Attention ‘angry male Ghostbusters fans’ …
— New York Daily News (@NYDailyNews) July 12, 2016
Only feminists could ruin an epic and quite frankly cherished movie in American pop culture like Ghostbusters.
— ScottInSC (@ScottInSC) July 12, 2016
— Tar&Feathers (@LeeNicholson11) July 12, 2016
1984. Just sayin’.
Forget that even some of those mean ol’ men like the movie …
@NYDailyNews Errr … there are a lot of blokes who like the new movie too, you know. Just sayin'…
— Stuart O'Connor (@ScreenjabberStu) July 12, 2016
— Brian (@brianwest256) July 12, 2016
Ghostbusters girl power!
@NYDailyNews that just shows the old one is more inclusive, since it was (and still is) for everyone… 😉
— Carlos Costa #6613 (@Mislu_Kravin) July 12, 2016
Inclusive!? Stop oppressing women with your inclusion and stuff.
— .avi fisk (@avi_fisk) July 12, 2016
Shocker. Women don’t like it either.
@NYDailyNews "Us ladies" cuz of course, they speak for all females lololol
— Dominic Makai (@MakaiXanatos) July 12, 2016
Common sense for the win …
Dear Angry Feminists,
We don't hate Ghostbusters because of women. Don't tamper with classics. We'd hate a rebooted Caddyshack. Silly girls.
— Michael Frisbie (@PastorFrisbie) July 12, 2016
Silly girls! TRIGGERED!
I'm happy that many young girls will now grow up wanting to be #Ghostbusters. It's as valid a career path as Gender Studies.
— Godfrey Elfwick (@GodfreyElfwick) July 12, 2016
Luckily in the grand scheme of things, feminists will endure and find a silver lining …
Ok, not really.