MARLO (40) is sitting at her computer, typing. She has brown, slightly shaggy hair because she is overdue for a “maintenance haircut.” She is wearing elastic-waist lounge pants because she loves comfortable pants.

She is writing a new blog post in a style thematic to her topic – L.A. producer Ross Putman’s new Twitter account, @femscriptintros, which features “intros for female leads in actual scripts I read.” The only change Putman has made to each introduction is to swap out the character name with JANE.

The simple premise yields a result that is simultaneously hilarious and exasperating. Taken as a whole, the timeline serves as a fine bit of pointed social commentary about the limited range of available options when it comes to portrayals of women in movies. There is a lot of beautiful-without-trying sexiness and directions as to character motivation that, to MARLO, seem like they would be difficult to act out. But mostly there are just notes about women being beautiful. Without trying. Or caring about being beautiful. Which all of them are. Because of course they are.

INDEED, CLEARLY ONLY FRIVILOUS NINNIES CARE ABOUT THEIR APPEARANCE, I MEAN IT’S NOT LIKE EVERY WOMAN’S WORTH IS JUDGED ON HOW SHE LOOKS FROM PRETTY MUCH THE MOMENT WE MEET HER, AS IS CLEARLY EVIDENCED BY THESE GARBAGE INTROS, thinks MARLO to herself as she scrolls through the timeline, rolling her brown eyes.

MARLO laughs a wry laugh and decides she’s made her point.