1. The protagonist is flawed, allowing readers to relate to her...but later has her flaws fixed/overcome.
2. She is initially presented as someone who isn’t interested in fashion or material things but preens when she is dolled up for a guy she likes.
3. Whatever principles she has at the beginning of the story are happily tossed aside for the sake of a man. She was just a coy, bookish prude. Now she's a woman.
4. If her love interest leaves her – even temporarily – or is perceived to be unfaithful, she will fall into a pit of depression and will cease to understand the reason for living.
5. An nice, respectable man likes your protagonist. She is uninterested. He is either unexciting or secretly evil.
6. It is fine for a man to treat her like a piece of meat as long as he is exceptionally attractive. If the man is unattractive, he is a skeevy, dangerous pervert.
7. If the story isn't hung up on a man, it should be hung up on babies, marriage or virginity. If you want to make the story faux feminist and focus on a woman pursuing a job/dream, a sexy powerful man is a necessity.
8. Your protagonist should be rescued by her love interest at least once. This makes her exceptionally lustful for him, especially if he treats her like dirt afterwards.
9. The number of times a woman meets a specific sexy man is directly related to her chance of him being her destined true love. Even if these "coincidental" meetings are pre-planned by either party, it is destiny and not creepiness.
10. A character who excuses herself on the ground of being female for any or all of her actions is a role model for women everywhere.