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18th Oct '17 2:00:51 AM Kamiguy123
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* In ''LightNovel/ACertainMagicalIndex'', while Touma Kamijou has [[WouldHitAGirl no problem hitting girls as long as they are bad]], he will punch you in the face if you harm helpless and nice girls.

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* In ''LightNovel/ACertainMagicalIndex'', while Touma Kamijou has [[WouldHitAGirl no problem hitting girls as long as they are bad]], he will punch beat you in the face to a pulp if you harm helpless and nice girls.
18th Oct '17 1:37:06 AM Kamiguy123
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* In ''LightNovel/ACertainMagicalIndex'', while Touma Kamijou has no problem hitting girls as long as they are bad guys, he will kick your ass if you harm helpless and nice girls.
* In ''Manga/ACertainScientificRailgun'', Wataru Kurozuma has a tendency to go, "You're hitting girls? That's not cool." and then beat up whoever is responsible.

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* In ''LightNovel/ACertainMagicalIndex'', while Touma Kamijou has [[WouldHitAGirl no problem hitting girls as long as they are bad guys, bad]], he will kick your ass punch you in the face if you harm helpless and nice girls.
* In ''Manga/ACertainScientificRailgun'', [[BadassNormal Wataru Kurozuma Kurozuma]] has a tendency to go, "You're hitting girls? That's not cool." and then beat up whoever is responsible.
18th Oct '17 1:29:55 AM Kamiguy123
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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Js9vG9rC1YU This]] somewhat controversial anti-domestic violence ad aired in Australia in 2006. It features Mark Brandon "Chopper" Read, a notorious ex-criminal and minor celebrity, talking in an overtly threatening manner about [[EvenEvilHasStandards what he thinks of rapists and men who beat women]] and [[PrisonRape what they can look forward to when they end up behind bars.]]

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* [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Js9vG9rC1YU com/watch?v=g_2M3LrfFAw This]] somewhat controversial anti-domestic violence ad aired in Australia in 2006. It features Mark Brandon "Chopper" Read, a notorious ex-criminal and minor celebrity, talking in an overtly threatening manner about [[EvenEvilHasStandards what he thinks of rapists and men who beat women]] and [[PrisonRape what they can look forward to when they end up behind bars.]]
1st Oct '17 5:14:08 AM eroock
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27th Sep '17 8:41:43 PM Linda58
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* In the pilot of ''Series/VanHelsing'', Vanessa violently assaults Susan's abusive boyfriend. Somewhat unusually, this isn't portrayed as a particularly good thing, as it shows her violent side and anger issues. She even later admits it was more about hurting him than helping her.
7th Jul '17 12:42:13 AM azul120
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Nevertheless; friends of this normally gentle person would find these [[BewareTheNiceOnes righteous outbursts]] quite disconcerting, if not downright chilling to witness. Not to mention the StartXToStopX problem of solving violence with more violence, although this one only gets invoked if a child is present nearby, to provoke a HeWhoFightsMonsters revelation from the hero temporarily. Occasionally, this can backfire against the WifeBasherBasher himself in order to present another problem of "NoGoodDeedGoesUnpunished." The Wife Basher Basher may also occasionally lash out at someone who's completely innocent because of an AbuseMistake and then learn AnAesop about finding out the entire story before going ballistic.

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Nevertheless; friends of this normally gentle person would find these [[BewareTheNiceOnes righteous outbursts]] quite disconcerting, if not downright chilling to witness. Not to mention the StartXToStopX problem of solving violence with more violence, although this one only gets invoked if a child is present nearby, to provoke a HeWhoFightsMonsters revelation from the hero temporarily. Occasionally, this can backfire against the WifeBasherBasher Wife Basher Basher himself in order to present another problem of "NoGoodDeedGoesUnpunished." The Wife Basher Basher may also occasionally lash out at someone who's completely innocent because of an AbuseMistake and then learn AnAesop about finding out the entire story before going ballistic.



See also BullyHunter, EvenEvilHasStandards, RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil, DisproportionateRetribution, and EvenBadMenLoveTheirMamas.

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See also BullyHunter, EvenEvilHasStandards, RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil, PayEvilUntoEvil, DisproportionateRetribution, and EvenBadMenLoveTheirMamas.



* The Flash game ''VideoGame/AnakshaFemaleAssassin'' has this as the title character's original motivation for picking up her rifle. Although in this case it's less WifeBasherBasher and more [[BoomHeadshot Wife Basher Head Shooter]].

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* The Flash game ''VideoGame/AnakshaFemaleAssassin'' has this as the title character's original motivation for picking up her rifle. Although in this case it's less WifeBasherBasher Wife Basher Basher and more [[BoomHeadshot Wife Basher Head Shooter]].



* Glenn Quagmire becomes this in the ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' episode [[VerySpecialEpisode "Screams of Silence: The Story of Brenda Q."]] in regards to him willing to murder his sister's abusive boyfriend. Joe (a police officer) allows him to do it after seeing the abuse for himself.

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* Glenn Quagmire becomes this in the ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' episode [[VerySpecialEpisode "Screams of Silence: The Story of Brenda Q."]] Q".]] in regards to him willing to murder his sister's abusive boyfriend. Joe (a police officer) allows him to do it after seeing the abuse for himself.
26th Jun '17 9:45:52 PM thatmadork
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* ''VideoGame/TheWitcher3WildHunt'': When Geralt finds out that [[spoiler:the Bloody Baron beat his pregnant wife Anna]], he gives him a severe beating and makes his contempt for him very clear afterwards. Also when Geralt finds out [[spoiler:what Whoreson Junior does to prostitutes, [[PapaWolf on top of trying to kill Ciri]].]]
28th Apr '17 8:22:42 PM Madrugada
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* ''Webcomic/QuestionableContent'' had a story arc featuring the [=VespAvenger=], a woman who rode around on a Vespa scooter beating up men who were abusive to their girlfriends. The characters [[http://questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=743 try to convince her to stop]] by bringing up DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale, asking her if she'd be horrified by the thought of a man who rode around on a Harley beating up women who were abusive to their boyfriends. However, the [=VespAvenger=] says that [[BattleCouple he sounds like her ideal guy]], and that she would want his phone number.

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* ''Webcomic/QuestionableContent'' had a story arc featuring the [=VespAvenger=], a woman who rode around on a Vespa scooter beating up men who were she considers abusive to their girlfriends. (That she doesn't bother to make sure is the first problem.) The characters [[http://questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=743 try to convince her to stop]] by bringing up DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale, asking her if she'd be horrified by the thought of a man who rode around on a Harley beating up women who were abusive to their boyfriends. However, the [=VespAvenger=] says that [[BattleCouple he sounds like her ideal guy]], and that she would want his phone number.
28th Apr '17 8:08:24 PM Madrugada
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* In the Literature/SherlockHolmes story "The Adventure of The Abbey Grange", Holmes deduces who killed Lord Brackenstall, and provides a general hint to the police (in the person of Inspector Hopkins) about the killer, but does no more, because the man who killed Brackenstall did so because Lord B. was physically and emotionally abusive to Mary, Lady Brackenstall, who the man was in love with. Holmes tells the man that he will not reveal the truth to the police unless they arrest someone else for the crime, and that he is free to go and that he can come back to Mary in a year if he still desires to do so.
15th Mar '17 11:53:23 PM Xtifr
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* In RobertAHeinlein's ''Literature/TheMoonIsAHarshMistress'', the narrator proudly declares that on the Moon, attacking a woman is a literal death sentence, as any male in the area will gladly kill you in the most painful way he can think of. The Earther Stuart Renè [=LaJoie=] nearly gets killed because his Earth-style flirt was too aggressive for the Moon (he survives because the boys who caught him decided to give him a trial, and the protagonist, acting as a judge, realizes he was just ignorant. Stuart learned his lesson well), while the Moon revolution is triggered by Earth Peace Dragoons raping and killing a woman and their boss preventing the chief of the guards from having them hanged.

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* In RobertAHeinlein's Creator/RobertAHeinlein's ''Literature/TheMoonIsAHarshMistress'', the narrator proudly declares that on the Moon, attacking a woman is a literal death sentence, as any male in the area will gladly kill you in the most painful way he can think of. The Earther Stuart Renè [=LaJoie=] nearly gets killed because his Earth-style flirt was too aggressive for the Moon (he survives because the boys who caught him decided to give him a trial, and the protagonist, acting as a judge, realizes he was just ignorant. Stuart learned his lesson well), while the Moon revolution is triggered by Earth Peace Dragoons raping and killing a woman and their boss preventing the chief of the guards from having them hanged.
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