NOTE: I’m not writing this to condemn people who like these shows/films. I just want to help people like me to avoid things made by people who hate us. This is not a comprehensive list; if anyone has more examples, tell me and I’ll add them.
Gravity Falls: The episode ‘Soos and the Real Girl’ portrays fictosexuals as “fat idiot losers” and their fictional partners as “violent and evil”. Alex Hirsch has also treated dakimakuras as a joke on at least one occasion.
‘Lars and the Real Girl’: Fictosexuality is portrayed as a “mental illness”, which Lars “overcomes” at the end. His fictional partner is abandoned and dumped into a lake, IIRC.
Archer: The fictosexual is portrayed as a loser, a perv, and a literal Nazi (tying into the inexplicable belief that fictosexuals/waifuists are “bigots”). His fictional partner’s physical form (a hologram machine) is constantly getting destroyed as a “joke”.
ALL ANIME INVOLVING OTAKU: These all make fun of fictosexuals, even the really old ones like ‘Otaku No Video’.
Cherry 2000: A guy’s robot partner gets damaged and he tries to repair her. He eventually abandons her for a “real” woman. The film ends with the robot being repaired and KEPT AROUND AS A SLAVE! What the hell?
Most 60s stand-up comedians: Most of them inexplicably believed that being a fict meant being attracted to “inanimate objects”, usually a shoe.
Hercules The Animated Series: One episode features an insulting take on the Pygmalion story. It’s basically a proto-’Soos and the Real Girl’. Ironically, this episode is what made me realize that I was a fictosexual at the age of 6 or 7. Probably not what Disney intended.
Flapjack: The character ‘Peppermint Larry’ is married to a sentient doll made of candy. The other characters constantly mock him and try to kill and eat his wife. Unsurprisingly, Alex Hirsch worked on this show.
Chowder: Schnitzel falls in love with a robot in one episode. This is portrayed as a “bad thing”. Schnitzel, by the way, is a mute lummox dog-monster, possibly tying into the idea of waifuists as “less than human”.
Lunn Flies Into The Wind: This film by Osamu Tezuka portrays fictosexuality as “childish” and a “mental illness”. The main character eventually has his fictional partner (a poster of a girl) destroyed and “replaced” with a “real woman”.
Cool World: Portrays fictosexuality as literally “a threat to the universe”, tying into the canard that ficts will “cause humanity to die out” by not having 3D children.
Digimon: One series (I can’t remember which one) portrays fictosexual relationships as “not real” (A human character mentions his girlfriend; the cat-looking Digimon asks if she’s a “real person”). Probably safer to just avoid ALL Digimon series, sorry to say.
Doug Walker (The Nostalgia Critic): Doug clearly considers ficts to be “perverted and unnatural”, as evidenced by his reviews of ‘Cool World’ and ‘Gravity Falls’. Most of the other reviewers on his site seems to be fairly fict-positive, however (Although none of them are open ficts, to my knowledge).
TV Tropes: Refers to fictosexuality as “Perverse Sexual Lust”.
We Hate Movies: This podcast claims that fictosexuality is “gross” and constantly praises ‘Lars and the Real Girl’.
Laser Time: Claims in one episode that ficts should “stay away from children”. Unsurprisingly, one of the hosts also writes for the fascist “comedy” website ‘Something Awful’.
Gigguk: This Youtuber once made a video titled “Your Waifu Doesn’t Love You”. The video claims at one point that ficts are “child molesters”.
Barenaked Ladies: In their song ‘One Week’, they deem fictosexual thoughts “the wrong thing”.
Vice And Luna: One installment of this comic portrays ficts as having no commitment to their fictional partner, replacing them once their physical form (a dakimakura) wears out. This comic run on Anime News Network.
Rocko’s Modern Life: The episode ‘Canned’ claims that fictosexuality is “stupid”.
NOTE: If you have anymore examples of anti-fict hate speech in the media, send them to me and I’ll add them to this list.