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16th Sep '16 6:03:59 PM TitoMosquito
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15th Sep '16 8:53:14 PM herpderpded
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* In the very first pages of''{{Fanfic/Uplifted}}'' SS officer Joachim Hoch's first act is to beat the ever loving life out of quarian Captain Hanala'Jarva. To be fair [[spoiler: she 'does' stab him]] No matter how close the two of them get, he doesn't mind smacking her around, and she isn't afraid to reciprocate the abuse.
** Later in the series, Hoch literally throws a young Ukrainian woman out of his car and carjacks an Italian woman, and threatens to smack a Rabbi's wife...
7th Sep '16 3:50:31 PM margdean56
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* ComicBook/TheMightyThor may be a god, but he does not treat kindly to females that have went against him, lovers or not, as Hela and the Enchantress have found out.

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* ComicBook/TheMightyThor may be a god, but he does not treat kindly to females that have went gone against him, lovers or not, as Hela and the Enchantress have found out.
28th Aug '16 11:14:55 AM KingLyger
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* The victims in ''Franchise/AceAttorney'' vary from game to game, but quite a few of the murder victims are women. [[spoiler:Two important members of the Fey clan die at the hands of men: Mia Fey dies at the hands of Redd White after being struck with a lamp, and Misty Fey is killed by Godot with a sword.]]
** AmoralAttorney Manfred von Karma apparently didn't have any problem using a taser on Maya in the fourth case of the first game when she went with Nick to an evidence locker. It's Nick who takes the blow, but von Karma was clearly threatening the both of them.
15th Aug '16 10:37:41 PM TVRulezAgain
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* Depending on the writer {{Batman}} may show varying degrees of reluctance or distaste for fighting female villains. However if they care to test him on this matter, they soon find he'll still take them down regardless. That said some portrayals of the Dark Knight show him making zero distinction between male and female criminals.

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* Depending on the writer {{Batman}} Franchise/{{Batman}} may show varying degrees of reluctance or distaste for fighting female villains. However if they care to test him on this matter, they soon find he'll still take them down regardless. That said some portrayals of the Dark Knight show him making zero distinction between male and female criminals.
14th Aug '16 6:37:43 PM MsChibi
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A guy (good ''or'' evil) has no problems with violence against women. If he's good, it's either because he's just not sexist and he believes in beating people up equally, or because [[GenreSavvy he knows]] that holding back against female opponents is a good way to get his ass kicked or killed or endanger his friends/allies/muggles. In earlier works, the usual formula for invoking this was to say that he would "[[ExactWords never hit a lady]]"-- but [[NoTrueScotsman "you're no lady"]] after the woman in question attacked him first or otherwise showed herself to be of low character.[[note]]If you're confused, this line is exploiting the dual usage of "a lady" as slang for any woman, and a technical term for a woman of the noble class. The latter is an honor that the speaker is claiming the authority to revoke because of behavior that doesn't meet the social code of nobility.[[/note]] If he's evil, it's because... Well, [[ForTheEvulz he's evil]], or merely because of EqualOpportunityEvil (he sees anyone opposing him as potentially dangerous regardless of gender).

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A guy (good ''or'' evil) has no problems with violence against women. If he's good, it's either because he's just not sexist and he believes in beating people up equally, or because [[GenreSavvy he knows]] that holding back against female opponents is a good way to get his ass kicked or killed or endanger his friends/allies/muggles. In earlier works, the usual formula for invoking this was to say that he would "[[ExactWords never hit a lady]]"-- but [[NoTrueScotsman "you're no lady"]] after the woman in question attacked him first or otherwise showed herself to be of low character.[[note]]If you're confused, this line is exploiting the dual usage of "a lady" as slang for any woman, and a technical term for a woman of the noble class. The latter is an honor that the speaker is claiming the authority to revoke because of behavior that doesn't meet [[ProperLady the social code of nobility.nobility]].[[/note]] If he's evil, it's because... Well, [[ForTheEvulz he's evil]], or merely because of EqualOpportunityEvil (he sees anyone opposing him as potentially dangerous regardless of gender).
11th Aug '16 11:08:29 PM Nuxx
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* Poison Ivy also found this out the hard way against Batman. Knowing that he was [[TheFettered reluctant to strike her]], Ivy dealt Batman a NoHoldsBarredBeatdown until she had him pinned to the ground. She then urged him to kiss her - which, this being Poison Ivy we're talking about, would be immediately fatal - and taunted that there was no use resisting, because "I know you don't want to hit a woman." Batman confessed that, yes, that was true - but [[DirtyBusiness it wasn't going to stop him]], and so he knocked Ivy unconscious with a single head-butt.

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* Depending on the writer {{Batman}} may show varying degrees of reluctance or distaste for fighting female villains. However if they care to test him on this matter, they soon find he'll still take them down regardless. That said some portrayals of the Dark Knight show him making zero distinction between male and female criminals.
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Poison Ivy also found this out the hard way against Batman. Knowing that he was [[TheFettered reluctant to strike her]], Ivy dealt Batman a NoHoldsBarredBeatdown until she had him pinned to the ground. She then urged him to kiss her - which, this being Poison Ivy we're talking about, would be immediately fatal - and taunted that there was no use resisting, because "I know you don't want to hit a woman." Batman confessed that, yes, that was true - but [[DirtyBusiness it wasn't going to stop him]], and so he knocked Ivy unconscious with a single head-butt.head-butt.
** The ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamCity'' tie-in comic, has a paranoid [[IneffectualSympatheticVillain Jenna Duffy]] lash out at Batman when she believes he's following her; he swiftly ends the match with a head-butt.
* To the shock of no-one, Batman's nemesis TheJoker inflicts frequent horrors upon men and women alike.
** His partner Comicbook/HarleyQuinn is often harmed physically and mentally by Joker with their entire relationship dynamic being considered incredibly abusive. For instance in ''ComicBook/DeathOfTheFamily'' the Joker punches Harley Quinn in the face, because... she had hubris on her face.
** The Joker infamously crippled and tormented [[ComicBook/TheKillingJoke Barbara Gordon]].



* In ''ComicBook/DeathOfTheFamily'' SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker punches Harley Quinn in the face, because... she had hubris on her face.
** Sure there's that, but The Joker's relationship with Harley has always been one of DomesticAbuse. And he's hurt plenty of women. [[ComicBook/TheKillingJoke Barbara Gordon]] comes to mind.
* The ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamCity'' tie-in comic, has a paranoid [[IneffectualSympatheticVillain Jenna Duffy]] lash out at Batman when she believes he's following her; he swiftly ends the match with a head-butt.
3rd Aug '16 9:14:25 PM TheNewBig
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* One of Comicbook/{{X 23}}'s main abusers at the Facility was Zander Rice, who had no compunctions against ''ripping out her claws without anesthesia'' to coat them in adamantium, while the man who kidnapped her cousin Megan was a serial killer who intended to make both girls his victims. In a twist on this, Comicbook/{{Wolverine}} ''tried'' not to fight her in their first encounter, but ultimately gave in when he realized she wouldn't give him any choice and that it was the only way to get through to her. His hesitation also had nothing to do with her being a girl, but the fact he was ''trying'' to help her, and recognized she was a victim of the things that had been done to her and not an enemy. Comicbook/CaptainAmerica's ''first'' response when he cornered her and she tried to run was to smack her with his shield. Daken didn't hesitate to attack her in their first encounter, and Sinister had no reservations against snapping her neck. [[Comicbook/{{NYX}} Her ex-pimp, Zebra Daddy]], roughed her up early in the series, and later guns her down ([[GoodThingYouCanHeal fortunately she could heal from it]]). [[RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil And it's heavily implied he's done]] ''[[RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil worse]]'' [[RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil to her]] while she was hooking.
** In fact it would be probably be faster to compile a list of men who would ''not'' hit her.

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* One of Comicbook/{{X 23}}'s main abusers at the Facility was Zander Rice, who had no compunctions against ''ripping out her claws without anesthesia'' to coat them in adamantium, while the man who kidnapped her cousin Megan was a serial killer who intended to make both girls his victims. In a twist on this, Comicbook/{{Wolverine}} ''tried'' not to fight her in their first encounter, but ultimately gave in when he realized she wouldn't give him any choice and that it was the only way to get through to her. His hesitation also had nothing to do with her being a girl, but the fact he was ''trying'' to help her, and recognized she was a victim of the things that had been done to her and not an enemy. Comicbook/CaptainAmerica's ''first'' response when he cornered her and she tried to run was to smack her with his shield. Daken didn't hesitate to attack her in their first encounter, and Sinister had no reservations against snapping her neck. [[Comicbook/{{NYX}} Her ex-pimp, Zebra Daddy]], roughed her up early in the series, and later guns her down ([[GoodThingYouCanHeal fortunately she could heal from it]]). [[RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil And it's heavily implied he's done]] ''[[RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil worse]]'' [[RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil to her]] while she was hooking.
** In fact it would be probably be faster to compile a list of men who would ''not'' hit her.
27th Jul '16 11:45:13 AM Nentuaby
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A guy (good ''or'' evil) has no problems with violence against women. If he's good, it's either because he's just not sexist and he believes in beating people up equally, or because [[GenreSavvy he knows]] that holding back against female opponents is a good way to get his ass kicked or killed or endanger his friends/allies/muggles. In earlier works, the usual formula for invoking this was to say that he would "[[ExactWords never hit a lady]]"-- but [[NoTrueScotsman "you're no lady"]] after the woman in question attacked him first or otherwise showed herself to be of low character. If he's evil, it's because... Well, [[ForTheEvulz he's evil]], or merely because of EqualOpportunityEvil (he sees anyone opposing him as potentially dangerous regardless of gender).

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A guy (good ''or'' evil) has no problems with violence against women. If he's good, it's either because he's just not sexist and he believes in beating people up equally, or because [[GenreSavvy he knows]] that holding back against female opponents is a good way to get his ass kicked or killed or endanger his friends/allies/muggles. In earlier works, the usual formula for invoking this was to say that he would "[[ExactWords never hit a lady]]"-- but [[NoTrueScotsman "you're no lady"]] after the woman in question attacked him first or otherwise showed herself to be of low character. [[note]]If you're confused, this line is exploiting the dual usage of "a lady" as slang for any woman, and a technical term for a woman of the noble class. The latter is an honor that the speaker is claiming the authority to revoke because of behavior that doesn't meet the social code of nobility.[[/note]] If he's evil, it's because... Well, [[ForTheEvulz he's evil]], or merely because of EqualOpportunityEvil (he sees anyone opposing him as potentially dangerous regardless of gender).
27th Jul '16 11:37:12 AM Nentuaby
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A guy (good ''or'' evil) has no problems with violence against women. If he's good, it's either because he's just not sexist and he believes in beating people up equally, or because [[GenreSavvy he knows]] that holding back against female opponents is a good way to get his ass kicked or killed or endanger his friends/allies/muggles. In earlier works, a male character would make up the point of [[NoTrueScotsman "you're no lady"]] if the female in question has previously attacked him first (mostly female antagonists), in which case he will be allowed to attack. If he's evil, it's because... well, [[ForTheEvulz he's evil]], or merely because of EqualOpportunityEvil (he sees anyone opposing him as potentially dangerous regardless of gender).

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A guy (good ''or'' evil) has no problems with violence against women. If he's good, it's either because he's just not sexist and he believes in beating people up equally, or because [[GenreSavvy he knows]] that holding back against female opponents is a good way to get his ass kicked or killed or endanger his friends/allies/muggles. In earlier works, a male character the usual formula for invoking this was to say that he would make up the point of "[[ExactWords never hit a lady]]"-- but [[NoTrueScotsman "you're no lady"]] if after the female woman in question has previously attacked him first (mostly female antagonists), in which case he will or otherwise showed herself to be allowed to attack.of low character. If he's evil, it's because... well, Well, [[ForTheEvulz he's evil]], or merely because of EqualOpportunityEvil (he sees anyone opposing him as potentially dangerous regardless of gender).
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