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29th May '16 9:10:50 PM comicwriter
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** ''WesternAnimation/RobotChicken'' portrayed Wonder Woman this way for a parody of ''Series/TheRealWorld'', where the raging feminist with a chip on her shoulder is practically a stock character. At one point, while comforting Catwoman, she remarks [[HomoeroticSubtext "Who needs men anyway?"]], and the sketch ends with her [[BerserkButton jumping up, shouting "THAT'S IT!" and beating the stuffing out of the Hulk]] because [[DisproportionateRetribution he mistook poker for Yahtzee]].

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** ''WesternAnimation/RobotChicken'' portrayed Wonder Woman this way for a parody of ''Series/TheRealWorld'', where the raging feminist with a chip on her shoulder is practically a stock character. At one point, while comforting Catwoman, Comicbook/{{Catwoman}}, she remarks [[HomoeroticSubtext "Who needs men anyway?"]], and the sketch ends with her [[BerserkButton jumping up, shouting "THAT'S IT!" and beating the stuffing out of of]] [[Comicbok/TheIncredibleHulk the Hulk]] because [[DisproportionateRetribution he mistook poker for Yahtzee]].



** Valkyrie started as this, fighting first the Avengers and then the Hulk in the name of defeating "male chauvinist pigs." She still falls into it [[DependingOnTheWriter sometimes]], for example she spent her Comicbook/AvengersAcademy guest appearance lecturing the female students how much men suck and how women don't really need them especially for sex, urging the girls to use vibrators instead.

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** Valkyrie started as this, fighting first the Avengers Comicbook/TheAvengers (though that turned out to be Enchantress in disguise) and then the Hulk in the name of defeating "male chauvinist pigs." She still falls into it [[DependingOnTheWriter sometimes]], for example she spent her Comicbook/AvengersAcademy guest appearance lecturing the female students how much men suck and how women don't really need them especially for sex, urging the girls to use vibrators instead.
23rd May '16 9:53:28 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* Ariel, the villain of the ''WesternAnimation/TotallySpies'' episode "W.O.W." (and the only villain in the series [[PoliticallyIncorrectVillain motivated by bigotry]], it seems) is the current leader of the Sisterhood, an AncientConspiracy that sought to eliminate all men and inferior females (women who were not the "chosen ones") gain their place as the true rulers of the world. It seemed that none of them knew the most obvious flaw in such an act (how to avoid humanity's extinction if such a plan succeeded) but ironically, Sam is a descendent of the original group.
30th Apr '16 8:07:47 AM ironicusername
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* Subverted on' 'WesternAnimation/Rugrats'': Phil and Lil's Mom may appear like a bad "manly feminist" stereotype at first (which got lost on several modern viewers, who misinterpret her as AmbigiouslyGay), but she's never portrayed negatively.

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* Subverted on' 'WesternAnimation/Rugrats'': 'WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'': Phil and Lil's Mom Mom, Betty DeVille, may appear like a bad "manly feminist" stereotype at first (which got lost on several modern went over the head of some viewers, who misinterpret misinterpreted her as AmbigiouslyGay), AmbiguouslyGay), but she's never portrayed negatively.
30th Apr '16 8:03:53 AM ironicusername
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* Subverted on' 'WesternAnimation/Rugrats'': Phil and Lil's Mom may appear like a bad "manly feminist" stereotype at first (which got lost on several modern viewers, who misinterpret her as AmbigiouslyGay), but she's never portrayed negatively.
28th Apr '16 10:32:41 PM CaptainTedium
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* "Prime's Rib", a story exclusive to the UK version of the [[Creator/MarvelComics Marvel-published]] [[ComicBook/TheTransformers Transformers]] comic, explained the female Autobot Arcee's existence as being created by the Autobots to appease a group of feminists that whined about the Transformers identifying as male even when told that Transformers technically have no gender. Even after Arcee's creation, the feminists are still not happy and proceed to complain about Arcee looking weak, being colored pink, and being the only female Transformer in existence. Though they are eventually won over by Arcee single-handedly stopping a Decepticon attack, they take exception to Hot Rod stating that he's all for Transformer women.

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* "Prime's Rib", a story exclusive to the UK version of the [[Creator/MarvelComics Marvel-published]] [[ComicBook/TheTransformers Transformers]] comic, explained the female Autobot Arcee's existence as being created by the Autobots to appease a group of feminists that whined about the Transformers identifying as male even when told that Transformers technically have no gender. Even after Arcee's creation, the feminists are still not happy and proceed to complain about Arcee looking weak, being colored pink, and being the only female Transformer in existence. Though they are eventually won over by Arcee single-handedly stopping a Decepticon attack, they take They especially took exception to Hot Rod stating that he's all for Transformer women.women after he inadvertently ended up colliding into Arcee.
28th Apr '16 10:28:54 PM CaptainTedium
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* "Prime's Rib", a story exclusive to the UK version of the [[Creator/MarvelComics Marvel-published]] [[ComicBook/TheTransformers Transformers]] comic, the female Autobot Arcee's existence is explained as being created by the Autobots to appease a group of feminists that whined about the Transformers identifying as male even when told that Transformers technically have no gender. Even after Arcee's creation, the feminists are still not happy and proceed to complain about Arcee looking weak, being colored pink, and being the only female Transformer in existence.

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* "Prime's Rib", a story exclusive to the UK version of the [[Creator/MarvelComics Marvel-published]] [[ComicBook/TheTransformers Transformers]] comic, explained the female Autobot Arcee's existence is explained as being created by the Autobots to appease a group of feminists that whined about the Transformers identifying as male even when told that Transformers technically have no gender. Even after Arcee's creation, the feminists are still not happy and proceed to complain about Arcee looking weak, being colored pink, and being the only female Transformer in existence. Though they are eventually won over by Arcee single-handedly stopping a Decepticon attack, they take exception to Hot Rod stating that he's all for Transformer women.
28th Apr '16 10:25:59 PM CaptainTedium
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* In the 234th issue of the UK version of the [[Creator/MarvelComics Marvel-published]] [[ComicBook/TheTransformers Transformers]] comic, the female Autobot Arcee's existence is explained as being created by the Autobots to appease a group of feminists that whined about the Transformers identifying as male even when told that Transformers technically have no gender. Even after Arcee's creation, the feminists are still not happy and proceed to complain about Arcee looking weak, being colored pink, and being the only female Transformer in existence.

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* In the 234th issue of "Prime's Rib", a story exclusive to the UK version of the [[Creator/MarvelComics Marvel-published]] [[ComicBook/TheTransformers Transformers]] comic, the female Autobot Arcee's existence is explained as being created by the Autobots to appease a group of feminists that whined about the Transformers identifying as male even when told that Transformers technically have no gender. Even after Arcee's creation, the feminists are still not happy and proceed to complain about Arcee looking weak, being colored pink, and being the only female Transformer in existence.
17th Apr '16 4:24:02 PM JetpackPercy
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* Episode 7 of the fictional [[CoveredInGunge mess-as-penalty]] television series, [[https://tellygunge.wordpress.com/2016/04/14/comeuppance-episode-7-introduction/ Comeuppance]], features a power-mad fun-hating straw feminist student union officer as one of the contestants, who argues that having 50.3% of cis-males in Larchester University's student body proves how 'privileged' they are, and bans males from taking the officer role. [[https://tellygunge.wordpress.com/2016/04/17/comeuppance-episode-7-update/ The update]] ([=NSFW=] due to nudity) also features another straw feminist who argues the director is a pig for gunging women only, calls him 'a misogynist and a perv', and promptly takes off her shirt to show she wears no bra to protest. Naturally, she's shown as a joke.
13th Apr '16 4:19:44 PM HighCrate
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Typical depictions of Straw Feminists usually present them as [[DoesNotLikeMen man-haters]] who exhibit PoliticalCorrectnessGoneMad. Expect depictions to show them as stereotypical [[ButchLesbian butch lesbians]], unattractive elderly women or attractive yet devious [[FemmeFatale femme fatales,]] or in [[UpToEleven the more extreme cases]] being hyper-militants that see [[DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale obscene violence towards]], the [[ANaziByAnyOtherName Nazi-like]] [[DayOfTheJackboot subjugation of]], or even [[KillThemAll the total]] [[{{Gendercide}} extermination of]] any living being with a Y chromosome as an acceptable thing to do. It is not uncommon to see works from textbook feminists using this depiction to criticize the more radical forms of feminism.

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Typical depictions of Straw Feminists usually present them as [[DoesNotLikeMen man-haters]] misandrists]] who exhibit PoliticalCorrectnessGoneMad. Expect depictions to show them as stereotypical [[ButchLesbian butch lesbians]], unattractive elderly women or attractive yet devious [[FemmeFatale femme fatales,]] or in [[UpToEleven the more extreme cases]] being hyper-militants that see [[DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale obscene violence towards]], the [[ANaziByAnyOtherName Nazi-like]] [[DayOfTheJackboot subjugation of]], or even [[KillThemAll the total]] [[{{Gendercide}} extermination of]] any living being with a Y chromosome as an acceptable thing to do. It is not uncommon to see works from textbook feminists using this depiction to criticize the more radical forms of feminism.



** In a move that borders on the clever, Wondy's archenemies are sometimes portrayed this way. Circe is a clear man-hater and the first Cheetah is of the "tries to tear down other women due to build herself up" type who hides her real attitude through her vapid beauty products.

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** In a move that borders on the clever, Wondy's archenemies are sometimes portrayed this way. Circe is a clear man-hater misandrist and the first Cheetah is of the "tries to tear down other women due to build herself up" type who hides her real attitude through her vapid beauty products.



** There's a particularly dreadful example in the ''Series/DoctorWho'' story "The Time Monster": Dr. Ruth Ingram spends most of her time complaining about men just for the sake of it, and being a hypocrite about it as well, which is a typical example of feminists being portrayed as simple man-haters. It doesn't help matters a lot that even though the script is playing it as if her grievances aren't legitimate, a lot of her complaints are about things that are actually shown happening to her in the story - her boss says things like "Don't you worry your pretty little head about it" to her, and it's hard to argue that he isn't 'in love with his own sense of male superiority' when he calls himself ''TheMaster''.

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** There's a particularly dreadful example in the ''Series/DoctorWho'' story "The Time Monster": [[StrawFeminist Dr. Ruth Ingram Ingram]] spends most of her time [[DoesNotLikeMen complaining about men just for the sake of it, it]], and being a hypocrite about it as well, which is a typical example of feminists being portrayed as simple man-haters. well. It doesn't help matters a lot that even though the script is playing it as if her grievances aren't legitimate, a lot of her complaints are about things that are actually shown happening to her in the story - her boss says things like "Don't you worry your pretty little head about it" to her, and it's hard to argue that he isn't 'in love with his own sense of male superiority' when he calls himself ''TheMaster''.her.



* Averted in Leftover Soup: When asked by an employee why she would use the breasts of an other employee in an advertisement for her computer repair shop, Lily Hammerschmidt announces that she is, in fact, not pro-women but anti-men, and therefore has no scruples about sexually exploiting women in order to get men to give her their money. The male protagonist tries to get along with her, in a way that would work with even the most extremist feminists, but he does not succeed, as Lily doesn't believe in the humanity of men and is only confused when he tells her he read her porny sci-fi series for the sci-fi. All of it. Without masturbating. She is an interesting case in that she has the same low opinion on men's self control that misogynists usually have, (she doesn't want to be alone in a room with a man - sounds familiar, doesn't it?) but has a different solution to the problem: In her sci-fi series there are no men, as the artificial reproduction that is necessary due to some infertilizing disease only works with female fetuses.

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* Averted in Leftover Soup: When asked by an employee why she would use the breasts of an other employee in an advertisement for her computer repair shop, Lily Hammerschmidt announces that she is, in fact, not pro-women a feminist but anti-men, a misandrist, and therefore has no scruples about sexually exploiting women in order to get men to give her their money. The male protagonist tries to get along with her, in a way that would work with even the most extremist feminists, but he does not succeed, as Lily doesn't believe in the humanity of men and is only confused when he tells her he read her porny sci-fi series for the sci-fi. All of it. Without masturbating. She is an interesting case in that she has the same low opinion on men's self control that misogynists usually have, (she doesn't want to be alone in a room with a man - sounds familiar, doesn't it?) but has a different solution to the problem: In her sci-fi series there are no men, as the artificial reproduction that is necessary due to some infertilizing disease only works with female fetuses.



* ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' had FemmeFatale, a man-hating criminal who only stole Susan B. Anthony coins and [[StrawHypocrite liked to use the fact that she's a woman as an excuse to avoid punishment]]. She tried to convinced the girls to stop helping men but her flawed logic is countered at the end by the more mainstream equality-based feminism of Sara Bellum and Miss Keane who teach the girls the difference between feminism and bigotry towards men. Not helping Femme Fatale's case were the fact that women were also hurt by her actions and that she ''didn't even know who Susan B. Anthony was'', or that said woman fought for the equality of '''both''' women and men alike (leading to a very good ShutUpHannibal moment by the girls). Writer Creator/LaurenFaust, herself a staunch feminist, later decided that the subject of feminism was too heavy for such a lighthearted family show and regretted writing it. Fans, however, felt that it handled the subject as well as it could.
* ''WesternAnimation/YinYangYo'' has Saranoia, who is an unstable, man-hating sorceress and wants to exterminate Yang but likes Yin. Her hatred seems to be based on her feelings towards her own brother, Mark, she indicates she was TheUnFavourite growing up. She has a tendency to call Yang Mark.

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* ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' had FemmeFatale, a man-hating criminal who only stole Susan B. Anthony coins and [[StrawHypocrite liked to use the fact that she's a woman as an excuse to avoid punishment]]. She tried to convinced the girls to stop helping men but her flawed logic is countered at the end by the more mainstream equality-based feminism of Sara Bellum and Miss Keane who teach the girls the difference between feminism and bigotry towards men.misandry. Not helping Femme Fatale's case were the fact that women were also hurt by her actions and that she ''didn't even know who Susan B. Anthony was'', or that said woman fought for the equality of '''both''' women and men alike (leading to a very good ShutUpHannibal moment by the girls). Writer Creator/LaurenFaust, herself a staunch feminist, later decided that the subject of feminism was too heavy for such a lighthearted family show and regretted writing it. Fans, however, felt that it handled the subject as well as it could.
* ''WesternAnimation/YinYangYo'' has Saranoia, who is an unstable, man-hating unstable misandrist sorceress and wants to exterminate Yang but likes Yin. Her hatred seems to be based on her feelings towards her own brother, Mark, she indicates she was TheUnFavourite growing up. She has a tendency to call Yang Mark.
13th Apr '16 3:33:45 PM ailuros
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Typical depictions of Straw Feminists usually present them as [[DoesNotLikeMen misandrists]] who exhibit PoliticalCorrectnessGoneMad. Expect depictions to show them as stereotypical [[ButchLesbian butch lesbians]], unattractive elderly women or attractive yet devious [[FemmeFatale femme fatales,]] or in [[UpToEleven the more extreme cases]] being hyper-militants that see [[DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale obscene violence towards]], the [[ANaziByAnyOtherName Nazi-like]] [[DayOfTheJackboot subjugation of]], or even [[KillThemAll the total]] [[{{Gendercide}} extermination of]] any living being with a Y chromosome as an acceptable thing to do. It is not uncommon to see works from textbook feminists using this depiction to criticize the more radical forms of feminism.

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Typical depictions of Straw Feminists usually present them as [[DoesNotLikeMen misandrists]] man-haters]] who exhibit PoliticalCorrectnessGoneMad. Expect depictions to show them as stereotypical [[ButchLesbian butch lesbians]], unattractive elderly women or attractive yet devious [[FemmeFatale femme fatales,]] or in [[UpToEleven the more extreme cases]] being hyper-militants that see [[DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale obscene violence towards]], the [[ANaziByAnyOtherName Nazi-like]] [[DayOfTheJackboot subjugation of]], or even [[KillThemAll the total]] [[{{Gendercide}} extermination of]] any living being with a Y chromosome as an acceptable thing to do. It is not uncommon to see works from textbook feminists using this depiction to criticize the more radical forms of feminism.



** In a move that borders on the clever, Wondy's archenemies are sometimes portrayed this way. Circe is a clear misandrist and the first Cheetah is of the "tries to tear down other women due to build herself up" type who hides her real attitude through her vapid beauty products.

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** In a move that borders on the clever, Wondy's archenemies are sometimes portrayed this way. Circe is a clear misandrist man-hater and the first Cheetah is of the "tries to tear down other women due to build herself up" type who hides her real attitude through her vapid beauty products.



** Circe believes that all men are pigs, and…considering [[BalefulPolymorph her powers]], and [[Literature/TheOdyssey the work in which she originally appeared]], you can see where she's going with that (though for the sake of convenience, she currently uses guinea pigs). She believes that women are so oppressed that they can only achieve power through magic (a belief later expressed by her niece Medea in the sequel series ''Literature/TheHeroesOfOlympus''). She's so bad that even [[SoapboxSadie Annabeth]] thinks she's a misandrist bitch.

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** Circe believes that all men are pigs, and…considering [[BalefulPolymorph her powers]], and [[Literature/TheOdyssey the work in which she originally appeared]], you can see where she's going with that (though for the sake of convenience, she currently uses guinea pigs). She believes that women are so oppressed that they can only achieve power through magic (a belief later expressed by her niece Medea in the sequel series ''Literature/TheHeroesOfOlympus''). She's so bad that even [[SoapboxSadie Annabeth]] thinks she's a misandrist bitch.bigot.



** There's a particularly dreadful example in the ''Series/DoctorWho'' story "The Time Monster": Dr. Ruth Ingram spends most of her time complaining about men just for the sake of it, and being a hypocrite about it as well. A classic example of feminists being portrayed as just misandrists. It doesn't help matters a lot that even though the script is playing it as if her grievances aren't legitimate, a lot of her complaints are about things that are actually shown happening to her in the story - her boss says things like "Don't you worry your pretty little head about it" to her, and it's hard to argue that he isn't 'in love with his own sense of male superiority' when he calls himself ''TheMaster''.

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** There's a particularly dreadful example in the ''Series/DoctorWho'' story "The Time Monster": Dr. Ruth Ingram spends most of her time complaining about men just for the sake of it, and being a hypocrite about it as well. A classic well, which is a typical example of feminists being portrayed as just misandrists.simple man-haters. It doesn't help matters a lot that even though the script is playing it as if her grievances aren't legitimate, a lot of her complaints are about things that are actually shown happening to her in the story - her boss says things like "Don't you worry your pretty little head about it" to her, and it's hard to argue that he isn't 'in love with his own sense of male superiority' when he calls himself ''TheMaster''.



* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'': Anya(nka) and Willow's mom. Anya is a misandrist who dedicated over a thousand years to punishing men. She starts realizing some men are good after falling in love with Xander. It takes her a long time to start feeling guilty. Willow's mom is a shrink built on theory who doesn't pay any attention to her kid, and once ranted about the patriarchal content of [[Series/MisterRogersNeighborhood the Mr. Rogers show]]. When Willow came out to her as gay, she thought it was a political statement. Because creator Creator/JossWhedon is a feminist himself, these straw feminists are in a different context than others. The initial introduction of 'vengeance demons' implied that they were all, like Anya, devoted exclusively to punishing men for wronging women. Later episodes introduced more diversity while establishing that this approach was largely born from Anya's own personal issues.

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* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'': Anya(nka) and Willow's mom. Anya is a misandrist who has dedicated over a thousand years to punishing men. She starts realizing some men are good after falling in love with Xander. It takes her a long time to start feeling guilty. Willow's mom is a shrink built on theory who doesn't pay any attention to her kid, and once ranted about the patriarchal content of [[Series/MisterRogersNeighborhood the Mr. Rogers show]]. When Willow came out to her as gay, she thought it was a political statement. Because creator Creator/JossWhedon is a feminist himself, these straw feminists are in a different context than others. The initial introduction of 'vengeance demons' implied that they were all, like Anya, devoted exclusively to punishing men for wronging women. Later episodes introduced more diversity while establishing that this approach was largely born from Anya's own personal issues.



* A more concrete example comes with the TabletopGame/NewWorldOfDarkness game ''TabletopGame/VampireTheRequiem''. The Circle of the Crone is a covenant that is rather feminist in its leanings, but not to the point of straw -- except for one faction within the covenant, the Daughters of the Goddess, who use for public example of their valuing men and not being misandrist a ritual where they sacrifice a male vampire, ritualistically called the Oak King. This is the only ritual where male vampires are allowed any sort of prominence, and they may only be the Oak King. Needless to say, the other covenants, and indeed most other factions within the Circle, ain't buyin' it.

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* A more concrete example comes with the TabletopGame/NewWorldOfDarkness game ''TabletopGame/VampireTheRequiem''. The Circle of the Crone is a covenant that is rather feminist in its leanings, but not to the point of straw -- except for one faction within the covenant, the Daughters of the Goddess, who use for public example of claim that their valuing men and not being misandrist a ritual where in which they sacrifice a male vampire, ritualistically called the Oak King.King, is evidence for their valuing (and not hating) men. This is the only ritual where male vampires are allowed any sort of prominence, and they may only be the Oak King. Needless to say, the other covenants, and indeed most other factions within the Circle, ain't buyin' it.



* Averted in Leftover Soup: When asked by an employee why she would use the breasts of an other employee in an advertisement for her computer repair shop, Lily Hammerschmidt announces that she is, in fact, not a feminist, but a misandrist, and therefore has no scruples about sexually exploiting women in order to get men to give her their money. The male protagonist tries to get along with her, in a way that would work with even the most extremist feminists, but he does not succeed, as Lily doesn't believe in the humanity of men and is only confused when he tells her he read her porny sci-fi series for the sci-fi. All of it. Without masturbating. She is an interesting case in that she has the same low opinion on men's self control that misogynists usually have, (she doesn't want to be alone in a room with a man - sounds familiar, doesn't it?) but has a different solution to the problem: In her sci-fi series there are no men, as the artificial reproduction that is necessary due to some infertilizing disease only works with female fetuses.

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* Averted in Leftover Soup: When asked by an employee why she would use the breasts of an other employee in an advertisement for her computer repair shop, Lily Hammerschmidt announces that she is, in fact, not a feminist, pro-women but a misandrist, anti-men, and therefore has no scruples about sexually exploiting women in order to get men to give her their money. The male protagonist tries to get along with her, in a way that would work with even the most extremist feminists, but he does not succeed, as Lily doesn't believe in the humanity of men and is only confused when he tells her he read her porny sci-fi series for the sci-fi. All of it. Without masturbating. She is an interesting case in that she has the same low opinion on men's self control that misogynists usually have, (she doesn't want to be alone in a room with a man - sounds familiar, doesn't it?) but has a different solution to the problem: In her sci-fi series there are no men, as the artificial reproduction that is necessary due to some infertilizing disease only works with female fetuses.



* ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' had FemmeFatale, a man-hating criminal who only stole Susan B. Anthony coins and [[StrawHypocrite liked to use the fact that she's a woman as an excuse to avoid punishment]]. She tried to convinced the girls to stop helping men but her flawed logic is countered at the end by the more mainstream equality-based feminism of Sara Bellum and Miss Keane who teach the girls the difference between feminism and misandry. Not helping Femme Fatale's case were the fact that women were also hurt by her actions and that she ''didn't even know who Susan B. Anthony was'', or that said woman fought for the equality of '''both''' women and men alike (leading to a very good ShutUpHannibal moment by the girls). Writer Creator/LaurenFaust, herself a staunch feminist, later decided that the subject of feminism was too heavy for such a lighthearted family show and regretted writing it. Fans, however, felt that it handled the subject as well as it could.
* ''WesternAnimation/YinYangYo'' has Saranoia, who is an unstable misandrist sorceress and wants to exterminate Yang but likes Yin. Her hatred seems to be based on her feelings towards her own brother, Mark, she indicates she was TheUnFavourite growing up. She has a tendency to call Yang Mark.

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* ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' had FemmeFatale, a man-hating criminal who only stole Susan B. Anthony coins and [[StrawHypocrite liked to use the fact that she's a woman as an excuse to avoid punishment]]. She tried to convinced the girls to stop helping men but her flawed logic is countered at the end by the more mainstream equality-based feminism of Sara Bellum and Miss Keane who teach the girls the difference between feminism and misandry.bigotry towards men. Not helping Femme Fatale's case were the fact that women were also hurt by her actions and that she ''didn't even know who Susan B. Anthony was'', or that said woman fought for the equality of '''both''' women and men alike (leading to a very good ShutUpHannibal moment by the girls). Writer Creator/LaurenFaust, herself a staunch feminist, later decided that the subject of feminism was too heavy for such a lighthearted family show and regretted writing it. Fans, however, felt that it handled the subject as well as it could.
* ''WesternAnimation/YinYangYo'' has Saranoia, who is an unstable misandrist unstable, man-hating sorceress and wants to exterminate Yang but likes Yin. Her hatred seems to be based on her feelings towards her own brother, Mark, she indicates she was TheUnFavourite growing up. She has a tendency to call Yang Mark.
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