|“||You symbolize the hope that women will one day win an argument with their husbands, that they won't be catcalled when they walk down the streets, that their bosses won't talk about their tits anymore, that they'll make just as much money as men make, that the FIGHT is WINNABLE! But when I kill you, they'll see that there is no hope. Women can't lead. Women can't win! They will always be outsmarted and outmuscled! They need to finally understand that what they can and should do is SHUT-UP, KNOW THEIR PLACE, AND MAKE ME A GODDAMN SANDWICH!||„|
|~ Kai Anderson to Ally Mayfair-Richards|
Although associated mainly with males, it is possible for females to be misogynists as well (i.e.: Giffany, Myranda, Ebola-chan, the Sorceress, the Abyssal Fleet, Femme Fatale, Ruth Chandler, Margaret White, Herobrine's Mother).
It is also possible for a villain to be both a misogynist and a misandrist (i.e.: John Herbert Silverbird, Femme Fatale, Ruth Chandler). However, hating both men/boys and women/girls doesn't necessarily make them a misanthrope.