Michaela Carapadis

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Michaela Carapadis (credited as Michelle Carapadis) is a radical feminist who appears on K-Chat in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City. She wrote a book that talked about the "horrors" of man, officially titled Being and Seeing, From Freud to the Building Sites, a Woman's Journey into the Male Psyche. While being interviewed it is implied Michaela takes on a manly appearance.

Character
Michelle Carapadis
Appearances GTA Vice City
Full Name Michelle Carapadis
Gender Gender::Female
Nationality American
Home Vice City
Main Affiliations K-Chat
Voiced by Mary Birdsong

{{infobox character |name = Michelle Carapadis |game_1 = Grand Theft Auto: Vice City |gender = F |dob = |pob = |home = [[Vice City in GTA III Era|Vice City]] |nationality = American |family = |affiliations = [[K-Chat]] |vehicles = |voice = [[Mary Birdsong]] }} '''Michaela Carapadis''' (credited as '''Michelle Carapadis''') is a radical feminist who appears on [[K-Chat]] in [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City]]. She wrote a book that talked about the "horrors" of man, officially titled [[Being and Seeing, From Freud to the Building Sites, a Woman's Journey into the Male Psyche]]. While being interviewed it is implied Michaela takes on a manly appearance. When Amy opens the phones for call-ins a female listener states how Michaela changed her life. She goes further to say she dislikes feminism, and that it is wrong to hate men or anyone else just because they're different. Before the caller hangs up she says that Michaela is an appalling academic and as intellectual as a hemorrhoid. Her extremist feminism is thought to be a reference to [[wikipedia:Andrea Dworkin|Andrea Dworkin]], a radical feminist with similar views. Michaela Carapadis is voiced by [[Mary Birdsong]]. {{GTAVC characters}} [[Category:Characters|Carapadis, Michaela]] [[Category:Characters in GTA Vice City|Carapadis, Michaela]]

When Amy opens the phones for call-ins a female listener states how Michaela changed her life. She goes further to say she dislikes feminism, and that it is wrong to hate men or anyone else just because they're different. Before the caller hangs up she says that Michaela is an appalling academic and as intellectual as a hemorrhoid.

Her extremist feminism is thought to be a reference to Andrea Dworkin, a radical feminist with similar views.

Michaela Carapadis is voiced by Mary Birdsong.