Not to be too pedantic, but do not use bodybuilding and strength training interchangeably. While they both lift weights, typically, the goals and the workouts are pretty different. I mention it because if you search on one and then the other, you'd probably get widely varying workouts and that could be confusing. Bodybuilders seem to focus more on isolation moves, higher rep, higher frequency exercising. Their goal is largely to get big, not necessarily strong (but that is certainly a byproduct). The goal of strength training is to get strong (not necessarily big). So figure out which one you prefer.
I will agree that strength training should not differ much between men and women, especially at the beginning stages. I can speak for strength training with a goal of getting strong (not necessarily big).
This is all your really need. startingstrength.wikia.com/wiki/The_Starti
I've been progressing on this program for over a year now. It's quick, simple and effective. I would highly recommend buying the DVD and practicing form. Form is critical. The DVD does show him working with women, but there really is no difference in how he handles gender.
A site that embraces Starting Strength pretty strongly is www.reddit.com/r/Fitness/
. See their FAQ for lots of details.
I don't know enough about bodybuilding to recommend particular routines.
You can always ask questions here too. Lots of the fellas here lift.