So I forgot to to mention it at the time, and if I go back and put it in a comment it will just get buried under all the Google tomfoolery, so I will just take a moment to note here that my favorite part of Gingerbread was that our first mention -- as far as I can tell -- of the Patriarchy in the Very Feminist Show Buffy the Vampire Slayer was a comment about Mr. Rodgers from an ivory-tower, abusively-disconnected, psychologist mother who is ignoring her daughter. (Right before stringing her up and setting her on fire.)
Willow: Mom, how would you know what I can do? I mean, the last time we had a conversation over three minutes, it was about the patriarchal bias of the Mr. Rogers Show.
Sheila: Well, (makes finger quotes) with King Friday lording it over all the lesser puppets...
Haha, that is really awesome! People have been telling me for years that Joss Whedon television franchises speak the feminist lingo, and they were totally right! And it was very clever and subversive and original to put that lingo (or "lingo", with the finger quotes, as you kids like to call it) in the mouth of an obviously villainous mother who has utterly failed to have any kind of connection with her children! Great! Wheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!
As an open thread prompt: What shows can you think of where feminist language has been used by unsympathetic characters and/or sympathetic characters have explicitly disavowed being feminists?