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24th Apr '17 9:05:58 PM Valiona
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** [[VideoGame/{{Persona 5}} The fifth game]] has a large variety of minor antagonists with all manner of crimes to their names, whom the protagonists reform [[HeelFaceBrainwashing by stealing their hearts]]. These people include members of both genders, but not only are two of the more sympathetic targets female- Futaba[[note]]A suicidal girl who suffers from the erroneous belief that she killed her mother, and is essentially living proof that Palace rulers don't have to be evil[[/note]] and [[spoiler:Sae Niijima]][[note]]A cynical and bitter woman who hasn't committed any of the same crimes as the other major antagonists, and reforms on her own volition after a heartfelt plea from her younger sister, who saw stealing her heart as a way to save her[[/note]]- but while many of the other females you target terrible people, they aren't nearly as monstrous as the worst of the males.
20th Apr '17 1:38:34 AM Tuckerscreator
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* ''Film/ActOfValor'' sets up a group of suicide bombers intending to sneak into the United States. Out of 16 men and three women, the men are casually shot down while the women are given lingering closeups and scenes of themselves looking regretful, including one's TragicBackstory of wanting to reunite with her husband.

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* ''Film/ActOfValor'' sets up a group of suicide bombers intending to sneak into the United States. Out of 16 14 men and three women, the men are casually shot down while the women are given lingering closeups and scenes of themselves looking regretful, including one's TragicBackstory tragic backstory of wanting to reunite with her husband.
20th Apr '17 1:37:07 AM Tuckerscreator
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* ''Film/ActOfValor'' sets up a group of suicide bombers intending to sneak into the United States. Out of 16 men and three women, the men are casually shot down while the women are given lingering closeups and scenes of themselves looking regretful, including one's TragicBackstory of wanting to reunite with her husband.



* Jo speaks against this trope in ''Literature/LittleWomen'' where the men in the boarding house are discussing whether women should receive the vote. One of the men invokes this trope in favour of giving women the vote, while Jo says that women should not vote "because they are angels" but because it is their right as human beings.

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* Jo speaks against this trope in ''Literature/LittleWomen'' where the men in the boarding house are discussing whether women should receive the vote. One of the men invokes this trope in favour favor of giving women the vote, while Jo says that women should not vote "because they are angels" but because it is their right as human beings.
11th Apr '17 6:06:03 PM Tuckerscreator
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* ''{{Film/Noah}}'' is set in a world where humanity has grown so throughly wicked that God has decided to destroy it all and start over. Noah himself witnesses the cruelty of humanity, and comes to believe that all humans are too evil to be redeemed. However, all the atrocities seen in the film are committed by men, while women are present only as victims of massacre or rape. Additionally, when Noah cites his family's own sins as proof that they too are evil, the worst he can come up for the women is that [[MamaBear they would do anything to protect their children]].

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* ''{{Film/Noah}}'' is set in a world where humanity has grown so throughly thoroughly wicked that God has decided to destroy it all and start over. Noah himself witnesses the cruelty of humanity, and comes to believe that all humans are too evil to be redeemed. However, all the atrocities seen in the film are committed by men, while women are present only as victims of massacre or rape. Additionally, when Noah cites his family's own sins as proof that they too are evil, the worst he can come up for the women is that [[MamaBear they would do anything to protect their children]].
10th Apr '17 9:54:18 PM Tuckerscreator
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* ''{{Film/Noah}}'' is set in a world where humanity has grown so throughly wicked that God has decided to destroy it all and start over. Noah himself witnesses the cruelty of humanity, and comes to believe that all humans are too evil to be redeemed. However, all the atrocities seen in the film are committed by men, with women just there as either victims of massacre or rape. Additionally, when Noah cites his family's own sins as proof that they too are evil, the worst he can come up for the women is that [[MamaBear they would do anything to protect their children]].

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* ''{{Film/Noah}}'' is set in a world where humanity has grown so throughly wicked that God has decided to destroy it all and start over. Noah himself witnesses the cruelty of humanity, and comes to believe that all humans are too evil to be redeemed. However, all the atrocities seen in the film are committed by men, with while women just there are present only as either victims of massacre or rape. Additionally, when Noah cites his family's own sins as proof that they too are evil, the worst he can come up for the women is that [[MamaBear they would do anything to protect their children]].
2nd Apr '17 2:01:33 PM Tuckerscreator
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* ''{{Film/Noah}}'' is set in a world where humanity has grown so throughly wicked that God has decided to destroy it all and start over. Noah himself witnesses the cruelty of humanity, and comes to believe that all humans are too evil to be redeemed. However, all the atrocities seen in the film are committed by men, with women just there as either victims of massacre or rape. Additionally, when Noah cites his family's own sins as proof that they too are evil, the worst he can come up for the women is that [[MamaBear they would do anything to protect their children]].
7th Feb '17 7:45:07 PM Dawnwing
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* In ''WarriorCats'', villains are almost always male:

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* In ''WarriorCats'', ''Literature/WarriorCats'', villains are almost always male:
3rd Feb '17 3:30:38 PM PrincessGwen
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* Starting from the [[VideoGame/{{Persona 3}} third entry]] onward, the ''[[Franchise/ShinMegamiTenseiPersona Persona]]'' series started to adopt this mindset with it's villains. While male villains often are pretty vile or extreme with few exceptions, the female ones are treated either as tragic characters who end up villains due to circumstances beyond their control, or as in the case with [[spoiler:Izanami]], ultimately [[WellIntentionedExtremist well-intentioned]] but misguided.

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* Starting from the [[VideoGame/{{Persona 3}} third entry]] onward, the ''[[Franchise/ShinMegamiTenseiPersona Persona]]'' series started to adopt this mindset with it's its villains. While male villains often are pretty vile or extreme with few exceptions, the female ones are treated either as tragic characters who end up villains due to circumstances beyond their control, or as in the case with [[spoiler:Izanami]], ultimately [[WellIntentionedExtremist well-intentioned]] but misguided.
1st Feb '17 1:12:37 AM matteste
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* Starting from the [[VideoGame/{{Persona 3}} third entry]] onward, the ''[[Franchise/ShinMegamiTenseiPersona Persona]]'' series started to adopt this mindset with it's villains. While male villains often are pretty vile or extreme with few exceptions, the female ones are treated either as tragic characters who end up villains due to circumstances beyond their control, or as in the case with [[spoiler:Izanami]], ultimately [[WellIntentionedExtremist well-intentioned]].

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* Starting from the [[VideoGame/{{Persona 3}} third entry]] onward, the ''[[Franchise/ShinMegamiTenseiPersona Persona]]'' series started to adopt this mindset with it's villains. While male villains often are pretty vile or extreme with few exceptions, the female ones are treated either as tragic characters who end up villains due to circumstances beyond their control, or as in the case with [[spoiler:Izanami]], ultimately [[WellIntentionedExtremist well-intentioned]].well-intentioned]] but misguided.
1st Feb '17 1:11:49 AM matteste
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* Starting from the [[VideoGame/{{Persona 3}} third entry]] onward, the ''[[Franchise/ShinMegamiTenseiPersona Persona]]'' series started to adopt this mindset with it's villains. While male villains often are pretty vile or extreme with few exceptions, the female ones are treated either as tragic characters who end up villains due to circumstances beyond their control, or as in the case with [[spoiler:Izanami]], ultimately [[WellIntentionedExtremist well-intentioned]].
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