I'd prefer it if this comment thread did not decay into "So and so is a SUE!" / "NO SHE ISN'T!"
As that is directly contrary to the spirit in which I wrote it, and the spirit of Holly's post.
My point is this: it's misogynistic to run around broadly tarring female protagonists written by female writers in general with dismissive labels. If we want to criticize female writers and female protagonists, it's appropriate to be specific and detailed in our criticism, not airily dismissive.
And it's also appropriate to do it else-internets rather than here and now.