In less rapey news Star Wars: The Force Awakens passes the Bechdel test. The space opera reboot passes the Bechdel test as early as the first 10 minutes.
". . . this extraterrestrial [character] does provide the movie’s first Bechdel-test moment: when two female characters talk to each other about something other than a man. Indeed, the test is passed umpteen times over the course of the movie. . . "
"A little further into the movie, and we meet important figures on opposite sides of the fight who are both female."
"Captain Phasma’s casting is a moment of real joy. This is a role that might well have gone without notice had Abrams chosen to cast a man, but now looks likely to gain cult status."
Alison Bechdel: Let me see your women.
JJ Abrams: [with a small wave of his hand] These are the women you're looking for.
Alison Bechdel: These are the women we're looking for.
JJ Abrams: We can go about our business.
Alison Bechdel: You can go about your business.
JJ Abrams: Move along.
Alison Bechdel: Move along. . . move along.