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13th May '17 5:28:36 PM eroock
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-->--'''Grumpy''', upon seeing Snow White for the first time in ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs''

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-->--'''Grumpy''', -->-- '''Grumpy''', upon seeing Snow White for the first time in ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs''
2nd May '17 2:12:25 PM IdumeanPatriot
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* ''Literature/{{Victoria}}'' features General Rumford as the main enemy of the independent-minded, LGBT-friendly Amazons of [[LadyLand Azania]], who launches a war on them specifically because he considers a country ruled by women an abomination that cannot be allowed to exist. Rumford is a hyper-conservative Christian dominionist who constantly throws insults at the Azanians, alternating between raging at the vile unnaturalness of female soldiers and simply dismissing them as silly women, and laughs at the idea that human rights should apply to them (or anyone, really, but ''especially'' women enemies). He ''literally'' has rebellious women burned at the stake, and sells defiant Azanians who will not submit to his conservative ideas into slavery, considering this a good deed that will teach them their proper place in the world. While the author appears to have honestly intended him as a ''sympathetic'' character, and he does have certain KnightTemplar-ish virtues otherwise, his misogyny really is incredibly over the top.
17th Apr '17 12:55:13 PM Smeagol17
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[[DoesNotLikeMen Women who don't like men]] will often be portrayed unsympathetically, but members of this trope are usually written to receive character development.

Interestingly, the ''actual'' Spear Counterpart to DoesNotLikeMen, unsympathetic portrayal and all, ''does'' exist -- a vast number of romance novel heroes are exactly that! However, most of the works that get represented on this wiki are [[MostWritersAreMale designed for a different audience]].

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[[DoesNotLikeMen Women who don't like men]] will often be portrayed unsympathetically, sympathetically, but members of this trope are usually written to receive character development.

Interestingly, the ''actual'' Spear Counterpart to DoesNotLikeMen, unsympathetic sympathetic portrayal and all, ''does'' exist -- a vast number of romance novel heroes are exactly that! However, most of the works that get represented on this wiki are [[MostWritersAreMale designed for a different audience]].
1st Mar '17 2:01:34 AM Yukianesa
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* Downplayed in ''Franchise/FatalFrame V''. Ren Hojo, the male player character of the game, is perfectly fine with women in general but uneasy when interacting with most of them, being oftentimes unable to look them in the eye in said interactions. His assistant, Rui (having lived in his residence for some time) notices that he frequently has nightmares and tends to be [[TalkingInYourSleep talking in his sleep]] while suffering said nightmares, from which she deduces his nightmares may be the reason behind his unease with women, and one of her notes has her wondering: "Are the women he's dreaming about really that frightening?"
27th Feb '17 1:09:52 PM unclejack
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* Dodd Gerhardt of ''Series/{{Fargo}}'' is a raging misogynist in addition to being a power-hungry, impulsive psychopath. He beats his wife and daughters and views his mother as being incapable of taking over the family business. He waxes poetic about the greatness of males and the weakness of females to a would-be victim.
-->"Son, you got yourself a woman problem. How I know is they've been plaguing me my whole life. What's the joke? Can't live with them, can't turn them into cat food. Personally, I don't see the value in all that talking and the mood swings and the lack of rational thinking, which, brother, your bitch has got that in spades. See, the male of the species has got the potential for greatness. Look at your kings of old. Napoleon, Kublai Khan, Samson. Giants made of muscle and steel. But these women, even in those Bible movies, you see a Delilah and, uh, Scheherazade. I want to tell you my own private belief here. I think Satan is a woman. Think about it."
16th Feb '17 8:48:50 AM Iris
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* A common MonsterOfTheWeek on ''Series/SweetVicious''. Special notice goes to Brady, the frat boy rapist in s1e08.
14th Jan '17 11:03:12 AM SimiOfDoom
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* BarbarianHero Karsa Orlong from ''Literature/MalazanBookOfTheFallen'' is not a straight example as he doesn't ''hate'' women, but he does believe them to be inferior, and holds them in deep contempt, initially believing that [[DeliberateValuesDissonance rape is totally okay]]. His interactions with [[HotWitch Samar Dev]] and various other women seem to be improving him for the better, although it's hard to tell completely; nonetheless, he delivers a massive PayEvilUntoEvil moment to [[spoiler:Bidithal]] for his paedophilia and abuse of [[spoiler:Felisin Younger]], which ''appalls'' him.
11th Jan '17 9:34:56 PM stickyheaders
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[[DoesNotLikeMen Women who don't like men]] will often be portrayed sympathetically, but members of this trope are usually just written as being bad from the start. Consequently, He-Man Woman Haters are very often (but not always) {{Straw Misogynist}}s, while their {{Distaff Counterpart}}s are much less likely to be {{Straw Feminist}}s.

Interestingly, the ''actual'' Spear Counterpart to DoesNotLikeMen, sympathetic portrayal and all, ''does'' exist -- a vast number of romance novel heroes are exactly that! However, most of the works that get represented on this wiki are [[MostWritersAreMale designed for a different audience]].

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[[DoesNotLikeMen Women who don't like men]] will often be portrayed sympathetically, unsympathetically, but members of this trope are usually just written as being bad from the start. Consequently, He-Man Woman Haters are very often (but not always) {{Straw Misogynist}}s, while their {{Distaff Counterpart}}s are much less likely to be {{Straw Feminist}}s.

receive character development.

Interestingly, the ''actual'' Spear Counterpart to DoesNotLikeMen, sympathetic unsympathetic portrayal and all, ''does'' exist -- a vast number of romance novel heroes are exactly that! However, most of the works that get represented on this wiki are [[MostWritersAreMale designed for a different audience]].
3rd Jan '17 1:18:36 AM Gaby007
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* Daena's point of view presents Baelor as this in [[http://archiveofourown.org/works/5320397/chapters/18743981 A Northern Dragoness]]. As he locks her away in her bedchamber and refuses to let her interact with anyone except for two or three persons, she may have a point. Forced isolation did such a number on her that she throws herself at Jonnel Stark - whose father's war heroism entitle to a royal bride - and behs him to take her baby sister with them at Winterfell, as she cannot stand the idea to leave her behind with a madman.

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* Daena's point of view presents Baelor as this in [[http://archiveofourown.''[[http://archiveofourown.org/works/5320397/chapters/18743981 A Northern Dragoness]].Dragoness]]''. As he locks her away in her bedchamber and refuses to let her interact with anyone except for two or three persons, she may have a point. Forced isolation did such a number on her that she throws herself at Jonnel Stark - whose father's war heroism entitle to a royal bride - and behs begs him to take her baby sister with them at Winterfell, as she cannot stand the idea to leave her behind with a madman.
3rd Jan '17 1:17:04 AM Gaby007
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* Daena's point of view presents Baelor as this in [[http://archiveofourown.org/works/5320397/chapters/18743981 A Northern Dragoness]]. As he locks her away in her bedchamber and refuses to let her interact with anyone except for two or three persons, she may have a point. Forced isolation did such a number on her that she throws herself at Jonnel Stark - whose father's war heroism entitle to a royal bride - and behs him to take her baby sister with them at Winterfell, as she cannot stand the idea to leave her behind with a madman.
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