"The female characters weren't necessarily portrayed any more negatively than the male characters or the male trains, but they did tend to play more secondary roles and they're often portrayed as being bossy or know-it-alls," she said.
Where do they find these people? Do people seriously get given money to come up with this rubbish? Oh, Professor of Political Science - that explains it, her 3 year old was probably conceived by artificial insemination. She's straight from the Harriet Harman school of man-hating.
Bloody good job she didn't analyse Bagpuss, what with its slave labour (probably immigrant) mice under the control of the fat cat. Don't forget the group hallucinations where they all see the story of the object unfold, Animal abuse, as bagpuss (and other animals) are abandoned in the shop (which must be screwing the economy as they don't sell anything) at a small girls whim. Have you seen the way she handles that cat? I'm sure one photo during the intro shows him being held upside down. Then there is the sexual content;
And when Bagpuss was asleep,
All his friends were asleep.
The mice were ornaments on the mouse organ.
Gabriel and Madeleine were just (sex)dolls.
Professor Yaffle was just an old wooden bookend in the shape of a woodpecker.
Even Bagpuss himself, once he was asleep, was just an old, saggy cloth cat,
Baggy, and a bit loose at the seams, But Emily loved him
anyone can make this shit up about a programme. Probably.
The Moomins don't look like they are complying with the '5 a day' policy, How often was Scooby Doo on a lead?
Did Mr Spoon have clearance from air traffic control to launch his obviously shoddy rocket to the moon?
Did He-man ever get treatment for his split personality disorder?
Paddington bear, Illegal immigrant or genuine tourist?