This means that she has been a science genius since her very birth.
Despite her young age, Lisa is a good girl and has a strong sense of right, wrong and morality and she is always there to contradict Homer, Bart and on one occasion Marge whenever they do something reckless, idiotic or illegal, doing her very best to sway them to the path of the righteous due to fearing greatly for her father and brother's immortal soul but her standing as an outsider in her own family cause her to be ignored despite her best intentions.
Otherwise, she's the intelligent one who usually thinks things through.
She also cannot zip up her sleep suit and has difficulty sleeping at night without a story.
Over time, Lisa, although embarrassed by her family, is no longer ashamed to be a Simpson.
At times, Lisa appears to resist certain situations merely for the sake of resisting them, not because of any genuine ideological opposition.
Glasses Lisa's glasses are black-framed, with two circular lenses that are a translucent blue color, and only her pupils can be seen through them when she is wearing them.
She encourages the idea of feminism, women's rights, and the crusade against objectification and stereotypes of women.