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1st Sep '17 3:32:09 PM nombretomado
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* In, of all things, a commercial for chocolate candies: tennis player Roger Federer is stopped in the airport by two attractive female transportation-security officials, who confiscate his candy and threaten him with a strip search. It's played for comedy, although one can't imagine a version starring (say) Maria Sharapova or Serena Williams and two ''male'' security people.



* In, of all things, a commercial for chocolate candies: tennis player Roger Federer is stopped in the airport by two attractive female transportation-security officials, who confiscate his candy and threaten him with a strip search. It's played for comedy, although one can't imagine a version starring (say) Maria Sharapova or Serena Williams and two ''male'' security people.
24th Aug '17 6:17:15 PM nombretomado
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* This trope is carried out in the Creator/ClintEastwood film ''Film/TheRookie'' as a punishment to the tied up relentless tough cop by his captor woman. His sole reaction was insisting "she did not sit on my face" after his partner ridiculed him about it.

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* This trope is carried out in the Creator/ClintEastwood film ''Film/TheRookie'' ''Film/TheRookie1990'' as a punishment to the tied up relentless tough cop by his captor woman. His sole reaction was insisting "she did not sit on my face" after his partner ridiculed him about it.
19th Aug '17 1:33:54 PM nombretomado
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* Funnily enough averted ''and'' played straight on ''Series/ItsAlwaysSunnyInPhiladelphia'' when we find out [[TheSociopath Dennis]] was raped by his high school librarian at the age of fourteen. When confronted about this he dismisses it with how it wasn't rape since [[AManIsAlwaysEager "you can't rape a guy",]] but when pushed he seems to show some distress over the memory. The implication is that Dennis is playing into this trope to enforce MenAreTough stereotypes but was deeply traumatized, and this event is part of his FreudianExcuse that explains (among other things) his predatory attitude toward sex.
15th Aug '17 8:20:13 AM SeptimusHeap
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* ''Manga/KuroganePukapukaTai'''s seemingly sole heterosexual woman, gunnery officer Obama Mifuyu, seems to have this attitude to "seduction", and a taste verging on {{Shotacon}} besides.

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* ''Manga/KuroganePukapukaTai'''s seemingly sole heterosexual woman, gunnery officer Obama Mifuyu, seems to have this attitude to "seduction", and a taste verging on {{Shotacon}} paedophilia besides.
7th Aug '17 5:31:31 PM nombretomado
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* ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'': in the episode "Yes Men", escaped Asgardian villainess [[CompellingVoice Lorelei]] compels Ward to have sex with her while he's under her control. ''Ward'' is treated as the guilty party and even guilted into ''apologizing'' to May, who treats him like crap in return. [[spoiler: …The reveal of Ward’s true loyalties retroactively make him an AssholeVictim, but still.]]
7th Jul '17 4:53:38 PM nombretomado
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* Averted as much as possible in ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/9201264/1/Faith Faith]]'' by [[https://www.fanfiction.net/u/1816754/sbmcneil sbmcneil]]. It turns out Bellatrix has raped (or oversaw the rape of) a number of men with the use of drugs, as practice for bearing a [[ChildByRape child of Harry's]] to serve as Voldemort's heir. At least one of the men commits suicide in the aftermath, and Harry ''almost'' does once she carries the plan through. Upon returning home from his sixth year, he [[DoorstepBaby finds a basket on his doorstep]] as it turns out [[WhyCouldntYouBeDifferent once the baby turned out to be a girl]], Bellatrix lost all interest in her. [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming Harry takes the girl in]]. However, there is a straight example in-universe, since when Ron hears about a number of men being raped by female Death Eaters, he actually laughs at the idea.
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.
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