Dr. Lecter: Paul, would you like to say grace?
Paul Krendler: (lobotomized) God bless every one of us, even white trash like Starling!
Lecter: I don't think the Apostle Paul could have put it any better. He hated women, too.
"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
"A man who hates every bone in a woman's body, except his."
"We had very clearly defined gender roles 60 years ago, and while sexism was common, if a woman worked hard and believed in herself, she could still be slightly tolerated. Little Archie thought this was feminism run amok. He hated girls so much, the Riverdale day care had to install a battered women's shelter. Betty and Veronica never got a single dime from the tooth fairy — all their teeth were left on Little Archie's lawn. You probably think I'm kidding and that no one would actually make girl-punching a central theme in a children's comic. Well, they fucking did...What kind of a monster just ambushes little girls? Even the Red Skull offers his victims an explanation before he begins murdering them. In fact, now that I think about it, Little Archie's punch-first policy might make him the only effective villain in the history of comics."
"Much like in Jade Scorpion, we have a scene where (Woody) Allen and (Tea) Leoni establish their relationship, and it is just as agonizing. I think there is a big difference with how Allen treats his women now as in the past. In the past, Allen was always very self deprecating. He was willing to take as much as he gave out. But here, Allen comes off as a very bitter and cruel old man...Ellie is a nice girl who did an altruistic act and Val is making a complete and utter ass out of himself by yelling at a soft spoken woman in the middle of a crowded restaurant. What an asshole."
"Rape isn't fatal. So imagine my indignation when I saw a chatroom called "'rape Survivors.' Is this supposed to impress me? Someone fucked you when you didn't want to be fucked and you're amazed that you survived? ...Just because you got raped, you have to rape the English language? You vindictive bitch! Also, don't you ever get tired of being the victim?"
—The Amazing Atheist, Scumbag: Musings of a Subhuman (2007)
"I'm beginning to think that women should be denied the vote. Their hormones rage; they are too emotional."
"Because they are the intellectual driving force of humanity, men will be fine... It is written that women ruin everything."
—Theodore Beale aka "Vox Day", The Irrational Atheist
"These harpies need to be humbled. And for their own good. Like the child with absolutely no boundaries and no discipline, they may feel they yearn for no rules, but become absolutely lost without an adult to tell them no! Itís not only morally justifiable to rape such a woman, itís and brave. ...For the good of society these women need to be raped. Here we will teach how to do it safely."
—PhilosophyOfRape, "Corrective Rape" Reddit manifesto
"We live in a completely pussified nation...hell looks like a good place because at least a man is in charge, has a bit of order and lets men spit and scratch as needed."
—Pastor Mark Driscoll, Confessions of a Reformission Rev
"Don't forget that in hell, which is run by a neat and orderly man, some people also have to stand upside down in shit for eternity. Which would probably be fine for Driscoll, because considering his views, he's standing neck-deep in shit all the time already."
—Mark Shrayber, Jezebel
"If you ever hear these two words on Baltimore sports talk, RAY RICE, run. Jump out of your car. Listen to country music if you have to because you do NOT want to expose yourself to that. They all start off their call the same way, 'First of all, I just want to say, it's never OK to hit a woman..." then they justify domestic abuse...I had cancer, four hours of chemo was a walk in the park compared to this never-ending torture."
—Deadspin, "Why Your Team Sucks 2014: Baltimore Ravens"
"I now believe the most dangerous time for a woman with online visibility is the point at which others are seen to be listening, 'following', 'liking', 'favoriting', retweeting. In other words, the point at which her readers have (in the trollís mind) 'drunk the Koolaid'. Apparently, that just canít be allowed. ...You are, they claim, CLEARLY 'a whore'. But not the sex-worker kind, no, you are the Bad Kind of Whore. Actually TWO kinds: an Attention/Fame Whore and an Actual Have Sex In Exchange For Jobs, Good Reviews, Book Deals Whore. I mean, could there be ANY other explanation for your visibility?"
—Kathy Sierra, "Why the Trolls Will Always Win"