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7th Dec '17 6:43:53 AM Clamanath
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* In the ''Anime/RevolutionaryGirlUtena'' fanfic, [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/4705032/1/Thorns Thorns]]and its sequel [[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/4707301/1/Will_of_the_Rose Will of the Rose]], Anthy rapes Utena because she is frustrated that they haven't had sex yet (since they are engaged). Anthy's character [[RonTheDeathEater is completely altered]] and Utena becomes an ExtremeDoormat who stays in an abusive relationship after Wakaba loses interest in their friendship. It should be noted that in this fanfic, Utena ''agrees to keep fighting off the abusive system (which is mostly male dominated) that Anthy is trapped in''.

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* In the ''Anime/RevolutionaryGirlUtena'' fanfic, [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/4705032/1/Thorns Thorns]]and Thorns]] and its sequel [[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/4707301/1/Will_of_the_Rose Will of the Rose]], Anthy rapes Utena because she is frustrated that they haven't had sex yet (since they are engaged). Anthy's character [[RonTheDeathEater is completely altered]] and Utena becomes an ExtremeDoormat who stays in an abusive relationship after Wakaba loses interest in their friendship. It should be noted that in this fanfic, Utena ''agrees to keep fighting off the abusive system (which is mostly male dominated) that Anthy is trapped in''.
7th Dec '17 6:43:30 AM Clamanath
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* In the ''Anime/RevolutionaryGirlUtena'' fanfic, [[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/4707301/1/Will_of_the_Rose Will of the Rose]], Anthy rapes Utena because she is frustrated that they haven't had sex yet (since they are engaged). Anthy's character [[RonTheDeathEater is completely altered]] and Utena becomes an ExtremeDoormat who stays in an abusive relationship after Wakaba loses interest in their friendship. It should be noted that in this fanfic, Utena ''agrees to keep fighting off the abusive system (which is mostly male dominated) that Anthy is trapped in''.

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* In the ''Anime/RevolutionaryGirlUtena'' fanfic, [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/4705032/1/Thorns Thorns]]and its sequel [[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/4707301/1/Will_of_the_Rose Will of the Rose]], Anthy rapes Utena because she is frustrated that they haven't had sex yet (since they are engaged). Anthy's character [[RonTheDeathEater is completely altered]] and Utena becomes an ExtremeDoormat who stays in an abusive relationship after Wakaba loses interest in their friendship. It should be noted that in this fanfic, Utena ''agrees to keep fighting off the abusive system (which is mostly male dominated) that Anthy is trapped in''.
5th Dec '17 4:54:19 PM MasterN
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# Women are so weak and ineffectual they just '''''can't''''' harm anyone physically, not even other women, even less by sex.

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# Women are so [[WomenAreDelicate weak and ineffectual ineffectual]] they just '''''can't''''' harm anyone physically, not even other women, even less by sex.
5th Dec '17 4:53:23 PM MasterN
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# All rapists are men.

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# All "real" rapists are men.
4th Nov '17 11:56:34 AM CerotechOmega
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* ''WebVideo/HellsingUltimateAbridged'' has an instance that implies how [[spoiler:Integra]] vents their frustrations over [[spoiler:dealing with Alucard]].
-->'''Seras''': Well, looks like Human Resources has been... [[DeadlyEuphemism processed]]. I'd feel worse about it if they ever did anything about all the sexual harrassment. Yet you'd think [[spoiler:Alucard]] was the worst offender.
28th Oct '17 10:56:57 PM MoreEpicThanYou
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* ''LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya'': Though not quite rape, Haruhi's sexual harassment of Mikuru is PlayedForLaughs.

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* ''LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya'': Though not quite rape, Haruhi's sexual harassment of Mikuru is PlayedForLaughs. [[spoiler: Until it reaches its breaking point when Haruhi drugs Mikuru for her movie and [[OOCIsSeriousBusiness Kyon]] erupts into rage and [[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu has to be restrained from slapping her.]]]]
8th Oct '17 11:41:54 PM ScotieRw
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It should be noted that, at least in the United States, this viewpoint was legally supported until the 1970s. The definition of "rape", historically, was defined as the act of forcing sexual intercourse on a ''woman'' by a ''man''. Currently, all states define rape without referencing the sex of the victim or the perpetrator, acknowledging that women and men can both rape and be raped, but many people still believe that the presence or absence of the penis determines whether any given sex act is actually sex or not. In other locations, the presence of the penis is still required for an act to be legally considered "rape" rather than "unwanted sexual touching" or other such descriptions.
29th Sep '17 8:54:12 AM tweeety
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** To be fair though, while she can set the scene up and initiate the make out session, she can't force them into continuing the dream or into carrying things further as evidenced by Cassie realising this was a set up and waking herself up to avoid sleep sexting Thelma.
28th Sep '17 4:14:32 PM MyrrhDarkwing
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** This is a complicated case. Like, really complicated. This troper wouldn't say it's a double standard, because what the boys at the academy are doing and what Sora's doing are motivated by different things. Sora's assault is done specifically so she can save a battered, abused girl because there is no other way out for that girl. It's very different than one of the boys molesting their possessions. Molestation itself is portrayed distinctly as a bad thing, and acknowledged as assault by Sora and the girl while discussing it, which is why Sora is able to use it in her attempt to save this girl. She flat-out explains what she's doing to the girl beforehand, so the girl she's molesting knows why this is happening and that Sora wants to save instead of hurt her. The girl is scared when it starts, having not been expecting it, but Sora even says "This is the least painful way of assaulting," meaning she's doing it specifically to try not to hurt her.

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** This is a complicated case. Like, really complicated. This troper wouldn't say it's It's not a double standard, because what the boys at the academy are doing and what Sora's doing are motivated by different things. Sora's assault is done specifically so she can save a battered, abused girl because there is no other way out for that girl. It's very different than one of the boys molesting their possessions. Molestation itself is portrayed distinctly as a bad thing, and acknowledged as assault by Sora and the girl while discussing it, which is why Sora is able to use it in her attempt to save this girl. She flat-out explains what she's doing to the girl beforehand, so the girl she's molesting knows why this is happening and that Sora wants to save instead of hurt her. The girl is scared when it starts, having not been expecting it, but Sora even says "This is the least painful way of assaulting," meaning she's doing it specifically to try not to hurt her.
28th Sep '17 3:57:13 PM MyrrhDarkwing
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** This is a complicated case. Like, really complicated. This troper wouldn't say it's a double standard, because what the boys at the academy are doing and what Sora's doing are motivated by different things. Sora's assault is done specifically so she can save a battered, abused girl because there is no other way out for that girl. It's very different than one of the boys molesting their possessions. Molestation itself is portrayed distinctly as a bad thing, which is why Sora is able to use it in her attempt to save this girl. At this point in the story, [[spoiler: Reiko was trapped in a contract with the most insane, violent boy in the school. That boy was under orders never to fight with or release her. She was badly beaten and in the infirmary when Sora found her, and basically begging/challenging Sora to find some way to save her from this boy. Sora took advantage of the rule that if someone's owned girl is being beaten or molested-- aka /hurt or assaulted in any way/-- by someone who isn't their owner and it continues for too long without the owner saving their girl, there will be a severe penalty. She had to hurt Reiko somehow to save her, and Reiko was already badly injured. It's clear that molestation here is bad even though it's a girl doing it to another girl, but Reiko is intelligent and likely knows that Sora has to do this to her to save her,]] and Sora's using it as a more compassionate form of assault than beating an already badly injured girl. At WORST, it's portrayed as better to do than to continue beating the girl and risk possibly permanently breaking her or forcing much more time to recover. It's not a good thing or acceptable because it's a girl doing it, but because there isn't anything else save beating her Sora can do to rescue her from someone much worse. That's why there's no real repercussions for Sora: [[spoiler: Reiko]] knows this happened only as a method of rescuing her and is intelligent enough to know it's for the best.

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** This is a complicated case. Like, really complicated. This troper wouldn't say it's a double standard, because what the boys at the academy are doing and what Sora's doing are motivated by different things. Sora's assault is done specifically so she can save a battered, abused girl because there is no other way out for that girl. It's very different than one of the boys molesting their possessions. Molestation itself is portrayed distinctly as a bad thing, and acknowledged as assault by Sora and the girl while discussing it, which is why Sora is able to use it in her attempt to save this girl. She flat-out explains what she's doing to the girl beforehand, so the girl she's molesting knows why this is happening and that Sora wants to save instead of hurt her. The girl is scared when it starts, having not been expecting it, but Sora even says "This is the least painful way of assaulting," meaning she's doing it specifically to try not to hurt her.
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At this point in the story, [[spoiler: Reiko was trapped in a contract with the most insane, violent boy in the school. That boy was under orders never to fight with or release her. She was badly beaten and in the infirmary when Sora found her, and basically begging/challenging Sora to find some way to save her from this boy. Sora took advantage of the rule that if someone's owned girl is being beaten or molested-- aka /hurt or assaulted in any way/-- by someone who isn't their owner and it continues for too long without the owner saving their girl, there will be a severe penalty. She had to hurt Reiko somehow to save her, and Reiko was already badly injured. It's clear that molestation here is bad even though it's a girl doing it to another girl, but Reiko is intelligent and likely knows that Sora has to do this to her to save her,]] and Sora's using it as a more compassionate form of assault than beating an already badly injured girl. At WORST, it's portrayed as better to do than to continue beating the girl and risk possibly permanently breaking her or forcing much more time to recover. It's not a good thing or acceptable because it's a girl doing it, but because there isn't anything else save beating her Sora can do to rescue her from someone much worse. That's why there's no real repercussions for Sora: [[spoiler: Reiko]] knows this happened only as a method of rescuing her and is intelligent enough to know it's for the best.
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