Lizzie Devine, Numbuh One's girlfriend during most of Codename: Kids Next Door, is often bashed. Numbuh Two is also often bashed for getting in the way of 1/5 even though he's not even in a relationship with Numbuh Five. (The latter case is no longer as common as it used to be.)
It is hinted in The Grand Finale that Numbuh Two may have married Numbuh Five when they grew up (despite his canon crush on 5's sister Cree). So, Two is as valid a target as anyone... Also, in the series, Lizzie breaks up with Nigel willingly.
Also, the 3/4 shippers (the name is often used intentionally) are constantly at war with the 13 and 45 shippers.
Terra, from Teen Titans, was absolutely loathed by Beast Boy/Raven shippers after she appeared in season two. After her revelation as Slade's apprentice, the hate magnified even more; many fics were written featuring Terra as a maniacal sociopath... which, ironically, fits the originalcomic version of her. The show's version is quite different.
Starfire, as part of the Official Couple, tends to get a LOT of hatred from Robin/Raven fans.
Robin and Beast Boy occasionally get hatred from Beast Boy/Raven shippers and Robin/Raven shippers respectively. Robin will also sometimes get this from Raven/Starfire shippers.
Some Daria fans are still upset that Daria got over her crush on the cool slacker Trent and ended up with the charming preppie Tom, even though Tom is exactly like Daria, only male and well-adjusted and it's also made clear in the series that she would have been really unhappy with Trent. Perhaps some of this antipathy stems from the fact that, initially, it seemed like Daria "stole" Tom from Jane; in canon, the characters all eventually got past it and agreed it was unintentional and probably inevitable. The weird part is that Tom and Daria broke up at the end of the series anyway, so they're free to ship her with anyone else... and yet they still try to kill him.
There's also a group of fans that believe Daria must remain single for eternity in order to maintain her status as a strong female character. Therefore, any scene that depicted Daria being attracted to men, displaying a wish of having a fulfilling heterosexual relationship, or actually dating, is bashed for trying to "ruin" Daria's independence.
Trent's on-and-off girlfriend Monique is also portrayed as an evil bitch in several Daria/Trent fics, despite her canon self being sweet and friendly.
It should be noted that after a decade, however, the whole Ship-to-Ship Combat in the fandom has died down a lot; the old fans have gotten over it and many of the newer ones went into the series knowing what was going to happen. These days, Tom-bashing is more a tongue-in-cheek joke than anything, and Daria/Trent, while still popular, is often seen as kind of cliché.
Josh Mankey from Kim Possible was often vilified for standing in the way of Kim/Ron before Kim stated that they had drifted apart in the third season. He was usually depicted as womanizing, manipulative, or abusive. This, even though he was shown as caring and understanding the few times he dated Kim. Although, since he was simply a character as a plot device he was very poorly defined and thus open to wide interpretation with what little was shown of him in the show.
Kim suffers from this in Rongo stories that pair him with Shego. Often, Kim is transformed into a demanding, jealous bitch who treats Ron like dirt. One wallbanging fic had her slash her wrists after the pair were married.
Ron is sometimes portrayed as a completely incompetent, useless tag-along who doesn't have any redeeming qualities — that is, someone who doesn't "deserve" Kim. The more extreme shippers portray his friendship with Kim as little more than "generosity" (that is, pity) on Kim's part. He usually isn't killed by such writers, but he usually has his role reduced to little more than an annoying Scrappy everyone else puts up with. There's also the "Ron was just a rebound" plot device, which can go two ways. On one hand, it can be used against Ron so Kim can dump him for someone else the shipper prefers her with. On the other, it could be used to make Kim look like a bitch so Ron can run into the arms of another (who presumably ISN'T a rebound) for comfort. To the point that one infamous fanfic had that "another" be Kim's own mother.
Then there's Yori, Ron's Ninja friend who was clearly in love with him. Despite Kim's jealousness fans see her as no threat to their relationship, as Yori is perfectly fine with Kim and Ron as a couple.
Danny Phantom had Samantha "Sam" Manson (the one Danny ended up with) as this early in the fandom; she was hated, despised, and bashed in fanfiction written by Danny fangirls who paired Danny with the writer's Original Character. To this day, the worst of those stories are still archived in Quizilla. However, the hate for Sam toned down when ValerieGray went through, not only Character Development, but also a Gondor Calls for Aid episode in which she and Danny become friends, and eventually ended up in a Dating Catwoman situation. Since then, Valerie has been despised by a large part of the fandom (even though they broke up because Valerie didn't want to put Danny in danger), since the two still maintained romantic feelings for each other. Although by the end of the series it's hinted prior to his Last Minute Hookup with Sam that Danny got over Valerie, the hate is still going strong. It's not surprising to find a fanfic in which Sam is depressed over Danny and Valerie's relationship, and it turns out that Danny is only dating Valerie because he thinks Sam will never love him and never loved Valerie in the first place.
Danny/Valerie shippers frequently claim Sam is some kind of manipulative shrew who thinks of Danny as a tool for her own agendas. It got even worse after the finale.
The Fairly Oddparents: Timmy/Trixie shippers end up bashing Tootie, and Timmy/Tootie shippers bash Trixie. It is mostly Trixie and Tootie fans who do the bashing... In one fanfic, known as "Trixie's True Self 2", Tootie even went to the evil side — something she would never do on the show — after Timmy started dating a new tomboy-fied Trixie. It is even said to happen with the writers.
Missy (Timmy's new love interest) has already gotten this.
Not helped when season 3 extra materials turned up a legit script of Terry/Max, that was not just given a simple rejection but given an automatic no by Timm (who had intended the episode to be Terry/Dana before Burnett rewrote it).
Gargoyles fans have never entirely forgiven Angela for picking Broadway over Brooklyn. Some of them (the ones that don't kill him off) even derail Broadway from a Gentle Giant into a wife-beater in their fics so that Angela can go running into the arms of Brooklyn.
There's an in-show example too, as Demona ships herself with Goliath even in the 1990s. Thus, she particularly hates Elisa more than she hates the rest of humanity.
Some Lance/Kitty fans are getting just as rabid as Kurtty fans. Yeah, overall they're not as bad, but some are reallygetting vicious towards Kurtty fans, and even Kurt in general. Usually they tend to just stick him with Amanda or even Wanda, but now, well, he's just as likely to get bashed. Although some do it to defend Lancitty from attack, some do take it too far, and accuse anyone who doesn't ship Lancitty, no matter the reason, of just being narrow-minded Kurtty fans. All this fighting over little Kitty! Someone needs to drop her and write the much hotter Lance/Kurt.
Ben 10: As for Ben, Kai is often portrayed in fanfiction as a snobby Rich Bitch-esque character.
Kevin/Gwen fans now perceive Charmcaster as getting in the way of their ship due to her seducing Kevin in her Alien Force debut episode. Michael Morningstar/Darkstar gets a similar reaction due to his constant flirtations toward "lovely Gwen". Sometimes there is no Die for Our Ship, though, and Charmcaster and Darkstar wind up paired with each other instead.
The Spectacular Spider-Man: When Liz Allen came onto the scene, many viewers hated her for getting in the way of Peter/Gwen... but then this trope ended up becoming subverted when these viewers' hatred gave way to pity as it became clear that Peter loved Gwen and Liz was just a Hopeless Suitor. It helped that her inevitable breakup with Peter was a Tear Jerker.
A reversed situation happened with Harry/Gwen. When Gwen starts dating Harry, it's clear that she's doing so just because she feels sorry for him. Shippers agreed with her decision (Harry went through some Grade-A Shit last season) and they waited patiently for them to break-up so we could get to the Peter/Gwen. Just when the build-up to the fabled ship arrived, Harry found out Gwen's true feelings and became jealous. Then another woobie moment happens, and Harry decides to Kick the Dog by manipulating Gwen into staying with him to "ease the pain," though it's evident he's just jealous of Peter. Shippers promptly went to war.
And then there's the small contingent of Mary Jane/Peter shippers who want Gwen to die for the ship because, well, in the comics, she does. They're mostly pretty quiet, though.
In conclusion: Spectacular Spider-Man shippers are some of the sanest out there. And therefore the most horrifying. *shudder*
A great number of fans of the movie Felidae are huge fans of the Francis/Felicity pairing even though Felicity is brutally decapitated only minutes after she's introduced in the film and the cat Francis had sex with in the film is the one who becomes his mate. It probably has something to do with the fact that Felicity is set up as a sweet naive Ill Girlshortly before she dies. By contrast, Nhozemptekh - exotically pretty as she may be - is unfortunately given little character development beyond being a Nubile Savage in kitty form.
Justified in that the film is about cats, who are more interested in plain ol' sex rather than anything romantic. Too bad the fans don't realize this...
Many shippers of the Jake/Rose relationship in American Dragon Jake Long became irate when Jake flirted with a certain pink-hat wearing girl because she was a girl who Jake was attracted to and who was not Rose. She was even speculated to be the "Siren" of a later episode and working for the Dark Dragon. As the show played out, however, the girl proved to be nothing more than an extra with a few lines.
Phoebus, from the Disney version of The Hunchback of Notre Dame, gets this a lot from people who prefer Esmeralda to be with either Quasimodo or Frollo. Instead of being the wry, sensible man he is, Phoebus is portrayed as an abusive Jerkass (completely accurate in the novel, where Phoebus is the only main character without a single redeeming quality, but not in the Disney film). Quasi/Esme shippers especially seem to think that having Esme end up with Phoebus is a betrayal of the film's "Looks don't matter" message.
Suzy Johnson of Phineas and Ferb is an odd example of this because she is Jeremy's little sister. However, she's violently opposed to him dating Candace and tortures her at every opportunity, making her highly unpopular with C/J shippers.
Johnny occasionally got this from some Ferb/Vanessa shippers, though it largely subsided when it seemed he would just be a Boy of the Week. More than a season later he's back as Vanessa's official boyfriend (in series of the Latin American version at least), and it's started up again.
In "Minor Monogram", they break up because Johnny is more interested in a video game than her.
...and then she hooked up with Monty Monogram. Here we go again...
Vanessa isn't too liked by a small number of Ferb/Gretchen shippers, or just people who find the idea of her and Ferb together—-which seems sort of unnecessary, since she doesn't even knowFerb likes her anyway.
Trent of Total Drama Islandused to be bashed by people who would rather see Gwen and Cody together, often portrayed as a shallow, abusive jerk. The hate has more or less ended now that they broke up on the show (ironically for the opposite reason - he was too clingy and needy).
Sierra gets crucified for her massive crush on Cody (Though there are otherreasons to dislike their relationship even if you don't ship him with someone else). In fact, it already happened when Beth kissed Cody on the cheek as he was voted off (few people like Beth/Cody).
Alejandro (the new male contestant) gets quite a lot of hate from Harold/Leshawna, Geoff/Bridgette and Tyler/Lindsay shippers, and anybody who ships Heather with anybody else. Of course, this is sort of a Justified Trope with everyone but Heather—-he never had any interest in those other girls, he was just toying with them for his own villainous purposes.
Owen's growing dislike-dom largely overlaps with those who pair Izzy with anyone else. It really doesn't help that he once had a What the Hell, Hero? moment when he pushed her in front of a serial killer to save his own life. This has died down after they broke up in the actual series... only instead of keeping him and Izzy together, fan works use this as a way to quickly pair up Izzy with someone else.
Geoff is sort of an unusual example - TDA turned him into a massive Jerk Ass and came very close to breaking him and Bridgette up, but he pulled a Heel-Face Turn by the end of the season and won her back. Still, those who want to pair Bridgette with somebody else sometimes just use that as an excuse, creating an AU where he stayed a jerk.
There are many reasons for Total Drama fans to hate Heather. One of them is being seen as a threat to Harold/Leshawna shippers.
Tyler is the butt of many Trent/Lindsay jokes.
In The Powerpuff Girls fandom, Powerpuff/Rowdyruff shippers are surprisingly vicious towards anyone who even touches pairings but the Girls and their color counterparts, even though the Boys are their Evil Twins and Buttercup had more sexual — um, tension towards Ace than towards Butch — and that's just for starters.
The owner of the Rikochet/Buena Girl Yahoo! group once ran a poll asking "Do you hate Penny Plutonium because her crush on Rikochet interferes with his relationship with Buena Girl?" Immediately following, he got responses voting for "Yes! Death to Penny Plutonium!"
Jimmy/Cindy shippers in Jimmy Neutron do not approve of the existence of Betty, or in some cases April. Though, for what it's worth, Cindy doesn't exactly approve of Betty either. Made weirder because Betty made it clear she didn't have any romantic interest in Jimmy and basically told Cindy that she could have him. Some fans just can't accept that Cindy is in the wrong with her behavior here.
Code Lyoko's Ulrich/Yumi shippers tend to take the flawed character aspects of alternate love interests Sissi (who is canonically outwardly annoying, but does show Jerk with a Heart of Gold depths) and William (a canonical Stalker with a Crush, but more dark than evil) and exaggerate them beyond recognition until there's no way they could threaten their beloved ship. Or the writers save themselves the trouble and kill them off, or pair them with each other. All of which is really unnecessary, since both Sissi and William are canonically Hopeless Suitors (Sissi from the beginning and William once he becomes Brainwashed and Crazy.) Ulrich/Yumi is in much more danger from Ulrich and Yumi themselves than outside forces.
Many Helga/Arnold shippers hate and despise Lila for Arnold's former crush on her throughout the last part of the series. Which is odd, because Lila did nothing but gently and repeatedly turn Arnold down, and even helped Helga kiss him after getting her to admit her crush. Granted, it has been said by Word of God that Lila is really subconsciously stringing Arnold along due to a repressed sexual side, but that still doesn't make her the Evil Bitch from Hell!
Ruth and Summer also don't get spared from this, despite the fact that Ruth was insignificant to Arnold after season 1 and Summer was just a one-shot character who was just using Arnold to begin with and already had a boyfriend.
Dawn from KaBlam!! probably gets a lot of hate from Henry/June shippers, when in her first (and probably only) appearance, Henry started flirting with her. June was not pleased.
One-shot character Kitka the Falcon from The Penguins of Madagascar occasionally gets hate from Skilene shippers. Said shippers also don't like seeing Marlene paired with Julien or Fred the Squirrel, either.
The Woody/Dolly pairing has also become quite popular with some fanfic authors. There are at least a couple of AU human fics that have turned Bo Peep into an Alpha Bitch so that Woody could break up with her and pair with Dolly, his artistic childhood friend.
In The Real Ghostbusters Janine Melnitz often becomes the target because of her love interest Egon Spengler. Usually vilified as either an over controlling harpy or a heartless slut. If the pairing is OC/Egon, then this can get especially bad. Doesn't help that Ramis wasn't too fond of Janine/Egon either in the original movies.
The above Ship Sinking of Egon and Janine's attraction in the movies had also led to Louis Tully getting a load of hate and revenge fic from Egon/Janine shippers, despite the fact that the animated Louis barely got to have much a chance with her.
Marceline the Vampire Queen is not the favorite character of Finn/Princess Bubblegum shippers when she gets paired with either character. It's since died down after Finn and Marcie both sunk the ship in the episode "Go With Me" while most of Bubblegum and Marceline's interactions can be interpreted as a friendship gone sour just as much as a relationship gone bad.
A non-romantic or shippy example: Many fans had this opinion about Lemongrab after Too Young. Never mind the fact that he's an obnoxious, unempathetic, mean jerk - the fact that he (unintentionally) prevented Finn from being with Princess Bubblegum was what got Fubblegum shippers to hate him!
And let's not forget that in the end of "Red Throne", Cinnamon Bun admitted his love to Flame Princess. That led those who ship Finn and Flame Princess to become outraged. So outraged, many ragequit the show.
Lo from Stoked is public enemy #1 for Reef/Fin shippers.
Transformers fans are often the embodiment of this trope, with Prowl/Jazz frequently serving as the poster child.
Surprisingly, there's little to none of this immature behavior in Justice League fandom, despite the Love Triangle between Shayera/Hawkgirl, Mari/Vixen and John/Green Lantern. Maybe it's helped by how, yanno, the three act more or less like adults in canon about it? Then again, it is also canon that Rex/Warhawk is Shayera and John's Kid from the Future, so maybe the GL/HG fans don't feel that threatened since they know Mari will be out of the picture later without any need to derail her.
Oh God, Wild Kratts. It was BAD. Youtube was the real warzone for a while, until one user put their foot down and put a stop to the bashing. It then moved to Fanfiction, up until yet another user put their foot down. The Vocal Minority were basically terrorists, claiming that the show has evidence (which was parodied in another Youtube video, which has just as much "evidence" as Martin/Aviva). And poor Chris. Poor, poor Chris, who did nothing wrong, was victimized, all for being Martin's brother. The only way to stop it is to fight fire with fire. It's beginning to look like the Vocal Minority are indeed sock puppets of the same person...
Even the romance freeMy Little Ponies aren't safe from this. Miss Cheerilee used to be a well liked background pony. Then the synopsis for the episode "Hearts and Hooves Day" said she would be going on a date with Big Macintosh. Since Big Macintosh was a Launcher of a Thousand Ships, the fallout from FlutterMac, TwiMac, etc. shippers was vicious, even in spite of the fact that (a) it was an episode about the Cutie Mark Crusaders setting up the pair, and everything they do is usually an adorable failure, (b) ultimately, the episode ended on a very ambiguous Maybe Ever After, and (c) any other hints of a continued relationship between Cheerilee and Big Mac were never mentioned or spoken of for the rest of the season. However, a scene in the episode Just for Sidekicks shows Cheerilee and Big Mac walking side by side in the background, the latter of which is carrying a basket of apples and implying that the two are possibly forming a relationship. But try telling that to those wishing death on Cheerilee and calling her among other things, a scarlet woman (because according to the fandom, she is older than Big Macintosh).
Flash Sentry was hit by loads of fandom flak before he even got a name (even before the movie came out, bringing with it every last ounce of Ship Tease you'd expect). Just seeing official artwork of him standing next to Twilight was enough to spark enough shipping rage to last a decade.
Princess Cadance and Shining Armor, one of the few canon couples in the show, get this a lot. Mostly Shining. Cadance's unspecifiedmortal status as an alicorn may or may not actually justify it.
Young Justice is getting a lot of this in light of the recent timeskip for Season 2, "Invasion." Every Fangirl who has shipped Superboy and Miss Martian together are all up in arms over their breakup, and her being with Lagoon Boy. There is so much hate for poor La'gaan that it's starting to turn into hate for the show in general as far as they're concerned. Those fans of the show who remember the MST3K Mantra have started referring to them as "Keezy Fem," a derogatory term in Interlac, used In-Universe by Lobo in reference to Wonder Girl and Batgirl, who were in his way on a bounty-hunting job in the first episode of Season 2.
Also, while Nightwing is loved by just about everyone in the fandom, if you pair him up with either Wally or Artemis, some Spitfire shippers can get ugly.
Bette Kane's appearance in the tie-in comic and the revelation that she and Nightwing had a one-night stand together (which Greg Weisman teased "could lead to something more") got shippers of Nightwing/Batgirl angry, as it was given as one reason why Barbara wasn't ready to settle down into a relationship with Dick just yet (between that, and his flirting with Rocket and Zatanna). To add to the distaste for Bette, she was portrayed as having forgotten Dick's name and not even remembering who he was.
Poor, poor Captain Rex from Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Anakin/Ahsoka shippers utterly LOVE to make him an abusive boyfriend or husband for Ahsoka so that she'll go to Anakin for help.
Not that "Rexsoka" could really be a possibility anyway, what with Rex being a clone who would age twice as fast (if he wasn't older than her already).
And not that Anisoka is really a possibility either, what with Anakin being Ahsoka's Big Brother figure and already married to Padme.
But the fandom loves to make Padme out to be a domineering, emotionally distant bitch to get Anakin to run to Ahsoka.
Given that the entire point of the Prequel Trilogy was to show the downward descent of Anakin Skywalker, this is a tricky one to judge as there is a measure of Justified Trope in play here.
Then there came Steela in the Season Five Onderon arc. Cue fangirl jabs about her being a "cougar" (because she's got a crush on a guy a few years younger than her), in addition to the usual accusations of "bitch" and "slut". This died down at the end of the arc, when she turned out to be a Romantic False Lead who actually did die. Cue the hurt/comfort Luxsoka fics with Ahsoka consoling Lux over this development.
And also cue a few of the more outspoken Luxsoka shippers cheering at Steela's death and pretending she never existed in the first place.
Family Guy fans who pair Brian with Jillian hate Derek Wilcox.
Alice is not even immune to this, as a vocal minority of Warden/Mistress fans have invoked this trope on her for allegedly "stealing" Mistress from Warden, and for Warden having an (unrequited) crush on her instead of having feelings for the Mistress. In some cases, she gets hate for being in the way of shipping Warden with O Cs, even though it's repeatedly shown that she doesn't feel the same for the Warden as he does for her. Less commonly but most egregiously, transphobic comments wind up leveled at her for not being a "real woman" for Warden to lust over.
Winx Club: Aisha/Nabu fans HATE Roy. Especially now that it seems the writers are making him her new love interest.
There are the bitter Les Yay shippers who are still convinced Tom was invented for the sole purpose of ruining their fantasies. This despite both Daria and Jane (especially Jane) constantly showing interest in and pursuing men.
It should be noted that after a decade, however, the whole Ship-to-Ship Combat in the fandom has died down a lot; the old fans have gotten over it and many of the newer ones went into the series knowing what was going to happen. These days, Tom-bashing is more a tongue-in-cheek joke than anything.
In Kim Possible, a good portion of Kigo writers portray Ron as a completely incompetent, useless tag-along who doesn't have any redeeming qualities — that is, someone who doesn't "deserve" Kim. The more extreme shippers portray his friendship with Kim as little more than "generosity" (that is, pity) on Kim's part. He usually isn't killed by such writers, but he usually has his role reduced to little more than an annoying Scrappy everyone else puts up with.
Kigo writers have a habit of taking Drakken to one of two extremes to get him out of the picture. One has him be a bigoted Jerkass who can't stand to see Shego with anyone else (especially not a woman); the other has him be a worthless loser who couldn't tie his shoes without Shego and is holding her back from being successful.
Isabella gets this from time to time for her crush on Phineas, especially from Phineas/Ferb shippers.
There is an obnoxious tendency on the part of Kodi/Dusty shippers to kill off the characters Ralph and Kirby; in the first case Dusty/Ralph is canon according to Word of God with Kodi/Kirby just being a consequence of mild Ho Yay. And don't think about shipping Kodi/Dusty and Kirby/Ralph; it's a ticket to the afterlife. That said, many people also kill Stella (the female goose from the second sequel, which is also from where all the characters mentioned in this paragraph come from), and whereas they pair Boris with someone else or not is irrelevant.
Toy Story: Jessie gets it a bit from the Buzz/Woody shippers.
Actually Margaret's the one that gets all the bashing and hatred while Eileen just gets ignored.
In the Sidekick fandom, Kitty and Vana are despised by the Trevor/Eric fangirls for obvious reasons.
There are the type of Metalocalypse fans that believe Abigail gets in the way of their favored slash ships, even though she did not show as much interest in Pickles as he did for her. She still gets hate regardless.
My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic, being a highly popular show, will naturally have fans(besides the het examples above) hating characters for their Les/Ho Yay Ships as well. Miss Cheerilee is less then liked by the CarMac or other Big Macintosh/anyone else fabs.
There's some of this between people who ship Rainbow Dash with Applejack and people who ship her with Pinkie Pie.
Oh hell. If you dare to ship any two (or more) ponies that aren't Lyra and Bon Bon, you'll get hit by some fire.
Strangly enough, Princess Cadence is usually well loved by almost everyone in the general consensuses. However, on the Rule34 side of the MLP Fi M fandom, she is loathed by most of the yaoi fans, incest fans, and especially fans of pairings of Shining Armor with any pony (e.g Shining/Trixie, Shining/Big Mac, etc) but Cadence. As of late, the Shining Armor/Cadence pairing is one of the least popular (ironically enough, the pairing is well beloved by almost every fan of the series) in shipping. In fact, most of the time the reason why Shining Armor would die for their ship is more because of the implied May-December Romance.
Flash Sentry was hit by loads of fandom flak before he even got a name (even before the movie came out, bringing with it every last ounce of Ship Tease you'd expect). Just seeing official artwork of him standing next to Twilight was enough to spark enough shipping rage to last a decade.
Despite what some people think, the Sponge Bob Squarepants fandom does have shippers, and more than enough of the ones that pair Spongebob with either Patrick, Squidward, or some other male character from the show have a blinding hatred for Sandy Cheeks and those who support the Spongebob/Sandy couple for having the nerve to think Spongebob likes her. Surprisingly, there doesn't seem to be much argument between those who ship other slash pairings, nor do they seem to do the same with Pearl. (Then again, it's Pearl and not too many people ship her with Spongebob anyway.)
Infamously, Superjail! also has cases of Ho Yay ships that invite hatred towards any female characters that are deemed to "interfere" with male-on-male pairings. It is incredibly rare to see male characters hated for interference with female-only ships, due to the show's Smurfette Principle:
The Mistress received some very over-the-top hatred from fans that preferred shipping the Warden with Lord Stingray, or that felt she was getting in the way of any of their pairings (despite the fact that she and Warden were not an official couple). The bashing died down a little after season 3, mainly because her sleeping with Alice and becoming a hippie in need of no men seemed to have momentarily killed the possibility of her "cockblocking" slash. However, as Mistress has now been reported to go through yet another change and with the Ship-to-Ship Combat that already exists, this too may fire up again.
Charise is generally accepted as Jared's love interest, but some of the Warden/Jared shippers would rather she die or disappear for their pairing to be made more possible.