I’m often confused by the arguments of so-called feminists — like the preposterous accusations by some that your writing is misogynistic.  Because my characters aren’t likable, I hate women? To me, it says something a little concerning that a female character can be dark, but only if people are watching them having pain inflicted on them. — Gillian Flynn
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I’m often confused by the arguments of so-called feminists — like the preposterous accusations by some that your writing is misogynistic.  Because my characters aren’t likable, I hate women? To me, it says something a little concerning that a female character can be dark, but only if people are watching them having pain inflicted on them. — Gillian Flynn
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I’m often confused by the arguments of so-called feminists — like the preposterous accusations by some that your writing is misogynistic.  Because my characters aren’t likable, I hate women? To me, it says something a little concerning that a female character can be dark, but only if people are watching them having pain inflicted on them. — Gillian Flynn
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I’m often confused by the arguments of so-called feminists — like the preposterous accusations by some that your writing is misogynistic.  Because my characters aren’t likable, I hate women? To me, it says something a little concerning that a female character can be dark, but only if people are watching them having pain inflicted on them. — Gillian Flynn
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I’m often confused by the arguments of so-called feminists — like the preposterous accusations by some that your writing is misogynistic.  Because my characters aren’t likable, I hate women? To me, it says something a little concerning that a female character can be dark, but only if people are watching them having pain inflicted on them. — Gillian Flynn
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I’m often confused by the arguments of so-called feminists — like the preposterous accusations by some that your writing is misogynistic. 
Because my characters aren’t likable, I hate women? To me, it says something a little concerning that a female character can be dark, but only if people are watching them having pain inflicted on them. — Gillian Flynn