>>96497030>but I'm sick of them treating me like shit for liking tough, interesting girl characters in /co/ things.
And honestly, can't blame them because what passes for "tough, interesting girl characters" in /co/ these days is America, Capt. Marvel, and Mockingbird (reknown for having an affair, murdering her partner, and then claiming rape to get away with it).>Guys didn't complain about this five years ago
that's because five years ago we still had interesting female characters, some of whom were strong. Now we have things that can't be destibed honestly with the terms interesting, female, or strong. because they're boring, act like FtM trannies who have no idea what men are actually like, and aren't so much "strong" as "their victory is integral to the plot so that's what happens.">Girls can be terrible people too but they don't have this candyass hangup about women in /co/.
I'm guessing you don't have a lot of conversations about the "representation of women" in classical comics, the sexuality of women in comics in years past, and the gratuitous skimpy nature of many a heroines outfit. That, or you have been really, really lucky with the girls you talk to about /co/>I try to go with them just so I won't be shat on for the stuff I like.
and there's your problem. you're going to get shat on for the stuff you like. It's part of being in a fandom. People are going to have different tastes and they're going to shit on others for being different. You're on fucking 4chan, you should have learned that by now. I get my tastes shit on all the time, but I don't let that stop me from enjoying what I like. Neither should you. And if someone gives you shit, give shit right back. Either respect will be earned, or they won't talk to you anymore and then you won't get shat on.