Is there hate speech?

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TV Show • 2016 Report
Yes
230
No
14
34
creepsarehere
billy's dad calls him a f*ggot. there are also racist implications in his actions; he tries to keep max away from lucas, and no reason is given other than the implication that it's because he's dark-skinned. (props to the brothers for making a realistic central indiana from the 80's, i guess.) not to mention that in the very first episode, the bullies make fun of lucas's race by calling him midnight.
Movie • 2019 Report
Yes
174
No
0
20
lovejaques
Use of homophobic slurs
TV Show • 2021 Report
Yes
159
No
0
37
eggthew
Racist remarks are made towards a Pakistani character
Movie • 2017 Report
Yes
136
No
4
21
manaia.palmer.putt
Gay slurs are used several times throughout the movie, by antagonists.
TV Show • 2019 Report
Yes
131
No
62
29
sleepymars
during season 2, there is infrequent racist and homophobic language being used due to it taking place in the 60s
Movie • 2018 Report
Yes
129
No
43
45
danikaviolet
there is an exchange where a side character refers to something that a disabled character drew as ret*rded.
Movie • 2019 Report
Yes
124
No
1
36
ilsafaust
Some characters have bigoted views against undocumented immigrants
Movie • 1989 Report
Yes
121
No
2
13
Steven S.
A pair of jocks make homophobic remarks against one of the main characters.
TV Show • 2013 Report
Yes
116
No
5
38
griffinrunnels
While the answer is yes, the hate speech portrayed is done so by the antagonist of the episode and he is promptly punched in the face into a hot tub. Likewise, the main characters share their disgust toward that kind of speech. It is there, but it is swiftly punished and denounced.
TV Show • 2017 Report
Yes
110
No
4
5
calebneher065
Use of f****t
TV Show • 2019 Report
Yes
108
No
3
9
Nazetel
YES a lot of homophobia.
Video Game Report
Yes
107
No
1
15
grimdarkpixels
Many human characters use offensive, abusive language towards androids. Comparisons are drawn between this and abuse targeted at real life minorities, most specifically black people.
TV Show • 2019 Report
Yes
103
No
4
TV Show • 2011 Report
Yes
101
No
5
TV Show • 2005 Report
Yes
99
No
7
9
theanonymouswhisperer
Lots of insensitive comments made by Michael Scott. Many slurs are used by Todd Packer. Some characters such as Dwight and Robert California sometimes say sexist things.
Book Report
Yes
98
No
4
22
cutegoblingirl42
Out-of-universe, the slur r****ded is used constantly and unapologetically. In-universe, some characters are subject to repeated fantastic" hate speech based on their social caste.
Movie • 2000 Report
Yes
97
No
1
13
mauraleigha
Homophobic slurs are used.
TV Show • 2005 Report
Yes
93
No
4
7
hyperandrogenism
One early episode is based in a very racist man being killed by a black man, and his ghost runs over black people with his truck. Confederate flags are shown in a few episodes.
TV Show • 2005 Report
Yes
90
No
1
3
hyperandrogenism
Transphobia, racism, and ableism (as far as I remember). A trans man is told by his father that he can't make the decision to have top surgery and that he is actually a girl. There is a police shooting where the police try to justify it. Disabled people are made fun of and insulted by doctors and sometimes the disabled people hear this. Jackson is pro cochlear implants and sees them as necessary and says that not getting a child a cochlear implant is abuse/neglect.
Movie • 2004 Report
Yes
89
No
3
9
charcolor
Some characters are homophobic, and occasionally homophobic slurs are used.
TV Show • 2010 Report
Yes
87
No
2
9
GREATGEO
Merle says derogatory things about gay people and people of colour, including but not limited to racial slurs.
Movie • 2019 Report
Yes
86
No
0
23
JohnnyGuitar
It should be noted that no overt slurs are used, only comically outlandish descriptions of Jews. ("Why don't you have horns?" "I don't grow them until I'm 21.) Still may be triggering.
TV Show • 2014 Report
Yes
86
No
4
8
hyperjenb
In S1E8 a group of protestors are shown with homophobic signs. There's also misogynistic comments in episodes like S2E7 and S4E5. S4E2 mentions Nazis and a character blames Jewish people for WW2. Beatrice sometimes makes outdated comments about gay people and immigrants. S4E5 also has a minor character make racist comments while hitting on Diane. A character in S5E4 makes comments about many different groups (Jewish people, Swedish people, women, etc) but not very graphic and it is exaggerated to being cartoonish. S5E6 has BoJack's dad use homophobic language including the word "q*eer" in a derogatory context.
Movie • 2018 Report
Yes
86
No
1
12
grimdarkpixels
Two bullies target Ethan, a gay kid who's out of the closet, and later Simon, with homophobic behavior.
TV Show • 2013 Report
Yes
84
No
1
3
emmerson
There's lots. General warnings for the use of slurs. Also in the last season a guard says something transphobic. :( Brace yourself trans family!
Anime • 2018 Report
Yes
81
No
1
3
Zuzuarson
you hear the F slur in the first episode. not said again from my memory but there is also a killing of a black man that looks like a lynching. this was done to get a rise out of one of the black characters but this could be triggering
Movie • 1980 Report
Yes
80
No
0
17
Anomalydoll
The n word is used a few times by white characters to refer negatively to a black character.
TV Show • 2021 Report
Yes
77
No
0
14
Episode 6: The sheriff describes anti-Muslim behavior in his last precinct. He is also held to the ground and demeaned in the church near the end of the episode. There is less overt Islamophobia, but a clear undercurrent throughout the series. Episode 7: The sheriff is shot and specifically called a terrorist, and told he has “dirty blood”.
TV Show • 2022 Report
Yes
70
No
0
13
elliesium
This intends to have realistic villains to the time period in the first episode, so the British do in fact engage in heavy racism. While this show is stylized, it doesn't pull punches.
Video Game • 2017 Report
Yes
70
No
18
17
tial
“T**d” (a slang shortening of R****d) is used twice, both by Miu, and one instance is used to directly describe Gonta, who’s autistic coded, although he doesn’t react to either of these instances. In chapter 4, Gonta is manipulated into killing someone by Kokichi and after his execution, Gonta’s death, gullibility and Naivity is mocked by Kokichi, specifically to antagonise the other characters, simply for the sake of Kokichi’s self-satisfaction.