%% Leave image on right
[[quoteright:350:[[Manga/OuranHighSchoolHostClub http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/snapshot20081221151747.jpg]]]]
[-[[caption-width-right:350:[[PuttingOnTheReich We swear to purge this earth of disgusting male pigs!]]]]-]

->''"There are now women politicians, women soldiers, women scientists, women astronauts. But our mission is only half-done: we still haven't prevented men from doing those things!"''
-->-- '''April June''', ''WesternAnimation/ChillyBeach''

%% Just leave this definition alone, please. It carries the entire meaning and any elaborations do not help.
A character whose "feminism" is drawn only for the purposes of either [[TheWarOnStraw proving them wrong]] or [[PlayedForLaughs providing comedy]].

%% Just leave this definition alone, please. It carries the entire meaning and any elaborations do not help.

Due to the polarizing nature of straw tropes such as this, RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment should be considering to avoid possibility of FlameWar. In real life, all ideologies have a few bad seeds that shine a negative light on the others.

[[Administrivia/NoRealLifeExamplesPlease This trope is about examples in media only, making real life examples pointless]].

See also [[UsefulNotes/{{Feminism}} Useful Notes on Feminism]]. Related tropes include: StrawMisogynist, which is this trope with the [[GenderFlip genders reversed]]; SoapboxSadie, a child character whose crusades aren't limited to feminism but it's almost always included; and the GranolaGirl, who is similar in ideology but the polar opposite in disposition.

!Please refrain from adding TruthInTelevision or [[Administrivia/NoRealLifeExamplesPlease real life]] examples to this page.


* Parodied in the Advertising/MAndMs campaign featuring "Mrs. Brown" (a brown M&M) as one of these. In contrast to the sexy, go-go boot wearing green M&M, Mrs. Brown is a dour bookworm in [[NerdGlasses hipster glasses]] who condescendingly berates people for [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything only liking her because she's made of chocolate, and not for her intellect,]] [[{{Hypocrite}} while dating a man based solely on his appearance.]]

[[folder:Anime and Manga]]
* ''Anime/AquarionEvol'' features MIX, a prudish redhead who deems boys inferior to girls in terms of combat potential, and is opposed to inter-gender interaction even after her school turned from gender-segregated to coed. She in particular despises Andy and his [[LovableSexManiac lecherous antics]]. This is partially justified by her father's affair with a woman he met at a hole-in-the-wall bathhouse (thus also contributing to her dislike of holes, which happens to be Andy's specialty). Soon, however, she starts defrosting to her male classmates and learns to cooperate with them.
* ''Anime/ArmitageIII''. The {{backstory}} is given in snippets, but a key plot element is that feminists have become political powerhouses equivalent to Greens. It is implied by the presence of an Earth "observer" that on Earth, women have gained status equivalent to South African whites under apartheid -- and few are willing to give that up just because MarsNeedsWomen. Space has been colonized, and Mars has been partially {{Terraform}}ed, but has thus been unable to draw enough women to the planet to breed new Martians. Androids known as "[[AMechByAnyOtherName Seconds]]" were created first as a source of labor, then upgraded to RidiculouslyHumanRobots as a immigration draw; come to Mars and leave the shrews behind for a [[ExtremeDoormat sweet, willing]] [[MegaCorp conCeption]] {{Sexbot}}! The long term solution was to [[spoiler:''build'' fertile women -- the eponymous "Thirds"; robots so human that they can be '''impregnated'''. When the Straw Feminists find out about the plan, the threat to their power base pisses them off to no end, resulting in an ultimatum; scrap the baby machines or Mommy will come do it personally, [[TheWarOfEarthlyAggression along with as much of the landscape as necessary]]]].
* ''Manga/MaidSama'' stars Misaki Ayuzawa, the first female StudentCouncilPresident of an all-boys-turned-coed school, who initially fits this trope, causing her no end of trouble against the majority male student body. Her backstory -- her father abandoning her, her younger sister, and their sickly mother to a huge debt -- provides some justification, and soon CharacterDevelopment forces her to face the fact that the boys' antagonism to her is but a reflection of her own antagonism against them. It soon becomes clear that, regardless, Misaki's dislike of injustice in any form is much stronger than her dislike of men.
* '' Manga/OnePiece'': Used to its full extent in the Amazon Lily Arc, when Luffy was sent there by Kuma. Most of the Kuja warriors have a severe distrust of men, despite most not having even met one. Their society is SO strict that a Marine Vice-Admiral had to dock his ship 15 miles from the coast.[[spoiler:Gets relaxed to few meters from the coast, but the point still stands.]] Those that do help became suspected and put to be killed (though most of their fellow Kuja are actually horrified by this.) Luffy becomes put to death when he accidentally saw the leaders' mark on her back (signifying an aspect of her horrific past she and her sisters will do anything to keep secret.) [[spoiler: Luffy defeats both the giant panther sent to kill him and the two sisters before actually covering up one of their marks because he knew it meant alot for the sisters to keep it secret.([[NotDistractedByTheSexy Also, Luffy's completely unaffected by Hancock's charms which means he's completely unaffected by her Devil Fruit powers)]]]]. Furthermore, Luffy proves the conviction of his choice when offered a ride off the island or the de-petrification of the subjects that helped him. He not only chooses the latter, but ''bows'' his head while doing so, flabbergasting them. Eventually he learns their horrific past and his kindness touched them all that [[spoiler: Boa Hancock actually falls for him.]] Despite this, he is still one of the very few men allowed freely (the other being Rayleigh Silvers, who helped the Boa sisters in the past.)
** It also mildly deconstructs the notion. A large reason for their zealous vitriol against men is out of never interacting with one. Most don't even seem to understand them as being much like fellow human beings. They try and use ''Luffy'', the first male they met, as an example, which leads to HilarityEnsues, especially when they assume that all males are also made of rubber (they have no understanding of Devil Fruits and believe the Boa sisters' powers were the result of a curse.) Even those that go out on crews and see the outside world, only have a basic understanding, which is not much. The only ones that have a decent understanding of the outside world, the Boa sisters, also influenced the society because the first men they met were unfortunately the World Nobles (who are scumbags supreme). Despite this, they are civil when on the job (namely when Hancock is performing her duty as Warlord.)
** As for how they maintain their society, the actual pirates of the Kuja go out and have daughters with (presumably strong) men to bring back to the island. However, it's been implied that some may not have returned. At the very least, many Empresses have actually died from ''lovesickness'' (or rather, from denying their love) to a certain man. The only survivor besides Hancock was the previous Empress, who's the Boa sisters' mother figure and being the oldest, have the most experience, thus averting this.
* Benio and the Zuka Club from ''Manga/OuranHighSchoolHostClub'' are a troupe of [[SchoolgirlLesbians lesbian actresses]] (parody of the real-life {{Takarazuka}} Revue) who advocate female superiority and at one point (pictured above) perform a [[ThoseWackyNazis Nazi salute]] against a backdrop of a red flag with the Japanese character 女 (''onna'' meaning "woman") instead of a Swastika -- ''literal'' feminazis. Their radicalism is probably just a result of being headstrong teenagers who are just as silly as the Host Club. At the end of the episode, Haruhi, whom they'd been trying to recruit, tells them that she finds their viewpoint "interesting and unique" but doesn't feel like leaving her friends in the Host Club. In the original manga, the conflict is eventually resolved with the Host Club's apologetic invitation to one of the Zuka Club's performances, which everyone found enjoyable. This ending was replaced with [[BananaPeel banana peel jokes]] in Bones' anime adaptation.
* In ''Manga/{{Shitsurakuen}}'', the female protagonist tries to protect girls from their male chauvinistic classmates, and she has [[YuriGenre lesbian attractions]] with the girls under her protection. As it turns out, [[spoiler:she is only interested in helping girls because she was attacked by a PsychoLesbian, and once she realizes this, she realizes that it's wrong to only focus on helping girls and being attracted to girls, because the boys shouldn't be considered villains. She immediately forgives all the boys and starts dating one]]. The offensiveness is far less with this example given the way everything in the story is treated seriously.
* During the 'Til Death chapter of the Franchise/StarTrek [[ComicBookAdaptation manga]] the ''Enterprise'' comes across a [[AfterTheEnd ruined planet]], finding two sarcophagi on the surface. After beaming them back up the male and female crew begin acting hostile toward each other, at which point the women begin to behave as Straw Feminist and the men begin to act [[StrawMisogynist in a similar fashion]]. The sarcophagi open and Spock is able to determine that the planet was [[ApocalypseHow destroyed]] in a [[{{Gendercide}} gender war]], the leaders of which inside the coffins have been [[MassHypnosis psychically influencing]] the crew.
* This is most likely the reason why women are viewed as monsters by men in ''Anime/{{Vandread}}''.

* The ''Music/CapitolSteps'' "Angry Feminist Nursery Rhymes".

[[folder:Comic Books]]
* If written badly, Franchise/WonderWoman can become this. Sometimes, though, it's used [[DeliberateValuesDissonance to explore values dissonance]] or as a foundation for character development, such as with Diana's origin story.
** Parodied in a Creator/GailSimone issue showing a [[StylisticSuck really bad movie]] of Diana's life (created by a villain):
-->'''Old Amazon:''' I say to you, that beast is man! See its lust for alcohol, and raw meat, and sex!\\
'''Wonder Woman:''' ''(ThoughtCaption)'' Well, ''this'' is a diplomatic nightmare. Why do people think a belief in women equals a hatred of men?\\
'''Old Amazon:''' They love war! Them, and worse, [[AllMenArePerverts their women!]] And worst of all...\\
'''Wonder Woman:''' ''(ThoughtCaption)'': Please don't say it, please don't say it.\\
'''Old Amazon:''' [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking They leave the toilet seat up!]]\\
'''Amazons:''' [[FelonyMisdemeanor Kill the men]]! [[{{Gendercide}} Kill the men]]!\\
'''Wonder Woman:''' ''(ThoughtCaption)'' Urgh. [[WhoWritesThisCrap Kill the scriptwriter]].
** Taken to the LogicalExtreme in Creator/FrankMiller's ''[[ComicBook/AllStarBatmanAndRobinTheBoyWonder All-Star]] Franchise/{{Batman}} [[ComicBook/AllStarBatmanAndRobinTheBoyWonder & Robin]]'', in one issue of which Franchise/WonderWoman violently shoves a man out of her way while growling, "Out of my way, sperm bank!"
** Arcs like ''ComicBook/AmazonsAttack'' and the AlternateUniverse of ''ComicBook/{{Flashpoint}}'' show them at their most monstrous. Although they were out for the blood of ''anybody'' who was not an Amazon, it could be told in all seriousness that men had it ''worse''. As in "secret experimentation camps created without Diana's knowledge ([[EvenEvilHasStandards because they were too horrible even for her]])" worse, in ''Flashpoint''.
** A particularly extreme and unpopular example was the New 52 arc that revolved around the revelation that the Amazons reproduced by abducting, raping, and killing men, and then sold the boy children that resulted to Hephaestos as slaves (although he then treated them pretty well). One of Creator/GregRucka's first orders of business in the Rebirth era was making clear that the whole thing was no longer canon.
** In a move that borders on the clever, Wondy's archenemies are sometimes portrayed this way. Circe is a clear misandrist and the first Cheetah is of the "tries to tear down other women due to build herself up" type who hides her real attitude through her vapid beauty products.
** ''WesternAnimation/RobotChicken'' portrayed Wonder Woman this way for a parody of ''Series/TheRealWorld'', where the raging feminist with a chip on her shoulder is practically a stock character. At one point, while comforting Comicbook/{{Catwoman}}, she remarks [[HomoeroticSubtext "Who needs men anyway?"]], and the sketch ends with her [[BerserkButton jumping up, shouting "THAT'S IT!" and beating the stuffing out of]] [[Comicbok/IncredibleHulk the Hulk]] because [[DisproportionateRetribution he mistook poker for Yahtzee]].
** An intentional, in-universe example is found in ''ComicBook/EmperorJoker'' where ComicBook/TheJoker manages to gain the powers of Mr. Mxyzptlk and creates a WorldGoneMad. Most of the superheroes of the Justice League are turned into parodies of themselves, with Wonder Woman [[https://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/marvel_dc/images/2/28/Wonder_Woman_Emperor_Joker_001.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20120415095543 becoming]] a man-hating criminal with internal misogyny and a {{rolling pin|OfDoom}} as her primary weapon.
* Although her pro-feminist stance was portrayed as a good thing in the '70s, by the ''[[Franchise/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica Justice League Europe]]'' days of the late '80s, ComicBook/PowerGirl was portrayed as an obnoxiously outspoken feminist. Today, her attitudes are portrayed in a positive light again (though the {{fanservice}} has been dialed up a bit as well).
* ComicBook/BlackCanary was similarly written as such in ''ComicBook/JusticeLeagueInternational''. She was shown to be humiliated when Mister Miracle saved her from falling to her death, and angrily chastised a Manhunter android for not having the more [[PoliticalCorrectnessGoneMad politically correct name of "Personhunter"]].
* A ''Franchise/{{Superman}}'' comic had [[PsychoElectro Livewire]] cause every computer, camera, microphone, and the like to malfunction whenever men tried to use them. ComicBook/LoisLane and other female Planet employees rightly called Livewire out on it during the course of the story. Livewire also comes off as this in some stories from ''ComicBook/TheSupermanAdventures''.
* The original Killer Frost from DC's ComicBook/{{Firestorm}} had an extreme hatred of men and froze them solid on sight, even her defense attorney. Granted, her male workers did not treat her with much respect but she did not go crazy until Martin Stein [[ObliviousToLove brushed off]] her advances when she mistook his platonic interest in her for attraction.
* In ''Adventure Comics'' #236, the female members of the ComicBook/{{Legion of Super-Heroes}} are brainwashed by a [[LadyLand planet of women]] (who banished all their men for not fighting for sport) into wanting to kill the male Legionaires. Then Mon-El saves their planet and they realise men are okay, really. The name of the planet is Femnaz. No, really.

* The supervillain Superia wants to either eliminate, enslave, or [[GenderBender feminize]] all men -- and doesn't mind sterilizing 90% of Earth's women to make it happen. As Anaconda of the Serpent Society puts it, "What'samatter, you didn't get asked out to the prom or somethin'?" Despite this, she was able to gather enough followers to put together one of the largest all-female teams of superhumans to date [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Femizons (actually, one of the largest teams of superhumans ''period'')]]. Superia seems to have dropped this in her later reappearance; she has both men and women in her employ and treats both her male and female mooks like crap and now mainly focuses on her own selfish goals. This is probably because her previous schemes usually were foiled with the help of other female characters. (Many of them on the aforementioned large team, Anaconda included.)
* Man-Killer, whose name speaks for itself. Her FreudianExcuse is that she was scarred by men.
* Surge from ''[[ComicBook/NewXMenAcademyX New X-Men]]'' was an example, to the extent that she also came off as a bit of a bigoted JerkAss. She chewed out her Muslim roommate Dust over her decision to wear a burqa, going so far as to call her an embarrassment to women everywhere.
* Women from Thundra's future fit this trope to a 'T', where women have enslaved men, using them for entertainment and [[SexSlave sex]]. After their reality merged with its [[DistaffCounterpart Spear Counterpart]] the result had both sexes living together in peace. Thundra later found another such reality, the copy of her original one where it never merged, lived there for awhile, and then came back to the present leaving there a daughter Lyra who too grew up into another Straw Feminist. However, both characters have [[CharacterDevelopment changed a bit]] where they became heroes of the present and showed romantic interest in men. But both Thundra and Lyra are shown to still enslave men on other worlds, and none of the heroes they work with seem to care.
* Valkyrie started as this, fighting first Comicbook/TheAvengers (though that turned out to be Enchantress in disguise) and then the Hulk in the name of defeating "male chauvinist pigs." She still falls into it [[DependingOnTheWriter sometimes]], for example she spent her Comicbook/AvengersAcademy guest appearance lecturing the female students how much men suck and how women don't really need them especially for sex, urging the girls to use vibrators instead.

* The Cirinists and Kevillists in ''ComicBook/CerebusTheAardvark'' are straw constructions of the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Second-wave_feminism second]] and [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Third-wave_feminism third]] waves of feminism, respectively.
* Goldilocks from ''ComicBook/{{Fables}}'' seems to be this, but she's really cynically using her rhetoric as a tool to manipulate the people around her.
* Both used and subverted in ''ComicBook/YTheLastMan'', which contains both the insane, violent Amazons as well as other, rational feminists (both peaceful and not).
* Sarah Rainmaker of ''ComicBook/{{Gen 13}}'' frequently yelled at Grunge for gawking at her and Bobby for being sexist. However, she had no problems objectifying women herself. In one issue she yells at Grunge for staring at her chest, but just a few pages before remarks that a Coda Warrior had a "nice ass."
* Diane Di Massa [[ParodiedTrope took this to the extreme]] in ''Hothead Paisan: Homicidal Lesbian Terrorist'', who dreams of "a world without penises".
* The British adult comic Comicbook/{{Viz}} has Millie Tant, a fat, ugly and possibly lesbian extreme feminist who spouts a lot of S.C.U.M.-esque nonsense and many strips end with her turning out to be a [[StrawHypocrite hypocrite]].
* ''ComicBook/{{Preacher}}'' had occasional appearances from two GreekChorus political pundits, a left-wing Straw Feminist and a similarly stereotypical right-wing NoCelebritiesWereHarmed version of Radio/RushLimbaugh. The subplot climaxed in one of the last issues, when Jesse got so frustrated listening to the two of them that he used his CompellingVoice to get them to stop arguing and "say what you really want". At which the Straw Feminist broke down about how lonely and sex-starved she was and how much she "wanted cock". The conservative responded with an embarrassed "[[YouAreWhatYouHate I want cock too]]."
* Bravura in ''Comicbook/{{Asterix}} and the Secret Weapon'', especially in the first couple of acts. She's incredibly rude to men at all times for no reason, plays 90s-style feminist folk music that the men despise, accuses critics of her aggressive and nasty behaviour of being misogynists, and dedicates her (children's) school to educating the village women about equality, apparently in the interests of gaining power. The only man she likes is Asterix, because she admires his [[GuileHero intelligence]] and HotBlooded streak compared to the other men, but she treats him entirely as a sexual object for her own amusement and refuses to acknowledge any of his feelings on the matter. She's also shown to be a pacifist, who decides to surrender to the Romans in the hope of benefiting from the Pax Romana. However, when her surrender is denied, even though everyone else is willing to fight, she and Asterix collude to peacefully Gallify the Romans instead ([[AllWomenLoveShoes through converting the village to sell designer shoes]]) and she apologises to everyone, realising she and he are NotSoDifferent, and allowing Asterix to kiss her gallantly on the hand ([[MaleGaze with an ass shot, in case you didn't get it]]).
* Ginda Bojeffries in ''ComicBook/TheBojeffriesSaga'' constantly accuses men of hating and fearing her because of her superpowers and disrespecting her as a woman, [[HairTriggerTemper even if they haven't said anything]]. She also casually sexually-harasses men, and when she's actually sexually attracted to them, her behaviour goes straight through DoYouWantToCopulate and into BlackComedyRape territory.
* ''ComicBook/DeKiekeboes'' has an album called ''Het boerka complot'' where there is a main villain that has become ''Van Der Kasseien's'' secretary wife that has a plot to spread a virus among men through a worm to make men go extinct because she found out that women could copulate through alternative means, using all the abuse that women suffer in other countries as a reason for her plans. She is actually supported by plenty of women (including ''Van Der Kasseien's'' own wife in-law) in-universe in the album, though she was eventually caught. Her views are so sexist (she thinks male either only obey other male or are making an Olympic discipline out of the attraction of women) that it's unbelievable that ''Marcel Kiekeboe'' and ''Van der Kasseien'' fit her description to a T.
* "Prime's Rib", a story exclusive to the UK version of the [[Creator/MarvelComics Marvel-published]] [[ComicBook/TheTransformers Transformers]] comic, explained the female Autobot Arcee's existence as being created by the Autobots to appease a group of feminists that whined about the Transformers identifying as male even when told that Transformers technically have no gender. Even after Arcee's creation, the feminists are still not happy and proceed to complain about Arcee looking weak, being colored pink, and being the only female Transformer in existence. They especially took exception to Hot Rod stating that he's all for Transformer women after he inadvertently ended up colliding into Arcee.
* Parodied in ''Lupo Alberto'' with Alice, who, back when the comic was still a strip, was known to torment [[NiceGuy Alcide]] by shaking him and calling him a pig because [[FunnyAnimal he's the only actual pig around and so he can't retort]] (at least she apologized after the fact).
* ''ComicBook/JudgeDredd'' had an even more extremist offshoot from the Total War terrorist group called Gender War, who were advocating a {{Gendercide}} of all men. One of their members seduced a handsome male actor and used him to assist them in their plot before Dredd arrests them.
* ''ComicBook/RequiemVampireKnight'': Mother Venus, the new leader of the pirate ghouls, is a man-hating bigot who hails from a future world where males have been exterminated after cloning had been discovered. She also constantly talks in over-the-top PC language, such as substituting "non-paid sex worker" for "girlfriend". Her NonHumanSidekick does ask her why she [[{{Stripperiffic}} "dresses like a prostitute"]] at the same time, to which she replies that she's trying to "punish men by showing them what they can't have".

[[folder:Comic Strips]]
* In one short series of ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}'' strips, Lucy declared herself a "new feminist", and refused to play on Charlie Brown's baseball team because it was "degrading" to take part in a male-dominated sport. (This, of course, is HilariousInHindsight, because most actual feminists would ''jump'' at the chance to participate in co-ed sports. Best seen with Peppermint Patty who eagerly plays sports with boys and girls and on occasion with or against Charlie Brown's own team.)
* Tina the Tech Writer from ''ComicStrip/{{Dilbert}}'' is an unorthodox variation. Far from being the stereotypical butch lesbian, Tina is, if anything, the [[TomboyAndGirlyGirl girly girl to Alice's tomboy]]. Nevertheless, Tina sees imaginary sexism everywhere and blames her [[NeverMyFault mostly self-inflicted problems]] on it. Generally, when Scott Adams wants to make a point about actual sexism, it will happen to Alice, who will respond with snark and/or a MegatonPunch. As a result, it seems that all the real sexism happens to Alice, but never to Tina.

[[folder:Fan Works]]
* In the ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' fanfic [[Fanfic/MRATrilogy The Most Men's Rights Activist Fanfic Ever Made]], the antagonists (including Elsa) are stereotypical Tumblr feminists and do fall into several feminist stereotypes, like being pagan and sexually progressive.
* ''FanFic/HogwartsSchoolOfPrayerAndMiracles'' has a lot of strawpeople, as everyone who doesn't agree with the very conservative author gets this treatment. Aunt Petunia has short hair and "never wears any makeup". The author goes on to describe her in negative terms, and it is pretty clear she is meant to be viewed as ugly, mannish feminist.

[[folder:Films -- Animation]]
* An alternative opening to ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'' has a suit-wearing career-woman visitor to the Parr household criticizing Helen for being a stay-at-home mom, mainly so that Helen can shut her down; this trope is the reason it's not in the movie (well, that, and the complete opening sequence killed off the not-yet BigBad Syndrome).

[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* In ''100 Girls'', the main character takes a Women's Studies class. Every time we see him in this class, the camera zooms in to the teacher's underarm hair with a dramatic sound effect. Towards the end of the movie, there's an {{anvilicious}} scene where he tells the teacher that inequality doesn't exist and it's all just a case of men and women misunderstanding each other. The teacher replies by painting men as evil, but the entire class full of females breaks into applause for him.
* Played for every last laugh the scriptwriters can wring from ''Film/CannibalWomenInTheAvocadoJungleOfDeath''.
* The {{camp}}y and stereotype-heavy Disney film ''Film/FollowMeBoys'' has one played by Creator/VeraMiles. She rants that men "are all alike, puffed-up lords of the universe". After the [[MartyStu cheerful scoutmaster]] wins her heart, though, she has no quarrel with becoming a {{housewife}}.
* Early in ''Film/TheBoondockSaints'', the brothers show a rather butch female employee around their job (a meat-packing plant). The woman goes off on them for using the phrase "Rule of Thumb", citing the (apocryphal) origin of the term, and things soon escalate to the point where she kicks one of them, Connor, in the balls, followed by the other brother, Murphy, laying her out on the floor with one punch, leading to [[DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale both of them getting fired]] for [[WouldntHitAGirl hitting a girl]].
* Hayley and ''especially'' her mother in ''Film/TheSandlot 2''. The movie is set during the 2nd wave of feminism and it does not let you forget it. Hayley's mom bitches at her husband for daring to call their daughter ''sweetheart'' since it's demeaning and later gives Hayley the advice "A woman needs a man like a fish needs a bicycle." They even have a cat named Miss Susan B. Later we find out Hayley grew up to become both a baseball player and a model and her equally feminist friends became housewives.
* Parodied in ''Film/DownWithLove'', in which Barbara, Vicki and most of the other female characters zigzag alarmingly between this trope, at least in its early 1960s equivalent, and 'submissive housewife doll' mode, while the men also frequently veer wildly between stereotypical thoughtless pigs and over-sensitive new age guys. The movie ends with the main characters of both genders [[TakeAThirdOption reaching an accommodation]] with each other and settling into happy and satisfying relationships based on equal terms.
* In ''Film/LegallyBlonde'' you have the character of Enid Wexler, a lesbian who is probably the most annoying character in the film. One scene shows her going around with a clipboard to get people to sign a petition to change the word "semester" to "ovester" because she has come to the conclusion that semester comes from "semen" and is thus another form of male dominance. Elle puts her in her place later.
* One of the Women's Studies professors in ''Film/SororityBoys'', who also doubles as something of a SternTeacher based on the absurd amounts of work she assigns. One shot during a montage shows her underlining "THE VAGINA IS ERGONOMICALLY SUPERIOR TO THE PENIS" in [[WebAnimation/ZeroPunctuation willy-shrivelingly huge]] letters on the chalkboard. The same montage has her talking about the "myth of the male orgasm". PlayedForLaughs, [[PoesLaw hopefully]].
* The plot of the Polish {{dystopia}} flick ''Film/SexMission'' is all about an underground society ruled completely by this trope.
* The "Womynists" in ''Film/{{PCU}}'' -- PlayedForLaughs, though, as ''everyone'' was a [[StrawCharacter Strawman Political]].
* ''Film/TheHairyBird'':
-->'''Odie:''' You hypocrite. I thought you hated boys.\\
'''Verena:''' I know, but I've been thinking, perhaps they are like dogs. If we don't take them in, they run wild and are a danger to society.
* The divorce court run by women in ''[[Film/TheNakedGun Naked Gun 33 1/3]]''.
* ''Film/CarryOnGirls'' has subverted versions of this trope. The feminists in this movie don't actually hate men (many of them are HappilyMarried), but just don't want any {{Dirty Old M|an}}en (particularly young and impressionable ones) perverting over young women at a beauty contest.
* [[DarkActionGirl Sarah]] [[ActionMom Connor]]'s borderline {{Narm}} speech to Miles Dyson in ''Film/Terminator2JudgmentDay'' comes close to this. Ultimately averted, however, as the film goes to pains to show that Sarah's attitude is because of years of killer-robot-induced trauma, and doesn't make her a commentary on feminism for either good or ill.
-->'''Sarah Connor:''' "How are you supposed to know?" Fucking men like you built the [[NukeEm hydrogen bomb]]. Men like you thought it up. You think you're so creative. You don't know what it's like to really create something, to create a life; to feel it growing inside you. All you know how to create is death--\\
'''John Connor:''' Mom?\\
'''Sarah Connor:''' And destruction--\\
'''John Connor:''' Mom! We need to be a little more constructive here, okay?
* Maude from ''Film/TheBigLebowski''. It's less her feminist beliefs that are PlayedForLaughs, and more the fact that [[RuleAbidingRebel she seems convinced that she's somehow being subversive and revolutionary by stating them]].
* In ''Film/MaryPoppins'', Mrs. Banks' constant suffragette work causes her to neglect her children just as much as Mr. Banks does.

* There's a LightBulbJoke as often as not told by {{self deprecati|on}}ng feminists:
-->'''Q''': How many feminists does it take to change a light bulb?\\
'''A''': One, and that's not funny
* A popular one-liner:
-->'''Dude''': I said "hi" to a feminist yesterday. Court hearing's next week.

* The character of Miss Western in the novel ''Tom Jones'' is a proto-feminist who believes women are men's equals. At first this seems to the modern reader to be a remarkably progressive expression on the part of the author, but reading further, it becomes clear that a contemporary reader would have found the idea to be very humorous and inherently ridiculous from the outset. As the novel progresses, it becomes clear that Miss Western is tyrannical and only feels this way because she doesn't have a man of her own.
* General Jinjur from ''Literature/TheMarvelousLandOfOz'' plotted the overthrow of King Scarecrow because she thought the Literature/LandOfOz was ruled by men for too long. Hypocritically (and cluelessly given half the countries in Oz are matriarchies complete with AmazonBrigade) her entire plan relied on exploiting the double standard in her favor, namely in guys not willing to fight them. May have actually been an AffectionateParody of the early women's movement, as Creator/LFrankBaum was actually the son-in-law of one of the movement's prime movers (whom he greatly respected), and advocated it himself. Elsewhere he portrays female rulers positively, along with women doing traditionally masculine activities.[[Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} The Other Wiki]] [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/L._Frank_Baum#Women.27s_suffrage_advocate has more on the subject]].
* ''Edge of Apocalypse'' has the vice president.
* Akasha in ''[[Literature/TheVampireChronicles Queen of the Damned]]'' by Creator/AnneRice. Though she does not use politically correct terms, since she's supposed to be an {{ancient Egypt}}ian, she believes all violence on Earth is caused by men. Her plan is to use her near-omnipotent powers as mother of all [[OurVampiresAreDifferent vampires]] to [[{{Gendercide}} destroy almost all the world's males]] and create a utopia run by women, with herself as benevolent queen and goddess. In the end [[spoiler:she is destroyed by female twin vampires Mekare and Maharet, for personal reasons as much as to stop her plot]]. She may or may not really be a straw feminist since it's unclear whether or not the author agrees with her (persistent AuthorAvatar Lestat seems very ambivalent).
* Sisera Catheter in ''Postmodern Pooh'', who dissects ''Winnie the Pooh'' from the standpoint of "gynocritical discourse". Though the book is an obvious exaggeration, the footnotes quoting RealLife academic feminists suggest that PoesLaw applies to some extent.
* In Creator/{{Haruki Murakami}}'s ''Literature/KafkaOnTheShore'', two such beings visit the library where Oshima works, explicitly to find how the organization of the library is unfriendly to female patrons. They are shocked into silence when Oshima gives them an interesting [[TheReveal heart-to-heart]].
* Jane Rizzoli in Tess Gerrittsen's ''Literature/RizzoliAndIsles'' series shows traits of this. She dislikes beautiful women (partly because she isn't) and is all too eager to assign a negative characteristic to them, and she often expresses disgust and contempt for the men who have fallen in love with them, dismissing them all as shallow and foolish-[[{{hypocrite}} but it's okay for her to instantly fall in love with a handsome man]]. She also has a chip on her shoulder about being the only female detective in the homicide department and is quick to interpret all criticism-and praise, for that matter-as sexist. And in a scene where she visits a bar, she views nearly every man there as a potential rapist and every woman as an idiot willing to put herself in danger.
* {{Subverted|Trope}} in J. Courtney Sullivan's ''Commencement'' with a ''sympathetic'' portrayal of a radical feminist: April, one of the main characters, is a self-described [=MacKinnonite=] who sees organizations like NOW as "not doing enough." However, she's shown to be more of a WellIntentionedExtremist, a good person who perhaps is a bit too idealistic [[spoiler:which she's abandoned by the end of the novel after she learns the hard way that some people like to take advantage of wide-eyed young guns]]. Even the de rigeur anti-male attitude gets a FreudianExcuse in April's case: her father [[DisappearedDad abandoned April and her mom]], and when April was 13 [[spoiler:a middle-aged family friend [[BreakTheCutie raped]] and [[CrossesTheLineTwice impregnated]] her]]). The other three main characters, April's friends, each represent more moderate variations on feminism (one even works for NOW). April's boss, Ronnie Munro, could be seen as a straight-playing of the trope, if the novel didn't go out of its way to acknowledge that her brand of "feminism" is far from the most prevalent or consistent one.
* In ''Literature/HalfMoonInvestigations'', the third most crucial group to the plot is a group of prepubescent aged elementary school-going midgets who worship some important woman and try to get as many boys as they can expelled from their school. They also are violent and not afraid to do illegal things, like locking the main characters up.
* [[WifeBasherBasher Niklas]] from Jens Lapidus' ''AldrigFuckaUp'' is a rare male Straw Feminist. He beats up his neighbor's boyfriend for hitting her, stalks several men whose names he stole form a women's shelter, shooting one and torturing another to death, and at the finale, blows up a CorruptCorporateExecutive who organizes orgies for the upper class.
* ''Literature/PercyJacksonAndTheOlympians'':
** Circe believes that all men are pigs, and…considering [[BalefulPolymorph her powers]], and [[Literature/TheOdyssey the work in which she originally appeared]], you can see where she's going with that (though for the sake of convenience, she currently uses guinea pigs). She believes that women are so oppressed that they can only achieve power through magic (a belief later expressed by her niece Medea in the sequel series ''Literature/TheHeroesOfOlympus''). She's so bad that even [[SoapboxSadie Annabeth]] thinks she's a bigot.
** The Hunters of Artemis are actually ''heroic'' versions of this. They still [[DoesNotLikeMen don't like men]], and have sworn off any romantic relationships with them, but unlike Circe, they don't ''harm'' guys unless provoked. [[note]]Which isn't very reassuring, considering that Greek deities like Artemis are infamous for DisproportionateRetribution and often consider small, harmless, and usually unintentional actions to be legitimate "provocation." Artemis claims to have turned guys into {{jackalope}}s and other animals just for ''stumbling upon their camp''.[[/note]] Zoe Nightshade, the lieutenant of the Hunters, hates guys at first, but Percy's actions gradually cause her to respect them. It's worth noting that at least ''part'' of Zoe's distrust for the male gender is actually just a ruse for the ''real'' reason why she doesn't want Percy on her quest: [[spoiler: he carries the sword of the man who broke her heart]].
** The Amazons, from ''The Son of Neptune'', appear to be this at first, but it's later shown that [[spoiler: they like men just fine -- they're just very matriarchal. Their boyfriends and husbands tend to be the ones in charge of the unskilled labor for the company they founded: Amazon.com]]. One of them even [[spoiler: flirts with Percy at the end of the book]].
* Katie from "The Fabulous Five" series shows hints of this. She sanctimoniously declares that she would never be a cheerleader, as she finds it degrading to women (and doesn't give a crap that she's essentially insulting her two friends who are joining the cheerleading squad). When another friend gushes about her boyfriend, she haughtily insists that the boy's gentlemanly gestures (holding the door for her, etc) are in fact sexist and patronizing, but she later ends up with the most macho guy in school as her boyfriend.
* ''Literature/{{Haunted}}'' has [[OnlyKnownByTheirNickname Comrade Snarky]], her feminist group, and possibly her mother. The mother caused her FreudianExcuse; as revenge against Snarky's father for getting joint custody, she described to Snarky in graphic detail all the horrible forms of sexual abuse her father might inflict on her. He never did and had never was going to, but it left Snarky unable to trust men at all. When she grew up and joined a feminist support group, [[spoiler:the group somehow became convinced that a new recruit named Miranda was a {{Transgender}} woman -- it's never made entirely clear whether she was or not, but the evidence suggests not. They demand she "prove" she's a "real woman", and it escalates until Miranda is effectively raped]].
* The title character of ''Literature/ThePostman'' is caught between the Scouts (this trope) and the Holnists ([[ProudWarriorRaceGuy straw masculists]].) The Scouts come off better, but they're still slightly crazy. The main difference between the Scouts and most examples on this page is that they are more or less egalitarian feminists that both know of the progress made towards gender equality in the USA during the 20th Century as well as recognize the fact that in the post-apocalyptic present all those achievements are being eroded. Furthermore they realize that within a generation or two women could be in the same situation they were two centuries ago, or if the Holnists win far far worse. This possibility they really want to avoid. The "slightly crazy part" is that the Scouts are mostly from a pocket of civilization centered on a surviving university campus, so they're long on ideology and commitment but short on practical solutions. Although they earnestly try to train and prepare for the coming conflict, battle between the Scouts (in their current form) and the Holnists would be a lot like an armed hiking club trying to repel a Cossack raid. [[spoiler: Perhaps unsurprisingly, their plot against the Holnists fails.]]
* The Literature/LeftBehind books has Verna Zee, the replacement chief editor for the Chicago office of Global Weekly, who presents herself as someone who doesn't outright adore Buck Williams.
* In ''Literature/TheHouseOfNight'' series, this is the defining trait of most of Aphrodite's friends in ''Marked''. Vampyric society in general has shades of it, given that everyone cheerfully accepts that men are primarily suited for being consorts and warriors.
* [[Literature/CiaphasCain Amberley Veil]] occasionally veers into this, such as Cain's wonder that a female techpriest is doing something called "multitasking" with her electronically-enhanced brain, something all women have always been able to do to the befuddlement of men, or that an all-female Guard regiment would likely not tolerate a mere male as their commissar.
* The Literature/{{Gor}} series has a number of these, usually Earth women who don't realize [[AuthorTract how enlightened Gor is]] in terms of [[NoWomansLand not trying to violate human nature.]] They inevitably find HappinessInSlavery, once they are broken of their "feminist" nonsense.
* Marie Croswell's self-published novel ''Sex Brood'' has an ostensibly progressive, positive female protagonist, Gabriel. Gabriel is not only a PI of questionable ethics, she is also frankly dismissive and callous towards other female characters, regarding them as little other than sex objects and victims incapable of making adult decisions about their own lives.
* ''Literature/HowNotToWriteANovel'' has a section on avoiding using your novel as a [[AuthorTract soapbox to profess your political views]]. One of the examples features a man who lives next door to a group of these, who live like animals and advise their male children to "remember to be ashamed of your penis."
* In ''Literature/TheVoyageOfTheDawnTreader'', Eustace tries to use his mother's feminist arguments to claim Lucy shouldn't get a cabin to herself on the ''Dawn Treader''. However, it's clear that Eustace is motivated less out of any concern for gender equality and more out of affront that Lucy or anyone else should receive any privileges that ''he'' doesn't. (He also shows no awareness whatsoever of the reason why Lucy, the only girl amidst the ship's crew, might need a lockable room of her own.)
* J. Neil Schulman's ''The Rainbow Cadenza'' has a good case of Straw Feminists repeatedly ''shooting themselves in the foot.'' After the development of an over-the-counter drug which suppresses the production of X-chromosome sperm, Earth has a "[[WorldWarIII war to end all wars]]" and 20 men to every woman. To deal with this, the new world government changes the draft, conscripting all women from 18-21 for state-sponsored prostitution. As compensation, at age 22 a woman's vote is worth 20 of a man's. As a result, Earth is a LadyLand... as long as they keep supporting the system of institutionalized rape. As you'd imagine, a lot of female political figures in this setting cannot really be considered ''[[ShellShockedVeteran sane]]''. And men who partake of the system can't really be considered ethical, either.
* ''Literature/{{Victoria}}'' has Azania, once California, whose capital is Berkeley, which begins with "Fair Discrimination" barring men from many areas of work and government service, and rapidly descends into slavery of men, mandatory abortions of male fetuses, and reproduction via cloning. The war between them and Victoria begins confusingly, with women in Victoria lobbying for intervention against the perversion of femininity, then Azania starts bombing, then their forces [[FauxActionGirl melt like snow]] in the face of male opposition, and we learn that they, as many feminists, are mostly upset because they couldn't get a man. This is in keeping with the plot, where a variety of StrawLiberal states are set up and then [[TakeThat knocked down]] by the [[AuthorTract story]].
* ''Literature/TheWheelOfTime'': Many of the female characters come off this way in the novels. The Red Ajah of the Aes Sedai is the most explicit, where it's considered mandatory to hate men on principle (they focus on [[{{DePower}} gentling]] male channelers, who all go mad and pose a threat otherwise). Even those who don't actively hate men frequently refer to them all as essentially dumb children who need to be led. In a Q&A, when someone asked Robert Jordan why these characters are so obnoxious, he denied they were and said ''all'' women really act this way in private (based on observations of [[CreatorProvincialism his family]] as a boy).
* Manda from the ''Literature/JessicaDarling'' series considers herself [[GoodBadGirl a strong woman in charge of her sexuality,]] and will justify that position with any number of references to prominent feminist thinkers. The narrator (who is, admittedly, of the [[UnreliableNarrator slightly unreliable variety]]) considers her a pretentious AlphaBitch who uses feminist rhetoric to justify doing things like sleeping with the boyfriend of one of her supposed best friends.
* Greywytch in the ''Literature/NemesisSeries'' gets called this in-universe by main character Danny, since she's always couching everything she says in feminist terminology but what she's actually doing is bullying a 15 year old she hates for being trans. Danny says that mainstream feminism has as little in common with Greywytch's beliefs as regular white people have with white supremacy.

[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* ''Series/ThirtyRock'' does this a little, although Creator/TinaFey is an actual feminist, so it's not taken too seriously.
** Liz Lemon uses feminism to cover for her insecurity about being single. She refuses to celebrate Valentine's Day and tells Pete's daughter "I will buy some cookies, but not for Valentine’s Day. Instead, these cookies celebrate the February 14th birthday of Anna Howard Shaw, famed American suffragette. Happy Anna Howard Shaw Day to you, Evelyn. A happy Anna Howard Shaw Day to us all!"
** Also she complains about how men assume female sexuality is so flexible in season 1. Yet when Frank has his first man-crush, she tells him that males can't be straight but makes an exception for one guy and that if you're male, you're either 100% straight or 100% gay (no exceptions) [[{{hypocrite}} because male sexuality isn't as flexible as female sexuality]].
* ''Series/UnbreakableKimmySchmidt'', also a Tina Fey production, likewise pokes fun of feminists without being too brutal about it. The season three episode "Kimmy is a Feminist!" has Kimmy hanging out with a group of female college students who peppar their conversation with feminist buzzwords and rate their male peer on how "woke" they are, but who still mysteriously end up behaving exactly like any other teenage girls (e.g., them wearing uncomfortable sexy outfits are supposedly [[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial purely for their own benefit and absolutely not a bid for male attention]]). They are also InnocentlyInsensitive to unsexy issues like race and poverty, while being [[PoliticalCorrectnessGoneMad hyper-aware]] of all trendy gender-related ones. All that said, they are portrayed as well-meaning and just lacking in real world experience.
* Marcy Rhoades (later [[EmbarrassingMiddleName D'Arcy]]) from ''Series/MarriedWithChildren'' was a proud feminist, but she only showed this side when she was around Al. Her constant bickering about women's rights eventually led him to [[StartMyOwn start his own]] pro-male club called '''[[FunWithAcronyms NO MA'AM]]'''.
** Later after being Flanderized she is shown to be a constant {{hypocrite}} regarding her beliefs, such as bad mouthing porn as a male fantasy, only for the clerk to come up to her and tell her the videos she requested earlier had come in. Not to mention chastising Al for objectifying women while being married to Jefferson, who's an obvious SpearCounterpart TrophyWife.
** NO MA'AM has also clashed with various feminist groups (or just groups of angry women) over the course of the series, often parodies of the MoralGuardians complaining about the show in real life.
* ''Series/DoctorWho'':
** Some fans find the Drahvin from "Galaxy 4", a {{matriarchy}} where all but a small number of men are culled ("they have minimal function"), as being an attempt at invoking this through DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything - women were beginning to find their way into producer roles in the BBC in the 1960s (including ''Doctor Who'''s first producer Verity Lambert), and many men viewed them as being terrifying, warlike man-haters, or alternatively beguilingly beautiful and stupid sex objects, both of which are traits the Drahvin display. The fact that Verity Lambert was about to step down as showrunner also adds a suggestion that this was intentional. On the bright side, the Drahvin don't display any sexism towards the Doctor or his male companion and in fact don't seem entirely sure what men and women ''are'', and the fact that they're aliens makes it a bit easier to accept.
*** The Drahvins were originally male until Verity Lambert suggested making them all-female instead. This played on the audence's [[FemalesAreMoreInnocent assumption that pretty ladies were the good guys]] when they were, in fact, common brutes. Maaga doesn't show much regard for her [[TheDitz barely-functional female minions]] or make any attempts at addressing human sexual politics. Presumably, Gendercide wasn't a political statement so much as a display of how morally decrepit thier society was.
** The [[WhatCouldHaveBeen unmade]] story "The Prison in Space" contained a race of feminists who had enacted a 500-year {{Matriarchy}}, stripping away men's rights, banning war and viewing procreation as unimportant due to immortality. The Doctor and Jamie are imprisoned by 'Dolly Guards' and Zoe is brainwashed, betraying the Doctor in her newfound feminism. In the end, men rise up and have a revolution, while Jamie puts Zoe back in her place by spanking her. While the episode was never produced, the Big Finish audio version includes an adaptation of the story.
** There's a particularly dreadful example in the ''Series/DoctorWho'' story "The Time Monster": Dr. Ruth Ingram spends most of her time [[DoesNotLikeMen complaining about men just for the sake of it]], and being a hypocrite about it as well. It doesn't help matters a lot that even though the script is playing it as if her grievances aren't legitimate, a lot of her complaints are about things that are actually shown happening to her in the story - her boss says things like "Don't you worry your pretty little head about it" to her.
** The 1970s Sarah Jane Smith is a more sympathetic example. The fact that she's interested in women's-lib is mostly used to set up gags where she complains about being asked to do fairly reasonable things and the Doctor gives her a devastating one liner putting her in her place, and in other scenes she displays [[BoomerangBigot sexism against other women]] (such as a really weird 'women drivers' line in ''K9 And Company''). She mellows out about it by the time the Third Doctor regenerates into the Fourth, apparently because Tom Baker felt misogynistic put-downs didn't fit his character - but unfortunately also [[{{Chickification}} loses a lot of her legitimately tough traits]] so [[CastSpeciation Harry Sullivan can take over them instead]], a situation which only reverses after Harry leaves. It also gets a bit of a FixFic in ''Series/TheSarahJaneAdventures'', where she's portrayed as a sympathetic legitimate feminist.
** The EmperorScientist-wannabe villain in "Robot", Hilda Winters, is of note as she is portrayed as a ''literal'' "Femi[[PuttingOnTheReich nazi]]". Other than this, she's a more nuanced example in that her feminism actually allows her to come off better than Sarah Jane in an ActuallyThatsMyAssistant scene. And, despite her feminism, most of her followers are portrayed as obnoxious sexist men.
* ''Series/HermansHead'' had HandsomeLech Jay getting gut-punched by a butch member of [[FunWithAcronyms WAMP]] (Women Against Male Persons), a feminist organization so radical they neuter gingerbread men.
* ''Series/TheWestWing'':
** If she's not written well, C.J. Cregg can sometimes border on this trope. Fortunately, most of the time she's written very well. In the episode "The Women Of Qumar", C.J. reacts very poorly the news of a US arms deal made to a {{Qurac}}-style country which has a poor record on women's rights. Whilst the point the episode was making as a valid one, it unfortunately chose to make it by having C.J act in a very unprofessional, out-of-character and borderline Straw Feminist fashion.
** Abby Bartlet also faces this risk at times, although like C.J., she is normally written well enough to avoid it.
** The episode "Night Five" features an intern with Straw Feminist tendencies who takes umbrage at a joke Sam makes towards Ainsley Hayes which sends him into a defensive frenzy all episode, and who eventually gets torn a new one by Ainsley herself by the end. Considering this was written not long after Sorkin's public spat with the moderators and commentators on the Website/TelevisionWithoutPity boards, in which the possibility of sexism in his writing had been the topic of intense discussion, many have taken the existence of this character as a device to be torn down solely to show that his writing was not sexist.
* ''Series/LostInSpace'' had an episode with this. The Straw Feminist villainess (who always got her FacelessGoons to do everything for her) agreed to take Dr. Smith as her consort (after checking his teeth!), and spent most of the episode forcing the males to be her slaves and the females to accept her cultish female supremacy. The result was not so much offensive as unintentionally hilarious.
* One of the episodes of ''Series/{{House}}'' mocks this trope. The patient is the personal assistant of a woman whose mission in life is to "enforce" gender equality in workplaces. When House finds out what she does, he tells his team to apologize for him raping her. "You know, metaphorically, by having a penis." She's seen in the cold open entering a board room full of men and snidely asking them why they didn't even "pretend to put a female on the board" and saying that there were plenty of secretaries and stenos downstairs. This is a pretty rough strawman even for US television, since she came off as more of a bitch than an egalitarian. [[GeorgeJetsonJobSecurity After said patient was committed for a couple of days at most, she fired her and hired someone else.]]
* In season 3 of ''Series/VeronicaMars'', Lilith House, a feminist organization on campus leads a lot of angry protests against a serial rapist on campus who shaves the heads of his victims. After a Halloween party at a frat house, one of its members is herself raped and shaved. They then launch an all-out attack against the fraternity house to get them banned from campus. Once Veronica proves that the fraternity house is innocent of the rape, they get very angry at her for stopping the fraternity house from getting banned. Oh, and the feminist who was raped? ''[[spoiler:She faked the whole thing]]''. They also [[spoiler:rape Chip Diller, putting an plastic egg up his, as Dick puts it "Where the sun don't shine place"]]. And making it even more offensive is that they were all gratuitously made members of the real life feminist group Take Back the Night, implying that Rob Thomas has some serious issues with the group.
* Dr. Janice Lester from ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'' is one of these. She starts off ''claiming'' to be frustrated that [[BlatantLies women can't be Starfleet captains]], but quickly reveals herself to be AxCrazy and hijacks the ''Enterprise'' [[GrandTheftMe in Kirk's body]]. Once she's in the captain's chair, she turns into a straight-up GodSaveUsFromTheQueen. Then, Kirk speculates that the real reason behind her actions is her hatred of being a [[{{Irony}} woman]].
* An episode of ''Series/QuantumLeap'' had Sam leap into a woman whose daughter was involved in the second wave. Most of the conflict came from the head of the feminist group, who gradually becomes more radical and violent as the episode progresses, outright rejecting Sam's attempts to get them to follow the examples of Gandhi and MLK. At the end of the episode she leads a pointless protest[[note]]A sit-in at a men's club, with Sam pointing out that they jumped right to protesting without even trying normal methods first[[/note]] and tries to shoot the sheriff, who gets saved by Sam. Afterwards Al reports that the feminist gets out of jail in five years and becomes a well-respected women's rights advocate (apparently having mellowed out and considered Sam's words in the meantime).
* ''Series/That70sShow'':
** Subverted where Donna Pinciotti is very passionate in her feminist beliefs yet she remains a very likable character.
** Played straighter, and for laughs, with her mother Midge. She gets caught up in second-wave feminism and tries to prove to her husband that women are just as capable as men... but unfortunately, Midge is [[TooDumbToLive an idiot]], so it doesn't really work.
* On ''Series/{{ER}}'', Dr. Anna [=DelAmico=] was inexplicably determined to interpret EVERY SINGLE THING a male co-worker said or did as sexist and patronizing and/or a come-on. When he called her by her first name rather than "Dr.", she ranted and raved at him for several minutes and all but accused him of hitting on her and/or trying to undermine her in front of her patients, and continued to do this even after he apologized and assured her that he meant nothing improper and often called the male doctors by their first names too. Later, when he offered her help with patients or advice on how to deal with them, she blasted him for being condescending. At no time did it ever occur to her that she was overreacting. What's worse, upon complaining to a coworker, the other woman also played this trope straight, automatically assuming that the man was in the wrong and that his supposed sexist treatment was because he had been unable to get her into bed-without ''ever'' hearing the man's side of the story.
* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'': Anya(nka) and Willow's mom. Anya has dedicated over a thousand years to punishing men. She starts realizing some men are good after falling in love with Xander. It takes her a long time to start feeling guilty. Willow's mom is a shrink built on theory who doesn't pay any attention to her kid, and once ranted about the patriarchal content of [[Series/MisterRogersNeighborhood the Mr. Rogers show]]. When Willow came out to her as gay, she thought it was a political statement. Because creator Creator/JossWhedon is a feminist himself, these straw feminists are in a different context than others. The initial introduction of 'vengeance demons' implied that they were all, like Anya, devoted exclusively to punishing men for wronging women. Later episodes introduced more diversity while establishing that this approach was largely born from Anya's own personal issues.
* ''Series/{{Angel}}'' had [[PlayingWithATrope something of an inversion]] with a "Straw Misogynist", a demon named Billy whose physical touch (or blood/sweat) could incite active women-hating feelings within men. This was utilized to have the women address their issues of feeling powerless around men and a couple of male characters had to work out the possibility they had such feelings towards women to start with. Angel ended up being immune to Billy's powers not because he was a vampire but because he has had 200+ years to work out such general issues towards women.
* Parodied in ''Series/BigWolfOnCampus'' episode, "The Pleasantville Strangler". Stacy attends a feminist rally in honor of "Abigal B. Abbernacky", who was the town's first feminist. Tommy attends the rally as well (mostly as an excuse to cozy up to Stacy). Midway through, Stacy is possessed by the ghost of the titular strangler and begins to wrestle Tommy to the ground, causing the rally leader to shout "Show the man who has the power!" and one of the girls to exclaim "I didn't know this was going to be an anti-men thing!" Before all of this goes down, the girls all seem to just be calling for equal pay.
* ''Series/AllyMcBeal'' played with this trope a fair bit -- many of the cases the team handled were accusations of sexual discrimination of some kind, and had an opposing lawyer, plaintiff or witness with a straw feminist argument to back it up. Ally (or, more frequently, her colleagues) would counter with a far more reasoned response along the lines of 'normal' feminist views, based on equal treatment for men and women alike. It's worth noting they didn't always win, mind...
* ''Series/LawAndOrder'': During the early years, recurring defense attorney Shambala Green alternated between being this and MalcolmXerox, depending on whether her client was female or a racial minority (the writers never gave her a client who was both, perhaps fearing they might achieve Straw Critical Mass).
* Babs Duffy, the militant lesbian leader in the ''Series/LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit'' episode "P.C." There was ''nothing'' that character couldn't turn into an anti-gay, misogynist expression of patriarchal blah blah blah. And it even turns out [[spoiler:she likes MEN]]!
** In the episode "Devastating Story" one of these forces a girl to make a false report of gang rape.
* On ''Series/LawAndOrderCriminalIntent'', Eames will often play this role while being the [[GoodCopBadCop bad cop]].
* {{Inverted|Trope}} once in ''Series/{{Sliders}}'' episode named "''The Weaker Sex''" where women rule the world. Initially it was described as positive -- there were no wars, there were no class differences, except men were considered the inferior sex, suffering the same injustices faced by women of the forties and fifties like sexual harassment in their jobs (if they have any time off from house care), and not suitable for anything remarkable such as becoming a leading political or religious figure (even the Pope was female). Arturo becomes a somewhat unwilling figurehead for a men's rights movement in an election for becoming a Mayor.
* An episode of ''Series/TheCosbyShow'' played this out. Theo offers to plan a bachelor party for Denise's husband Martin. When he offers to get Martin a stripper, Martin tells him "no". Well, this apparently isn't good enough for Denise, who, egged on by her sister Sondra, starts screaming at Martin for not being offended and disgusted at the idea of having a stripper. The scenario degenerates into a "battle of the sexes", with the women denouncing everything the men say or do as sexist and patronizing, while the men actually make several valid points about the women overreacting, and their blatant DoubleStandard-Sondra outright dismisses male stripping as "different", while continuing to denounce female stripping as degrading and refuses to explain exactly WHY there's a difference. This all happened ''after'' Martin said "No" to having a stripper, meaning there was no reason for the argument to start in the first place.
* The Cosby spin-off, ''Series/ADifferentWorld'' also visits this topic several times. The most notable instance is when graduate student Shazza Zulu, in his debut appearance, publishes a book which calls men out for their misogyny and nearly every woman at Hillman laps it up like it's water. This leads to the men and the women "boycotting" each other for the entire episode. The notable part comes in from the fact that it was introduced by a ''man''.
* ''Series/{{Glee}}'':
** In-universe, Sue Sylvester sometimes makes it out like the only reason men don't like her is because she's a strong woman trying to succeed in a patriarchal culture, never mind that she's outrageously evil. And she doesn't mind delightfully shoving Will and taunting "Can't push a woman?"
** The episode "The Power Of Madonna" has Quinn (who ironically embodied the WORST stereotype of woman in the first 13 episodes, what with her use of TheBabyTrap) AND Finn (who says 'It's easy to be a dude' before the guys perform 'What It Feels Like For A Girl'. Um no Finn, not at all. But then again, Finn's not so bright...) by the end of the end of the episode, with DoggedNiceGuy Artie as the StrawMisogynist.
* ''Nightstand'', the 1990s parody of daytime talk shows, had the recurring Straw Feminist guest Dr. [[JustForPun Sans-Peen]]. A [[DoesNotLikeMen man-hating lesbian]], the one time she agreed with her male chauvinist counterpart was wanting to see a nubile female guest jump up and down some more.
* Played with and ultimately {{averted|Trope}} with the character of Dana Foster (Staci Keanan) on the 1990s sitcom ''Series/StepByStep''. A [[DumbBlonde Smart Blonde]], Dana was proudly feminist and was not afraid to say so. This was portrayed both positively and negatively over the course of the series, with the writers making Dana by turns a YouGoGirl, a DeadpanSnarker, a {{Magnificent B|astard}}itch, and (very occasionally) a ButtMonkey. One episode had her signing herself and her sisters up for a self-defense class, and they all take to the training quite well. Another, though, has Dana absurdly claiming that women can do ''anything'' men can do -- even if they lack the physical strength for it -- and getting called out for this by her sisters. Overall, Dana was one of the more competent and likable characters on the show in spite of her flaws, and got some CharacterDevelopment by lightening up in the later seasons and getting a boyfriend who was healthily macho -- and, remarkably, all this without [[{{Chickification}} running afoul]] of the usual pitfalls.
* ''Series/{{Charmed}}'':
** Penny Halliwell claims that men are "utensils" that can be disposed of when they're finished. This attitude probably comes from the fact that she was married four times (and engaged twice more) and she even states that something must have gone wrong when the Chosen Child is a boy. It was vaguely implied at the end of the episode that she was possibly under some kind of spell from a former lover who was now a Necromancer, and was trying to manipulate her to become human again. She had always been a strong-willed feminist, but even her granddaughters thought her "she should have gotten a dog, they're more loyal and die sooner" line was uncharacteristically extreme, even for her. At the end, she said she had "been so blind", whether my her own bitterness or some type of magic is left up to the viewer.
** In "Battle of the Hexes", [[TheScrappy Billie]] all of a sudden cops this attitude. When she inadvertently puts on the Girdle of Hippolyta, this attitude gets turned UpToEleven.
* Often parodied on ''Series/{{Community}}'' with Britta Perry, who has a tendency to deliver Straw Feminist pronouncements along with her general GranolaGirl attitude. It usually involves her getting outraged at the flip of a coin, exposed as a bit of {{Hypocrite}} and generally ends up with her making herself look foolish.
* Rare male example with Georg in ''Series/{{Naeturvaktin}}'', who passionately insists he is a radical feminist despite having [[KnowNothingKnowItAll no idea what radical feminism is]]. He insists the progenitor of feminism was not Mary Wollstonecraft but Karl Marx, and displays obvious misogyny towards women, which, when called upon, he argues is because "[[MadonnaWhoreComplex there are women, and there are hags]]". This is eventually revealed to be the result of his DarkAndTroubledPast, being raised by a domineering radfem mother who psychologically and sexually abused him.
* Sam Carter had some shades of this during the [[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness first couple of episodes]] of ''Series/StargateSG1'', the crowning moment of which came during the pilot (her infamous "reproductive organs" speech). Creator/AmandaTapping actually complained to the writers that "women don't talk like that". The speech was later cut from the pilot's re-release as a DVD movie, and Carter proceeded to spend the rest of the show kicking ass and taking names without making a fuss over her gender. Lampshaded in an alternate timeline, showing Sam rehearsing a version of the same speech and cutting herself off with "That's awful. Who'd say something like that?"
* Jessie Spano in ''Series/SavedByTheBell''. HilariousInHindsight, when the actress later went on to star in ''Film/{{Showgirls}}''. One of the more common (and possibly unintentional) examples would be her chastising a guy (usually Slater) for calling women "foxes" or "chicks" by calling him a "pig."
* ''Series/{{JAG}}'': Caitlin Pike has signs of this in the pilot movie, somewhat justified because she's inexperienced with serving onboard ships and the downright macho attitude displayed by male crew members.
* Lady Mae in ''Mr. Selfridge'', who blackmails the titular character into supporting the more extreme suffragettes.
* ''Series/{{Portlandia}}'': The proprietors of the "Women and Women First" bookstore take this UpToEleven.
* ''Series/DocMartin'': The midwife who comes into town for one episode during Louisa's pregnancy.
* While generally not too obnoxious about it, Raquel from ''Series/OnlyFoolsAndHorses'' does have a habit of ranting about how all men have it easy in life, and how only women ever truly suffer (though after watching her give birth, Del does kind of see where she's coming from on the second point).
* On ''Series/{{Friends}}'', Monica, Phoebe and Rachel all read a highly metaphorical book that denounces men as wanting to steal their "wind" (power). Leads to a couple of instances of OneDialogueTwoConversations as the rest of the gang has no clue what they are talking about.
* Two episodes of ''Series/RoboCopTheSeries'' feature a CorruptCorporateExecutive named Rochelle Carney, who outright said in her debut episode, "Inside Crime" that she considered everything a gender issue, even blaming her getting fired when she returns in "Sisters in Crime" on her being a woman and her boss, Aubrey Fox, being a louse who hit on her--and while Fox did indeed try to hook up with her, [[NeverMyFault she refused to acknowledge real reason she got fired]] was because she was in league with the series' {{archenemy}} "Pudface" Morgan (who, among other things, tried to kill Robo repeatedly, took a retirement home's citizen hostage, led a siege on OCP headquarters, helped push a deinhibitor as a diet pill, kidnapped Jimmy Murphy, impersonated Sgt. Parks to capture the Chiarman, and impersonated the Chairman in an attempt to ruin OCP and yet again try to kill Murphy) as part of a ratings stunt.
* The ''Series/MurdochMysteries'' episode "Hades Has No Fury" is set at a sort of unofficial women's shelter. While it's established that the place has good reason to exist, the three members we see most of are Athena, who wants to shut herself and her fellows away from any contact with men whatsoever; Artemis, who wants to declare war on all men; and Demeter, who hopes that in vitro fertilisation and chromosome mapping will eventually eradicate men altogether.
* ''Series/MurderOne'': {{Subverted|Trope}} in episode ten. A woman who works at a women's health clinic is a potential juror called in the Avedon trial, who's counseled rape victims in the past. The defense is afraid she might be biased given their client is charged with the rape and murder of a woman he was sleeping with, thinking she's a feminist who will thus have some hostile views of him. Their jury consultant points out things she might feel which are in their favor though, showing they shouldn't assume this just on the basis of her (inferred) feminism.
* The title character from ''Series/{{Roseanne}}'' comes across this trope many times like, for example, from the episode "White Men Can't Kiss". In the episode DJ refuses to kiss a girl in the school play just because she's black. Later in the episode Roseanne is visited by the girl's dad at The Lunchbox and acts callous towards him. He assumes she's being racist towards him but admits that she's prejudiced towards all men equally. He then calls her out saying that her sexism isn't as different and her son's racism. In the episode "Wait Till Your Father Gets Home" it's revealed that her hatred of men comes from her being abused by her dad.
* Deconstructed in ''Series/Runaways2017''. [[SoapboxSadie Gert]] is a teenager in the midst of the "I know everything" stage and it's clear that her ideas of feminism are shallow and immature, such as ogling Chase with X-ray goggles under the guise of "payback" for how women have been objectified, then a few episodes later covering herself with a lead apron to keep him from doing the same. But even as early as the first episode, she's called out by religious conservative Karolina for not respecting women who don't subscribe to her exact views, and over time the two form an unlikely bond.

* Played for laughs in ''Machinima/RedVsBlue''. When Donut is possessed by O'Malley, he mouths off about how bad patriarchal society is.

* Music/NellieMcKay's song "Mother of Pearl" mocks the attitude behind this trope via UnreliableNarrator: the opening line is "Feminists don't have a sense of humor" and it continues on from there.
* Music/RuckaRuckaAli's parody song of "Last Friday Night" by Katy Perry, "Fat Violent Dykes".

[[folder:Myths and Religion]]
* The original Amazons from Myth/ClassicalMythology may be the {{Ur Example}}s. They were a tribe of all-female warriors who, DependingOnTheWriter, either [[{{Gendercide}} killed their sons]], enslaved them, or killed some and enslaved the others. The Amazons managed to keep their tribe going by having sex with neighboring men (in versions where they killed all the boys), or their male slaves (in versions where they enslaved them). They were likely created to justify the Greeks' StayInTheKitchen philosophy--"Well, we're only oppressing our women because if we don't, they'll rise up and oppress us even worse!" Fun fact: since the original Amazons were a [[ValuesDissonance horror story about women who would forsake femininity]], they did a lot of things to drive this fact home which were lost in later, {{Fanservice}}-laden adaptations, such as cutting off one of their breasts (so they could shoot bows without the string whacking against it). The idea was probably intended to show that in order to be warriors, women had to sacrifice some of their femininity, but it falls a bit flat as there have been plenty of skilled female archers who didn't need to hack a breast off (even if they got in the way, a simple chest protector would fix the issue without the need for senseless mutilations).
* UsefulNotes/{{Lilith}} from various Judeo-Christian traditions (but ''not'' Literature/TheBible) was essentially a PsychoPrototype of Eve. She refused to be subservient to Adam, got booted out of the Garden of Eden, then became the demonic MotherOfAThousandYoung. [[SpaceWhaleAesop See what feminism does to you?]]

[[folder:Professional Wrestling]]
* In 1980, Ole Anderson booked a wrestling Battle of the Sexes (inspired by the tennis match between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs) between the teams of Steve O/Jerry Roberts (a.k.a Jacques Rougeau Jr.) and Joyce Grable/Judy Martin. Grable recalled that, in the buildup to the match, "I would say 'Every time you men walk into a courtroom, we women take everything you make, everything you work your life for'. All the men just hated me. I loved it." The match itself, however, was not a case of this trope, as even though the men ended up winning, the match was a close-fought affair with many false finishes. Outside of {{Kayfabe}}, Grable and Martin earned the respect of the men, setting up a rematch that was regarded as even better than the first due to the newly developed trust they had for each other.

* ''Radio/RoyalCanadianAirFarce'' did a bit called "Man Bash", a mock GameShow featuring a Straw Feminist host who made the male contestant's life hell, while overly praising and helping the female contestant.

[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* The third-party [[TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons D&D 3e]] book ''The Slayer's Guide to Amazons'' has amazons who view men as only good for [[LadyLand siring daughters]] [[spoiler:(and for [[BlackWidow sacrificing to their goddess after the fact]])]], [[OffingTheOffspring bash in the skulls of any unlucky sons]], have estrus cycles like [[{{Pun}} bitches]], and are classified as {{Neutral|Evil}} {{Evil|IsSexy}}.
* ''TabletopGame/TranshumanSpace'' features "Margaret", an all-female space station that edges this trope, especially with some of its members experimenting with genetic engineering to make males unnecessary for reproduction. It's pointed out in the books that in a solar system where people can and do change sex temporarily for fairly trivial reasons, and the big civil rights debates involve artificial intelligences and biological androids, the Margaretians are still fighting the last century's battles. They aren't depicted as wildly stupid, just stubbornly out of date. They ''are'' respected for their women's self-defense classes, which produce some of the most formidable human martial artists in the solar system.
* In ''TabletopGame/WerewolfTheApocalypse'', the all-female Black Furies fit this trope to some extent. While some are into the spirituality of womanhood and/or seek gender equality and reproductive freedom, others are on a sacred quest to castrate every male they come across. But even the more well-rounded Furies have the Tribal Weakness of an easier time frenzying against men due to pent-up frustration against them. They eventually became more well-rounded with later editions, going from man-hating Amazons to a mystical cult of warrior women that worshiped Gaia in her guise of Artemis and provided the Garou Nation with necessary prophecy.\\
In ''Apocalypse'', the guidebook that dealt with the end of the world for ''W:tA'', there's a chapter that discusses the possibility that the Apocalypse may begin when another entire tribe of the Garou falls to the Wyrm. The suggested scenario for the corruption and fall of the Black Furies involves all of them changing into the most stereotypical possible version of the tribe, out to cull the human race by murdering most of the men.
* A more concrete example comes with the TabletopGame/NewWorldOfDarkness game ''TabletopGame/VampireTheRequiem''. The Circle of the Crone is a covenant that is rather feminist in its leanings, but not to the point of straw -- except for one faction within the covenant, the Daughters of the Goddess, who claim that their ritual in which they sacrifice a male vampire, ritualistically called the Oak King, is evidence for their valuing (and not hating) men. This is the only ritual where male vampires are allowed any sort of prominence, and they may only be the Oak King. Needless to say, the other covenants, and indeed most other factions within the Circle, ain't buyin' it.

* Creator/GilbertAndSullivan's ''Theatre/PrincessIda'' (adapted from a poem by Tennyson), the Girl Graduates of the women's college at Castle Adamant learn that "Man is Nature's sole mistake." That's right, folks, women's education PlayedForLaughs. When the younger students actually encounter a Man, they find him quite attractive, and Ida is resigned to her ArrangedMarriage when she realizes that if women never marry, there won't be any children.
* A lot of people think that ''Theatre/TheVaginaMonologues'' are this trope. Actually invoked at one point, where a character admitted that she felt like she was "betraying" women by needing a man's attention to find herself beautiful.
* [[http://lashings.org Lashings of Ginger Beer]] parody the stereotype of lesbian separatist straw feminists in their song [[http://youtu.be/Q_4yCm6DZp8 Vagina Dentata]] Warning: this link is not suitable for work as it contains strong language.
* Enid in the musical adaptation of ''Theatre/LegallyBlonde'' is more toned down in this regard than her film counterpart, but still qualifies, most notably in Callahan's VillainSong, wherein she jokingly claims that murder and animal abuse are behaviors of a "typical man". Interestingly, the musical seems to focus less on her radical feminism and more on the fact that she's a lesbian.

[[folder:Video Games]]
* ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAuto'':
** One radio interviewee in ''[[VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoViceCity Vice City]]'' was one of these, contrasting with hip, somewhat stupid '80s girl Amy. The key comedy aspect in that interviewee was that she'd just spent a year "undercover" as a man and written a book on her findings. Moreover, the interviewee mentions learning various things about men over the process of being disguised as one, including how men find sports interesting, like looking at pictures of naked women, wear hats and smoke cigarettes. She's pretentious to boot, lambasting "half-hearted bra burners" in her interview. In a case of LifeImitatesArt, [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Self-Made_Man_(book) a woman did go undercover as a man]] in real life.
** In ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoV'', Franklin's aunt Denise and her friends are always seen babbling about new-age femininity as a RunningGag.
* In ''VideoGame/BaldursGate'':
** [[spoiler:Edwin]] briefly becomes one of these thanks to some AppliedPhlebotinum that he [[BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor covets]].
** Shar-teel from the first game is a defining example of this trope.
* Kjelle, Sully's daughter from ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'', is definitely this. While Sully strives to be [[YouGoGirl as strong as any of her male peers]], she almost never takes her fellow male companions' kindness as some form of patronization, nor is she so hell-bent on [[AllAmazonsWantHercules seeking a man stronger than her]]. Kjelle possesses both of these traits.
* One radio transmission in ''VideoGame/TheConduit'' has a feminist blaming the countless civilian deaths and mass destruction on an oppressive, male-run government instead of the invading aliens, who she insists "[[WeComeInPeaceShootToKill come in peace]]".
* In ''VideoGame/ComicJumperTheAdventuresOfCaptainSmiley'', the boss of the Silver Age "Improbable Paper Pals" stage is feminist super-villain Mistress Ropes, who is sick of being talked down to all the time. Smiley tries to be sympathetic at first, but eventually gets fed up with her over-sensitivity to sexist (or even ''remotely'' sexist) remarks and decides to beat the crap out of her.
* ''VideoGame/TachyonTheFringe'' has Lakita Ramos, a wingman from the [[MegaCorp GalSpan]] plotline that you can hire after defeating her in a competition. She treats you like an idiot in dialog because the PlayerCharacter is male. The flavor text attempts to justify it by saying she got tired of being hit on in spacer bars.
* In ''VideoGame/ExitFate'', one recruitable party member is Petra, a fiery redhead in plate mail wielding a massive battleaxe (named, appropriately enough, "Independence") in the battle for women's freedom everywhere. To recruit her, you have to approach her with a male-only party, which causes her to protest about you "trying to oppress [her] with your masculine hegemony" and promptly joining your army to show you the true strength of women. If you have Meiko (a female war correspondent) interview her, Petra will interpret Meiko's attempt to maintain a neutral viewpoint as evidence of her being a gender traitor.
* Parodied in ''Feminazi: The Triggering'', an [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rZqG1vP94UU indie game]] where the player plays a [[SoapboxSadie Social Justice Warrior]]. The object of the game is apparently to spread tolerance amongst African Americans and accuse white men of rape. One of the mini games even involves [[{{Gendercide}} wiping out baby boys]].

[[folder:Web Comics]]
* Parodied in ''Webcomic/HarkAVagrant'' [[http://www.harkavagrant.com/?id=341 here]], with a group of characters literally called "The Straw Feminists", who come out of children's closets like monsters and burn bras at them.
* Jade from ''Webcomic/{{PvP}}'' once qualified as a Straw Feminist. This was most notable when she left PvP to start up her own women's gaming magazine, where she even drove her fellow female writers insane.
* ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'' Susan starts out this way. At first it seems like she simply believes men are inherently evil, but, then we find out that as a [[ChildrenAreInnocent child]] she walked in on her father cheating on her mother with a blonde girl. She started dyeing her blonde hair [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair dark blue]] and wished to be a lesbian just so she never has to be in a relationship with a man. [[CharacterDevelopment Time sees her grown in a more mature activist and a more balanced person overall,]] but don't [[BerserkButton make sexist remarks around her.]] Susan also acknowledges that the real reason she believed that all men were bad may have been because it provided an excuse for her father's actions in a [[ImAManICantHelpIt "daddy couldn't help it because men are just like that" way]].
** In TheRant on [[http://www.egscomics.com/index.php?id=129 Susan's first appearance]] (written long after the event) Dan explains that when he created her he was frustrated about gender roles, but encountered more women complaining about sexist behaviour than he did sexist behaviour. Once he realised how much sexist behaviour women ''did'' need to deal with, she evolved quickly.
--->'''Elliot!Ellen''': That doesn't mean [Elliot] can't be concerned with gender equality
--->'''Susan''': [[http://www.egscomics.com/index.php?id=159 Equality? Who said anything about equality? Female superiority all the way, sister!]]
* ''Webcomic/TheWotch'' has [[http://thewotch.com/index.php?epDate=2006-07-03 D.O.L.L.Y.]] a militant feminist terrorist organization led by [[spoiler:Ms. Natasha Dahlet]] who want to [[LadyLand eradicate men from the world]]. Not by [[{{Gendercide}} killing them]], but by turning them female via MagiTek. They try to recruit Anne who is well known for using her magic for [[GenderBender gender bending]]. [[spoiler:While [[LiteralSplitPersonality a physical personification of Anne's anger]] does join them, Anne herself turns the tables on them by [[KarmicTransformation turning many of the members of D.O.L.L.Y. male]].]] Notably, most the members of the group [[spoiler:are actually brainwashed, only really Natasha and her [[TheDragon Dragon]] (of sorts) Cory are really committed to the "cause"]]. The author actually precedes the arc with a strip where she appears and explains that there really isn't supposed to be any political message or anything.
* ''Webcomic/TheJapaneseBeetle'' has the New Order of Women, a fusion of the real NOW and the Wrestling/{{N|ewWorldOrder}}WO -- the members were all combinations of feminists and wrestlers, like "Hollywood" Dworkin. In their initial appearance, they attempt to put Die-Agra, a "male potence cure", in the city's water supply. At one point, they're beating on the Beetle (whose pained cries make it sound like they're raping him), as the two leaders look on and nod approvingly.
* ''Webcomic/SpaceMoose'' brutally parodies some of the University of Alberta's organizations with this trope. He then faced down expulsion, fines, and boundless criticism for his "Take Back the Night" Space Moose strips.
* Violet Oaks, the titular character of ''Webcomic/ComingUpViolet'', has a run in with this trope when she inadvertently causes a social trend of girls randomly giving boys wedgies after giving one to resident pretty boy. This inevitably leads to them [[http://www.webcomicsnation.com/bdaniel/violet/series.php?view=archive&chapter=31011 discovering the true meaning of feminism]].
* ''Webcomic/{{Torio}}'' has the overwhelmingly straw [[http://torio.comicgenesis.com/d/20050926.html M'Kystral]], who's a feminist, a vegan, an atheist, and a political activist. She really only mellows a bit when compared to her friends in said communities.
* Suzette in ''WebComic/{{Precocious}}'', who more often than not proves to be an easily agitated womyn who always seems to have a speech ready. Particularly noticeable in the earlier strips.
--> '''Suzette:''' [[http://www.precociouscomic.com/archive/comic/2009/03/24 So screw equality--Let's take it all!]] '''IT'S OUR TURN TO DOMINATE!!'''
* [[http://geebasonparade.keenspot.com/d/20020526.html Talia/Jen]] in ''GeebasOnParade'' and Jen in ''WebComic/TheDevilsPanties''.
* ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'': Kankri sees Porrim as one of these, appropriating the language of real issues to complain about a problem that doesn't actually exist on Alternia. In reality, Porrim makes a pretty good case for subtle but harmful gender imbalances among trolls (certainly her ideas make a lot more sense than Kankri's incoherent babbling), and she doesn't go on and on about it like Kankri does with his pet issues.
* Averted in Leftover Soup: When asked by an employee why she would use the breasts of an other employee in an advertisement for her computer repair shop, Lily Hammerschmidt announces that she is, in fact, not a feminist but a misandrist, and therefore has no scruples about sexually exploiting women in order to get men to give her their money. The male protagonist tries to get along with her, in a way that would work with even the most extremist feminists, but he does not succeed, as Lily doesn't believe in the humanity of men and is only confused when he tells her he read her porny sci-fi series for the sci-fi. All of it. Without masturbating. She is an interesting case in that she has the same low opinion on men's self control that misogynists usually have, (she doesn't want to be alone in a room with a man - sounds familiar, doesn't it?) but has a different solution to the problem: In her sci-fi series there are no men, as the artificial reproduction that is necessary due to some infertilizing disease only works with female fetuses.
* ''Webcomic/WhiteDarkLife'' has Rebecca. A loudmouthed self proclaimed "friend" of the [[EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep Head Maid]] who tends to range from violent, to just annoying. [[spoiler:However, she's really a {{Deconstruction}}, as her violent and toxic behavior leads others to assume the other feminists are just like her. Even worse, she actively tries to enforce her brand of feminism as [[NoTrueScotsman the "right" feminism.]]]] Strangely, she gets along with the local StrawMisogynist.
* ''WebComic/SandraAndWoo'', in it's ongoing war against PoliticalCorrectnessGoneMad, introduces a feminazi teacher who is much more focused on making boys suffer than actually helping women. Her actions include giving massive homework to the boys and none to the girls, giving the girls higher marks than the boys for the same test answers (on a multiple choice test), and forcibly closing all men's bathrooms in the school under the justification that the boys would be exposing their privates inches away from the girls (which is technically true if you don't care about things like walls and doors being in the way). Oddly, most of her support staff is male, although in complete agreement with her. In her last appearance she is about to write a blog post about how gender equality can only be achieved by [[GroinAttack castrating all boys and drilling a hole into them]] before she mysteriously disappears courtesy of Cloud's ActionMom.
* Minor character James from ''Webcomic/MenageA3'' is a straw ''male'' feminist (and prone to {{Flanderization}} in this). One of his first actions since appearing was to criticize ''VideoGame/DeadOrAliveXtremeBeachVolleyball'', calling it sexist and degrading to women for having breast physics and revealing swimsuits, celebrating ''[=DOAX3=]'''s NoExportForYou status, and asking a woman who is a very big fan of the games "[[OpinionOverride What woman in their right mind would play such garbage?]]". Later he is shown refusing an offer of a blowjob, claiming that he can't allow himself to subject a woman to "such an obscene act", [[DoubleStandard but he has no problem eating a woman out]] (and is apparently quite skilled at it).
* ''Moon Over June'' is a pornographic webcomic about two lesbian roommates. Summer, the elder of the two, hardly goes a strip without reminding the reader just how very feminist she is, mostly by her utter scorn for anything with a Y-chromosome. For a while, she wouldn't even use a penis-shaped sex toy because it reminded her too much of a man. She got over this by rationalizing that it's the perfect expression of female sexuality to completely separate the phallus - the only worthwhile part - from the man it's attached to.

[[folder:Web Original]]
* Kitty Ledbetter from the webgame ''The Goat in the Grey Fedora'' is revealed to be one of these when Bounty discovers that [[spoiler:she murdered her father in order to get the deeds to a salt mine, which she was going to use to spread a chemical that would paralyze men worldwide]].
* Hippolyta in the Literature/WhateleyUniverse is defined by this trope, to the point of calling Hank a 'traitor' for transforming into a male.
* Played for laughs with Germaine from the [[http://illwillpress.com Foamy Cartoons]]. Course, she's not as extreme as others on this page, but that's most likely because [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment it's being played for laughs]].
* WebVideo/TheNostalgiaChick plays it for laughs in ''WebVideo/{{Kickassia}}'' when she became [[UsefulNotes/SarahPalin Nostalgia Palin]]. She blames the fact that everyone thinks she's a complete idiot now on the prejudice women face in politics. [[note]] This wasn't so much as mocking feminism than it was slamming UsefulNotes/SarahPalin.[[/note]] Plot-wise, it also had to do with the fact that she was ''trying'' to establish herself as [[spoiler:a {{Magnificent| Bastard}} BitchInSheepsClothing, but [[JesusWasWayCool Santa Christ]] proved to be the SpannerInTheWorks for that one]].
* Parodied in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B4uuP12vuH0 this video]]. Still, some people [[PoesLaw believed that it was real]].
* Web-comedian Pia Glenn lampoons the trope [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=anjxU7ma9Z8 here]] as well.
* ''WebVideo/UltraFastPony'' uses this as a throwaway joke. Applejack, one of the heads of TheIrishMob, is surprisingly afraid of Bon Bon. The only explanation for this is that Bon Bon is "one of those feminists." The line is immediately followed by a subtitle "And there go all my feminist viewers..."
* ''WebVideo/FeministFrequency'' discusses this trope [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tnJxqRLg9x0 here.]] [[FlameBait Considering the controversial nature of this web series,]] [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgement we will not elaborate any further.]]
* Rip Van Winkle from ''WebVideo/HellsingUltimateAbridged'' is quite '''literally''' a feminazi. She's constantly grubbing for attention by drudging up old memes and her crusade against misogyny (real or otherwise) has made her as bad as the very thing she's trying to fight. The irony being Alucard is just about the [[EqualOpportunityOffender most egalitarian person]] on the planet, if only because he HatesEveryoneEqually.
* Parodied in ''Website/TheOnion'''s article: "[[http://www.theonion.com/articles/i-dont-support-feminism-if-it-means-murdering-all,37301/ I Don't Support Feminism If It Means Murdering All Men]]." Considering how it's written, it might just be a real article.
* ''Blog/HipsterFeminist'': {{Subverted|Trope}} in that Rhoda is intended to look ridiculous for being a terrible feminist and is not supposed to be a representative one. She is an intentional mockery of people who don't understand feminism, use its rhetoric to justify their own abuses, or who use it as a vehicle for their own self-aggrandizement rather than actually attempting to further the cause of gender equality.
* Parodied without mercy in [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=167&v=XARMbTEGVDk Jessica the Feminazi]].
* Averted in [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ewU33EdNnM&list=PLytTJqkSQqtr7BqC1Jf4nv3g2yDfu7Xmd this]] series.
* Episode 7 of the fictional [[CoveredInGunge mess-as-penalty]] television series, [[https://tellygunge.wordpress.com/2016/04/14/comeuppance-episode-7-introduction/ Comeuppance]], features a power-mad fun-hating straw feminist student union officer as one of the contestants, who argues that having 50.3% of cis-males in Larchester University's student body proves how 'privileged' they are, and bans males from taking the officer role. [[https://tellygunge.wordpress.com/2016/04/17/comeuppance-episode-7-update/ The update]] ([=NSFW=] due to nudity) also features another straw feminist who argues the director is a pig for gunging women only, calls him 'a misogynist and a perv', and promptly takes off her shirt to show she wears no bra to protest. Naturally, she's shown as a joke.
* The third season of ''WebAnimation/GothamGirls'' had Caroline Greenway, who didn't appear to be concerned about the male population of Gotham City disappearing and made a lot of remarks that had strongly misandrist implications.
* In the various Website/GoAnimate "[[YouAreGrounded Grounded]]" videos involving ''WesternAnimation/{{Caillou}}'', the title character's little sister, Rosie, is infrequently portrayed as this, spouting the stereotypical phrases used in their portrayals and attempting to do harm to Caillou or their father, Boris.
* Abigail Cockbane from WebVideo/ContraPoints is meant to be this, as she is a TERF (Trans Exclusionary Radical Feminist) meant to be as radical left-y and off-the-walls as possible.
* ''Website/FlameWarriors'': Issues was depicted as this - an angry woman in military gear with grenades. The entry was also written in feminine prose as well. However, Issues doesn't necessarily have to be a feminist.

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* Hayley of ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' was something like this. She originally believed that women at strip clubs were being exploited. However, when the (female) strip club owner claimed that it was the male customers who were exploited, Hayley seemed to have no problem with that and ended up working as a stripper. But it is PlayedForLaughs, and it seems implied that most of the other strippers aren't really emotionally stable... So, ZigZaggingTrope? Also counts as [[ShownTheirWork showing their work]], as that sums up the contrasting positions of sex-negative and sex-positive feminists, respectively. Certainly none of the strippers were being oppressed by their employer, and several were intelligent young women just paying their way through college and similar.
* ComicBook/PoisonIvy is sometimes portrayed this way in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries''. In one famous episode she goes on a crime spree with Harley Quinn and claims it's all about female empowerment. The episode ends with her being arrested by Detective Montoya and another female cop. For added irony, this is just after Ivy taunts that "[[NoManOfWomanBorn No man alive can capture us]]!"
* WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButtHead get maced by some of these after the dimwitted duo misinterpret (as only they can) a speech at a feminism rally as a come-on line.
* Despite being the source of the opening quote for this page, ''WesternAnimation/ChillyBeach'''s April June is mostly a parody of this portrayal of feminism.
* ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor'':
** Numbuh 86/Fanny came off as this in her first few appearances, where she would blame any problems on the boys and refused to share credit with them. Later episodes [[CharacterizationMarchesOn revised her characterization]] to be less sexist and more just generally unfriendly.
** Madam Margaret is an ''[[ExaggeratedTrope extreme]]'' version of this trope. She's the ruler of a dystopian future where girls hunt boys and turn them into girls with 'girlifying ray guns', and gets the ball rolling by sending her past self said ray guns. Her stated goal is to create a world without boys, and practically accomplished that before an old Numbuh 4 (aided by Numbuh 3's ''granddaughter'' Sally, ironically) used her time machine to hit the ResetButton and [[SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong undo her schemes]]. The creepy part is that she's [[spoiler:a ''kid'' in the present. Her entire motivation for wanting guys gone is that [[DisproportionateRetribution she doesn't get along with her brothers]].]]
* One episode of ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom'' titled "Girls' Night Out" has resident ghost baddies Kitty, Ember, and Spectra plot to make every male disappear permanently. Spectra, however, is the only one who fits the trope, going as far to make "wo-manicotti" on a cooking show, the other two aren't against men.
** However, this ''does'' raise questions what happened to Betrand, her assistant/ possibly husband...
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Daria}}'' had Ms. Janet Barch, oddly enough for a girl-positive program. Is the type ''that'' broad? It's apparently got something to do with a previous husband; she often goes on rants about wasting "twenty-two thankless years" with him, and at times will start screaming at other men as if they were actually him. She eventually [[DefrostingIceQueen mellows out]] a bit... [[PitbullDatesPuppy at least with]] [[HippieTeacher Mr. O'Neill]]. The example can count as a deconstruction of the trope, since WordOfGod says that Barch served as a way of showing how ridiculously unrealistic the straw feminist character really is when compared to realistic feminist examples like Daria and Helen Morgendorffer.
* ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'':
** In an episode where Peter is forced into sensitivity training, he was so trained that he himself did a feminism equivalent of the HeelFaceTurn and became an extremely fluffy combination of this and a cookie-baking, bridge-playing young biddy that blames all the ills on men. He ends up falling in with one-shot Straw Feminist character Gloria Ironbox, who implies that Lois' choice to be a wife and stay-at-home mother is the reason Peter doesn't respect women and that her children are screwed. And what does Lois do? [[ShutUpHannibal After shutting down her arguments,]] [[MamaBear she beats the shit out of her.]] The {{catfight}} [[GirlOnGirlIsHot manages to]] [[ResetButton return Peter to normal.]]
** Peter once accuses Lois of being a feminist and calls it adorable.
* Averted with Lily from the unaired ''WesternAnimation/FatherOfThePride'' episode "The Siegfried and Roy Fantasy Experience Movie", who simply wants to teach women to be independent, gets along well with Kate's husband Larry when she meets him, and is deeply disturbed by Foo Lin's misandrist statements. The unfinished episode available in storyboard form on the DVD also has her attempt to help Kate's father Sarmoti grow out of his dated sexist ways.
* The Greeñorita Eco-Feminist Collective from ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'', especially Frida Waterfall.
* One episode of ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' revolves around a rogue Amazon developing a plague that will wipe out every creature on Earth with a Y chromosome. It's eventually revealed that she's actually a regular human girl raised by the Amazons after being driven from her homeland by a military coup, which sparked her intense hatred of men. Ironically, much to her shock it was actually a man who rescued her and brought her to Themyscria, which was concealed from her by her fellow Amazons (who "didn't consider it important"), although her hatred of men ultimately proves too ingrained for her to change her ways. The incident ultimately taught her fellow Amazons (who, including Wonder Woman, had displayed tendencies towards Straw Feminism themselves up to this point) to not too soundly preach the inferiorities of men and their own superiority since, as Hawkgirl notes at one point, the villain was just taking their pre-existing isolationist and supremacist tendencies to their logical extreme. This trope is {{lampshade|Hanging}}d when Wonder Woman wonders if men are ''that'' necessary and Hawkgirl tells her [[Radar/JusticeLeague "don't knock it 'till you've tried it, Princess!".]]
* ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'':
** An odd example with "The Powder Puff Boys". The antagonist is a PTA leader who proudly announces she gave up a high-paying job to spend time with her kids. [[{{Hypocrite}} In spite of this, she's shown to care far more about PTA meetings than her family]]. Naturally she denounces powder puff football as sexist and attempts to get the school's game shut down. Peggy even catches on to this (this being the same woman who did not realize that Redcorn and Nancy were having an affair until someone told her) openly states in a meeting she realizes she is only doing this because the woman misses her high paying job.
** Another episode had a feminist group loving Peggy's poem about a turtle. They thought it was a metaphor for women's struggles and kept cheering her on and at the same time made Hank (who was there to support Peggy) feel very uncomfortable. It was a metaphor, but only for what Peggy was going through personally, and it had nothing to do with feminism. When Peggy added on an ending where the turtle ends up with a male turtle, the feminists gave her some awkward applause, feeling a bit cheated.
--->'''Audience Member:''' ''(to another audience member)'' Oh, man, kinda copped out at the end there, didn't she?
--->'''Hank:''' ''(to a third audience member)'' Now that gal can write music!
--->''(Third audience member walks away disgusted)''
** [[PlayingWithATrope Played with]] there with the feminist (played by real-life feminist singer Ani [=DiFranco=]) encouraging Peggy to just play her heart out, she just wanted Peggy to find her voice.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{MASK}}'' occasionally portrayed V.E.N.O.M.'s sole female member Vanessa Warfield this way. It is most notable in the episode "Race Against Time" (where she calls M.A.S.K. member Brad Turner a "male swine") and in the tie-in comics by Creator/DCComics (where she makes several misandrist remarks about men being weak and easy to beat).
* ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'': The female inhabitants of planet Gazorpazorp are these, in ''sharp'' contrast to the ultra-violent males that dwell on the outer surface of the planet. Naturally, they assume that ''all'' male species are like this.
* In ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'', the episode "Equal Fights" had a villain named Femme Fatale, a man-hating criminal who only stole Susan B. Anthony coins and [[StrawHypocrite liked to use the fact that she's a woman as an excuse to avoid punishment]]. She tried to convince the girls to stop helping men but her flawed logic is countered at the end by the more mainstream equality-based feminism of Sara Bellum and Miss Keane who teach the girls the difference between feminism and misandry. Not helping Femme Fatale's case were the fact that women were also hurt by her actions and that she ''didn't even know who Susan B. Anthony was'', or that said woman fought for the equality of '''both''' women and men alike (leading to a very good ShutUpHannibal moment by the girls). Writer Creator/LaurenFaust, herself a staunch feminist, later decided that the subject of feminism was too heavy for such a lighthearted family show and [[CreatorBacklash regretted writing it]].
* Subverted on ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'': Phil and Lil's Mom, Betty [=DeVille=], may appear like a bad "manly feminist" stereotype at first (which went over the head of some viewers, who misinterpreted her as AmbiguouslyGay), but she's never portrayed negatively.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'':
** The episode "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS6E9HomerBadman Homer Badman]]" averts this. The character of Ashley Grant (who mistakenly accuses Homer of sexual harassment) initially appears to be one of these, but by the end of the episode she concedes that she jumped to the wrong conclusion and apologizes to Homer.
** Rare male example: in one episode Marge is shown to have gone out with one of her college teachers. He is very much a Straw feminist, not liking LIGHTHOUSES because "anything penis shaped is bad."
** In the episode "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS16E4SheUsedToBeMyGirl She Used to Be My Girl]]", Homer and Marge go to a feminist convention because they think Lisa is there. One scoffs "How typically male!" at a news report about an erupting volcano. When they learn that Lisa is at the volcano, Homer says to Marge "I'll go, you stay here" and gets booed. When he says "Okay, you go and I'll stay", he gets ''more'' boos, and finally asks "What do women want?!"
** Then there's the episode "Bart Star" where Flanders coaches a kids' football team. Lisa arrives for tryouts not because she wants to play, but just because she wants to show up everyone for thinking a girl can't play football. Flanders immediately deflates her pretensions by showing that there are already four girls on the team; Lisa runs off crying.
** A later episode involves Springfield Elementary being segregated by gender due to controversial comments made by Principal Skinner. However, the class by the new principal is actually just a thinly-veiled lecture on female empowerment so much so that even Lisa gets sick of it quickly and defects to the boy's school.
* Wendy Testaburger in ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' can sometimes be this, depending on how Parker and Stone portray her in an episode (combined or not with her already being a SoapBoxSadie). This trope also can apply to portrayals of the other female characters, though Wendy is usually the only one you see mentioned as one by certain fans not fond of the character. But when she's not a Straw Feminist? She's portrayed too "[[RealWomenDontWearDresses sickeningly weak and girly]]" for fans. But then there's that episode where she beats Cartman... And the other one where she ''outdoes'' Cartman [[spoiler:by launching her (lesbian) substitute teacher '''[[DisproportionateRetribution into the sun]]''' because she thinks Miss Ellen is [[GreenEyedMonster trying to steal Stan's affections]]]].[[note]] Though this is a case of CharacterizationMarchesOn.[[/note]]
** {{Inverted|Trope}} in the episode "The Hobbit", to the extent she becomes OnlySaneMan of the episode. Wendy is frustrated by one of her fellow cheerleaders being dumped on for her looks and chastises Butters for dumping on her looks while liking Creator/KimKardashian. However, when she tries to explain the dangers of Photoshop and on the body image, Butters think it's how she honestly looks like (despite doing the editing process in front of him for him to see.) This escalates as the other girls begin doing so and causes a cycle of egos to spiral out of control, much to Wendy's frustration. The entire thing goes so out of control and after [[ItMakesSenseInContext getting a talk from Kanye West]], Wendy tearfully resigns to conformity as she edits her own picture.
** One of the few (if only) male examples with PC Principal, with "PC People" being a rather odd euphemism for radical feminists. The reason for him being male is because PC Principal is also a StereotypeFlip; he's a character constantly shouting Straw Feminist rhetoric and ideals, but is every stereotype for a fraternity dudebro. Besides humor, the bizarre mix of character types is clearly meant to show how arrogant bullies can possess any viewpoint. However, he has now mellowed out a bit and become one of the OnlySaneMan of the show (though that's less about him and more on how everyone else has gone mad.)
* ''WesternAnimation/SuperFriends'' had a one-time villainess who [[MindManipulation brainwashes all the women in the world]] (including Wonder Woman and Jaina of the ComicBook/WonderTwins) to turn against males.
* Ariel, the villain of the ''WesternAnimation/TotallySpies'' episode "W.O.W." (and the only villain in the series [[PoliticallyIncorrectVillain motivated by bigotry]], it seems) is the current leader of the Sisterhood, an AncientConspiracy that sought to eliminate all men and inferior females (women who were not the "chosen ones") gain their place as the true rulers of the world. It seemed that none of them knew the most obvious flaw in such an act (how to avoid humanity's extinction if such a plan succeeded) but ironically, Sam is a descendent of the original group.
* Parodied in ''WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers'' when a parody of the [[Franchise/ScoobyDoo the Scooby Gang]] show up in the episode "Viva Los Muertos!" Parody-Velma (a Valerie Solanas {{expy}} named Val) is constantly spouting this talk, going so far as to actually tell Parody-Daphne that men are "walking abortions".
* ''WesternAnimation/YinYangYo'' has Saranoia, who is an unstable misandrist sorceress. She sees herself in Yin and tries to get her to join her while trying to kill Yang. Saranoia's problems come from being forced to study by her father while her brother Mark got to do what he wanted. To the point where she occasionally calls [[FreudianSlip Yang Mark and once called Master Yo dad.]] Yin thinks she's just crazy and eventually got her a restraining order on her. Despite this, she appears to still like men enough to have a male gnome servent (albeit one she mistreats) and was once seen on a date with a banker (though he calls for the check when he witnesses her doing an outburst when the rabbits suspect her of kidnapping Master Yo.) Naturally, she blames Yang.

%% Do not add the Real Life folder. We are about tropes used in storytelling. If necessary, we'll lock this page to keep it out. To keep the page unlocked, if someone ''does'' add it back in, please remove the Real Life folder before an admin notices it.