The Bechdel Gang

December 2015
Elephant;Winter2015/2016, Issue 25, p108
The article discusses the proliferation of published works by young women in the U.S. which suggests an affirmative response to the Bechdel Test, which asks whether the main female characters in a work of fiction talk about something other than man.


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