Over the past few years I have run across a few college students. Some of them are really into labeling other people as haters. In fact, they hate haters so much that they become hater-haters. Let us examine the situation in more detail.
It would seem that many are taught in college about the concept of a person being a hater. It is as if it a character trait; that is, that people are born/just have it. The only thing left to do is add something to hate. Naturally enough, this is a simple model. I rather like simple models, but they need to be effective. If they are not, you are more complex mode. Which is the case here. It does seem odd that the group who likes to promote nuanced understanding does see how their model breaks down so easily.
The obvious question would be: How did this person being labeled as a hater come to the beliefs that these people find so objectionable? Maybe he has a legitimate grievance. When one labels one a hater, it short-circuits any attempt to find the truth. For Universities to encourage such non-sense (even tacitly) is a disgrace. They are supposed to be the place of critical thinking and examining all perspectives.
My experience is that there are more female hater-haters than male. Often, the fellas just want to get their degree and go. So, if you ever run across a female hater-heater, walk the other way if you can. No good can come from it, for unless you are lock-step with them, you will eventually be labeled as a hater.
Exit Question — What happens to these people later in life?