Here is my more eloquent scholarly thread on why you all are still wrong about Susan Pevensie. *rustles up academic papers*
This is the bit that everyone gets upset about. And hell, I don't blame them. Susan's my favorite character!
So first off. Wrong. Susan was not sent to Hell.
Now for the accusations of sexism. Lewis was definitely not perfect in terms of gender. I could give you another obnoxious long thread about the gender problems in The Cosmic Trilogy. But the Narnian chronicles? Not so much.
The first time we meet her, in LWW, she bossily tells Edmund that he ought to be in bed.
THAT is Susan's fatal flaw. And it expands into an actual arc, and foreshadows her exclusion from the final Chronicle. We see this in Prince Caspian.
“Lucy,” said Susan in a very small voice.
“Yes?” said Lucy.
“I see him now. I’m sorry.”
“That’s all right.”
Sidebar, I once wrote a similar post about this on Tumblr and Neil Gaiman liked it so we're good.
But her story isn't over. In Lewis' letters to children, he encouraged the children who were sad about her not being there to write their own stories about her.
When we hyperfocus on Susan, we also forget the other baller female characters in the Narnian chronicles. Lucy. Jill. Polly. Aravis.
All nuanced. All have an arc. All distinct from Susan.
OKAY NOW I'M FOR REAL DONE