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11th Apr '16 12:27:12 PM Zeego
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Conversely, audiences may go as far as to ''actively wish'' for a character perceived as a bad man to be a victim of male-on-male rape. In police TV shows, cops will routinely threaten suspects with jail, and the [[PrisonRape "big horny men"]] inside. At the end, when the criminal is arrested, the cops will make a point to tell him that he will spend the next xx years of his life as a buttboy for the [[BlackComedyRape burly rapists]] who fill the prison. The writers obviously expect audiences [[ComedicSociopathy to feel elated at the perspective of a bad man being raped again and again for years to come]].

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Conversely, audiences may go as far as to ''actively wish'' for a character perceived as a bad man to be a victim of male-on-male rape. In police TV shows, cops will routinely threaten suspects with jail, and the [[PrisonRape "big horny men"]] inside. At the end, when the criminal is arrested, the cops will make a point to tell him that he will spend the next xx years of his life as a buttboy for the [[BlackComedyRape burly rapists]] who fill the prison. The writers obviously expect audiences [[ComedicSociopathy to feel elated at the perspective prospect of a bad man being raped again and again for years to come]].
31st Mar '16 12:45:39 PM Gravidef
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* A few examples appear in ''Webcomic/CyanideAndHappiness'':
** One strip has two friends engaging in a hypothetical situation about having sex with twelve men for a million dollars. The second man agrees...he'd gladly pay that much to sleep with twelve guys at once.
** In "Senor Cleanfist," one of the strip's animated shorts, the titular character is a superhero with the power to make things sparkling clean by punching them with his massive fists. When he ends up in prison, TheStinger reveals a group of men showering. One drops the soap, and bends to pick it up...and a huge shadow looms over him. The dropper cringes in terror; a few seconds later, he comes running from the bathroom with bubbles shooting from his rear end.
31st Mar '16 12:41:29 PM Gravidef
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** In "Fighting Irish", when Peter is convinced he can beat up Creator/LiamNeeson he attempts to draw him out by disguising himself as Mrs. Potato Head. Instead he attracts Creator/ColinFarrell, who rapes him offscreen.

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** In "Fighting Irish", when Peter is convinced he can beat up Creator/LiamNeeson he attempts to draw him out by disguising himself as Mrs. Potato Head. Instead he attracts Creator/ColinFarrell, Colin Farrell, who rapes him offscreen.offscreen.
** One of the earliest examples comes in "One if by Clam, Two if by Sea," when Peter, Joe, Quagmire, and Cleveland are all sent to jail. As they walk through the cells, other inmates hoot and holler at them, with special attention given to Peter and his extra "cushion for the pushin'." Peter [[ComicallyMissingThePoint is flattered by the compliments, but worries the inmates will be upset when they find out he's not gay.]]
31st Mar '16 12:37:23 PM Gravidef
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* Season two of "American Crime" revolves around a male rape accusation that most people donít take seriously [[spoiler:especially when it is revealed the victim, Taylor, isnít heterosexual and that he had been flirting with his rapist prior to their encounter.]]
** Subverted for the fact that the season as a whole is about how male on male rape isnít dealt with properly (both in real life and in pop culture) and the repercussions the taboo has on masculinity and rape culture
* Implied at the end of an episode of ''Series/MyNameIsEarl'', when Earl punches his BadBoss in the face, which leads to the latter's wife finding out he'd been [[YourCheatingHeart cheating on her]], [[TheMistress his girlfriend]] finding out he was married to someone else the whole time (thus lying to ''her'' as well), his wife kicking him out of the house and finding money he stole from the fast-food restaurant he managed while giving him a DefenestrateAndBerate routine, and finally him going to {{Prison}}. He had a collection of "World's Best [Whatever]" mugs, and when he's in prison (after losing both his wife and his girlfriend), he's drinking coffee out of a tin mug with the words "World's Best Bottom" scrawled on it in marker, while his cellmate looks on. It overlaps with KarmicRape.

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* Season two of "American Crime" ''American Crime'' revolves around a male rape accusation that most people donít take seriously [[spoiler:especially when it is revealed the victim, Taylor, isnít heterosexual and that he had been flirting with his rapist prior to their encounter.]]
** Subverted for the fact that the season as a whole is about how male on male rape isnít dealt with properly (both in real life and in pop culture) and the repercussions the taboo has on masculinity and rape culture
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* Implied at the end of an episode of ''Series/MyNameIsEarl'', when Earl punches his BadBoss in the face, which leads to the latter's wife finding out he'd been [[YourCheatingHeart cheating on her]], [[TheMistress his girlfriend]] finding out he was married to someone else the whole time (thus lying to ''her'' as well), his wife kicking him out of the house and finding money he stole from the fast-food restaurant he managed while giving him a DefenestrateAndBerate routine, and finally him going to {{Prison}}. He had a collection of "World's Best [Whatever]" mugs, and when he's in prison (after losing both his wife and his girlfriend), he's drinking coffee out of a tin mug with the words "World's Best Bottom" scrawled on it in marker, while his cellmate looks on. It overlaps with KarmicRape. KarmicRape.
* One episode of ''Series/BlueBloods'' sees a personal trainer as possibly connected to criminal activity, but he refuses to cooperate. Danny sends a ScaryBlackMan into the room where the suspect is waiting, and the larger man starts talking about how the trainer is going to be his "date" for the evening. The panicked trainer immediately starts talking...at which point Danny reveals that the supposed criminal is a fellow cop who's married! To a woman! [[SarcasmMode Isn't that funny?]]
8th Mar '16 7:37:25 PM MsChibi
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* Implied at the end of an episode of ''Series/MyNameIsEarl'', when Earl punches his BadBoss in the face, which leads to the latter's wife finding out he'd been [[YourCheatingHeart cheating on her]], [[TheMistress his girlfriend]] finding out he was married to someone else the whole time (thus lying to ''her'' as well), his wife kicking him out of the house and finding money he stole from the fast-food restaurant he managed while giving him a DefenestrateAndBerate routine, and finally him going to {{Prison}}. He had a collection of "World's Best [Whatever]" mugs, and when he's in prison (after losing both his wife and his girlfriend), he's drinking coffee out of a tin mug with the words "World's Best Bottom" scrawled on it in marker, while his cellmate looks on. It overlaps with KarmicRape.
24th Feb '16 9:27:53 AM FF32
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* As some examples below point out, this is very common in the works of GarthEnnis. Male on female rape? Instant MoralEventHorizon. Male on male rape? Almost always PlayedForLaughs.

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* As some examples below point out, this is very common in the works of GarthEnnis.Creator/GarthEnnis. Male on female rape? Instant MoralEventHorizon. Male on male rape? Almost always PlayedForLaughs.
15th Feb '16 10:09:04 PM Delphi
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* As some examples below point out, this is very common in the works of GarthEnnis. Male on female rape? Instant MoralEventHorizon. Male on male rape? Almost always PlayedForLaughs.
14th Feb '16 5:49:01 PM u14amoritz
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*Season two of "American Crime" revolves around a male rape accusation that most people donít take seriously [[spoiler:especially when it is revealed the victim, Taylor, isnít heterosexual and that he had been flirting with his rapist prior to their encounter.]]
**Subverted for the fact that the season as a whole is about how male on male rape isnít dealt with properly (both in real life and in pop culture) and the repercussions the taboo has on masculinity and rape culture
8th Feb '16 7:19:52 PM kataangluvr
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* BL game, ''Miracle No-ton'' has ''several'' endings, excluding the happy ones, where the main character, Akira, gets raped. One scene in particular even has poor Akira gagging and crying while he's being forced to perform oral on one of his rapists.

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* BL game, ''Miracle No-ton'' has ''several'' endings, excluding the happy ones, where the main character, Akira, gets raped. One scene in particular even has poor It's particularly traumatizing with the sounds Akira gagging and crying while he's being forced to perform oral on one of his rapists.makes during the scene.
8th Feb '16 7:14:50 PM kataangluvr
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* BL game, ''Miracle No-ton'' has ''several'' endings, excluding the happy ones, where the main character, Akira, gets raped. One scene in particular even has poor Akira gagging and crying while he's being forced to perform oral on one of his rapists.
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