18 Angry White Women

1. Olivia Benson, Law And Order: SVU

Described as: A “feminist hero,” “fiercely in control of her sexuality,” full of “strength and purpose.”

2. Emma Swan, Once Upon A Time

Described as: “Badass,” “well-rounded,” “smart;” “sweet and caring, but not very sentimental or emotional.”

3. Roseanne Conner, Roseanne

 

Described as: “Funny, powerful, respected by her family and real in ways that most TV shows are not.”

4. Daenerys Targaryen, Game of Thrones

Described as: A “strong, badass leader.”

5. Alicia Florrick, The Good Wife

Described as: “One of the strongest, most independent and confident characters on television.”

6. Peggy Olson, Mad Men

Described as: “Brilliant, clever, subtle.”

7. Diane Lockhart, The Good Wife

Described as: A “power player”; “a tough and smart feminist.”

8. Leslie Knope, Parks and Recreation

Described as: “Likable, enthusiastic, and hugely passionate.”

9. Dorothy Zbornak, Golden Girls

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Described as: “Smart, sarcastic”; “powerful and vulnerable.”

10. Murphy Brown, Murphy Brown

Described as: “Unapologetic, quick-witted, and hard working”; a “feminist figurehead.”

11. Buffy Summers, Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Described as: “An unflinching, unapologetic feminist.”

12. Veronica Mars, Veronica Mars

Described as: “Whip-smart, electric, hilarious.”

13. Selina Meyers, Veep

Described as: “Direct,” “decisive,” and “confident.”

14. Mellie Grant, Scandal

Described as: “Quick-witted,” “dynamic,” a “mastermind.”

15. Fiona Goode, American Horror Story: Coven

Described as: “Sassy, sexy, and straight-talking.”

16. April Ludgate, Parks and Recreation

Described as: “Snarky and sarcastic and a lover of all things weird, and fundamentally good-hearted too.”

17. Debra Morgan, Dexter

Described as: “Tough without being asexual”; “not afraid to speak her mind.”

18. Michelle Tanner, Full House

Described as: “Adorable”; “too cute to handle.”

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