female werewolves

Have you noticed that when you see a werewolf on tv, in a movie, or in a novel, not many of them are female? Female werewolves just aren’t as common as the male werewolf….but they do exist!!..Does it make much sense that werewolves would only be male?  After searching on the internet, I found one of the few movies about the female werewolf, a 1976 movie called Werewolf Woman.  Werewolf woman (aka The Legend of Werewolf Woman)  is about a psychotic woman who believes that she is a werewolf…apparently there is only one sequence of her as a werewolf (comes at the beginning of the movie), the rest focuses her on being psychotic.  Movie doesn’t sound too great, so don’t see it! hahhaha.

Real werewolve women can be found at the movies.



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42 Responses

  1. Lycanhope says:

    Come to think of it, I don’t really watch werewolf movies. I read books though, got very weird looks from the librarians when I burst out laughing after reading the title: “The Abused Werewolf Rescue Group”. I think they were worried I’d forget to breathe, lol.

  2. Kelly (just is) says:

    I dont tghink i’ve read any werewolf-specific books. I read twilight, then proceeded to toss it in the firepit and vomit.

  3. Awesome V says:

    Lol!I understand exactly how you felt,Kelly:)The whole Twilight franchise needs to be completely wiped out.

  4. Velix Hollow says:

    I love werewolves but twillight sucks in more than one way

  5. werewolfdude123 says:

    @Velix Hollow: yes, finnaly, some1 who understands me.

  6. Rene says:

    Looking for stories on werewolfs, vampires and other were animals, check out “Anita Blake” series by Laurell K. Hamilton. There is also another author, Kelly Armstrong where in ‘Bitten’ she has a female werewolf.

  7. gingervamp says:

    ooh, i wrote the most horrible ghost story (horrible as in scary)

  8. ILiekPizza says:

    Nobody likes the idea of werewolves reproducing. If that was possible that would give the werewolf two ways to reproduce which would bring up the question of abominations as well as some disturbing visuals to go with it.

  9. she wolf says:

    This site really affects me. Why? because they think only that werewolves are male.:'(

  10. Abby says:

    Well, there are female lycanthrope BUT, male ones more known because of the masculinity of the werewolves. I have read plenty of books were there are female werewolvesbut alsoI’ve read plenty of books were there aremainly male werewolves. When they came up with the idea of a man becoming a wolf, itwas during a time when men were everythingso they automatically assumed that ALL werewolves are males. But yes, there are female werewolves. Oh and Twilightis just a fake.Don’t getme wrong, I like the series and only a couple ofthe movies but it is a disgrace to vampires AND werewolves. No offense to the author.

  11. Lycanhope says:

    @Abby: Kelley Armstrong is a pretty perfect example.

    But yes, of course there are females, why wouldn’t there be?

  12. anonime says:

    -_- girls can be werewolf .. they can be strong to , and at twilight move have girl werewolfes. why not ?! , only boys , for everythink .. BOYS !! -_-

  13. i always had this fantasy hell even had a vision come true i alway wanted to mate with a female werewolf

  14. Lycanhope says:

    @david comstock: That is a really REALLY cringy comment. You might want to rephrase that.

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