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21st May '17 11:49:34 PM EarsplittingLepidopteran
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[[spoiler: Casca was unconscious when now demon god Griffith starting molesting her in front of a trapped Guts, she wakes up however and [[RapeAsDrama happens]] next is the most horrifying part of the series]].

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[[spoiler: **[[spoiler: Casca was unconscious when now demon god Griffith starting molesting her in front of a trapped Guts, she wakes up however and [[RapeAsDrama happens]] next is the most horrifying part of the series]]. series]].
21st May '17 11:48:53 PM EarsplittingLepidopteran
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** Guts' [[spoiler:NearRapeExperience involving Casca]] during the Millennium Falcon arc takes this form when he succumbs to his EnemyWithin, despite her being insane and unable to consent.

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** Guts' [[spoiler:NearRapeExperience involving Casca]] during the Millennium Falcon arc takes this form [[spoiler: Casca was unconscious when he succumbs to his EnemyWithin, despite now demon god Griffith starting molesting her being insane in front of a trapped Guts, she wakes up however and unable to consent.[[RapeAsDrama happens]] next is the most horrifying part of the series]].
15th Apr '17 8:06:35 AM Dravencour
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Compare with SlainInTheirSleep. Contrast KissOfLife, which is often mistaken for this, and ILoveTheDead, which is about kissing a corpse. One common reason why OrderliesAreCreeps in fiction is that they're often portrayed as being into this.

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Compare with SlainInTheirSleep. Contrast KissOfLife, which is often mistaken for this, and ILoveTheDead, which is about kissing (and doing further things with) a corpse. One common reason why OrderliesAreCreeps in fiction is that they're often portrayed as being into this.
15th Apr '17 8:02:58 AM Dravencour
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Some people take things a bit further than kissing, and out-and-out have sex with someone who is unconscious. In RealLife, this is a form of rape, as unconscious people cannot give any kind of consent, informed or otherwise, and it's second only to [[ILoveTheDead necrophilia]] in creepy factor. And some people deliberately set out to do this to people by SlippingAMickey into their drinks or otherwise rendering them unconscious before making their move.
15th Apr '17 7:52:37 AM Dravencour
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* The Bible has a female, incestous version in Genesis 19. There's no men around in the Wilderness so Lot's daughters form a plan. Get Dad so drunk he " was not aware of it when she lay down or when she got up." and have sex with him. This works twice on sucessive nights and they both get pregnant.

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* The Bible has a female, incestous version in Genesis 19. There's There are no men around in the Wilderness wilderness following the escape of Lot and his daughters from the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah, so Lot's daughters form a plan. Get Dad so drunk he " was "was not aware of it when she lay down or when she got up." and have sex with him. This works twice on sucessive nights and they both get pregnant.
31st Mar '17 8:39:19 AM JaysonBlaze
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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Metalocalypse}}'', Nathan Explosion's girlfriend falls down a very large flight of stairs and winds up in a coma. He still dates her, calling her "the perfect girlfriend", until she breaks up with him for another man. ''While still in the coma''.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Metalocalypse}}'', Nathan Explosion's girlfriend falls down a very large flight of stairs and winds up in a coma. He still dates her, calling her "the perfect girlfriend", until she breaks up with him for another man. ''While still in the coma''. The other man was ALSO in a coma too.
28th Mar '17 7:50:23 AM Theriocephalus
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* In ''Fanfic/TheElementsOfFriendship Book II: Chaoskompf'', when Twilight is using an out of body spell to explore the books of the Cult of Pi from within, Applejack is inspecting her unconscious body and nearly kisses her on instinct, before she's stopped. She's extremely embarrassed by it.

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* In ''Fanfic/TheElementsOfFriendship Book II: Chaoskompf'', Chaoskampf'', when Twilight is using an out of body spell to explore the books of the Cult of Pi from within, Applejack is inspecting her unconscious body and nearly kisses her on instinct, before she's stopped. She's extremely embarrassed by it.
24th Mar '17 1:58:02 AM WillBGood
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%% * [[http://suicideforhire.comicgenesis.com/d/20061227.html This]] disturbing throwaway line in ''Webcomic/SuicideForHire'', demonstrating the true levels of [[SickSadWorld Sick Sadness in the comic's world]]. %% Weblinks are not examples

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%% * [[http://suicideforhire.comicgenesis.com/d/20061227.html This]] disturbing throwaway line in ''Webcomic/SuicideForHire'', demonstrating the true levels of [[SickSadWorld Sick Sadness Crapsack in the comic's world]].world. %% Weblinks are not examples
2nd Feb '17 8:34:39 PM Discar
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** Parodied during the student film episode "The Adventures of Asahina Mikuru". The star is Mikuru as the battle waitress from the future, who faints at one point and is carried to the home of Itsuki Koizumi, her in-movie love-interest. After putting her to bed, he silently deliberates over this, and gets very close to kissing her. She is acting, though, and uncomfortably aware of it. He is belatedly interrupted by Yuki Nagato's character, although there was a good chance of our completely disgruntled cameraman (and in-series narrator) Kyon disrupting the scene. And that's not the only creepy part... As Kyon points out, after she is knocked unconscious, Koizumi took her to his house instead of calling an ambulance, undressed her, bathed her, and then redressed her before trying to kiss her.
*** In the novels and the rerun added episodes, this scene is slightly less humorous: Tsuruya and Haruhi spiked Mikuru's drink in order to 'improve her acting', which Kyon realizes from Mikuru's lack of resistance; he refuses to keep filming, and it's the only scene in the series where he becomes seriously angry with Haruhi, to the point of almost [[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu socking her in the face]] without realizing it before Koizumi stops him.
** Or, in the words of Yuki Nagato (sort of) herself: "You weren't going to kiss her, were you? 'Cuz she's unconscious. That would be really weird."
** Mikuru actually invokes this trope ''on herself'' in Bamboo Leaf Rhapsody. After she and Kyon travel back to [[ArcWords three years ago]], she falls unconscious. Her own future self appears and tells Kyon what to do. As a reward she says that he can kiss her (still unconscious) younger self if he wants to. I'm sure a lawyer, a philosopher, and a quantum physicist could have great fun getting drunk and discussing the ethical implications of this scenario.

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** Parodied during the student film episode "The Adventures of Asahina Mikuru". The star is Mikuru as the battle waitress from the future, who faints at one point and is carried to the home of Itsuki Koizumi, her in-movie love-interest. After putting her to bed, he silently deliberates over this, and gets very close to kissing her. She is acting, though, and uncomfortably aware of it. He is belatedly interrupted by Yuki Nagato's character, although there was a good chance of our completely disgruntled cameraman (and in-series narrator) Kyon disrupting the scene. And that's not the only creepy part... As Kyon points out, after she is knocked unconscious, Koizumi took her to his house instead of calling an ambulance, undressed her, bathed her, and then redressed her before trying to kiss her.
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her. When we see the novels and making of the rerun added episodes, movie, this scene is slightly becomes less humorous: Tsuruya and Haruhi spiked Mikuru's drink in order to 'improve her acting', which Kyon realizes from Mikuru's lack of resistance; he refuses to keep filming, and it's the only scene in the series where he becomes seriously angry with Haruhi, to the point of almost [[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu socking her in the face]] without realizing it before Koizumi stops him.
** Or, in the words of Yuki Nagato (sort of) herself: "You weren't going to kiss her, were you? 'Cuz she's unconscious. That would be really weird."
** Mikuru actually invokes this trope ''on herself'' in Bamboo Leaf Rhapsody. After she and Kyon travel back to [[ArcWords three years ago]], she falls unconscious. Her own future self appears and tells Kyon what to do. As a reward she says that he can kiss her (still unconscious) younger self if he wants to. I'm sure We don't see what he does, but a lawyer, a philosopher, and a quantum physicist could have great fun getting drunk and discussing the ethical implications of this scenario.
22nd Jan '17 3:01:58 PM Hungus
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* Pretty much the entire point of ''Film/SleepingBeauty'' (2011): a disaffected young woman takes a job in which she is sedated and [[DirtyOldMan wealthy clients]] are allowed to do whatever they wish with her, with the stipulation that they cannot leave any marks on her and cannot penetrate her (though this goes disturbingly unspecified).

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* Pretty much the entire point of ''Film/SleepingBeauty'' ''Film/SleepingBeauty2011'' (2011): a disaffected young woman takes a job in which she is sedated and [[DirtyOldMan wealthy clients]] are allowed to do whatever they wish with her, with the stipulation that they cannot leave any marks on her and cannot penetrate her (though this goes disturbingly unspecified).
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