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5th Aug '17 6:11:17 AM jormis29
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* Dr. Dre infamously assaulted Dee Barnes after she interviewed a former member of Music/{{NWA}} who gave unflattering statements about the group.

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* Dr. Dre Music/DrDre infamously assaulted Dee Barnes after she interviewed a former member of Music/{{NWA}} who gave unflattering statements about the group.
25th Jul '17 5:20:34 PM WillKeaton
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* Creator/SeanConnery is fine with hitting a woman, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oo0d1zTAFKA if she won't shut her mouth]].

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* Creator/SeanConnery is fine with hitting a woman, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oo0d1zTAFKA if she won't shut her mouth]].mouth.]]
25th Jul '17 5:20:12 PM WillKeaton
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* ''Webcomic/{{Sire}}'': Emile, descendant of the famous InspectorJavert does not hesitate to [[http://sire.smackjeeves.com/comics/733997/chapter-2-page-26/ slam a teenage woman in the stomach]].

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* ''Webcomic/{{Sire}}'': Emile, descendant of the famous InspectorJavert does not hesitate to [[http://sire.smackjeeves.com/comics/733997/chapter-2-page-26/ slam a teenage woman in the stomach]].stomach.]]
25th Jul '17 5:19:43 PM WillKeaton
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* ''TheAmazingAdventuresOfBill'', a JournalComic, [[http://www.billroundy.com/daily388.html explains the principle of chivalry involved]].

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* ''TheAmazingAdventuresOfBill'', a JournalComic, [[http://www.billroundy.com/daily388.html explains the principle of chivalry involved]].involved.]]
11th Jun '17 6:20:58 AM Anddrix
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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 "you're no lady" after the woman in question attacked him first or otherwise showed herself to be of low character.[[note]]This line is exploiting the dual usage of "a lady" as slang for any woman, and as a term for a woman who displays a certain level of decorous behavior. By failing to behave as "a lady" would, she's forfeited her right to be treated as one.[[/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]] 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 "you're no lady" after the woman in question attacked him first or otherwise showed herself to be of low character.[[note]]This line is exploiting the dual usage of "a lady" as slang for any woman, and as a term for a woman who displays a certain level of decorous behavior. By failing to behave as "a lady" would, she's forfeited her right to be treated as one.[[/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).
10th Jun '17 1:33:49 PM nombretomado
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* Phase of the WhateleyUniverse. He doesn't like hitting people, but he has no qualms about hitting a girl if he needs to, because there are lots of girls who are far stronger than he is, including some of his team.

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* Phase of the WhateleyUniverse.Literature/WhateleyUniverse. He doesn't like hitting people, but he has no qualms about hitting a girl if he needs to, because there are lots of girls who are far stronger than he is, including some of his team.
15th Apr '17 9:48:25 AM merotoker
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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 "you're no lady" after the woman in question attacked him first or otherwise showed herself to be of low character.[[note]]This line is exploiting the dual usage of "a lady" as slang for any woman, and as a term for a woman who displays a certain level of decorous behavior. By failing to behave as "a lady" would, she's forfeited her right to be treated as one.]].[[/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 "you're no lady" after the woman in question attacked him first or otherwise showed herself to be of low character.[[note]]This line is exploiting the dual usage of "a lady" as slang for any woman, and as a term for a woman who displays a certain level of decorous behavior. By failing to behave as "a lady" would, she's forfeited her right to be treated as one.]].[[/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).



* ComicBook/TheMightyThor may be a god, but he does not treat kindly females that have gone 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 females that have gone against him, lovers or not, as Hela and the Enchantress ComicBook/TheEnchantress have found out.



* Classic ComicBook/SpiderMan, meanwhile, started out as a Wouldn't Hit a Girl type back in TheSixties, which caused him some problems with Princess Python of the Circus of Crime. He eventually shed this viewpoint, best highlighted in ''ComicBook/SecretWars'' in TheEighties, when he simultaneously gives a NoHoldsBarredBeatdown ''[[Awesome/SecretWars and]]'' a ReasonYouSuckSpeech to villainess Titania.

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* Classic ComicBook/SpiderMan, meanwhile, started out as a Wouldn't Hit a Girl type back in TheSixties, which caused him some problems with Princess Python of the Circus of Crime. He eventually shed this viewpoint, best highlighted in ''ComicBook/SecretWars'' in TheEighties, when he simultaneously gives a NoHoldsBarredBeatdown ''[[Awesome/SecretWars and]]'' a ReasonYouSuckSpeech TheReasonYouSuckSpeech to villainess Titania.



* ComicBook/{{Venom}}'s first confrontation with the Black Cat was, to many, his EstablishingCharacterMoment as a villain; the brief fight ended with him slamming poor Felicia's face into a wall, breaking it and her nose in a blow that all of fandom must have felt; he didn't hesitate to remind her of that later, during the ''ComicBook/MaximumCarnage'' storyline. Future stories show he really doesn't care ''what'' gender an enemy is, gleefully slugging Shriek, ComicBook/{{Ghost Rider}}'s foe Hag, and any female symbiotes that he encounters. (Of course, most of those characters had it coming.)

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* ComicBook/{{Venom}}'s first confrontation with the Black Cat ComicBook/BlackCat was, to many, his EstablishingCharacterMoment as a villain; the brief fight ended with him slamming poor Felicia's face into a wall, breaking it and her nose in a blow that all of fandom must have felt; he didn't hesitate to remind her of that later, during the ''ComicBook/MaximumCarnage'' storyline. Future stories show he really doesn't care ''what'' gender an enemy is, gleefully slugging Shriek, ComicBook/{{Ghost Rider}}'s ComicBook/GhostRider's foe Hag, and any female symbiotes that he encounters. (Of course, most of those characters had it coming.)



* A female terrorist tries the "You wouldn't hit a lady, would you?" line on {{Superman}}. He [[SuperStrength knocks her out]] [[FingerPokeOfDoom with a flick of his finger]], saying something like "No, but then again no lady I know would carry C4 in her purse."

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* A female terrorist tries the "You wouldn't hit a lady, would you?" line on {{Superman}}.Franchise/{{Superman}}. He [[SuperStrength knocks her out]] [[FingerPokeOfDoom with a flick of his finger]], saying something like "No, but then again no lady I know would carry C4 in her purse."



** Poison Ivy 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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** Poison Ivy ComicBook/PoisonIvy 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, [[KissOfDeath would be immediately fatal 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.



* To the shock of no-one, Batman's nemesis TheJoker inflicts frequent horrors upon men and women alike.

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* To the shock of no-one, Batman's nemesis TheJoker ComicBook/TheJoker inflicts frequent horrors upon men and women alike.



** The Joker infamously crippled and tormented [[ComicBook/TheKillingJoke Barbara Gordon]].
* SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}}. ''Franchise/StreetFighter''. [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} Shadowcat]] all up in his face. [[http://scans-daily.dreamwidth.org/1189137.html?#cutid1 Do the math.]]
* In ''ComicBook/NewAvengers'' #27, while fighting ComicBook/{{Elektra}}, ComicBook/{{Luke Cage|HeroForHire}} promptly gives her a swift kick [[http://media.comicvine.com/uploads/6/63680/1478465-kick_super.jpg courtesy of Daredevil.]]

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** The Joker [[ComicBook/TheKillingJoke infamously crippled and tormented [[ComicBook/TheKillingJoke Barbara Gordon]].
* SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}}. ''Franchise/StreetFighter''. [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} [[ComicBook/KittyPryde Shadowcat]] all up in his face. [[http://scans-daily.dreamwidth.org/1189137.html?#cutid1 Do the math.]]
* In ''ComicBook/NewAvengers'' #27, while fighting ComicBook/{{Elektra}}, ComicBook/{{Luke Cage|HeroForHire}} promptly gives her a swift kick [[http://media.[[https://static.comicvine.com/uploads/6/63680/1478465-kick_super.com/uploads/original/6/63938/1478465-kick.jpg courtesy of Daredevil.]]



* [[{{Popeye}} Poopdeck Pappy]] slugged Olive Oyl when they first met. Olive never forgave him for it and the two have been at odds ever since.



* In [[ComicBook/AvengersVsXMen AvX]], Hawkeye does a brutal one to Magma. He's held in a prison and she brings him dinner. Suddenly Clint starts yelling out that there's glass in his baked potato and he's cut himself really bad. Amara doesn't believe it, but she's a bit on edge and so she peeks through the open food slot to see if he's okay. For that she gets a metal tray tossed into her throat and while she's keeling over, Clint grabs Amara's arm and pulls it through the slot. He then threatens to break her arm if she doesn't open the door. When she refuses, he goes through with it and breaks her arm, threatening to keep working her over until he does. Luckily another X-Man is nearby and knocks Clint off of her. As punishment, Clint and other escapees are put in a Virtual World that keeps replaying them trying to escape and failing.

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* In [[ComicBook/AvengersVsXMen AvX]], Hawkeye ComicBook/{{Hawkeye}} does a brutal one to Magma. He's held in a prison and she brings him dinner. Suddenly Clint starts yelling out that there's glass in his baked potato and he's cut himself really bad. Amara doesn't believe it, but she's a bit on edge and so she peeks through the open food slot to see if he's okay. For that she gets a metal tray tossed into her throat and while she's keeling over, Clint grabs Amara's arm and pulls it through the slot. He then threatens to break her arm if she doesn't open the door. When she refuses, he goes through with it and breaks her arm, threatening to keep working her over until he does. Luckily another X-Man is nearby and knocks Clint off of her. As punishment, Clint and other escapees are put in a Virtual World that keeps replaying them trying to escape and failing.



* 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]]).

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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 ComicBook/{{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]]).



* A rare GoodVsGood moment from ''FanFic/TheBridge''. Having fought kaiju of both sexes for over a decade, the transformed Godzilla Jr. has no qualms against fighting back when Princess Luna attacked him due to a misunderstanding. They wreck half the palace in a hours long fight.

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* A rare GoodVsGood GoodVersusGood moment from ''FanFic/TheBridge''. Having fought kaiju of both sexes for over a decade, the transformed Godzilla Jr. has no qualms against fighting back when Princess Luna attacked him due to a misunderstanding. They wreck half the palace in a hours long fight.



* In ''Fanfic/{{Ponyfall}}: Rainbows'', Cody has little hesitation about hitting the humanised Rainbow Dash in self-defence, to the point of knocking her unconscious. [[WouldNotHitAGirl Garrett]], from ''Ponyfall: Mile High Apple Pie'', [[WhatTheHellHero calls him out on it]] later.

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* In ''Fanfic/{{Ponyfall}}: Rainbows'', Cody has little hesitation about hitting the humanised Rainbow Dash in self-defence, to the point of knocking her unconscious. [[WouldNotHitAGirl [[WouldntHitAGirl Garrett]], from ''Ponyfall: Mile High Apple Pie'', [[WhatTheHellHero calls him out on it]] later.



* In the WesternAnimation/FairlyOddparents fanfiction, ''FanFic/NeverHadAFriendLikeMe'', [[TheBully Francis]] claims to be an "equal opportunity bully" when he's about to hit [[OriginalCharacter Amanda]].

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* In the WesternAnimation/FairlyOddparents WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents fanfiction, ''FanFic/NeverHadAFriendLikeMe'', [[TheBully Francis]] claims to be an "equal opportunity bully" when he's about to hit [[OriginalCharacter Amanda]].



* The main protagonist of ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'' is Judy Hopps, a rookie police officer. [[JustifiedTrope As a result]], a lot of the criminals she meets have no qualms about hurting her. This trope also gives rise to Judy's FreudianExcuse for her [[FantasticRacism subconscious anti-fox biases]]; When she was nine, a vicious fox bully beat her up and clawed her left cheek for trying to stand up to him.

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* The main protagonist of ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'' is Judy Hopps, a rookie police officer. [[JustifiedTrope As a result]], a lot of the criminals she meets have no qualms about hurting her. This trope also gives rise to Judy's FreudianExcuse for her [[FantasticRacism subconscious anti-fox biases]]; When when she was nine, a vicious fox bully beat her up and clawed her left cheek for trying to stand up to him.



* In ''{{Veritas}}'', [[BloodKnight Gangryong]] WILL hit a girl or at least tries to, if she pisses him off.
* Jin-Ho Myung, the protagonist of the {{manhwa}}, ''UnbalanceXUnbalance''. He has no objections to hitting a girl, and will in fact beat the crap out of them should it be provoked (which it was in one occasion). He even rants about the double standard of not hitting girls.

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* In ''{{Veritas}}'', ''Manhwa/{{Veritas}}'', [[BloodKnight Gangryong]] WILL hit a girl or at least tries to, if she pisses him off.
* Jin-Ho Myung, the protagonist of the {{manhwa}}, ''UnbalanceXUnbalance''.''Manhwa/UnbalanceXUnbalance''. He has no objections to hitting a girl, and will in fact beat the crap out of them should it be provoked (which it was in one occasion). He even rants about the double standard of not hitting girls.



* A Sunday ''{{Peanuts}}'' strip has Lucy challenging Charlie Brown to fight - she'd done it before, leaving him slinking away and humiliated, but this time he was so annoyed he gave her the smallest tap on the nose. She naturally run off yelling that he'd hit a girl.

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* A Sunday ''{{Peanuts}}'' ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}'' strip has Lucy challenging Charlie Brown to fight - she'd done it before, leaving him slinking away and humiliated, but this time he was so annoyed he gave her the smallest tap on the nose. She naturally run runs off yelling that he'd hit a girl.girl.
* ''ComicStrip/{{Popeye}}'': Poopdeck Pappy slugged Olive Oyl when they first met. Olive never forgave him for it and the two have been at odds ever since.



* In Creator/{{Capcom}}'s unreleased ''Pinball/{{Kingpin}},'' The Kid doesn't hesitate to kill Trixie, the mob boss' {{Moll}}, on his way to the top.

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* In Creator/{{Capcom}}'s unreleased ''Pinball/{{Kingpin}},'' The Kid doesn't hesitate to kill Trixie, the mob boss' {{Moll}}, [[PaidHarem Moll]], on his way to the top.



** It might be safe to say all the warriors fight on equal standing, irrespective of gender. Arsenik has to defend himself against a team attack by two Valkyrie, while Onyx the BlackKnight is pretty much a lean, mean killing machine...who's also a [[StalkerWithoutACrush supernatually creepy stalker]].

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** It might be safe to say all the warriors fight on equal standing, irrespective of gender. Arsenik has to defend himself against a team attack by two Valkyrie, while Onyx the BlackKnight is pretty much a lean, mean killing machine...who's also a [[StalkerWithoutACrush supernatually supernaturally creepy stalker]].



* Morris of DomainTnemrot is perfectly willing to not only set his female slaves' hair on fire, he ''sucker punches'' children.

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* Morris of DomainTnemrot ''Webcomic/DomainTnemrot'' is perfectly willing to not only set his female slaves' hair on fire, he ''sucker punches'' children.






* WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic punched [[WebVideo/TheNostalgiaChick the Chick]] once in ''WebVideo/Kickassia''. In fairness, this was after she repeatedly hit him with a baseball bat and even then he apologized.
** The two fought in their Ferngully review, kicking the shit out of each other, breaking off to have a pillow fight, then fighting each other again. Though the Chick started it by throttling him.

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* WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic punched [[WebVideo/TheNostalgiaChick the Chick]] once in ''WebVideo/Kickassia''.''WebVideo/{{Kickassia}}''. In fairness, this was after she repeatedly hit him with a baseball bat and even then he apologized.
** The two fought in their Ferngully ''Ferngully'' review, kicking the shit out of each other, breaking off to have a pillow fight, then fighting each other again. Though the Chick started it by throttling him.



** WebVideo/ToddInTheShadows attacks [[Creator/AllisonPregler Lupa]] after he is MindRaped by Mechakara in ''WebVideo/ToBoldlyFlee'', but stops as soon as he comes to his senses.
* After a crossover review of the Asylum's ''Sherlock Holmes'', WebVideo/TheCinemaSnob punched WebVideo/ObscurusLupa in the face when she asked him if he wanted to watch another movie with her. An after the credits outtake shows [[Creator/BradJones Brad]] accidentally not pulling his punch, and hitting Lupa in the face; causing him to immediately start apologizing profusely.

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** WebVideo/ToddInTheShadows attacks [[Creator/AllisonPregler Lupa]] after he is MindRaped {{Mind Rape}}d by Mechakara in ''WebVideo/ToBoldlyFlee'', but stops as soon as he comes to his senses.
* After a crossover review of the Asylum's ''Sherlock Holmes'', WebVideo/TheCinemaSnob punched WebVideo/ObscurusLupa [[Creator/AllisonPregler Obscurus Lupa]] in the face when she asked him if he wanted to watch another movie with her. An after the credits outtake shows [[Creator/BradJones Brad]] accidentally not pulling his punch, and hitting Lupa in the face; causing him to immediately start apologizing profusely.
26th Mar '17 11:33:33 AM nombretomado
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* After a crossover review of the Asylum's ''Sherlock Holmes'', WebVideo/TheCinemaSnob punched ObscurusLupa in the face when she asked him if he wanted to watch another movie with her. An after the credits outtake shows [[Creator/BradJones Brad]] accidentally not pulling his punch, and hitting Lupa in the face; causing him to immediately start apologizing profusely.

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* After a crossover review of the Asylum's ''Sherlock Holmes'', WebVideo/TheCinemaSnob punched ObscurusLupa WebVideo/ObscurusLupa in the face when she asked him if he wanted to watch another movie with her. An after the credits outtake shows [[Creator/BradJones Brad]] accidentally not pulling his punch, and hitting Lupa in the face; causing him to immediately start apologizing profusely.
15th Mar '17 11:26:46 PM Tenma-Yuuki
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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kbRYTLzkd04 This bus driver]] in {{UsefulNotes/Cleveland}} who ''uppercuts'' a rowdy 25-year old woman after she hits him in the face.

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* [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kbRYTLzkd04 com/watch?v=TphCi4zH1sk This bus driver]] in {{UsefulNotes/Cleveland}} who ''uppercuts'' a rowdy 25-year old woman after she hits him in the face.
10th Mar '17 11:53:54 PM TomSFox
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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]]This line is exploiting the dual usage of "a lady" as slang for any woman, and as a term for a woman who displays a certain level of decorous behavior. By failing to behave as "a lady" would, she's forfeited her right to be treated as one.]].[[/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"]] lady" after the woman in question attacked him first or otherwise showed herself to be of low character.[[note]]This line is exploiting the dual usage of "a lady" as slang for any woman, and as a term for a woman who displays a certain level of decorous behavior. By failing to behave as "a lady" would, she's forfeited her right to be treated as one.]].[[/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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