Since you write so many female protagonists, do you feel
you've become more in touch with your "feminine side"?
|Marlene Dietrich, the queen of both|
her feminine and masculine sides.
In other words, he or she must be prepared to write a believable protagonist of any race, religion, gender, species, etc., as dictated by the needs of the story.
So, yes, I do feel that I'm better in tune with my "feminine side" thanks to my writing, but not at the expense of any of the other sides and characters living in my overcrowded brain.