I've realized quite frequently in today's media...whether it's books, TV, movies, video games, etc...seems like there are very few female character deaths as opposed to male character deaths. Seems like authors and showrunners are scared or worried of killing off their own female characters...far too many times seems like the male characters are the ones to die in stories. Perhaps it's a cultural or stereotypical thing...I don't know...but I've always felt its strange. Rarely do female characters ever die in the stories I've read. Feels too good to be true. Seems like they are rarely touched. And when it comes to the deaths in general...seems like the males get all the 'cool' death scenes and females are given ones that are very quick and not really noteworthy. Anyone else share the same thoughts? Does anyone have any 'cool' death scenes for a particular male or female character...could be hero or villain...? Just something I'd like to bring up and thought about as I was writing my own story. In my writing, I treat males and females in my stories the same. No one is given an invincibility bubble, they are all vulnerable to death the same. No one is safe. I feel too many writers these days are doing things so that certain characters are safe and it feels forced.