Floating Hospital for Children at Tufts Medical Center patients got a huge surprise today when Ghostbusters stars...

Posted by Tufts Medical Center on Saturday, August 1, 2015

You would think that in 2015, an all women remake of a classic film would be welcomed with open arms... but apparently that is not the case.

This past weekend the stars of the new Ghostbusters film took some time from their busy schedule to visit patients at the Floating Hospital for Children at Tufts Medical Center. Tuft's Medical Center posted pictures of the stars online and people immediately started making misogynistic comments.

The comments have been removed but boston.com reported that some men aren’t happy that the Ghostbusters franchise will feature an all-female ghost-hunting team. Men commented that childhoods are ruined simply because women are playing the iconic roles.

Apparently the comments were so bad though, that Tufts was forced to release this message.

Please remember our Facebook policy is that any comments with profanity will be deleted. Thank you.

Posted by Tufts Medical Center on Sunday, August 2, 2015


To all the haters, there will be an all male Ghostbusters remake in the works in the near future reportedly starring Channing Tatum. Why there can't be a co-ed ghost fighting team is beyond me, but either way I know I'll enjoy any Ghostbusters movie I get to see!

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