TED十佳演讲之神童 青少年探索进行时 (01)


Four years ago today, exactly, actually, I started a fashion blog called Style Rookie.

四年前的今天,恰巧是同一天,我开办了一个时尚博客,名叫菜鸟风尚(Style Rookie)。

Last September of 2011, I started an online magazine for teenage girls called Rookiemag.com.


My name's Tavi Gevinson, and the title of my talk is "Still Figuring It Out,"

我叫泰薇·盖文森(Tavi Gevinson),我今天演讲的题目是“探索进行时”。

and the MS Paint quality of my slides was a total creative decision in keeping with today's theme, and has nothing to do with my inability to use PowerPoint.


So I edit this site for teenage girls. I'm a feminist.


I am kind of a pop culture nerd, and I think a lot about what makes a strong female character, and, you know, movies and TV shows, these things have influence.


My own website. So I think the question of what makes a strong female character often goes misinterpreted,


and instead we get these two-dimensional superwomen who maybe have one quality that's played up a lot, like a Catwoman type, or she plays her sexuality up a lot, and it's seen as power.


But they're not strong characters who happen to be female. They're completely flat, and they're basically cardboard characters.

但这些都不是女强人形象,这简直无聊至极 充其量是些纸片人。

The problem with this is that then people expect women to be that easy to understand,


and women are mad at themselves for not being that simple, when, in actuality, women are complicated, women are multifaceted --


not because women are crazy, but because people are crazy, and women happen to be people.


So the flaws are the key. I'm not the first person to say this.


What makes a strong female character is a character who has weaknesses, who has flaws, who is maybe not immediately likable, but eventually relatable.


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