J.M. Barrie introduces his heroine in WHAT EVERY WOMAN KNOWS in this way:
Here MAGGIE enters... We could describe MAGGIE at great length. But what is the use? What you really want to know is whether she was good-looking. No, she was not. Enter MAGGIE, who is not good-looking. When this is said, all is said.
It's a great opening to a play written by a man that many would call a feminist play.