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16th Feb '18 2:59:34 PM johnnye
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* Agatha Trunchbull of ''Literature/{{Matilda}}'' is an [[EvilTeacher Evil Headmistress]] who [[ChildHater hates all children]], but she is ''particular'' repulsed by little girls.

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* Agatha Trunchbull of ''Literature/{{Matilda}}'' is an a [[JerkJock butch]] [[EvilTeacher Evil Headmistress]] who [[ChildHater hates all children]], but she is ''particular'' ''particularly'' repulsed by little girls.
16th Feb '18 2:45:06 PM johnnye
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* Agatha Trunchbull of ''Literature/{{Matilda}}'' is an [[EvilTeacher Evil Headmistress]] who [[ChildHater hates all children]], but she is ''particular'' repulsed by little girls.
-->''"I have discovered...that a bad girl is a far more dangerous creature than a bad boy. What's more, they're much harder to squash. Nasty dirty things, little girls are. Glad I never was one."''
11th Feb '18 1:11:30 PM i4wpuw6sh8
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* Another variation is a woman who is very traditionally feminine and believes that women should StayInTheKitchen. Often appearing as an [[HeteronormativeCrusader extremely conservative housewife]], thinks that women are inferior to men and that she's "one of the good ones" who know their proper place. She will look down on women who try to "act like men" and will probably agree with the MadonnaWhoreComplex.

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* Another variation - one on the opposite end of the politico-cultural spectrum - is a woman who is very traditionally feminine and believes that women should StayInTheKitchen. Often appearing as an [[HeteronormativeCrusader extremely conservative housewife]], thinks that women are inferior to men and that she's "one of the good ones" who know their proper place. She doesn't ''literally'' hate women, of course, since she fully identifies as one herself; but she will look down on women who try to "act like men" and will probably agree with the MadonnaWhoreComplex.
6th Feb '18 3:01:46 PM nanakiro
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* In the Korean comic ''Boy of the Female Wolf'' the cross-dressing (straight) female protagonist dislikes females because [[MissingMom her mom]] [[ParentalAbandonment left her]] when she remarried and her female classmates are shallow airheads. The only woman she sort-of respected was her grandma, and she "left" her by dying, forcing her to move in with her mom.


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* In the Korean comic ''Boy of the Female Wolf'' the cross-dressing (straight) female protagonist dislikes females because [[MissingMom her mom]] [[ParentalAbandonment left her]] when she remarried and her female classmates are shallow airheads. The only woman she sort-of respected was her grandma, and she "left" her by dying, forcing her to move in with her mom.
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29th Jan '18 11:11:49 AM lluewhyn
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** The show has had an increasing number of these characters. The book versions of Arya and Brienne had difficulty mastering typical feminine pursuits (Arya because of skill difficulties, and Brienne had the wrong body type), and thus have severe self-esteem issues about not being able to fit into their society, but the show has adapted this to mean that they hate other women. In the book, Jeyne Westerling is a young teenager suddenly married to Robb Stark and trying to figure out how to be a proper Queen and wife to him in trying times, whereas the show's counterpart of her (Talisa Maegyr) is "not like other girls" and disdains any kind of pageantry or feminine arts.
21st Jan '18 7:46:12 AM fearlessnikki
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* The Pink song "Stupid Girls" merely encourages young girls and women to cultivate their minds more. The video on the other hand has an angel associating stupidity with anything girly or traditionally feminine - while smartness is associated with things like playing football (traditionally masculine). The row of 'stupid' objects at the end are all symbols of femininity such as dolls, make-up and [[PinkMeansFeminine pink things]].
7th Jan '18 10:04:45 AM Multiplesarcasms31
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** Aunt Lydia also qualifies as she seems keen on SlutShaming and breaking down other women to become obedient and submissive to the commanders.

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** Aunt Lydia also qualifies as she seems keen on SlutShaming SlutShaming, VictimBlaming women who've been raped, and breaking down other women to become obedient and submissive to the commanders.
7th Jan '18 9:59:51 AM Multiplesarcasms31
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* Serena Joy from ''Series/TheHandmaidsTale'' is a hardcore fundamentalist who believes women's primary function is in the home and to make babies and held a key role in shaping the deeply oppressive society of Gilead.
** Aunt Lydia also qualifies as she seems keen on SlutShaming and breaking down other women to become obedient and submissive to the commanders.
16th Dec '17 3:02:55 AM StFan
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* [[Myth/GreekMythology Athena]] can occasionally act like one of these. She tends to help male humans over female ones, and once [[{{Medusa}} transformed one of her priestesses into a monster for getting raped]][[note]]at least in Ovid's ''Metamorphoses''; in the original mythology Medusa was ''always'' a monster[[/note]]. On the other hand, despite her [[TheVow Vow of Chastity]], she isn't as vindictive towards men that she gets angry at; while her half-sister Artemis ''killed'' a man for seeing her bathing naked[[note]]to twist the knife, she transformed him into a deer so he could be eaten alive by his own hounds[[/note]], Athena showed mercy to Tiresias for doing the same thing (and also gave him the gift of prophecy as compensation for blinding him - it was an accident, after all).

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* [[Myth/GreekMythology Athena]] Myth/GreekMythology: Athena can occasionally act like one of these. She tends to help male humans over female ones, and once [[{{Medusa}} transformed one of her priestesses into a monster for getting raped]][[note]]at least in Ovid's ''Metamorphoses''; in the original mythology Medusa was ''always'' a monster[[/note]]. On the other hand, despite her [[TheVow Vow of Chastity]], she isn't as vindictive towards men that she gets angry at; while her half-sister Artemis ''killed'' a man for seeing her bathing naked[[note]]to twist the knife, she transformed him into a deer so he could be eaten alive by his own hounds[[/note]], Athena showed mercy to Tiresias for doing the same thing (and also gave him the gift of prophecy as compensation for blinding him - -- it was an accident, after all).



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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".

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* {{Wrestling/Paige}} Wrestling/{{Paige}} occasionally flirts with this, having disdain for anything [[RealWomenDontWearDresses too girly]] and claiming that the GirlyGirl Wrestling/BellaTwins weren't "real women".



* The infamous Alecto review of ''Series/{{Firefly}}'' has shades of this, combined with StrawFeminist. While it constantly attacks Creator/JossWhedon and Creator/NathanFillion, accusing them both of being women-hating domestic abusive rapists, the review also constantly dismisses many of the female characters, notably [[HookerWithAHeartOfGold Inara]], who is referred to as 'a fuck buddy', while also insulting women who enjoy Joss Whedon's programming (calling them 'feminist lite'), and accusing Whedon's wife of being a gold digger only interested in his money, imagines that Whedon is abusive towards her, and ''then victim-blames her for the hypothetical abuse''.

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* The infamous Alecto review of ''Series/{{Firefly}}'' has shades of this, combined with StrawFeminist. While it constantly attacks Creator/JossWhedon and Creator/NathanFillion, accusing them both of being women-hating domestic abusive rapists, the review also constantly dismisses many of the female characters, notably [[HookerWithAHeartOfGold Inara]], who is referred to as 'a "a fuck buddy', buddy", while also insulting women who enjoy Joss Whedon's programming (calling them 'feminist lite'), "feminist lite"), and accusing Whedon's wife of being a gold digger only interested in his money, imagines that Whedon is abusive towards her, and ''then victim-blames her for the hypothetical abuse''.



* For the first few years of ''WebComic/TheOrderOfTheStick'', Haley rarely gets along for very long with other women, either good (Miko, Celia) or evil (Crystal, Sabine, Samantha, Tsukiko -- she jokes once she's always fighting "flying skanks"). There are exceptions, however, as she's best friends with Vaarsuvius (whose gender is unclear, though) and seems to have no problem with Niu (in Azure City) or Jenny (in the backstory), and later Bandana. So it's more of a case of only meeting women whose personalities clash with hers. She recognizes this trait of hers and tries to move beyond it by book 6:

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* For the first few years of ''WebComic/TheOrderOfTheStick'', ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'', Haley rarely gets along for very long with other women, either good (Miko, Celia) or evil (Crystal, Sabine, Samantha, Tsukiko -- she jokes once she's always fighting "flying skanks"). There are exceptions, however, as she's best friends with Vaarsuvius (whose gender is unclear, though) and seems to have no problem with Niu (in Azure City) or Jenny (in the backstory), and later Bandana. So it's more of a case of only meeting women whose personalities clash with hers. She recognizes this trait of hers and tries to move beyond it by book 6:



* In ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'', .GIFfany views human women as judgemental and unpredictable and believes that they will just make fun of Soos. She will also kill any girl that comes between her and Soos.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'', .GIFfany ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'', [=.GIFfany=] views human women as judgemental judgmental and unpredictable and believes that they will just make fun of Soos. She will also kill any girl that comes between her and Soos.



16th Dec '17 2:54:47 AM StFan
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* For the first few years of ''WebComic/TheOrderOfTheStick,'' all named female characters hated all other named female 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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* For the first few years of ''WebComic/TheOrderOfTheStick,'' all named female characters hated all ''WebComic/TheOrderOfTheStick'', Haley rarely gets along for very long with other named female characters, ranging from being enemies (e.g. Haley women, either good (Miko, Celia) or evil (Crystal, Sabine, Samantha, Tsukiko -- she jokes once she's always fighting "flying skanks"). There are exceptions, however, as she's best friends with Vaarsuvius (whose gender is unclear, though) and Sabine) seems to not getting along (e.g. Haley have no problem with Niu (in Azure City) or Jenny (in the backstory), and Celia). Summed up in later Bandana. So it's more of a case of only meeting women whose personalities clash with hers. She recognizes this exchange: trait of hers and tries to move beyond it by book 6:
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