Quentins movies may not be based on reality, and that goes for almost all movies made. That does not mean he doesnÃ‚Â´t portray women. He has female characters in his movies, and everyone of them has a personality.
Now, the question was; how does he portray them? Well, I think his women are basically strong, and self sufficient people. Yes, they are vulnerable at times, but they can take care of themselves and they are strong. In my opinion, they seem to have more depth than the male characters. The men are cool badasses with sharp tongues. The only male character that is allowed to be a bit vulnerable imo, is Budd. So does this mean the women are sterotypes or the men? Well, I wouldnÃ‚Â´t call the women that stereotypical just because they are allowed to be vulnerable. They just have more sides to their personalities. While the men in his movies can be disrepectful to women, by how they talk sometimes (like objectifying them) it does not mean Quenting portrays them as objects. Overall I would like to say that he empowers women in general.