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22nd May '17 6:54:59 AM Fireblood
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* ''Series/TheHandmaidsTale'': The regime is run by these, with homosexuality punishable by death and called "gender treachery". Only fertile lesbians are spared, out of necessity.

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* ''Series/TheHandmaidsTale'': The regime is run by these, with homosexuality punishable by death and called "gender treachery". Only fertile lesbians are spared, out of necessity.necessity, [[spoiler:and being caught carrying on a lesbian affair is punished by a clitoridectomy]].
7th May '17 10:11:17 PM Zark
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In fiction, the wars on homosexuality and sadomasochism is more and more often played for laughs or as a way of highlighting [[PoliticallyIncorrectVillain how unsympathetic the antagonist is]]. (On the other hand, the Heteronormative Crusader might be the ''hero'' - or an antihero at worst - if [[SissyVillain the]] ''[[SissyVillain gays]]'' [[SissyVillain are the villains]].) Such an antagonist is likely to either be a StrawHypocrite, who uses a rival's sexuality as an excuse to attack him, or a hypocrite of the SexIsEvilAndIAmHorny kind.

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In fiction, the wars on homosexuality and sadomasochism is more and more often played for laughs or as a way of highlighting [[PoliticallyIncorrectVillain how unsympathetic the antagonist is]]. (On the other hand, the Heteronormative Crusader might be the ''hero'' - or an antihero at worst - if [[SissyVillain the]] ''[[SissyVillain gays]]'' [[SissyVillain [[DepravedHomosexual are the villains]].) Such an antagonist is likely to either be a StrawHypocrite, who uses a rival's sexuality as an excuse to attack him, or a hypocrite of the SexIsEvilAndIAmHorny kind.
26th Apr '17 1:24:20 AM Fireblood
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* On ''Series/{{Empire}}'', Lucious falls into this trope regarding his gay son Jamal. Lucious miustreats him from the beginning, even putting him in a trashcan when he acted effeminately as a child. He begins to grudgingly accept Jamal's sexuality in season 2, as long as he's not directly confronted with it. [[spoiler: However, when he walks in on Jamal alone with a closeted record producer, Lucious loses his cool and tells Jamal that he is a disappointment and he'll be celebrating when Jamal finally dies of AIDS.]]

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* On ''Series/{{Empire}}'', Lucious falls into this trope regarding his gay son Jamal. Lucious miustreats mistreats him from the beginning, even putting him in a trashcan when he acted effeminately as a child. He begins to grudgingly accept Jamal's sexuality in season 2, as long as he's not directly confronted with it. [[spoiler: However, when he walks in on Jamal alone with a closeted record producer, Lucious loses his cool and tells Jamal that he is a disappointment and he'll be celebrating when Jamal finally dies of AIDS.]]]]
* ''Series/TheHandmaidsTale'': The regime is run by these, with homosexuality punishable by death and called "gender treachery". Only fertile lesbians are spared, out of necessity.
6th Mar '17 2:40:21 PM Wyldchyld
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* PlayedForLaughs and for FetishFuel in ''SmallFavors'': Only naughty people are into BDSM, and they deserve to be [[KinkySpanking severely punished]] for it!

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* PlayedForLaughs and for FetishFuel in ''SmallFavors'': Only naughty people are into BDSM, and they deserve to be [[KinkySpanking severely punished]] for it!
26th Jan '17 11:08:48 AM erforce
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* Mary Brown, the director of the reparative therapy camp "True Directions" in ''ButImACheerleader''.

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* Mary Brown, the director of the reparative therapy camp "True Directions" in ''ButImACheerleader''.''Film/ButImACheerleader''.



* Inverted in ''Female Trouble'', where a character's aunt tries to coerce him into being gay, and describes heterosexuality as "sick" and "boring".

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* Inverted in ''Female Trouble'', ''Film/FemaleTrouble'', where a character's aunt tries to coerce him into being gay, and describes heterosexuality as "sick" and "boring".
29th Dec '16 5:02:59 PM DustSnitch
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* ''Podcast/PlumbingTheDeathStar'''s increasingly villainous interpretation of Professor Xavier is quick to judge homosexuals and uses his mind control as a form of conversion therapy.
-->''"We don't have a 'Don't ask, don't tell,' policy here, we just have a 'Don't,' policy."''
15th Dec '16 12:35:33 PM Rhodes7
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* ''Literature/{{Victoria}}'' has a whole arc dedicated to defeating the homosexual agenda in Maine, which receives government support only because Governor Snidely Hokem (yes, that's his name) is being blackmailed after being taken in by crossdressers and recorded. Protagonist John Rumford claims that nobody minds what people get up to in the privacy of their home, but when people parade their sins in public and demand acceptance, that's too much to bear.
16th Oct '16 7:24:56 PM CurledUpWithDakka
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* ''ComicBook/LifeWithArchieTheMarriedLife'': [[spoiler:Wendell]], the [[spoiler:MysteriousStranger]] taken in as a [[spoiler:busboy for the Chocklit Shoppe]] by Jughead, is later revealed in Issue #36 to be a homophobic gunman who shot spoiler:Kevin Keller's husband Clay Walker during one of his robberies in Issue #22 and went on a rampage by shooting down gay employees in the Southport Mall in Issue #30, and now seeks to end Kevin's life when his attempt to stop Kevin from becoming a senator on gun control failed. When [[spoiler:Wendell]] discovers that his cover is being blown, he hides behind the crowd and pulls out a gun to shoot Kevin. [[spoiler:However, Archie jumps into the fray to stop Wendell and ends up TakingTheBullet for Kevin, leading to Wendell's arrest.]]

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* ''ComicBook/LifeWithArchieTheMarriedLife'': [[spoiler:Wendell]], the [[spoiler:MysteriousStranger]] taken in as a [[spoiler:busboy for the Chocklit Shoppe]] by Jughead, is later revealed in Issue #36 to be a homophobic gunman who shot spoiler:Kevin [[spoiler:Kevin Keller's husband Clay Walker during one of his robberies robberies]] in Issue #22 and went on a rampage by shooting down gay employees in the Southport Mall in Issue #30, and now seeks to end Kevin's life when his attempt to stop Kevin from becoming a senator on gun control failed. When [[spoiler:Wendell]] discovers that his cover is being blown, he hides behind the crowd and pulls out a gun to shoot Kevin. [[spoiler:However, Archie jumps into the fray to stop Wendell and ends up TakingTheBullet for Kevin, leading to Wendell's arrest.]]
13th Oct '16 4:41:28 PM Gamermaster
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* Zigzagged with Larisa from ''Webcomic/SandraAndWoo''; she tells to Zoey that she's completely OK with lesbians (of course, in the pragmatic way of "less competition for hot guys"). Gay guys, on the other hand, are fair game (because it means she can't have them and they add to the competition).


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11th Oct '16 5:45:04 PM StrixObscuro
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* ''ComicBook/ThePride'', being a comic book series about a team where every member is gay, naturally has a bunch of these as its villains, with the BigBad basically being an even-more villainous version of [[http://wwww.wikipedia.org/Fred_Phelps Fred Phelps]].
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