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I didn't see anything specific, but there were hints in the Thor movie about misogyny being present in Asgard, like Sif being the only warrior woman we see, and Thor mentioning that "no one believed she could do it". I think it's possible that Loki might hate women for being all up in his golden brother, as I imagine they were. And it might not even be entirely out of character, since Loki is a iteral trickster god of chaos and routinely changes his overall attitude and demeanor on a dime.

Be that as it may, I now think that line was totally sexist and unnecessary, as well as discordant in tone with the rest of the movie. Especially since Loki seems far too urbane and intelligent to resort to, as one commenter put it, "fratboy insults". Joss's comments just cement that claim.
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