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This show has a really strong female cast and.. zomeg, they do things :la: I really love this show.

The list as such;

Winry Rockbell is Ed's mechanic, she's a strong girl who cares for the Elric brothers and understands their mission. For this I am not counting the original series.

Riza Hawkeye is cool and collected with a very kind heart and is loyal to Roy, and has saved his life a couple of times. Okay, seriously, how is it possible NOT to love this woman?

Rose Thomas. I like her, not as much as the others, she doesn't actually fight but she grows into an emotionally strong woman with the help of Ed.

Mei Chang is one of my favorites. She's a cutie from Xing with a massive crush on Alphonse but that doesn't mean she can't kick some series ass.

RanFan is another of my favorites, she sacrifices alot for Ling and in my opinion has the most beautiful character design.

Izumi Curtis is Ed and Al's teacher, she's strooooonggg, and a bit scary but a very loving mother figure and taught the Elric brothers nearly everything they know.

Maria Ross is a member of the military, a slightly lower rank she once escorted Ed around and bitchslapped him because... someone needed to do it. She was also falsely accused for a crime she didn't commit but remained pretty much cool headed.

Olivier Armstrong is the ice queen of Briggs. In all honesty she is scary with some amazing hair. She's Alex Armstrongs sister.


I forgot to add Lust. =/
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za-milla Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2015
I adore all the girl<<33
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TommysZombie Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I love it but..... where is :iconmartelplz:?
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IndraMJha Featured By Owner May 4, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
nice animation and stamp.

I need help to put a stamp in my dA Info or a Journal.
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xxwarriorcats4everxx Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2012  Student
I think this series has the largest range of badass girls. Other anime has there badasses but overall FMA has the most female ones.
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xxwarriorcats4everxx Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2012  Student
Except Rose wasn't that strong....
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NaokoElric2250 Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
I will never get how the FMA female are 'strong' or 'badass'. They are some of the weakest females in fiction.
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RetardedOrangeCat22 Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Wrong.
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NaokoElric2250 Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
For you, maybe. But not for me.
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RetardedOrangeCat22 Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Weak female characters?


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NaokoElric2250 Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
If you actually looked at them and used your brain, you would see that the FMA are EXACTLY the same. It did not take any research/deep looking/or anything like that for me to notice this. I saw it from the very surface. The only reason you and the rest of the dulded idiots think what you do about the FMA famels is because you dulde yourself into thinking that, because the author is female, the female characters MUST be strong. Arakawa is as bad as the "Death Note" author, Kishimoto, and Kubo, perhaps worst, as she is a women, and making weak female characters.
Most of the female females, just like the "Death Note", "Naruto", and "Bleach" females only motivated by the MEN in their lives, always second/not in charge, never in a dominant/leading/protagionist role...only serving their men as they in love/think they are better than them (Winry, Riza and Ran Fan), ditzy little crybabies that cannot fight (Winry)...the rest in my document regarding the subject. The "Black Lagoon", "Claymore" and "Kill Bill" female characters, along with Selene ("Underwrold") would beat the FMA females to a bloody pulp. The FMA females have NOTHING on them. Hell, even the "Sailor Moon" and "Merlin" females, despite having alot of feminine traits, are stronger than the FMA females.
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captain-tightpants Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2012
Whoaaaaaaa, hold up, here. How did you get internet access from your kitchen?
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NaokoElric2250 Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Ah, another weak attempt at an insult with the over-used kitchen jokes. Not funny, mate.
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captain-tightpants Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2012
It's only unfunny if I don't have a sandwich within 10 seconds.
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RetardedOrangeCat22 Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaassssssssssssssssssssseeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. You're just a womaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaannnnnnnnnnnnnnnn.
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NaokoElric2250 Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
If you are trying to provoke a reaction with that weak restort, it is not working.
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RetardedOrangeCat22 Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I only have intelligent discussions with people who are..... well, intelligent. Sorry.
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Katrina-Crane Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2011
I love the FMA Females~ their so badass :) Some people say that the series is sexist towards females and I keep wondering "...by making strong and cool female characters?" >.<;
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NaokoElric2250 Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
And we have ever right to that opinion. I refer you to this: [link]
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Katrina-Crane Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2012
I've read this before, a while ago too.
Yes you are entitled to your opinion, and so am I. I don't agree with most of the statements in the rant that you wrote, and I won't impose my opinion on yours and I would like to ask you to please not do the same to me.
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NaokoElric2250 Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Well, that is good then. That means no argument :).
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Katrina-Crane Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2012
Yep just simply an agreement to disagree. Though I don't mind a "friendly" argument, or a discussion, one that wouldn't turn into comments tossed back and forth about how stupid the other person is.
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NaokoElric2250 Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Well, even if I disagree with someone, I get worried about offending people, or making them another enemy, considering what happened to me almost all of last year on here.
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RetardedOrangeCat22 Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I know right? They're amazing! I don't see how it's sexist with such a strong female cast.. it's one of the only shows I've seen with an almost equal number of female characters as males. And not one of them has made me want to scratch my eyes out. 8D
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NaokoElric2250 Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
I genuinely want to know how people like you can find the FMA females to be 'strong' or 'badass' as I really just cannot see how any self-respecting, intelligent women could come to that conclusion.

Excluding Oliver and Izumi, the FMA manga/Brotherhood female are some of the most weak-minded, man-pleasing, feminine, hysterical, emotional (especially Winry), little bitches ever to come from the mind of a misogynistic female author (aka Arakawa Hiromu). Not that I think she is a bad writer, as she did pretty well with her other manga, and I praise her for something in FMA: The world in which it is set is interesting and creative, and I like that Arakawa did her research for the 1900 period, but also add modern twists, such as the relatively modern clothing. Her take on alchemist is interesting, particularly the aspect of Equivalent Exchange. She raises some big good questions such as "Is it possible to create life only with the materials for a human body?", "If possible, is this right or should we leave it to nature, and if believed in, God?".

However, her weak female characters, couples will the fact that she blatantly refuses to put females in a dominant, badass, non-love-struck, non-damsel-in-distress, man-saving role shows her deep misogyny. Her sisters must have done some things to her…

I have been asking around and only gotten flames in return. I just want someone to ecplain to me in a calm, honest, repectful tone.
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wolfleer7 Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2012
"non-love-struck, non-damsel-in-distress, man-saving role..."
What about Riza Hawkeye?

Just because a character is possibly in love means they can't be badass? That says more toward your own misogyny than Arakawa Hiromu's. Hawkeye saves Roy on numerous occasions.

At least you gave Izumi some credit. BUT OH TEH NOES, SHE'S MARRIED!!!

Those are two strong females out of many in FMA.
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NaokoElric2250 Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Oh, Riza? You mean the woman who follows a man and obeys him? The woman who thinks a man can do a better job of ruling the country than her, instead of being independent and wanting to do it herself, like Olivier, as men and women are as good as each other? You mean the woman who has no ideals of her own, and only takes and protects Roy’s ideals? You mean the woman that had a complete mental breaking, cried pathetically, and best of all, begged for death just because her man was dead, instead of being a real women and trying to avenge his ‘death’ without tears? The woman who let a teenage boy protect her, a grown women? The willing subordinate?

Yeah, she sounds sooo strong. Sorry if that sounds rude, BTW.
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Wolftimber101 Featured By Owner Sep 23, 2012
well... about Riza, she and the rest of her MALE team all think that Roy has the potential to be a leader and follow him for his dream. All of his team would give up their lives for him and sometimes need his help, but that doesn't make them weak. However, I suppose you do bring up some good points. I still love her though and she's my favorite character. :)
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wolfleer7 Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2012
I think at this point it's obvious that you're the sexist one, not Hiromu Arakawa.

Looking through your other shit, you say 'it'd be fine if this character was a male' and you contradict yourself constantly.

A woman crying? No, we can't have that. We must have all female characters avoiding all things that are remotely gender stereotypical in order to promote equality. I hope you realize that taking your impossible-to-win stance is hurting the cause more. You're still separating gender into groups, and until that goes away (which it probably never will), there will not be gender equality.

That being said, it's totally ok for a person to cry when they think someone they cared about is dead. Riza cared about Roy. At the very least, he was a friend, and at most he was a love interest. It's fine for a female character not to be a man-hater.
If someone killed someone you cared about, you'd damn well cry too, unless you're a sociopath. Judging by the way you criticize every female for crying about deaths and losses the way you do, I wouldn't find that too surprising.

Oh, but it's everyone else's problem, right? Everyone flames you simply for asking. You're a poor little victim in your opinions. If you've had so many people trying to argue against your feminazi, gender hating nonsense, maybe you're the one with the problem, not the other people.

I say 'gender hating,' because you do do one thing fairly equally -- you hate both genders. It's disgusting, and yet you've deluded yourself into thinking that you're trying to promote healthy, normal equality. That's just not so.
If a girl wants to bake, that's cool. Especially if, like Winry, she lives with only her elderly grandma. Are you even aware that when girls grow up and live on their own, magical laundry fairies aren't going to show up to do it for them? People have to do basic chores to get by. It has nothing to do with gender.

I have a female friend who likes baking and cooking. I ask her to make me things. She does. It's because she enjoys it, not because I'm telling her to get in the kitchen. God forbid Ed ask Winry for a goddamn pie, and God forbid she oblige because they're childhood friends and love interests. In fact, God forbid women not be either asexual or lesbians. Yeah, Winry should be paired with Riza, who should then go on to become Queen of Everything Ever.

Equally, it's ok for a girl not to want to bake. It's ok for a boy to want to bake. It's okay for a transgendered person to want to bake. It's ok for a cisgendered person to want to bake. It's okay for any queer person to want to bake, and it's okay for any straight person to want to bake. People can just bake if they want to.

Sorry if that sounds rude, BTW.
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NaokoElric2250 Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
People die. It is enviable and will come to everyone. You deal with it and move on, while keeping the person in your heart. I have lost four family members, three naturally, and one at the fault of negligent doctors, so you could say she was ‘killed’. Was I sad? Of course I was! I loved them! But, I do not cry, as it is pointless, weak, and achieves absolutely nothing expect puffy eyes and looking like an immature, pathetic little girl.

So, not crying over a man makes a woman a man-hater? You are the sexist here.

I do not hate any gender. I think I know myself more than you. I just hate the way they act like total stereotypes. It as bad as people talking in ‘ghetto speak’, especially if black (my Jamaican aunt does not speak like that).
I understand you need to do the washing, as it is necessary, but a woman enjoying doing it like some 1950s housewife? Grow up, bitch!
I would not cry, I would get revenge on the bastard that did it, as he/she deserved it. I do nor care if I end up in prison, as I would be in for something right.

No, it is not. It is called being a lazy sod. If you want that food so badly, learn to make it yourself and not tell a woman to yet into kitchen and doing it for you! Edward did not even ASK. He just bluntly tells her to “make an apple pie and keep it warm”. Because that is showing your love, right?

Asexual does not mean ‘without love’. It is ‘without lust’. Love and lust are two different things. Love is a beautiful feeling, lust is a ugly, unnecessary, primitive desire. I do not disgustingly lust after people, but I have felt romantic attraction to both genders.

Thanks for turning a genuine statement into sarcasm.
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wolfleer7 Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2012
Oh, and calling me a bitch and Arakawa a cow? That is sexist and pushes women's equality back to the 1950s. I am stunned that you can't see that. I bet you also partake in slut shaming, given the fact that you seem so much to hate relationships with men.

At any rate, you've already proven you have nothing factual or intelligent to say, so...goodbye. :)
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wolfleer7 Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2012
That sounds like a personal problem, especially since I never asked for your biography. Don't take it out on an anime/manga.

P.S. Asexual means you desire love, minus the sexual part of it. "A" means "without" and "sexual" is just that. You should probably learn about genderqueer and sexuality queer people before trying to educate me. Do your research.

Also, how is it bad or wrong to enjoy chores? Funny enough, some people do. Some people like cooking, some like laundry, some like washing dishes. You don't know what other people like and dislike, and you have no right to judge. It has nothing to do with stereotypes, because not everything does. Nice job on the ad hominem, what with calling me a bitch. That really makes me take you seriously. Thanks for losing the argument so quickly. I'm astounded.

You aren't even a high-functioning sociopath.

Have fun being a sexist who projects all their frustrations onto fictional characters.

Sincerely,
The Person Who Is Still Laughing At Your Petty Namecalling
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NaokoElric2250 Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Damn, italic error. Those last sentences were suposted to go like: "...begged for death just because her man was dead, instead of being a real women and trying to avenge his ‘death’ without tears? The woman who let a teenage boy protect her, a grown women? The willing subordinate?

Yeah, she sounds sooo strong. Sorry if that sounds rude, BTW."
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RetardedOrangeCat22 Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Well, you're not going to get and "calm, honest, respectful tone" from me, seeing as you brought up the subject rudely and crowded up my inbox blabbering pointless crap I don't care about.
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NaokoElric2250 Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Well, do not care then. I will only speak will those who reply.
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RetardedOrangeCat22 Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I ALWAYS reply. I would write you a novel explaining why you're wrong, but I'm sure many people have already done that before me. Also, I've read your journal... thing, as well. It seems you think all of this would be okay if the genders were in reverse. I needn't even explain that crippling stupidity.
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NaokoElric2250 Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
I am sorry, but 'equal number of females to males'? Can you count?! The female cast is tiny conpared the male cast, njust like every other run-of-the-mill shohen. "Soul Eater" the manga with an almost equal female-to-male ratio. All of them have made me dispair for female mangaka.
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RetardedOrangeCat22 Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Looking in my inventory for a fuck to give.
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Katrina-Crane Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2011
Ikr? It's rare to find a show with such a broad and good female cast that isn't shojo, FMA is groundbreaking like that.
Whoever disagrees needs a good whack with a wrench =3=
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NaokoElric2250 Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Nope, it is not. Nope I do not. I and the others who think so are intitled to that opinion and you have no right to deny it/say it is wrong.
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Katrina-Crane Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2012
Sorry about my comment. I know you are entitled to your opinion, and yes my comment is wrong and I shouldn't have stated that.
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NaokoElric2250 Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
I do not like sarcastic mocking. I just do not understand how you can have that opinion. I am not saying you cannot state it.
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Katrina-Crane Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2012
No, I mean the comment is wrong in a sense that I suggested that those with a contrary opinion to mine should be treated violently, or like I said "need a good whack with a wrench".
Thanks for not raging though, I know some people would be but it seems to me you are reacting coolly.
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NaokoElric2250 Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Well, why would I treat it violently? It is not like you are being racist or homophobic(and regarding real people) or something. I have a short temper, and that would set me off, not this. I have learned, as I said, from prevous experience, not to blow up at different opinions. If I laugh, that means I do not get angry, you know? I know that sounds so silly.
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Supahfrog Featured By Owner May 5, 2011
I love all of the fma gals X3
some of the best female characters of any series :heart:
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NaokoElric2250 Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
People like you make me laugh my arse off.
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Supahfrog Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2012
Why is that? Because of my personal opinions? ;P I personally don't find people with differing opinions funny, but hey I guess we all laugh at strange things sometimes.

Have a good day :wave:
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NaokoElric2250 Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Because you would not know a strong female character if she came to life and danced arounded you wearing a signing saying 'I'm a strong femsle character!". The women of "Fullmetal Alchemist", excluding Oliver and Izumi (the ONLY strong females in the whole of the sexism-filled manga), have NOTHING on the girls/women of "Claymore", "Black Lagoon", "Kill Bill", and Selene from "Underworld".
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Supahfrog Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2012
"Wearing a singing"? Lol

I have no idea what a "femsle" character is XD

before you bash somebody, learn how to type

Anyway,
I've seen all those shows, except underworld. But I still like Fma more. Maybe its because I have a tendency to like animation better than live action shows~ I personally really appreciate all the female characters in fma (except maybe Rose sometimes 030) I don't exactly judge characters on how "badass" they are. I like the emotional strength and loyalty the characters of fma possess. I like how they contribute to the story and how sometimes they can even outshine the male leads. :D I don't find it sexist. But anyone can find elements of sexism in it if they are nit-picky. But I see it like this. Fma is based on a fictional Europe in the times of the industrial revolution. Sexism was MASSIVELY present at these times. (so much so that women were often not allowed to get a job besides working in textile factories) So the fact that women are often lower than men in Fma isn't exactly shocking. (in fact it makes it a bit more realistic) But Arakawa gives her characters qualities that allow them to be strong in the positions they're in and show they are often the real ones in charge. (coughRizacough)

Maybe they aren't the most badass/powerful characters on the planet. But they feel both realistic and strong to me. Which is why I think they'll always be my favorites ;3

My advice? If you don't like it, go watch whatever you like and leave us to what we like. However crazy or stupid you think we are for thinking this way, its our choice. :) If you don't like it, why care so much?

:iconkissingplz: Have a nice day
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NaokoElric2250 Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
You ever heard of poor eyesight? Learn to ask questions before you assume. I was refering to both the mangas, but ok.

I refer you to the link I posted above (note me if you like, so long as it is not a flame). I am interested in what people think when is is not a flame. "Underworld" is a film series. You should check it out, it is pretty good, and, despite having vampires and werewolves (or lycans), it is no "Twilgiht". The critics do not like it that much, but it is up to us fans to decided whether it is good or not. How is Riza in charge? She is a suboridinate (spelling fail), and willingly follows a man's orders, and has NO thoughts or ideals of her own. She weakly only has Roy's ideals as hers, and instead of being a strong, independent woman and trying to attain the title of Fuhrer (like Olivier), she wants Roy to be it, instead, as she disgustingly thinks a man can do a better job than her, when men are women are good as each other.

And Winry is the most unrealistic female character I have ever seen, with her exggrated emotions and crying. She is also the most emotionally weak female character I have ever seen, excluding Elizabeth Middleford (another digustingly sexist female character from the mind of a female mangaka).

When do they outshine the men? When? I never say them do that, even when Winry came up with that plan.

I have a short temper, and I sick of people not being allowed to have different opnions like mine just because it is not popular.
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Supahfrog Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2012
Well I apologize for that, but its kind of hard to take your insult seriously when you have that many typos.

I may check out Underworld if I can find it, sounds interesting.

I try not to flame, but seeing as you start off your side of it as immediately regarding us who like Fma's female characters as laughable and ignorant, Its kind of hard. But I try to be the bigger person.

Riza isn't in charge officially, but you have to admit she's quite good at manipulating Roy ;3 despite her obvious lower status. He seems to almost regard her as an equal. (their partnership is quite fascinating to me~)

Actually, I have a friend who acts a lot like Winry. XD She's very emotional and will often lash out at those who pick on her or make her mad. (Especially her boyfriend.) But in all she isn't a bad person, just erratic. So I can't say Winry is all that fictional in her behavior having experienced it firsthand. Win isn't my favorite, but I enjoy her for the most part.

Maybe its just me, but I found myself watching fma FOR its female characters sometimes. They just drew me in. I'd be watching episodes and be like "GTFO Ed, what happened to Riza?!" XD That's how they 'outshined' them to me. But thats totally personal opinion though and I love pretty much all of Fma's cast.

I'll say this in the nicest way I can but... I'm finding YOUR comments a bit sexist. I mean, you're pretty much generalizing how a female author should write her characters. :/(This is coming from a aspiring female author) Sometimes, Women aren't that strong. Sometimes they aren't the bravest, emotionally stable or toughest of a bunch. But that's just reality. Working that into a story doesn't make it sexist. Having those elements there and working to show that those qualities don't define your characters makes it good. They don't have to be the leading badass to be a good character. Sometimes, less is more. I admire that about Fma, because to often I find that female characters are either WAY to pathetic and weak or WAY to buffed up and over exaggerated, as if screaming. "Look, I am a female who's awesome, love me." I never got that from Fma, i felt its girls were relatable and interesting. That's why I love them.

No one said you can't have an opinion. No one CAN say that. Your opinion is yours, no one can change that. But you need to see it both ways you know? :) I have pretty unpopular opinions myself. I dislike MLP, I don't agree with abortion, I am atheist and I am also not a fan of wolves, which seem to be the most popular animal. But thats my choice, its just how I feel. And there isn't anyone who can change that. But I don't consider those who don't agree with me laughable, they just have different views, that's all. I have a feeling you're taking this way to personally. Again, I'll say this. Watch what you like. If you don't like Arakawa's writing/manga style, why keep complaining about it? Just simply say, I don't like this manga, I think its sexist and move on. Its meant for entertainment, it shouldn't be such a big deal. if it feels negative to you, I can't say anything to change that, I can try to explain myself but I get the feeling you've already written me off as someone idiotic. So I won't really bother anymore.

I suggest finding some people who share your opinion (Yes they are out there) and asking for some new series recommendations from them :) You may also try being nicer to people.

I think you just need a hug honestly :icondragonhugplz:

Have a nice day :iconbyeplz:
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