History Main / ChastityDagger

7th Jan '16 2:52:34 AM erforce
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* ''RomancingTheStone''[='s=] FakeOutOpening ends this way. And the ex-ShrinkingViolet heroine resorts to a Chastity Switchblade before it's all over.
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* ''RomancingTheStone''[='s=] ''Film/RomancingTheStone''[='s=] FakeOutOpening ends this way. And the ex-ShrinkingViolet heroine resorts to a Chastity Switchblade before it's all over.

* In ''{{Troy}}'', Briseis stabs Agamemmnon this way during the sack of Troy.
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* In ''{{Troy}}'', ''Film/{{Troy}}'', Briseis stabs Agamemmnon this way during the sack of Troy.
6th Jan '16 12:00:26 PM Seanette
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* ''Literature/ABrothersPrice'': Jerin carries not only a dagger but also a small gun hidden under his clothes. It is this trope, as men are not usually armed in his culture. His family is a bit unusual in that respect. [[spoiler: It later turns out that he also carries a couple of lockpicks.]] It shows that their grandmothers were soldier-spies in the war - ''everyone'' in the family is armed. (Yes, even the toddlers.) This causes great surprise when the family turns in their weapons before a visit at the royal palace, and Jerin is ordered by his eldest sister to be honest about his hidden weapons, as they don't want trouble. Later on, [[spoiler: the kidnappers are a bit more genre-savvy than is good for Jerin, and take his chastity dagger and gun away before he can use them.]]
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* ''Literature/ABrothersPrice'': Jerin carries not only a dagger but also a small gun hidden under his clothes. It is this trope, as men are not usually armed in his culture. His family is a bit unusual in that respect. [[spoiler: It later turns out that he also carries a couple of lockpicks.]] It shows that their grandmothers were soldier-spies in the war - ''everyone'' in the family is armed. (Yes, even the toddlers.) This causes great surprise when the family turns in their weapons before a visit at the royal palace, and Jerin is ordered by his eldest sister to be honest about his hidden weapons, as they don't want trouble. Later on, [[spoiler: the kidnappers are a bit more genre-savvy than is good for Jerin, and take his chastity dagger and gun away before he can use them. That is, until he applies [[AffectionatePickpocket some other skills]] men in his culture generally don't have, retrieving gun and lockpicks in the process.]]
4th Jan '16 2:08:44 PM nombretomado
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* ''PrinceValiant'': Princess Aleta has one of these, and she uses it to great effect on numerous occasions, whether to free herself from ropes or to stab an unsuspecting villain.
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* ''PrinceValiant'': ''ComicStrip/PrinceValiant'': Princess Aleta has one of these, and she uses it to great effect on numerous occasions, whether to free herself from ropes or to stab an unsuspecting villain.
12th Nov '15 2:20:45 PM eroock
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* In ''Film/SherlockHolmes'', thugs attempt to rob Irene Adler at knifepoint. Irene takes out a concealed knife and robs the robbers.
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* In ''Film/SherlockHolmes'', thugs attempt to [[MuggingTheMonster rob Irene Adler Adler]] at knifepoint. Irene takes out a concealed knife and robs the robbers.
16th Sep '15 1:51:44 AM Morgenthaler
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* In the ''{{Belgariad}}'' and sequels, Nadrak women have about four of them handy at all times. At least one of them is always on display to remind men of the consequences of taking liberties, with "lesser offenses" usually just earning a nasty scar. ** ''TheElenium'' and its sequels feature Mirtai, who always has knives on her person and more than once used them to protect her innocence after having been sold to a brothel. She even keeps knives strapped to her inner thighs to ensure that she can fight off any attacker. In fact, she once ''sharpened the end of a'' '''spoon''' when a little girl. Put it to good use and still has it * In the first book of the ''{{Tales of the Otori}}'', Kaede uses a ''needle'' to defend herself against the feudal lord who had planned on raping her.
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* In the ''{{Belgariad}}'' ''Literature/{{Belgariad}}'' and sequels, Nadrak women have about four of them handy at all times. At least one of them is always on display to remind men of the consequences of taking liberties, with "lesser offenses" usually just earning a nasty scar. ** ''TheElenium'' * ''Literature/TheElenium'' and its sequels feature Mirtai, who always has knives on her person and more than once used them to protect her innocence after having been sold to a brothel. She even keeps knives strapped to her inner thighs to ensure that she can fight off any attacker. In fact, she once ''sharpened the end of a'' '''spoon''' when a little girl. Put it to good use and still has it * In the first book of the ''{{Tales ''Literature/{{Tales of the Otori}}'', Kaede uses a ''needle'' to defend herself against the feudal lord who had planned on raping her.
14th Sep '15 8:25:04 AM shokoshu
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[[AC:{{Mythology}}]] * If you file the mass wedding as a kind of "political rape" (Aigyptos declared war on Danaos after all), the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daughters_of_Danaus Danaides]] will qualify.
18th May '15 9:22:09 PM notemily
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**Ygritte says all wildling women know how to defend themselves from unwanted advances, and implies that even if you do manage to rape a wildling woman, she'll kill you in your sleep. "A man can own a woman or a man can own a knife, but no man can own both."
24th Apr '15 7:14:21 AM Ifreann
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* In the early days of train travel ladies were advised to put pins in their mouth before entering a tunnel, lest a man attempt to steal a kiss in the darkness.
23rd Apr '15 2:29:40 PM nombretomado
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* While not a dagger, Casca from ''{{Berserk}}'' uses a chastity stick in order to [[EyeScream plunge it into the eye]] of a would-be rapist during the battle with Adon's soldiers.
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* While not a dagger, Casca from ''{{Berserk}}'' ''{{Manga/Berserk}}'' uses a chastity stick in order to [[EyeScream plunge it into the eye]] of a would-be rapist during the battle with Adon's soldiers.
3rd Mar '15 3:33:14 AM Gowan
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* ''Literature/ABrothersPrice'': Jerin carries not only a dagger but also a small gun hidden under his clothes. It is this trope, as men are not usually armed in his culture. His family is a bit unusual in that respect. [[spoiler: It later turns out that he also carries a couple of lockpicks.]] It shows that their grandmothers were soldier-spies in the war - ''everyone'' in the family is armed. (Yes, even the toddlers.) This causes great surprise when the family turns in their weapons before a visit at the royal palace. Later on, [[spoiler: the kidnappers are a bit more genre-savvy than is good for Jerin, and take his chastity dagger and gun away before he can use them.]]
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* ''Literature/ABrothersPrice'': Jerin carries not only a dagger but also a small gun hidden under his clothes. It is this trope, as men are not usually armed in his culture. His family is a bit unusual in that respect. [[spoiler: It later turns out that he also carries a couple of lockpicks.]] It shows that their grandmothers were soldier-spies in the war - ''everyone'' in the family is armed. (Yes, even the toddlers.) This causes great surprise when the family turns in their weapons before a visit at the royal palace.palace, and Jerin is ordered by his eldest sister to be honest about his hidden weapons, as they don't want trouble. Later on, [[spoiler: the kidnappers are a bit more genre-savvy than is good for Jerin, and take his chastity dagger and gun away before he can use them.]]
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