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its so clear that the concept of anti-hero is completely dismissed when it comes to female charactershttps://twitter.com/wmorgan640/status/1441023981994352643 …
also clear from the replies that people just kinda go for the vibe of what they think the term means rather than like....what it actually means as a role within a story. walter white, patrick bateman, hannibal lecter are all characters who are considered antiheroes despite beingpic.twitter.com/GVfyJE1BqR
amoral or immoral. the point I'm making is that people give much more leeway & room for grayness in both morality & labels to male characters than they do for female ones. Being an antihero isn't JUST abt being snarky & having an off kilter but well meaning sense of morality
anyway have fun going pvp in the replies, I'm muting
I don't understand, how was she an anti-hero? I thought the point of the show was to make her an anti-villain? /Gen
Well at heart she didn’t mean anything that happened, if she’s even the slightest of a villain these people are making her to be then the hex would still be up, Wanda choose to let go, Wanda choose to let people go, that what makes her an anti-hero.
I see her as an anti-villain at the most nuanced, but a villain nonetheless.
It’s literally has nothing to do with her gender she was the straight up villain of the show no matter how you look at it if she was a male people would say the exact same thing