I've read a lot of stuff she's written, and I can't recall anything close to that about women. There was one comment where she said that, in our western world, a lot of people don't realise how dangerous it can be (and once was) to have a baby, and that what Bella went through might give them that perspective, but that's the closest I can think of. I can't imagine her suggesting that anyone who hadn't been through nine months of pregnancy and birth aren't real women. That sounds a little too judgemental and narrow minded for her.
RebeccaCullen wrote:Honestly, saying that she does't think her readers aren't that bright is just me reading between the lines in interviews she`s done. If she thinks otherwise, that`s great, but I haven`t come across anything to support that.
I think that's more because of your perspective. I have never read an interview that she has given that gave me that impression, nor have I heard anyone else suggest that they thought she meant that. I think you might have been reading too much into it.
corona wrote:She was just so sure that we would love him.
Yes, I really don't get that. How she could think that we'd be okay (especially since most were Team Edward) with Jacob insulting Edward all the while, kissing Bella aggressively, and generally behaving like a so-and-so, especially when Bella then responds to it! I just don't get why it didn't occur to her that we wouldn't like that. I mean, most people didn't like him in New Moon, and his behaviour in Eclipse is worse! I guess she probably thought that, because he was trying to save Bella's life, we would appreciate that, but the mere fact that that meant taking her from Edward was never going to elicit that response from the the majority of people.