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21st May '17 6:01:03 PM nombretomado
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* A really horrific Marvel example: In ''Avengers West Coast'' #56, Wanda, the ComicBook/ScarletWitch, had Agatha Harkness, [=USAgent=], ComicBook/TheWasp, and WonderMan under a spell that kept them immobilized. Wanda, who was suffering a mental breakdown at the time, ripped the shirt off of Wonder Man and forced herself on him while he screamed "No! NO!!!" Later, US Agent asked Wanda "How could you hurt him like that?" and Wasp asked "Simon (Wonder Man)...are you...? To which the clearly traumatised Wonder Man replied "Don't ask, Janet. Just don't ask!" Not only was the rape never mentioned again, but Wonder Man and Scarlet Witch briefly dated.

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* A really horrific Marvel example: In ''Avengers West Coast'' #56, Wanda, the ComicBook/ScarletWitch, had Agatha Harkness, [=USAgent=], ComicBook/TheWasp, and WonderMan ComicBook/WonderMan under a spell that kept them immobilized. Wanda, who was suffering a mental breakdown at the time, ripped the shirt off of Wonder Man and forced herself on him while he screamed "No! NO!!!" Later, US Agent asked Wanda "How could you hurt him like that?" and Wasp asked "Simon (Wonder Man)...are you...? To which the clearly traumatised Wonder Man replied "Don't ask, Janet. Just don't ask!" Not only was the rape never mentioned again, but Wonder Man and Scarlet Witch briefly dated.
21st May '17 3:09:30 PM nombretomado
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* A really horrific Marvel example: In ''Avengers West Coast'' #56, Wanda, the ComicBook/ScarletWitch, had Agatha Harkness, [=USAgent=], TheWasp, and WonderMan under a spell that kept them immobilized. Wanda, who was suffering a mental breakdown at the time, ripped the shirt off of Wonder Man and forced herself on him while he screamed "No! NO!!!" Later, US Agent asked Wanda "How could you hurt him like that?" and Wasp asked "Simon (Wonder Man)...are you...? To which the clearly traumatised Wonder Man replied "Don't ask, Janet. Just don't ask!" Not only was the rape never mentioned again, but Wonder Man and Scarlet Witch briefly dated.

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* A really horrific Marvel example: In ''Avengers West Coast'' #56, Wanda, the ComicBook/ScarletWitch, had Agatha Harkness, [=USAgent=], TheWasp, ComicBook/TheWasp, and WonderMan under a spell that kept them immobilized. Wanda, who was suffering a mental breakdown at the time, ripped the shirt off of Wonder Man and forced herself on him while he screamed "No! NO!!!" Later, US Agent asked Wanda "How could you hurt him like that?" and Wasp asked "Simon (Wonder Man)...are you...? To which the clearly traumatised Wonder Man replied "Don't ask, Janet. Just don't ask!" Not only was the rape never mentioned again, but Wonder Man and Scarlet Witch briefly dated.
30th Jan '17 8:35:50 PM Willbyr
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5th Jan '17 11:22:08 AM SeptimusHeap
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* In ''Literature/TheWorldAccordingToGarp,'' the title character is conceived when his mother, Jenny, rapes a wounded, dying man in her care--an act made creepier because the man was mentally devolving into an infantile state and [[FreudWasRight seemed to regard Jenny as a mother figure]]. While male-on-female rape is a constant theme in the remainder of the book, Jenny's female-on-male rape is presented (by the other characters, if not necessarily the author) as a revolutionary act, and is never referred to as rape. In TheFilmOfTheBook, however, someone calls it out as rape.

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* In ''Literature/TheWorldAccordingToGarp,'' the title character is conceived when his mother, Jenny, rapes a wounded, dying man in her care--an act made creepier because the man was mentally devolving into an infantile state and [[FreudWasRight seemed to regard Jenny as a mother figure]].figure. While male-on-female rape is a constant theme in the remainder of the book, Jenny's female-on-male rape is presented (by the other characters, if not necessarily the author) as a revolutionary act, and is never referred to as rape. In TheFilmOfTheBook, however, someone calls it out as rape.
28th Oct '16 6:02:12 PM nombretomado
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* In ''Film/StepBrothers'', Dale's stepsister-in-law Alice falls [[LoveMakesYouCrazy madly in love]] with him after he gives [[{{Jerkass}} her abusive asshole husband]] what for. How does she show her appreciation? By cornering him in the men's room, undoing his pants without even waiting for an answer, and [[YourCheatingHeart having her way with him]] via [[SpeedSex rapid]] [[GoodPeopleHaveGoodSex but satisfying]] sex [[WallBangHer with him up against the wall]]. How does he respond after it's said and done? He says he likes her and thinks she's incredible. In the UnratedEdition, they have another quickie during Christmas dinner - but it seems more mutually consensual.
24th Sep '16 11:32:26 AM nombretomado
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* In the ''CapcomVSWhatever'' series of games, Morrigan has a new super move named Eternal Slumber. Succubus nature aside, she's the protagonist of ''VideoGame/{{Darkstalkers}}'' and frequently portrayed as a hero.

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* In the ''CapcomVSWhatever'' ''VideoGame/CapcomVSWhatever'' series of games, Morrigan has a new super move named Eternal Slumber. Succubus nature aside, she's the protagonist of ''VideoGame/{{Darkstalkers}}'' and frequently portrayed as a hero.
17th Sep '16 4:31:00 PM nombretomado
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* In the ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'' episode "Prophecy" we get another bizarre case. Harry Kim is "chosen" as a mate by a burly Klingon female who's significantly larger and stronger than him. Kim makes it clear he has no interest in a relationship, expresses extreme fear of the woman, and even winds up being stalked, but nobody seems to take the matter with any degree of seriousness. Things reach a particularly uncomfortable point when Harry goes to sick bay with bite-marks, indicating abuse, and is given a grossly inappropriate response the audience is meant to find amusing.
--> '''Harry:''' One of the Klingons attacked me.\\
'''Doctor:''' ''(concerned)'' Did you do something to provoke him?\\
'''Harry:''' Not him, her. And she wasn't provoked, she was... aroused.\\
'''Doctor:''' ''(amused)'' Ahhh. I'm not surprised. I've studied the section on Klingon mating rituals in the cultural database.\\
'''Harry:''' Then maybe you can tell me how to convince a female twice my size that I'm not interested?\\
'''Doctor:''' You probably can't. As I understand it, you have two options: kill her or mate with her. Since the first option is unacceptable... ''(hands Kim a form)''\\
'''Harry:''' What's this?\\
'''Doctor:''' Authorization for you to engage in intimate relations with an alien species.
24th Feb '16 9:15:33 AM nombretomado
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* In ''Anime/YuGiOhGX'', Tania is EasilyForgiven very quickly (about five minutes into part 2 of the episode) for capturing Misawa after forcibly holding him to a ScarpiaUltimatum via wager, and even afterwards, Talia is considered, in-universe and out, to be the TokenGoodTeammate of the Seven Stars, becoming an ''ally'' of the heroes later. In fact, this is one case where the dub version actually made it ''worse''; in the original version, the rest of the cast don't hear ''anything'' when they camp outside the arena, while in the dub, Misawa's screams are clearly audible. (Asuka claims they're dueling again, a case of the writers assuming ViewersAreMorons.) Misawa even [[AbductionIsLove has feelings for her later]] that extend into the third season when she appears again.

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* In ''Anime/YuGiOhGX'', Tania is EasilyForgiven very quickly (about five minutes into part 2 of the episode) for capturing Misawa after forcibly holding him to a ScarpiaUltimatum via wager, and even afterwards, Talia Tania is considered, in-universe and out, to be the TokenGoodTeammate of the Seven Stars, becoming an ''ally'' of the heroes later. In fact, this is one case where the dub version actually made it ''worse''; in the original version, the rest of the cast don't hear ''anything'' when they camp outside the arena, while in the dub, Misawa's screams are clearly audible. (Asuka claims they're dueling again, a case of the writers assuming ViewersAreMorons.) Misawa even [[AbductionIsLove has feelings for her later]] that extend into the third season when she appears again.
22nd Feb '16 3:11:51 AM SeptimusHeap
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* In ''Anime/YuGiOhGX'', Tania is EasilyForgiven very quickly (about five minutes into part 2 of the episode) for capturing Misawa after forcibly holding him to a ScarpiaUltimatum via wager, and even afterwards, Talia is considered, in-universe and out, to be the TokenGoodTeammate of the Seven Stars, becoming an ''ally'' of the heroes later. In fact, this is one case where the dub version actually made it ''worse''; in the original version, the rest of the cast don't hear ''anything'' when they camp outside the arena, while in the dub, Misawa's screams are clearly audible. (Asuka claims they're dueling again, a case of the writers assuming ViewersAreMorons.) Misawa even [[AbductionIsLove has feelings for her later]] that extend into the third season when she appears again.
3rd Feb '16 8:20:44 AM Berrenta
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* Creator/{{DC|Comics}} also had a case of reverse DudeShesLikeInAComa between two of the founding members of the Comicbook/{{Legion Of Super-Heroes}}. Saturn Girl tried to use her telepathic powers to bring Cosmic Boy out of a coma. It appeared that she'd succeeded, but instead she was subconsciously animating and controlling his comatose body; during this period they began dating, and Cos woke up at their wedding. This admittedly was not treated as "okay" so much as it was forgiven because Saturn Girl did it ''subconsciously'', not on purpose.

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* Creator/{{DC|Comics}} also had a case of reverse DudeShesLikeInAComa between two of the founding members of the Comicbook/{{Legion Of ComicBook/{{Legion of Super-Heroes}}. Saturn Girl tried to use her telepathic powers to bring Cosmic Boy out of a coma. It appeared that she'd succeeded, but instead she was subconsciously animating and controlling his comatose body; during this period they began dating, and Cos woke up at their wedding. This admittedly was not treated as "okay" so much as it was forgiven because Saturn Girl did it ''subconsciously'', not on purpose.



* A really horrific Marvel example: In ''Avengers West Coast'' #56, Wanda, ComicBook/TheScarletWitch, had Agatha Harkness, [=USAgent=], TheWasp, and WonderMan under a spell that kept them immobilized. Wanda, who was suffering a mental breakdown at the time, ripped the shirt off of Wonder Man and forced herself on him while he screamed "No! NO!!!" Later, US Agent asked Wanda "How could you hurt him like that?" and Wasp asked "Simon (Wonder Man)...are you...? To which the clearly traumatised Wonder Man replied "Don't ask, Janet. Just don't ask!" Not only was the rape never mentioned again, but Wonder Man and Scarlet Witch briefly dated.

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* A really horrific Marvel example: In ''Avengers West Coast'' #56, Wanda, ComicBook/TheScarletWitch, the ComicBook/ScarletWitch, had Agatha Harkness, [=USAgent=], TheWasp, and WonderMan under a spell that kept them immobilized. Wanda, who was suffering a mental breakdown at the time, ripped the shirt off of Wonder Man and forced herself on him while he screamed "No! NO!!!" Later, US Agent asked Wanda "How could you hurt him like that?" and Wasp asked "Simon (Wonder Man)...are you...? To which the clearly traumatised Wonder Man replied "Don't ask, Janet. Just don't ask!" Not only was the rape never mentioned again, but Wonder Man and Scarlet Witch briefly dated.
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