History DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale / WebComics

22nd Mar '18 11:27:26 PM wingedcatgirl
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* In ''Webcomic/{{Greg}}'' there are many instances where Greg gets abused by women. [[http://gregcomic.com/2012/01/02/storyline-a-silver-lining-part-15/ Here]] he is, taking it in the family jewels. [[http://gregcomic.com/2011/08/08/guilt-by-association-part-13/ Here]] he is getting his skull bashed in.

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* In ''Webcomic/{{Greg}}'' there are many instances where Greg gets abused by women. [[http://gregcomic.com/2012/01/02/storyline-a-silver-lining-part-15/ Here]] he is, taking it in the family jewels. [[http://gregcomic.com/2011/08/08/guilt-by-association-part-13/ Here]] he is getting his skull bashed in.
31st May '17 2:00:42 PM cdrood
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* In ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'', [[http://www.egscomics.com/?date=2013-04-22 Elliot and Sarah discuss the trope]] after [[spoiler:they have just broken up]].

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* In ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'', [[http://www.egscomics.com/?date=2013-04-22 Elliot and Sarah discuss the trope]] after [[spoiler:they have just broken up]].up]].
** The whole concept of the subspace hammers used early on in the strip were all about this trope. It was canonically stated that the hammers were created so women could get retribution on men who made sexist remarks without causing permanent injury. It was actually done to encourage such remarks for humor's sake and give everyone a reason to feel better about them later.
29th May '17 8:19:29 AM NoriMori
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* Subverted in ''Webcomic/QuestionableContent'' when The [=VespAvenger=] - a woman who drives around on a Vespa scooter, attacking boys who are awful to their girlfriends - is stopped by Martin and Faye. They try to point out the double standard by asking her if she'd be horrified by the thought of a man riding around on a Harley beating up women who treat their boyfriends like crap, but the [=VespAvenger=] says that she'd have no problem with that...and ask for his phone number. In the same comic, the fact that Faye uses Martin as a punching bag is shown to be the result of severe mental trauma, and she gets called out on it more than once and tries to be better about it, mostly shifting to [[DeadpanSnarker snark]] as the comic goes on.

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* Subverted in ''Webcomic/QuestionableContent'' when The [=VespAvenger=] - a woman who drives around on a Vespa scooter, attacking boys who are awful to their girlfriends - is stopped by Martin Marten and Faye. They try to point out the double standard by asking her if she'd be horrified by the thought of a man riding around on a Harley beating up women who treat their boyfriends like crap, but the [=VespAvenger=] says that she'd have no problem with that...and ask for his phone number. In the same comic, the fact that Faye uses Martin Marten as a punching bag is shown to be the result of severe mental trauma, and she gets called out on it more than once and tries to be better about it, mostly shifting to [[DeadpanSnarker snark]] as the comic goes on.
26th Feb '15 1:03:31 PM TheUnsquished
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* There is a strip in ''SexyLosers'' where the author reverses the genders of Kenta and his horny mom, making it about a teenage girl being sexually molested by her middle aged father instead of a teenage boy being sexually molested by his middle aged mother. The audience he's presenting his gender-flipped version to beats the crap out of him. Making sure to [[DontExplainTheJoke completely point out]] the DoubleStandard that people let him get away with due to this trope, the author even says in the final panel "It's the ''same damn joke''!"

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* There is a strip in ''SexyLosers'' ''Webcomic/SexyLosers'' where the author reverses the genders of Kenta and his horny mom, making it about a teenage girl being sexually molested by her middle aged father instead of a teenage boy being sexually molested by his middle aged mother. The audience he's presenting his gender-flipped version to beats the crap out of him. Making sure to [[DontExplainTheJoke completely point out]] the DoubleStandard that people let him get away with due to this trope, the author even says in the final panel "It's the ''same damn joke''!"



* In ''TwoKinds'', [[TheChick Flora]] ripping through [[ChivalrousPervert Eric's]] shirt and leaving bloody gashes on his chest is played for laughs. Eric's brother pulling his slave [[MsFanservice Katharine's]] hair makes him a dickhead.

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* In ''TwoKinds'', ''Webcomic/TwoKinds'', [[TheChick Flora]] ripping through [[ChivalrousPervert Eric's]] shirt and leaving bloody gashes on his chest is played for laughs. Eric's brother pulling his slave [[MsFanservice Katharine's]] hair makes him a dickhead.



* Subverted in ''QuestionableContent'' when The [=VespAvenger=] - a woman who drives around on a Vespa scooter, attacking boys who are awful to their girlfriends - is stopped by Martin and Faye. They try to point out the double standard by asking her if she'd be horrified by the thought of a man riding around on a Harley beating up women who treat their boyfriends like crap, but the [=VespAvenger=] says that she'd have no problem with that...and ask for his phone number. In the same comic, the fact that Faye uses Martin as a punching bag is shown to be the result of severe mental trauma, and she gets called out on it more than once and tries to be better about it, mostly shifting to [[DeadpanSnarker snark]] as the comic goes on.
* Lucy from ''BittersweetCandyBowl'' would often physically abuse and insult Mike, [[spoiler: which destroyed their friendship and caused him to completely snap and blow up at her, which drove her into a suicidal depression.]] Although Mike could have handled the situation better than he did, the majority of the fanbase is guilty of the double standard, as they view Lucy as a saint and think Mike is the sole problem, refusing to listen when someone points out Lucy's flaws and whenever someone points out that Lucy's behavior was not nice or normal.

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* Subverted in ''QuestionableContent'' ''Webcomic/QuestionableContent'' when The [=VespAvenger=] - a woman who drives around on a Vespa scooter, attacking boys who are awful to their girlfriends - is stopped by Martin and Faye. They try to point out the double standard by asking her if she'd be horrified by the thought of a man riding around on a Harley beating up women who treat their boyfriends like crap, but the [=VespAvenger=] says that she'd have no problem with that...and ask for his phone number. In the same comic, the fact that Faye uses Martin as a punching bag is shown to be the result of severe mental trauma, and she gets called out on it more than once and tries to be better about it, mostly shifting to [[DeadpanSnarker snark]] as the comic goes on.
* Lucy from ''BittersweetCandyBowl'' ''Webcomic/BittersweetCandyBowl'' would often physically abuse and insult Mike, [[spoiler: which destroyed their friendship and caused him to completely snap and blow up at her, which drove her into a suicidal depression.]] Although Mike could have handled the situation better than he did, the majority of the fanbase is guilty of the double standard, as they view Lucy as a saint and think Mike is the sole problem, refusing to listen when someone points out Lucy's flaws and whenever someone points out that Lucy's behavior was not nice or normal.



* SanThreeKingdomsComic: Taken UpToEleven. It's a regular occurrence for people to die simply because they pissed their wife off (though death is much less permanent when this happens).

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* SanThreeKingdomsComic: ''Webcomic/SanThreeKingdomsComic'': Taken UpToEleven. It's a regular occurrence for people to die simply because they pissed their wife off (though death is much less permanent when this happens).
18th Jan '15 5:16:11 PM oofgnileud
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* Subverted in ''QuestionableContent'' when The Vespa Avenger - a woman who drives around on a Vespa scooter, attacking boys who are awful to their girlfriends - is stopped by Martin and Faye. When they ask her to imagine a guy doing the same to women who treat their boyfriends like crap, The Avenger says that she'd have no problem with that...and ask for his phone number. In the same comic, the fact that Faye uses Martin as a punching bag is shown to be the result of severe mental trauma, and she gets called out on it more than once and tries to be better about it, mostly shifting to [[DeadpanSnarker snark]] as the comic goes on.

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* Subverted in ''QuestionableContent'' when The Vespa Avenger [=VespAvenger=] - a woman who drives around on a Vespa scooter, attacking boys who are awful to their girlfriends - is stopped by Martin and Faye. When they ask They try to point out the double standard by asking her to imagine a guy doing if she'd be horrified by the same to thought of a man riding around on a Harley beating up women who treat their boyfriends like crap, The Avenger but the [=VespAvenger=] says that she'd have no problem with that...and ask for his phone number. In the same comic, the fact that Faye uses Martin as a punching bag is shown to be the result of severe mental trauma, and she gets called out on it more than once and tries to be better about it, mostly shifting to [[DeadpanSnarker snark]] as the comic goes on.
18th Jan '15 1:05:24 PM Iwishtologin
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* The implications of AbuseIsOkayWhenItIsFemaleOnMale in an episode of House are explored in this [[http://i.imgur.com/DTnZh.png FUU Comic]]. A woman commits credit fraud, puts nude pictures of him up on the internet and steals his facebook account. The moral? Chase is wrong for spurning her because they were sexually incompatible.

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* The implications of AbuseIsOkayWhenItIsFemaleOnMale DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale in an episode of House are explored in this [[http://i.imgur.com/DTnZh.png FUU Comic]]. A woman commits credit fraud, puts nude pictures of him up on the internet and steals his facebook account. The moral? Chase is wrong for spurning her because they were sexually incompatible.
16th Nov '14 12:53:41 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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* DumbingOfAge: Joyce, an ''extremely'' sheltered girl entering college, honestly believes punching [[AllMenArePerverts Joe]] has no effect as men are stronger than women. He very much does not think this is so.

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* DumbingOfAge: ''Webcomic/DumbingOfAge'': Joyce, an ''extremely'' sheltered girl entering college, honestly believes punching [[AllMenArePerverts Joe]] has no effect as men are stronger than women. He very much does not think this is so.
22nd May '14 1:59:32 PM chopshop
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** Note that in-universe this ends up being an aversion as [[spoiler: Vriska's abuse ends up escalating severely, ending in her murdering Tavros when he finally stands up to her]].
** Played ''sort of'' straight with Spades Slick and Snowman, but only because Slick is TheChewToy who suffers abuse from ''everyone''. Usually [[{{Jerkass}} bringing it upon himself]]. Not to mention Slick is just as capable of dealing out punishment as Snowman and [[spoiler: he ends up [[TheDogBitesBack shooting her dead]] at the end of Act 5 (though not because of her tormenting behavior)]].
9th Feb '14 7:27:12 AM NoPlaceLikeLondon64
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* ''BittersweetCandyBowl'', Lucy's past habits of violence. [[spoiler:She got better]]. Also eventually deconstructed with how this affected Mike's opinion of her in the long run; he becomes ''very'' bitter, to the point where [[spoiler:his repeated rejections and denials of her feelings for him become emotionally abusive]].
** You'd have trouble convincing a lot of the [[FanDumb fans]] of Lucy's misbehavior though.

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* ''BittersweetCandyBowl'', Lucy from ''BittersweetCandyBowl'' would often physically abuse and insult Mike, [[spoiler: which destroyed their friendship and caused him to completely snap and blow up at her, which drove her into a suicidal depression.]] Although Mike could have handled the situation better than he did, the majority of the fanbase is guilty of the double standard, as they view Lucy as a saint and think Mike is the sole problem, refusing to listen when someone points out Lucy's past habits of violence. [[spoiler:She got better]]. Also eventually deconstructed with how this affected Mike's opinion of her in the long run; he becomes ''very'' bitter, to the point where [[spoiler:his repeated rejections flaws and denials of her feelings for him become emotionally abusive]].
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