"Angel? Hah! She's a female, and all females is poison! They're full o' wicked wiles!"
—Grumpy, upon seeing Snow White for the first time in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Lenny: Girls! Who needs 'em?
Stuckey: Yeah, who needs 'em?
Duane: I hate girls!
— Kissyfur, "The Birds and The Bears"
"I, Stymie, member in good standing of the He-Man Woman Hater's Club, do solemnly swear to be a he-man and hate women and not play with them or talk to them unless I have to, and especially never fall in love; and if I do, may I die slowly and painfully and suffer for hours or until I scream bloody murder.
— Stymie, The Little Rascals film
"Ohh, how I hate girls... So arrogant and self-centered! They cry if you get angry, they gossip behind your back, they spread nasty lies... They look at me like some... some disgusting THING and say that I'm a weirdo... Laughing at me, all the while! 'You like to sew? What a queer!' 'Painting is so not you.' 'But you're a guy...' 'You don't act like a guy...' 'Why aren't you manly...' What does it mean to 'be a guy'!? What does it mean to 'be manly'!? Girls are so scary..." (...) "Men are much better... They'd never saw those awful, degrading things. Yes, I vastly prefer men."
— Shadow Kanji, Persona 4
"One of criticisms for this movie is the portrayal of women; mainly Amanda. No longer are the women in (Woody) Allenís movies just slightly neurotic or finnicky but now straight up evil harpies... in the past Allen was much more able to take as well as he gave. In Annie Hall, Annie may have issues, but Alvy was just as bad if not worse. In Anything Else, Amanda is evil and Jerry is as innocent as an angel."