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12th Jun '18 2:23:46 PM bitemytail
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* Averted in literature/Discworld with the Seamstresses Guild of Ankh-Morpork being known to take issue with anyone mistreating members, described in the graphic yet vague way of Terry Prachett's pen. The Agony Aunts in particular are feared sources of retribution, even before the Guild was formed.

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* Averted in literature/Discworld Literature/{{Discworld}} with the Seamstresses Guild of Ankh-Morpork being known to take issue with anyone mistreating members, described in the graphic yet vague way of Terry Prachett's pen. The Agony Aunts in particular are feared sources of retribution, even before the Guild was formed.
9th Jun '18 8:21:31 AM ironballs16
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* ''VideoGame/AssassinsCreedSyndicate'' has a DLC where Evie hunts down Jack The Ripper himself and as such defies the trope. The prostitutes are helpful allies and portrayed very sympathetically, and when [[spoiler:the Assassins deem them acceptable losses in exchange for covering up one of their own gone rogue]], Evie is ''pissed''.

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* ''VideoGame/AssassinsCreedSyndicate'' has a DLC where Evie hunts down Jack The Ripper himself and as such defies the trope. The prostitutes are helpful allies and portrayed very sympathetically, and when [[spoiler:the Assassins deem them acceptable losses in exchange for covering up one of their own gone rogue]], Evie is ''pissed''.''[[WhatTheHellHero pissed]]''.
9th Jun '18 6:01:31 AM DeepRed
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* The 1983 song "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ub4QWkOI9B0 Maxine]]" by New Zealand-born singer Sharon O'Neill is about the life and death of a prostitute in UsefulNotes/{{Sydney}}'s Kings Cross RedLightDistrict. From the singer's viewpoint, the titular prostitute [[TheDeadHaveNames has a name]], while to the authorities she's just "[[AMillionIsAStatistic case]] [[YouAreNumberSix 1352]]".

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* The 1983 song "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ub4QWkOI9B0 Maxine]]" by New Zealand-born singer Sharon O'Neill is about the life and death of a prostitute in UsefulNotes/{{Sydney}}'s Kings Cross RedLightDistrict.{{red light district}}. From the singer's viewpoint, the titular prostitute [[TheDeadHaveNames has a name]], while to the authorities she's just "[[AMillionIsAStatistic case]] [[YouAreNumberSix 1352]]".
9th Jun '18 6:00:36 AM DeepRed
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* The 1983 song "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ub4QWkOI9B0 Maxine]]" by New Zealand-born singer Sharon O'Neill is about the life and death of a prostitute in UsefulNotes/{{Sydney}}'s Kings Cross RedLightDistrict. From the singer's viewpoint, the titular prostitute [[TheDeadHaveNames has a name]], while to the authorities she's just "[[AMillionIsAStatistic case 1352]]".

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* The 1983 song "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ub4QWkOI9B0 Maxine]]" by New Zealand-born singer Sharon O'Neill is about the life and death of a prostitute in UsefulNotes/{{Sydney}}'s Kings Cross RedLightDistrict. From the singer's viewpoint, the titular prostitute [[TheDeadHaveNames has a name]], while to the authorities she's just "[[AMillionIsAStatistic case case]] [[YouAreNumberSix 1352]]".
9th Jun '18 5:58:43 AM DeepRed
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* The 1983 song "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ub4QWkOI9B0 Maxine]]" by New Zealand-born singer Sharon O'Neill is about the life and death of a prostitute in UsefulNotes/{{Sydney}}'s Kings Cross RedLightDistrict.

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* The 1983 song "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ub4QWkOI9B0 Maxine]]" by New Zealand-born singer Sharon O'Neill is about the life and death of a prostitute in UsefulNotes/{{Sydney}}'s Kings Cross RedLightDistrict. From the singer's viewpoint, the titular prostitute [[TheDeadHaveNames has a name]], while to the authorities she's just "[[AMillionIsAStatistic case 1352]]".
20th May '18 12:39:54 AM AgentTasmania
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* Averted in literature/Discworld with the Seamstresses Guild of Ankh-Morpork being known to take issue with anyone mistreating members, described in the graphic yet vague way of Terry Prachett's pen. The Agony Aunts in particular are feared sources of retribution, even before the Guild was formed.
12th May '18 12:19:35 AM foxley
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* In ''Film/TheWindmillMassacre'', Jack freaks out while visiting a prostitute and snaps her neck. His mates put him on the tour bus to get him out of town for the day till he ship's out the next night.
30th Apr '18 8:51:57 PM WildeOscar
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** There was one episode of Series/CSI:NY where Adam suggested that a murdered sex worker may have somehow "had it coming". Lindsay immediately tells him he has no right to make that kind of judgement.

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** There was one episode of Series/CSI:NY CSI:NY where Adam suggested that a murdered sex worker may have somehow "had it coming". Lindsay immediately tells him he has no right to make that kind of judgement.
30th Apr '18 8:50:27 PM WildeOscar
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** There was one episode of Series/{{CSI:NY}} where Adam suggested that a murdered sex worker may have somehow "had it coming". Lindsay immediately tells him he has no right to make that kind of judgement.

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** There was one episode of Series/{{CSI:NY}} Series/CSI:NY where Adam suggested that a murdered sex worker may have somehow "had it coming". Lindsay immediately tells him he has no right to make that kind of judgement.
30th Apr '18 8:48:25 PM WildeOscar
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** There was one episode of ''Series/{{CSI:NY}}'' where Adam suggested that a murdered sex worker may have somehow "had it coming". Lindsay immediately tells him he has no right to make that kind of judgement.

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** There was one episode of ''Series/{{CSI:NY}}'' Series/{{CSI:NY}} where Adam suggested that a murdered sex worker may have somehow "had it coming". Lindsay immediately tells him he has no right to make that kind of judgement.
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