History FoeYay / Literature

21st Nov '17 12:39:39 PM WaterBlap
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** Hermione/Bellatrix shippers would often do a non-canonical reinterpretation of the knife scene in book 7, often with RapeIsLove, StockholmSyndrome and RomanticizedAbuse.

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** Hermione/Bellatrix shippers would often do a non-canonical reinterpretation of the knife scene in book 7, often with RapeIsLove, StockholmSyndrome and RomanticizedAbuse.
27th Oct '17 4:24:02 AM jormis29
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* The Creator/VCAndrews miniseries have this as part of the formula. Every miniseries, two of the girls will barely be able to stand each other, be complete opposites, snap sarcastically at each other, and have ridiculous amounts sexual tension. Crystal and Raven in ''Literature/{{Orphans}}'', Jade and Star in ''The Wildflowers'', Teal and Robin in ''Broken Wings''. It's hard to distinguish between this and straight HoYay...

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* The Creator/VCAndrews miniseries have this as part of the formula. Every miniseries, two of the girls will barely be able to stand each other, be complete opposites, snap sarcastically at each other, and have ridiculous amounts sexual tension. Crystal and Raven in ''Literature/{{Orphans}}'', Jade and Star in ''The Wildflowers'', ''Literature/TheWildflowers'', Teal and Robin in ''Broken Wings''. It's hard to distinguish between this and straight HoYay...
11th Oct '17 11:37:35 PM emmaliza
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** Cersei Lannister propositions Ned Stark as a means of resolving their political differences in the first book. As Cersei is TheVamp, this is to be expected. Ned refuses, and so [[spoiler:Cersei frames him for treason, resulting in his death.]]
** Later, Jaime Lannister (Cersei's twin and incestuous lover) ostensibly propositions Catelyn Stark (Ned's [[spoiler:widow]]), although given he's an example of SingleTargetSexuality for Cersei, really he's just trolling her. Although later when he reflects on how he was once meant to be betrothed to Catelyn's sister Lysa, he mentions how he found Cat more interesting.
-->'''Catelyn:''' A man chained in hand and foot should keep a more courteous tongue in his mouth. I did not come here to be threatened.
-->'''Jaime:''' No? Then surely it was to have your pleasure of me? They say [[spoiler:widows grow weary of their empty beds]]. We of the Kingsguard vow never to wed, but I suppose I could still service you if that's what you need. Pour us some of that wine and slip out of that gown and we'll see if I'm still up to it.
** Jaime and Brienne's growing BelligerentSexualTension starts at this, before Jaime's HeelFaceTurn.
** Cersei and Tyrion's... [[CainAndAbel troubled]] sibling relationship has a distinct element of this. When news of her incestuous affair with Jaime gets out, Tyrion teases her for "spreading her legs for one brother and not the other." Later, after she's [[spoiler:almost had him killed for murdering her son Joffrey (which he didn't do)]], Tyrion says the only reward he wants for serving [[spoiler:Daenerys Targaryen]] is to be allowed to rape and kill her. Cersei's paranoia over Tyrion bringing about her demise also tends to result in nightmares featuring him in disturbingly sexual situations.
27th Aug '17 5:04:34 PM Wyldchyld
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* Parodied (or else possibly played straight in a CrossesTheLineTwice fashion) in ''Literature/TalesOfMU'', where Mackenzie can barely think of the bitchy fox girl Sooni without having a long FetishFuel-ed fantasy about her. This came to a bit of a [[{{Pun}} climax]] when they actually got into a fight.

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* Parodied (or else possibly played straight in a CrossesTheLineTwice fashion) in ''Literature/TalesOfMU'', where Mackenzie can barely think of the bitchy fox girl Sooni without having a long FetishFuel-ed fetish fantasy about her. This came to a bit of a [[{{Pun}} climax]] when they actually got into a fight.
5th Feb '17 4:00:30 PM starlight9
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* ''Literature/NightfallSeries'': Casiel and Vladimir's confrontation at the Audience. The Prince even doesn’t let Casiel leave before he has kissed his ring.
6th Jan '17 8:10:59 AM SeptimusHeap
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* Explicit (although couched in terms of references to [[FreudWasRight rods]]) in the chapter of Creator/JamesBranchCabell's ''The Silver Stallion'' where Guivric meets his "appointed enemy".

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* Explicit (although couched in terms of references to [[FreudWasRight rods]]) rods) in the chapter of Creator/JamesBranchCabell's ''The Silver Stallion'' where Guivric meets his "appointed enemy".
15th Nov '16 12:04:45 AM Greystone101
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** Also from A Song of Ice and Fire, we have Oberyn Martell. He absolutely ''loathes'' every member of House Lannister for their perceived role in his sister's death ([[spoiler: something for which his brother is actively plotting to destroy them]]), but that doesn't stop him from idly wondering about asking Cersei to be he and his paramour's third.
6th Nov '16 4:49:05 PM dlchen145
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* Outright mocked in ''[[Literature/KittyNorville Kitty and the Midnight Hour]]''. Kitty is attacked on-air by a BadAss [[VanHelsingHateCrimes monster-hunter-for-hire]] named Cormac. She survives when Cormac backs off, suspecting his employer has set him up. The next week's show, she has to explain to ''three consecutive callers'' that she does not share BelligerentSexualTension with people who ''try to assassinate her''. After hanging up on [[MisaimedFandom Misinformed Fanboy #3]], her next caller is Cormac himself, [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments insisting that she change the subject right now.]] Of course, by the end of the book, [[spoiler: he's joined her TrueCompanions and they've had a hot werewolf/human make-out session, but that's beside the point…]]

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* Outright mocked in ''[[Literature/KittyNorville Kitty and the Midnight Hour]]''. Kitty is attacked on-air by a BadAss badass [[VanHelsingHateCrimes monster-hunter-for-hire]] named Cormac. She survives when Cormac backs off, suspecting his employer has set him up. The next week's show, she has to explain to ''three consecutive callers'' that she does not share BelligerentSexualTension with people who ''try to assassinate her''. After hanging up on [[MisaimedFandom Misinformed Fanboy #3]], her next caller is Cormac himself, [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments insisting that she change the subject right now.]] Of course, by the end of the book, [[spoiler: he's joined her TrueCompanions and they've had a hot werewolf/human make-out session, but that's beside the point…]]
22nd Oct '16 5:22:26 PM Javertshark13
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** When Javert gets a lead on Valjean, he decides not to tell his superiors about it and follow it up on his own for fear that "they might take his convict away from him."
15th Sep '16 12:27:29 AM PaulA
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* ''EndersGame'' has the fight scene in the shower. Some [[YaoiFangirl Yaoi Fangirls]] have even littered the internet with some...ahem, [[DestructoNookie Fight Degeneration]]. It's partial {{Squick}}, considering Ender is 12.

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* ''EndersGame'' ''Literature/EndersGame'' has the fight scene in the shower. Some [[YaoiFangirl Yaoi Fangirls]] have even littered the internet with some...ahem, [[DestructoNookie Fight Degeneration]]. It's partial {{Squick}}, considering Ender is 12.
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