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"Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent!"
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A True Feminist Heroine

Though flawed Lisbeth Salander in the Dragon Tattoo series of movies is a true Feminist Heroine in every sense of the word. She takes no abuse from men and woe be to those men who try.

Lisbeth Salander lives up to this website's slogan: "Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent." Throw in a liberal dash of courage and a fierce sense of independence and you have Lisbeth Salander. She is Invincible! As long as there is single breath left in her body she's going down kicking and fighting for what she believes in, the right for her to lead her own life in her own way. She's a model for both women and men in this regard. In spite of her difficulty relating to others that care for her, a person could do a lot worse than having her for a role model.

(Comment by Webmaster: Lisbeth Salander is only 5 feet tall and 98 pounds, but if I was in a German Tiger Tank and saw her coming over a hill in my direction I'd turn and run. She is Invincible! She is a True Feminist Heroine!)

All movies below are in Swedish or German but have English subtitles. They are worth the trouble. The only American produced movie version of "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo" is worthless. The characters were modified to appeal to the sexual fantasies of sexually-immature American males (the number one American movie market). It is a pale and anemic version of the actual story. The Free Will also is very brutal, it shows how truly horrible rape really is. European films, schools, and culture are much more frank about the ugliness and brutality of sexual attacks. As a result their rape and sexual abuse rates are less than 1/4 of those in America.

And the books about The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo of course.

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Lisbeth Salander
A True Feminist Heroine

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