->''"We're back. And I think we're in [[LivingMacGuffin Itsuki]]'s house. What bothers me though is that [[MagicalGirl Mikuru]], who's been carried here by Itsuki, looks like she's just gotten out of the bath. Maybe we're supposed to think that she was given a bath by Itsuki while she was unconscious? You've got to be kidding me! Then this would be the point where anyone's doubt turns into a [[UnstoppableRage white hot rage]], building into a desire to kill. But for now, I will not give it much thought, doing away with all the emotions that might be bubbling up. We are, after all, just watching a movie with actors playing characters. This isn't reality, right?"''
-->-- '''Kyon''', ''LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya'', "[[ShowWithinAShow The Adventures of Mikuru Asahina Episode 00]]"

->''"'Oh, by the way,' he said, 'what do you call yourselves?' Well, we looked at him and Mister Stephen J. Butts here looked at [[AmbiguouslyJewish Kenny Greengrass from New York City]] when asked 'what do you call yourselves' and said:\\
'The [[UsefulNotes/KuKluxKlan Clansmen]].'\\
The Clan -- Kenny turned absolutely white. And Butts said:\\
'With a C. With a '''C'''!'"''
-->-- '''Steve Trott''' of [[FolkMusic The Highwaymen]]

->''"I'm amazed sometimes at the subtext that writers don't spot in their own work."''
-->-- '''WebVideo/DiamandaHagan'''

->''"Our fox and hound find their long friendship thoroughly obliterated and end up trying to kill each other. Only after the member of the pursued and persecuted race does a favor for his oppressor (when the hunted saves the hunter's life) does the hound grant the fox permission to continue living.\\\
But not as equals; the hound returns to his home with the humans and the fox returns to the wild.\\\
That is how we will heal our racial and socioeconomic differences: [[StockAesops by separating ourselves]]. If only we could institute some kind of '[[UsefulNotes/TheApartheidEra segregation]]' where all of us could be with our own kind, none of this unpleasantness would happen.\\\
[[MisaimedFandom Thanks for showing us the way, Mr. Disney!]]"''
--> -- '''''Website/{{Cracked}}''''' on ''Disney/TheFoxAndTheHound''

->''"Horrific implications time!"'' *[[{{Sexophone}} porn music]]*
-->--'''WebVideo/TheNostalgiaChick''' on ''{{Disney/Mulan}}''

->'''Chris''': Meet Uncle Joe, as played by the star of ''{{Shaft}}'', '''Richard Roundtree'''. In a beret. For reasons I do not quite comprehend.\\
'''David''': Uncle Joe actually lives in what I can only describe as a ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'' trading outpost.\\
'''Chris''': As much as I love to see Richard Roundtree getting work, thereís no getting around it: the old junk-man who can produce anything you need because it ď[[UncleTomfoolery fell off the back of a truck]]Ē has got to be the most uncomfortable clichť in the entire film.
-->'''Chris Sims''' and '''David Uzumeri''' [[http://comicsalliance.com/comicsalliance-reviews-steel-1997-part-one/ on]] ''{{Film/Steel}}''

->''"In [[UsefulNotes/TheSixties 1966]], when most black people in the U.S. couldnít even be assured of their voting rights because [[UsefulNotes/CivilRightsMovement the Civil Rights war]] was still being fought, [[Creator/StanLee a New York Jew]] was writing about a brilliant black biochemist hanging out with [[ComicBook/TheAvengers the Avengers.]]\\\
So letís jump ahead forty goddamn years. What do [[IncompetenceInc the heirs and stewards]] of Stanís many creations decide to do with a groundbreaking character like Bill Foster, in their story about [[ComicBook/CivilWar the ever-present tension between freedom and security?]]\\\
Why, [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor a lily-white evil Norse uebermenschen]] blows his heart out with a bolt of lightning!"''
-->--'''''Topless Robot''''', [[http://www.toplessrobot.com/2008/09/the_10_people_who_have_stayed_dead_in_superhero_co.php "The 10 People Who Have Stayed Dead in Comics"]]

->''"Thereís also a truckload of unfortunate gender issues and semi-[[FreudWasRight Freudian]] father-son stuff going on that would require a whole other, longer essay to enumerate. Just to preview quickly: all the characters are explicitly labeled via caption. The one character labeled 'wife' [[StuffedIntoTheFridge is raped and murdered]]. Two out of three of the characters labeled 'father' kill each other after reuniting [[OedipusComplex with their estranged sons]]. And the one woman labeled 'divorcee' is revealed to be [[HystericalWoman a violent psychopath]]. Whenever she engages in or discusses this violent psychopathic behavior, the comic always shows us a close-up of a magazine cover picturing her, with the words '[[StayInTheKitchen On Divorce]]' printed big. Thereís oh so much more."''
-->--'''Jason Michelitch''' on ''ComicBook/IdentityCrisis'', [[http://comicsalliance.com/the-15-worst-comics-of-the-decade/ "The 15 Worst Comics of the Decade"]]

->''"...But let's close this review with a revisit of that lovely matter of racism that's been hanging around like a bad smell. ''[=RE5=]'' actually does a lot to defer that accusation: your partner is black ([[ButNotTooBlack a bit]]), quite a few whiteys are scattered throughout the early hordes, and real effort has been made into a somewhat realistic and sympathetic depiction of modern Africa.\\\
And ''then''...\\\
Halfway through the game, we suddenly find ourselves [[ChasedByAngryNatives in a succession of mud hut villages, fighting crowds of jabbering black people in loincloths and war paint chucking spears.]] Oh ''dears.'' Talk about sidestepping a pothole [[NotHelpingYourCase only to fall off a bridge.]]\\\
But one really shouldn't worry about this sort of thing unless there's genuine hatred behind it, and I don't get that impression. {{Capcom}} aren't ''bad'' people. They're just'' '''[[HanlonsRazor IDIOTS]]'''.''"''
-->--'''''WebAnimation/ZeroPunctuation''''' on ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil5'' [[note]]One thing Zero Punctuation missed is that there's an in-game justification for this; the pathogen of the game (Las Plagas[=/=]Uroboros) causes the infected (Majini) to revert to a tribal mentality, complete with using traditional, obsolete weapons. However, this is only stated in an optional file which is entirely possible to miss, and even then, it does ''not'' really sidestep the UnfortunateImplications involved.[[/note]]

->''"One thing I noticed as I systematically eliminated women from the Old West was that no one really cared. In ''[[VideoGame/RedDeadRedemption Red Dead]]'', if you shoot a woman in front of witnesses, you only get a $5 bounty on your head and I think $4.79 of that is from [[ComicallyMissingThePoint noise complaints]]. Women are such third class citizens that you'll get more of a hassle out of someone if you kill his chicken than if you kill his wife... Keep in mind that ''Red Dead'' doesn't take place in some lawless land. [[IFoughtTheLawAndTheLawWon They come after you for everything in this game.]] I've had the sheriff open fire on me after a pedestrian wandered into my horse. The U.S. Marshals started hunting me for driving [[VideoGameCrueltyPotential one simple wagon of dynamite]] into a friendly conversation. So the fact that traffic accidents carry the death penalty yet you can legally blow holes in prostitutes means that [[HeManWomanHater some woman-hating programmer]] took a lot of time to make sure it worked that way."''
-->--'''{{Creator/Seanbaby}}''', [[http://www.cracked.com/blog/6-ways-red-dead-redemption-hates-women/ "6 Things Red Dead Redemption Taught Me About (Hating) Women"]]

->''"The Doctor [[InterplayOfSexAndViolence attempts to choke his heavily sexualized female companion.]] He physically and violently assaults her in a manner that is chillingly familiar as a real-world phenomenon that happens to women at the hands of their male partners. Then he drags her against her will to what he says could be an entire life in which '[[MadeASlave it shall be your humble privilege to minister unto my needs.]]' She readily forgives him and [[StockholmSyndrome grins stupidly at his charms.]] Itís not Nicola Bryantís fault -- she plays the material [[TookTheBadFilmSeriously as well as it can be played.]] Nor is it [[Creator/ColinBaker (Colin) Bakerís]] fault. They try to make the scenes watchable, but nobody could possibly make this work. Peri is violently assaulted by a man who overtly sees her only purpose as being to serve him, and chooses happily to stay with him. The show treats this man as its hero and expects the audience to tune in nine months later to watch his continuing adventures."''
-->--'''Phil Sandifer''' [[http://www.philipsandifer.com/2012/04/does-it-offend-you-twin-dilemma.html on]] [[{{Recap/DoctorWhoS21E7TheTwinDilemma}} "The Twin Dilemma"]]

->''"More than any other Doctor and companion combination, I cringe when I watch the Sixth Doctor and Peri together, because it seems -- entirely unintentionally -- to evoke an abusive relationship. And if thereís last thing the dynamic in Doctor Who needs to be, it is abusive. [='=]''Does nothing please you?''[='=] the Doctor yells at one point, and he repeatedly resorts to bullying Peri to get his way.\\\
The relationships between the Doctor and his companions arenít always the healthiest... However, the problem with Bakerís Doctor is that the dynamic is explicitly aggressive, and bullying [[DesignatedHero seems to be his default technique]]. There are several times in Timelash when Peri flinches as the Doctor yells. If itís meant to be funny, the episode misjudges the dynamic entirely."''
-->--'''[[http://www.them0vieblog.com/2013/06/18/doctor-who-timelash-review/ Darren Mooney]]''' on ''Doctor Who'', [[{{Recap/DoctorWhoS22E5Timelash}} "Timelash"]]

->''"All those who feel that stereotypes aren't an issue when creating fictional groups for game purposes are free to take part in playtests for my new game '''''Sambo''': The RPG of Stealing Chickens and Eating Watermelons.''"
--> [=JellyRoll Baker=], on the subject of why one needs to be careful when dealing with [[{{FantasyCounterpartCulture}} Fantasy Counterpart Cultures]].

->''"I think I get the message of the story. Christianity is good, and most, if not all, women are evil skanks who should die. And so do anyone else who celebrate any other religion. And bands that are supposedly "evil". [[HatesEveryoneEqually And women in power, gays, and those who have disabilities.]]\\\
"That is one fucked-up message."''
-->-- From {{@/Arcadiarika}}'s liveblog of ''[[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/lb_i.php?lb_id=13208528280B41180100&i_id=13213691210I38620100&p=10 The Evil Gods I]]''

->''"It dehumanizes men by portraying them as immature schlubs whose biology renders them incapable of any form of emotional connection. It dehumanizes women by putting them on a pedestal, holding them to impossible standards and then accusing them of having special advantages that they actually don't. It trivializes male-to-female transsexualism by turning it into escapism for men who want to have pillow fights, and erases female-to-male transsexualism because it's not fun. Most ironically, by adhering so rigidly to sexist stereotypes, it just perpetuates the same men-who-like-knitting-are-pathetic-fags attitude that inspired the whole thing to begin with. Just to rub it in, it later turns out that feminists are evil.''\\\
''Basically, no matter what your gender or your sexuality, this comic treats you like shit."''
-->--[[http://badwebcomicswiki.shoutwiki.com/wiki/The_Wotch The Bad Webcomics Wiki]] on '''TheWotch'''
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