OK, I'm not speaking from personal experience. I am most certainly a guy and not a woman*.
*Not since my cabaret act in Reno got cancelled 3 years ago.
But from what I can see on the outside looking in, there are more women working in comics as writers and artists than I've ever seen before. Granted there are more barriers to be broken before women are fully accepted as equals in the comics industry but significant inroads have been made. With writers like Gail Simone, Marjorie Lui and Kelly Sue Donnick and artists such as Nicola Scott, Ming Doyle and Fiona Staples, we're seeing women who can produce high quality work with the best of their male counterparts.
But with increasing chances to show their worth, this growth towards equality can lead to examples of the other side of the coin: women who can produce work that sucks just as badly as men.
Case in point: Wonder Woman#36
Meredith Finch has Wonder Woman say, “vegetative injustice”.
The "vegetative injustice" here is the number of trees felled to be turned into paper for this drivel. Add the word “holy” in front of it and Robin can use it in an issue of Batman ’66 when the Dynamic Duo go up against Poison Ivy*.
*"Holy vegetative injustice, Batman! Poison Ivy has us trapped for sure!"
"Indeed, Boy Wonder, old chum! It could only get worse if it starts to rain!"
And really, why is Swamp Thing there?*
*Other than to force Mike Sterling to buy the book.**
**Go read Progressive Ruin!
I'm So Glad My Suffering Amuses You