Every time someone mentions a female reboot of something, men will always find the need to lose their temper over the issue. Remember when they remade ‘Ghostbusters’ with a remake character, and men claimed that it ruined their childhood good times?

It’s evident that men are clearly triggered by an opinion or an idea suggesting a woman can do better than a man, or if she takes a role or a place that a man once occupied.

Men claiming women characters in their favorite iconic films would ruin their childhoods is so absurd. It’s impossible. How can it ruin something which is already over?

And if you suggest that men and women are equally valuable, even if you’re only joking, it’ll make many men very uncomfortable.

Let’s look at a good example, when writer Geraldine DeRuite took to Twitter suggesting that The Joker from Batman should have been a woman, joking about the classic misogyny, men missed the humor in it. Instead, they lost their sh*t with discrediting comments.

This writer took to Twitter to suggest an alternate plot for a female The Joker from ‘Batman’

And men proceeded to lose their collective minds

Geraldine was unphased and continued to taunt her haters

So more upset men filled her thread with comments

The back and forth between the OP and commenters went on

And even developed into a deeper discussion beyond comic book characters

One man joined the discussion to point out that her ‘outrageous’ idea had, in fact, already been done in the Flashpoint comics