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23rd Mar '17 12:50:35 PM IdumeanPatriot
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* The politically radicalized post-apocalyptic world of ''Literature/{{Victoria}}'' includes both versions.
** First, there is [[LadyLand Azania]], ruled by techno-progressive Amazons who [[StrawFeminist hate and fear men]], but also despise traditional women for being weak and submissive. They even have a law banning the wearing of [[RealWomenDontWearDresses dresses]], which they consider a symbol of female slavery under the old patriarchy they revolted against.
** And then there is the [[EvilReactionary Northern Confederation]], their enemies, whose Women's Auxiliary troops (who guard the Azanian prisoners) are the "Conservative Housewife" type and waver between pitying the Azanians as [[CondescendingCompassion poor, deluded victims of feminism]] and castigating them as [[InternalizedCategorism vile, unnatural hussies]].
8th Jan '17 5:25:23 AM Gaby007
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* The reason why Rosabella - heir to the Vongola and Decima candidate in ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12018948/10/Sky-Rose Sky Rose]]'' refuses to admire her great-grandmother Daniela Vongola, who served as the Eight Boss to a Mafia Famiglia. As the Mafia is full of sexist jerks thinking ''female'' equates ''weakness'', Daniela spent her entire reign trying to ''not'' be feminine, and that included treating other women as dirty sluts because she was better.
5th Jan '17 9:18:26 PM WanderingBrowser
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*In ''TabletopGame/{{Pathfinder}}'', due to being a DarkerAndEdgier setting of ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'', this is called out as one of the reasons why orcs and gnolls remain [[PoliticallyIncorrectVillain brutishly patriarchal in their cultures]]: in classic StupidEvil fashion, when a female orc or gnoll manages to acquire power for herself by exploiting loopholes in their culture or simply being strong enough to bully her way to the top, she tends to immediately come down in support of the laws exploiting other females, in order to minimize the risk of being challenged, as would be the case if females had more freedom.
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30th Dec '16 11:39:40 AM ironicusername
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheBoondocks'', a drunken Sarah justifies her CelebCrush Pretty Boy Flizzy hitting another woman, claiming that "bitches step out of line." She also says it's okay to hit women if they hit first or "talk about your Momma."
26th Dec '16 8:19:13 AM thatother1dude
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* '' WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'': As mentioned on the DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything page, Peridot's views on Pearls eerily resembles misogynistic prejudice, despite Peridot being female-presenting. Thankfully, [[CharacterDevelopment she gets better pretty quickly.]]
9th Sep '16 11:28:17 AM Isaac_Heller
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* Penny in the earlier seasons of ''Series/TheBigBangTheory'', who was a TerritorialSmurfette who made disparaging and slut-shaming remarks about other women [[{{Hypocrite}} despite being no virgin herself]]. It has been gradually toned down ever since she was given female friends in the form of Bernadette and Amy, but it still pops up on rare occasion.
9th Sep '16 11:25:20 AM Isaac_Heller
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* '' WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'': As mentioned on the DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything page, Peridot's views on Pearls eerily resembles misogynistic prejudice, despite Peridot being female-presenting.

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* '' WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'': As mentioned on the DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything page, Peridot's views on Pearls eerily resembles misogynistic prejudice, despite Peridot being female-presenting. Thankfully, [[CharacterDevelopment she gets better pretty quickly.]]
9th Sep '16 11:23:31 AM Isaac_Heller
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** Arya Stark, at least in the TV series. Unlike her book counterpart, Arya makes it clear she does not like traditionally feminine pursuits or girls who like that stuff.

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** Arya Stark, at least in the TV series. Stark also qualifies. Unlike her book counterpart, counterpart[[note]]In the books, Arya was a tomboy, but still defended the importance of the traditional gender roles women played and got along just fine with feminine girls so long as they didn't put her down for her own lack of femininity[[/note]], Arya makes it clear she does not like traditionally feminine pursuits or girls who like that stuff.


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-->'''Tywin:''' (laughs) You remind me of my daughter.
7th Sep '16 5:41:26 AM fearlessnikki
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--> '''Ms Norbury:''' You have ''got'' to stop calling each other sluts and whores. It just makes it okay for guys to call you sluts and whores.


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* {{Wrestling/Paige}} occasionally flirts with this, having disdain for anything [[RealWomenDontWearDresses too girly]] and claiming that the GirlyGirl Wrestling/BellaTwins weren't "real women".
6th Aug '16 6:17:11 PM Valiona
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* In ''Fanfic/OneYear'', one of [[VideoGame/{{Persona4}} Yu Narukami]]'s old friends, Hitomi Ayanokouji, has a mother who's like this. Mrs. Ayanokouji, who married into an extremely conservative and traditional family, strongly believes that women should StayInTheKitchen and that her daughter should accept her ArrangedMarriage, and so looks down on ambitious young women like Yu and Hitomi's mutual friend Sakura.



* Bella of ''Literature/{{Twilight}}'' fame is very much this - she loathes any women who ever acts on her emotions (despite acting almost exclusively on her own emotions) but excuses any inappropriate male behavior with the "he was angry/upset/overwhelmed" excuse. Women are expected to act rationally every single time, but men are allowed to indulge in their emotions. The only female characters who escape this are ones who worship her (and even then, only female vampires).

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* Bella of ''Literature/{{Twilight}}'' fame is very much this - she loathes any women who ever acts on her emotions (despite ([[{{Hypocrite}} despite acting almost exclusively on her own emotions) emotions]]) but excuses any inappropriate male behavior with the "he was angry/upset/overwhelmed" excuse. Women are expected to act rationally every single time, but men are allowed to indulge in their emotions. The only female characters who escape this are ones who worship her (and even then, only female vampires).



* For the first few years of ''WebComic/TheOrderOfTheStick,'' all named female characters hated all other named female characters. Summed up in this exchange:

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* For the first few years of ''WebComic/TheOrderOfTheStick,'' all named female characters hated all other named female characters.characters, ranging from being enemies (e.g. Haley and Sabine) to not getting along (e.g. Haley and Celia). Summed up in this exchange:
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