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Has anyone noticed that movies/shows seem to all star aggressive/masculine women nowadays?

March 23, 2019

Hello wise hive!

Has anyone noticed a trend of masculine and aggressive women in movies and popular culture?

I saw captain marvel last night with my husband and afterwards we discussed it and he noted that the female lead character was a backchatting and violent woman eg. had a snappy answer for everything and kept punching men in the face. When I thought about other things we’ve watched recently in Netflix or otherwise, there seems to be this common theme. They are also showing a lot of women having affairs, being violent towards men (eg. slapping or punching them), calling all the shots and the male character bumbling along behind them trying to keep up. I find the male characters a total turn off and the women I just don’t identify with at all, which makes me wonder if I’m too old fashioned and boring?

Anyone else noticed this? Any other examples?


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Title Has anyone noticed that movies/shows seem to all star aggressive/masculine women nowadays?
Author aussiedollface2
Upvotes 273
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Date March 23, 2019 12:58 AM UTC (4 years ago)
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[–]Suck-Less82 points83 points  (5 children) | Copy Link

And almost every TV commercial shows a stupid helpless man, needing to be saved by a woman, or he is an evil criminal. I can’t imagine the kind of self image this instills in young boys growing up on this garbage.

[–]aussiedollface2[S] 23 points24 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Thanks for the comment. They really do! Always showing some harmless well-meaning but bumbling and clumsy man. It’s embarassing. Or some evil deviant who needs to be crushed. I agree it’s so worrying for young boys growing up xo

[–][deleted] 16 points17 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

I hate these!!! Who writes this disgusting SJW stuff? I don’t want to be in a partnership with a bumbling fool and mother him...!

[–]leftajar1 Star12 points13 points  (2 children) | Copy Link

The only men who the media allows to be alpha towards women are the villains. But they're malevolent, abusive alphas -- we aren't allowed to see benevolent, dominant men.

Once you notice that, you'll start seeing it everywhere.

[–][deleted] 5 points6 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

I secretly root for the villains for that reason.

[–]Nenneth0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy Link

I've noticed when my little brother was smaller that all his drawings were about malevolence beating down on benevolence. wonder why :thinking emoji:

[–]learningtomom30 points31 points  (4 children) | Copy Link

The worst is how mean/rude/condescending the women are to men. I see this pattern in a lot of commercials - the man tries to do something and then woman swoops in efficiently to do it and then laugh at/make fun of the man.

Equally bad is the lack of romance in TV and movies these fats. I miss the early days of grey’s anatomy, for instance, with characters who were ambitious in career and searching for love seriously. Now, great love is in the background with more of a focus on hooking up & characters having mental health issues, etc.

I’ve been watching Working Moms on Netflix, and there are humorous parts, but I had to take a break since every female character belittles their husband about implausibly silly actions or the women consistently put themselves first and break promises to the guys and the guys don’t really mind.

Some of hear examples would be bad in any relationship (not just romantic ones), so I have no idea what the writers are thinking. Also, I can’t believe how much romance and ambition in characters of tv shows and movies was emphasized in 1980s-2010 and how much the focus is now on celebrating weakness/insecurity or even abnormality. Bring back ambition & the pursuit of romance! (Sorry for redundancy.)

[–]aussiedollface2[S] 10 points11 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Thanks so much for your comment, I really resonate with what you’ve said. Tv adverts annoy me too, like men have become a joke of sorts. So emasculating for them! Also great points about the shift in focus from romance and personal ambitions, to the celebration of mental illness/instability/chaos and promiscuity. I watched You on Netflix as I heard it was popular and I couldn’t believe the main female character!!! Why are these people the new idols! xo

[–]clemangerine5 points6 points  (2 children) | Copy Link

You're so right about the lack of romance in these forms of entertainment. I'm sad for American women because it's what we want but not really there. You see the demand with romance books, romance writers are the only type of authors who consistently earn the highest. But where to turn to for a movie or TV show? Sitcoms and romcoms are not satisfying for me. I personally turned to Turkish soap operas. Highly recommend.

[–]SoFetchBetch2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

There was recently a talk on NPR by a group of female directors and film makers & critics about romance in film. There was actually a serious drought during the early 2000’s when American Pie and the like came out because of the huge surge in bro culture. We are only now beginning to reassess romantic films as a viable genre worthy of respect because its previous label as “just a girly genre” is finally being discarded precisely because of the shift in perspective we see in films and TV now. More diversity in the narratives of stories and in the story tellers themselves will yield entertainment that celebrates all the multifaceted dimensions of the human experience and I for one greatly look forward to hearing from other perspectives and learning about what it means to feel human from someone else’s shoes.

[–]learningtomom1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Oh wow, I wouldn’t have thought of that source! Mr. L and I used to enjoy watching tv show together (albeit not romances, ha!), and now there aren’t any of true interest for us anymore, which is also a bummer. All the other traditional themes seem to be gone from tv & movies, too (ambition, struggle for power, tired of passage, healthy father/son or other kinds of relationships, etc.)

[–][deleted] 73 points74 points  (9 children) | Copy Link

I have. GoT is also full of strong women. Some of them sure make great role models, but...

I spent a decade or so trying to play this "just as strong as men" game. Military, hard core STEM field, rough working places. It was, to be honest, exhausting, but I received so much praise! How I miss it as a SAHM - bringing up my profession in conversation, the "WOW" reaction... And all it was based on was the idea that I had broken the gender roles.

But it has been a relief to let go. To decide that I can rest in my femininity instead of hopelessly striving to be just like the men.

It is a horrible, uselessly stressfull, fruitless struggle that this kind of role models place on young girls. They combine perfect femininity and effortless masculine strenght in a way that is utterly unrealistic, even more unrealistic than the male heros for young men. Or traditional feminine heroines for young women. I don't like this development at all.

[–]MissNietzsche30 points31 points  (3 children) | Copy Link

Yep..I didn't do it to your extreme, but I definitely spent all of my childhood/teens thinking that it was masculine feats that would bring me happiness. And while I do have certain masculine tendencies, primarily just in terms of thought processes, I was purposely stepping way beyond my own proclivities. I was doing it because it was expected of me.

It wasn't until I found TRP at 18 when I actually discovered happiness for myself. I think my [beta/feminist] father still gets a bit sad over the fact that I see my purpose in life as catering to my captain and focusing on our children instead of being some doctor or whatever, but I don't care. I'm doing what I genuinely love. Instead of projecting by trying to instill masculine ideals on his eldest daughter, he should have taken it upon himself to manifest those masculine ideals himself.

Modern society does not appreciate femininity, and to me, they should be labeled the anti-feminists tbh

[–]aussiedollface2[S] 9 points10 points  (1 child) | Copy Link

Thanks for your reply, such interesting points. I really agree that we were told by society etc that acting like men would make us happy, but I don’t think it’s true. Also I’m sure your dad just wants the best for you, and he probably thought that would be via an ideology similar to his own. If you don’t mind me asking, was your mother the stronger one in their relationship? Perhaps they had yin and yang in their own way which worked for them. My parents are painfully traditional in their gender roles which is good because my mum gives me truth bombs when I start feeling too “modern” or having feminist tendencies about things lol xo

[–]MissNietzsche5 points6 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Yep, my mother was the stronger one. Their marriage was dysfunctional, and now they are finally divorcing.

You are very fortunate to have traditional parents. Consider that a blessing.

[–]brabg0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy Link

they should be labeled the anti-feminists

That's exactly the problem. They are anti feminine. They despise female needs and female nature.

A lot of modern feminist ideology was created by books written by lesbian women.

[–]ironsoul9911 points12 points  (1 child) | Copy Link

I’m a young woman and I feel similarly. I grew up as an only child so to bond with my dad he taught me how to do masculine things like drive stick, work on cars, fix the house etc. I’m also a competitive weightlifter. Still, I never turned into a tomboy or lost touch with my feminine side. I think it’s unfair to girls to only depict girly girls as vapid and arrogant, and to depict tomboys as strong and superior. It shows them there are only two types of women they can become, which is super duper wrong. I consider the “masculine” things I do to coexist with my feminine nature. I dissect organs and wear lipstick. I break sport records and make dinner. I drive stick and need my man.

[–]raisin_warlord2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

I drive stick and need my man.

Stealing this :D

[–]thinandmint[🍰] 5 points6 points  (1 child) | Copy Link

Also all these strong women in media somehow have time to achieve perfect skin, body, hair, natural makeup, etc effortlessly while also being able to be a superhero or whatever. It's unrealistic and makes girls feel not good enough in any aspect.

Speaking of GoT I think Margaery was a great example of the power of femininity though. [spoilers ahead] She was able to assert control over someone as vile as Joeffery by building him up and making him feel good, something that Cersei ("strong woman") was never able to do. She won public approval by exhibiting kindness and gentleness, reaching out to the poor, being beautiful, etc. It's sad that they killed her off and only kept those outwardly "strong" female characters.

[–][deleted] 4 points5 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Oh yeah, Margaery makes a great role model, as does her grandmother. And Dany! Think of her marriage, how it started, and how she was able to turn it around!

[–]aussiedollface2[S] 3 points4 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Thanks for sharing your story. Love what you say about combining perfect feminity and effortless and masculinity, and how that’s totally unrealistic. Nobody can be everything. I can totally see that society would give you so much praise and “you go girl” for having your experience, but it’s great that you’ve found some balance and peace in living as a SAHM. xo

[–]vanBeethovenLudwigEndorsed Contributor18 points19 points  (6 children) | Copy Link

Maybe we should have a thread of movies that star suitable RPW female role models?

[–]rudziczka11 points12 points  (4 children) | Copy Link

I watched the British TV show "Call the Midwife"... The female characters are strong, they are nurses and midwives, they help people... But they are so feminine. I loved it. And the men are traditional as well.

[–]aftqueen2 points3 points  (3 children) | Copy Link

Sheilagh and Dr Turner have such a beautiful and respectful relationship! I love watching it.

[–]rudziczka2 points3 points  (1 child) | Copy Link

I also liked and Chummy and Noakes... Chummy doesn't look too feminine, but she is still behaving like a lady :)

[–]aftqueen2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

She tries so hard to be dainty and ladylike though. Have to respect the effort!

[–]GlamGemini2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

I ❤️ call the midwife. Dr turner and sheliagh have a lovely relationship. Sheilagh is lovely, so supportive and respectful of dr Turner.

I love how feminine the women are and the men are masculine.

[–]aussiedollface2[S] 8 points9 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

That’s a great idea! I would love some ideas of things to watch. Everything recently just seems to follow the same feminist script xo

[–]sekif14 points15 points  (1 child) | Copy Link

It's just lazy writing imo- portraying traditionally masculine traits as strength.

[–]aussiedollface2[S] 8 points9 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

I agree, women have their own strengths and these should be celebrated. xo

[–]plein_old47 points48 points  (2 children) | Copy Link

I saw "Alita: Battle Angel" recently.

Sure, it's about a female warrior. BUT she also loves puppies, chocolate, and cute boys. Her idea of love is to give herself completely to the boy she likes, to trust him and do anything to help him achieve his goals. She follows his lead and never argues with him.

Of course it's based on a story written by Japanese writers decades ago. haha.

Captain Marvel was kinda bad. Apparently some theaters, starting on day one, had exactly 30 empty seats that were paid for at every showing. Which suggests that the people who made the movie knew it was awful before it was even released. Or at least believed it would not live up to its hype without "help".

[–]aussiedollface2[S] 10 points11 points  (1 child) | Copy Link

Sounds amazing, I’m going to look into Alita! I just feel like I don’t identify with really any of the women I’ve seen on Netflix or the movies recently. Captain marvel, gender aside, was just plain rude to other characters. It made me cringe. I’m not surpired what you’re saying about it not doing well, what demographic are they going for!? My husband was really disappointed in Samuel Jackson because he said acted like a “pussy” the whole movie, and usually he’s a “total badass” in hubbys words lol xo

[–]plein_old9 points10 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Alita is definitely a movie about a woman who is more powerful than the men around her. And who sort of provides a leadership role for men. So in that sense it's a kind of gender role-reversal, some might say.

But in other ways her character was surprisingly innocent and kind and sweet and trusting and subservient. I found it almost shocking.

The only part of the movie that made me cringe was when a man talks about his wife leaving him and he says it with a goofy laugh, as if he thinks it's funny that he's a loser and can't keep the respect of a woman. Not only did that moment make me cringe, it didn't really fit with the rest of his character.

Perhaps some of the aspects of the movie that I liked come from 1990s Japan, where I guess the story was originally written, and perhaps some of the aspects I didn't like come from present-day Hollywood. Just guessing.

[–]boom-boom-betty57 points58 points  (6 children) | Copy Link

They like to call their aggression “Girl Power”.

[–]WhisperTRP Founder35 points36 points  (4 children) | Copy Link

Having rejected femininity as powerful, effective, valuable, or worthy of respect, they crave masculinity.

[–]aussiedollface2[S] 10 points11 points  (3 children) | Copy Link

Thanks for your considered reply! I agree, and its really sad. I feel like things have changed really quickly in the past 5-8 years or so, and not for the better xo

[–]impirepro069 points10 points  (2 children) | Copy Link

People haven’t changed but yes things have changed. Internet has provided more people with a voice. The majority of people that voice their opinions are people who feel oppressed. Key word “Feel”.

So when the majority of social media is filled with the cries and complaints of a small few then it feels as though everyone is starting to think this way. But the reality is the majority doesn’t feel this way. People don’t want to be seen as mean or hateful so they cater to these complainers. But what we are finding out now is that the things they complain about are irrational, selfish, and basically just a strong reaction to their own insecurities. When you’re self esteem is so low then you blame other people for how you feel because your ego can’t handle the fact that your problems are your fault.

[–]PIQAS3 points4 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

wow and wow!!! great solid points, this is truth!

[–]aussiedollface2[S] 2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Such an insightful and intelligent post. Thanks so much for sharing. xo

[–]aussiedollface2[S] 15 points16 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Thanks for the comment! So true. I’m a 90s kid and Girl Power back then just meant girls studying science/maths, being sporty, or not feeling too shy to just “have a go” at things. Now apparently it’s punching men in the face, belittling them and cheating on them!!! Gross. xo

[–]zen_music9 points10 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

There is a plan for all women who would subscribe to /r/RedPillWomen to vanish from the Earth, lost among the aggressive promotion of "Girl Power", as someone else named it.

I wish I could un-see this, but I can't. I think these artificial trends will have to explode from their own deficiencies. It may take a long time. This is but one prong of a concerted attack on real health-giving values.

There is profit in dividing others.

[–]ironsoul997 points8 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Lazy writing of women is to blame. It’s a very simple character to create, it’s hard to write women who are complex in film. There’s a great video on YouTube about writing good female characters I personally liked Captain Marvel, the character grew on me but I definitely noticed what you are saying.

[–]leftajar 1 points [recovered]  (7 children) | Copy Link

The people who control the media are trying to destroy traditional gender roles.

[–]marlybarrow 1 points [recovered]  (6 children) | Copy Link


Jews want a division between men and women, enabling them and the elite to use gender conflict as a tool for distraction. If most women are pissed off at men for being sexist, incompetent pigs, and most men are thinking of going MGTOW cos women are perceived to be superficial, overweight sluts then the working class and middle class won't ask questions about corporate taxes, military invasions, corporate influence in politics, why local police forces are receiving military hardware, why China is able to fund state of the art infrastructure but the US' is falling apart, what will happen when automation and AI kick in etc.

[–]Pizza-n-Lice 1 points [recovered]  (2 children) | Copy Link

TV and porn are both used to cause a division between men and women. When porn came out, 2nd wave Jewish feminists began writing how porn shows men's true feelings of women and that they truly hate them. But saying anything against porn anywhere on this site causes outrage... Divide the people and make them all more unhappy, get everyone hooked on pharmaceuticals that make them good obedient zombies and have them all fight among themselves. No need to form relationships, get a sex doll! It is the perfect replacement for human connection. Go to work and then sit in front of your tv and live vicariously through the experiences of the actor in the show. They have pretty break plans for us.

[–]marlybarrow 1 points [recovered]  (1 child) | Copy Link

just looked at your history, you'll be one of those that defends porn

nope. As a rule, I don't bring in users post history into public debates, you should consider adopting that rule.

[–]fosho_away 1 points [recovered]  (2 children) | Copy Link

Wait I’m Jewish and have seen like 5 vaguely antisemitic comments on RPW now. Is this a thing???

[–]shota_shyzawa 1 points [recovered]  (1 child) | Copy Link

I've been lurking a while, and I've only seen these comments recently. I don't agree with everything on here, and I've enjoyed the generally accepting nature of the discussions up to this point. I'm not sure why politics and conspiracy theories are cropping up now.

[–]Rubenchick10 points11 points  (1 child) | Copy Link

I agree. It’s past time to show women being women. Sure we are strong but we are soft, caring, loving, giving, just simply feminine. Those are the qualities that little girls should strive toward and what little boys are taught women should be. We aren’t equal to men in so many ways and they aren’t equal to us either. It’s time for women to stand up and share this message.

[–]aussiedollface2[S] 1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

I completely agree with you. Differences are to be celebrated, not steamrolled over in an attempt to try emulate men. The qualities you mention are so important xo

[–]not_really_neutral2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Life imitates art...

[–]fairydust918 points9 points  (2 children) | Copy Link

Well I mean, you went to a superhero movie. If they remade Little House on the Prairie and Laura was super aggressive then I'd get your point. But shes meant to be a superhero. That's literally the whole point.

[–]aussiedollface2[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy Link

It was used as an example for the greater message of what I wrote. But I see your point! xo

[–]playful_myth0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy Link

Exactly, she's supposed to be powerful.

[–]organicsunshine6 points7 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

If you want to see how bad the messaging to young women is, go to a kids clothing store and read the tshirts. The LIE is profitable.

[–]iPixieDust2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

I have noticed this reoccurring theme too! Almost every female lead is the same nowadays. Men are portrayed as incompetent and to be saved by the women. It’s honestly becoming very predictable and boring.

[–]raisin_warlord2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

...I just don’t identify with at all, which makes me wonder if I’m too old fashioned and boring?

That's just you. I see a lot of myself in Ms Marvel pre-RPW

[–]ZegiknieEndorsed Contributor3 points4 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Try historical fiction :-) And if there is a book, read it instead! Often much nicer/more nuanced.

Though I have to admit I enjoy some of it. It is entertaining, if not inspiring. I also like the "Dear future husband" song :-p It's just so cheery and funny.

[–]Zegy2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Making an adaptation from comics to the "big screen" is hard. I mean wonder woman was done really well case in point. Diana was confused a lot in the comics and it showed in the movies. She didn't really have any real interactions with the outside world or men and they did a great job and conveying that. I don't believe Brie Larson was the best person for this role however just my opinion. I think if they had did the character a little more like Wonder Woman it would had been better.

I see what you are saying and it seems someone in Hollywood thinks that making a strong woman is to make that woman more like a man That couldn't be more further from the truth. Some of the greatest woman in cinemas Ripley from Aliens, she had emotion, she was also bad ass, and had motherly characteristics as well. I feel they like to pitch this I don't need a man vibe. Aliens did the opposite Ripley relied on everyone she knew she needed her crew to survive. It wasn't this i'm a strong woman who doesn't need anyone I'll kill the alien myself which wouldn't not have happened

D;l If they had made Captain Marvel like Wonder Woman's personality it would have been great. Someone in Hollywood thinks that making a strong woman is to make that woman more like a man , which couldn't be further from the truth. Brie Larson was the wrong person for this role in my opinion regardless of the strip. She gives off an i'm tougher then you vibe I don't need one. Strong Independent woman Hollywood seem to be creating this days. D;R

[–]lord-denning2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

This is not by accident. Hollywood is hoping young women will model this behaviour, either because they think it will empower young women and make them happy, or they know that it won’t and they want to push the idea anyways.

Either way, Hollywood is succeeding.

[–]padpump1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Yepp. This trend has been going on for a while. Mostly underhandedly. But lately it’s so extreme. That even you guys seem to notice.

In the “olden” days it was a woman’s prerogative to change her mind. Aka. break promises, Plus I have grown up with constant “backhanded” social commentary on how men are useless at house chores. There was even a recent post here where the wife said she would not want to eat from a plate her husband cleaned.

What’s different now is that on top of the men are bad at being women theme there’s the women are smarter anyway, just yield theme.

And that’s what’s turning you off. No challenge there. I get it.

Love is the answer.

[–]International_Aioli1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

I notice a lot of "boy man" characters. It's usually 30-something year old guys who somehow don't know how to do anything, can't move the relationship along, are sort of mean to women, and are still playing beer pong and eating ramen/living in filth. Then the woman love interest is a super loud mouth fat chick, but wants to be seen as cutesy and dresses like a 5 year old, but she is also constantly nagging and trying to manipulate the boy man into being an actual man by any means necessary including lying and sneaking around. Then she forces him to commit as he drags his feet and she orchestrates the whole thing and then eventually they have a kid, he cheats or loses interest, but eventually they get back together, etc.

It's so depressing, because you can tell the writers think they've written a romantic love story instead of a really sad settling for not being alone story.

[–]golgynat0r1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Yes, massive influx of aggressive woman and that has also transitioned into games as well.

[–]Cframe120 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy Link

Watch Pearl Harbor!

[–][deleted] 0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy Link

New toy story trailer appears to be that as well. Let’s turn Bo Peep, a capable character in her own right, into some karate master. Women can be strong without being men

[–]LateralThinker133 Stars0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy Link

It's not just you. Blue-pill feminized bastardizations in media are widespread.

Ghostbusters reboot. Oceans 8. Captain Marvel.

G-D Rey and Star Wars 7 & 8.

God save me from unrealistic female-empowerment you-go-girl Strong Independent Woman movies. They're so boring. I am sick to death of Mary Sue characters.

Marvel has become incredibly "woke" in their print and movie collections recently. You can thank Disney's ownership for that, and Star Wars' trend towards oblivion as well.

[–]playful_myth0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy Link

I actually liked Captain Marvel, she was tough but had a kind heart. I'm surprised people are calling her aggressive, she punched male and female aliens because they're the villains. That's the point, defeating evil.

[–][deleted] 0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy Link

Those women who act like a man should be treated like one. They're not girlfriend or wife material anyways.

[–]etucker5460 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy Link

Social Engineering by the elites like Disney. Captain Marvel Avengers: End Game etc. This will not stop until something catastrophic happens with the economy.

[–]mandoa_sky-4 points-3 points  (1 child) | Copy Link

you might like Jupiter Ascending. She's less of those things.

honestly Ms Marvel is just your classic superhero trope. so if you don't like it, you should probably avoid movies with female superheroes.

[–]MoDuReddit0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy Link

Those are both bad movies. And Jupiter is almost as unlikeable as Ms Marvel.

[–]fripsidelover9110-1 points0 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Has anyone noticed a trend of masculine and aggressive women in movies and popular culture?

Why not? It's not a news any longer.

Modern day western feminists seem to suffer from inferiority complex and penis envy, so they try very hard to prove that women can do whatever they believe/perceive to be masculine (including even something just assholish, and vulgar).

It's pitiful.

You can kill a man, but you can't kill an idea.

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