The only one I can think of is Claude Chabrol, my favorite french director, who always associates women, his main protagonists, with resistance and strength and rebellion.
Goddard is the opposite. He proposes women to be the main upholders of bourgeoise materialims and the oppression of man, a conspiracy between God and women against man.
There's a story about him asking Jean Seaberg to have her character in "Breathless" rob her boyfriend once he's lying dead on the ground and take his wallet.
She refused to do it. After all, even a simpleton would figure that an upper class female architeture student and petty theft are a bit far fetched a match.