a good thing for little girls, actually the opposite.
Also there seems to be some misconception about what a kid will gravitate towards for a role model. Usually, they're not even watching cartoons for a moral role model, but for a rolePLAY model. As in, Batman is badass, I wanna be him because he's tough. Not Batman always does the right thing, I want to be him because he's the hero.
Girls don't admire Wonder Woman because she's a female superhero in the face of the patriarchy during a time when the diversity whatever the fuck. Girls like her because she can jump through buildings and hit people with a whip. Wonder Woman can be a purple monster, kids would still be excited if she punches buildings and tanks.
Also, I specifically remember all my favorite characters in stuff being someone who made me laugh. I didn't give a shit about Jasmine because she was a "tuff grrrll" when I was young. I liked Genie because I wanted him as a best friend.