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20th Mar '16 2:24:03 PM Eievie
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* ''Series/PrettyLittleLiars'': Stepsiblings Jenna Marshall and Toby Cavanaugh.

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* ''Series/PrettyLittleLiars'': *''Series/PrettyLittleLiars'': Stepsiblings Jenna Marshall and Toby Cavanaugh.



:: Because AllAbusersAreMale and DoubleStandardRapeFemaleOnMale, it's assumed that Toby was the [[SexualExtortion perpetrator]]. He wasn't.

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:: ::: Because AllAbusersAreMale and DoubleStandardRapeFemaleOnMale, it's assumed that Toby was the [[SexualExtortion perpetrator]]. He wasn't.
20th Mar '16 2:23:02 PM Eievie
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[-[[caption-width-right:350:Martin's feeling the brotherly warmth...in his pants.]]-]

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[-[[caption-width-right:350:Martin's feeling the brotherly warmth...warmth… in his pants.]]-]



People who become step-siblings at a very young age and grow up together are more likely to consider each other truly siblings and thus off limits for dating. (Plus, if it happened at a young enough age, the WestermarckEffect may be involved.) Since the instinctive biological aversion to mating with a sibling or childhood friend is highly dependent on actually being raised in close proximity to said sibling/childhood friend, this can be TruthInTelevision for many 'siblings' whose parents married during or after their puberty, though they rarely end up becoming an official couple due to social factors.

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People who become step-siblings at a very young age and grow up together are more likely to consider each other truly siblings and thus off limits for dating. (Plus, if it happened at a young enough age, the WestermarckEffect may be involved.) Since the instinctive biological aversion to mating with a sibling or childhood friend is highly dependent on actually being raised in close proximity to said sibling/childhood friend, this can be TruthInTelevision for many 'siblings' stepsiblings whose parents married during or after their puberty, though they rarely end up becoming an official couple due to social factors.



* This is the starting point of an h-manga titled ''Giri Giri Sisters'': [[{{Tsundere}} Mion]] has fallen in love with her classmate Tsukasa, but [[CanNotSpitItOut before she gets up the nerve to confess]], her widowed or divorced mother marries his widowed or divorced father. Compounding the problem, her younger but much curvier sister Kotone is also hot for their new stepbrother, and not at all shy about saying so and demonstrating it. The good news is, Kotone's not just willing but eager to [[{{Polyamory}} share Tsukasa with her big sister]]....

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* This is the starting point of an h-manga titled ''Giri Giri Sisters'': [[{{Tsundere}} Mion]] has fallen in love with her classmate Tsukasa, but [[CanNotSpitItOut before she gets up the nerve to confess]], her widowed or divorced mother marries his widowed or divorced father. Compounding the problem, her younger but much curvier sister Kotone is also hot for their new stepbrother, and not at all shy about saying so and demonstrating it. The good news is, Kotone's not just willing but eager to [[{{Polyamory}} share Tsukasa with her big sister]]....sister…]]



* Another rated manga example, ''Ai Don't Koi'' from Yasuhira Nakanishi. The main character struggles between two choices: one is his [[ChildhoodFriendRomance Unlucky Childhood Friend]] whom he always thinks of as a little sister, another is the girl whom he had a gigantic crush on - until her mother married his [[TheCasanova father]].

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* Another rated manga example, ''Ai Don't Koi'' from Yasuhira Nakanishi. The main character struggles between two choices: one is his [[ChildhoodFriendRomance Unlucky Childhood Friend]] whom he always thinks of as a little sister, another is the girl whom he had a gigantic crush on - until on--until her mother married his [[TheCasanova father]].



* ''Drive Me Crazy'' has a variant of this -- [[spoiler: the two teenagers have a mostly-normal romance, and their parents get married at the ''end'' of the movie.]]

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* ''Drive Me Crazy'' has a variant of this -- [[spoiler: this--[[spoiler: the two teenagers have a mostly-normal romance, and their parents get married at the ''end'' of the movie.]]



* In the 18th-century French FairyTale novella ''Princess Lionette and Prince Coquerico'', the protagonists, Lionette and Coquerico, are stepsiblings. About midway through the story, it's revealed that Coquerico's mother, after handing over her son to the fairy Cornue, met Lionette's father and married him. (And, being a fairy tale, WickedStepmother comes into play, with Coquerico's mother devising the plan to get rid of Lionette.) This revelation does not prevent Lionette and Coquerico from falling madly in love with each other - the two of them get married at the end of the story.

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* In the 18th-century French FairyTale novella ''Princess Lionette and Prince Coquerico'', the protagonists, Lionette and Coquerico, are stepsiblings. About midway through the story, it's revealed that Coquerico's mother, after handing over her son to the fairy Cornue, met Lionette's father and married him. (And, being a fairy tale, WickedStepmother comes into play, with Coquerico's mother devising the plan to get rid of Lionette.) This revelation does not prevent Lionette and Coquerico from falling madly in love with each other - the other--the two of them get married at the end of the story.



* ''Series/TheFosters'': Callie and Brendan are foster siblings rather than step siblings, but they follow this trope to a T; they even [[SecretRelationship date secretly at one point.]] Because they're the FanPreferredCouple, the show-writers do everything within their power to prevent Callie's adoption papers from being finalized and making their sexual tension officially incestuous.


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*''Series/PrettyLittleLiars'': Stepsiblings Jenna Marshall and Toby Cavanaugh.
-->'''Aria:''' Toby and Jenna had a relationship.\\
'''Spencer:''' Way beyond step-siblings.\\
'''Aria:''' Yeah, they… were involved.\\
'''Emily:''' Romantically?\\
'''Spencer:''' I doubt I'd call it ''romantic''--I doubt she had much of a choice.
:: Because AllAbusersAreMale and DoubleStandardRapeFemaleOnMale, it's assumed that Toby was the [[SexualExtortion perpetrator]]. He wasn't.
-->'''Jenna:''' You need to be home. Where you're safe.\\
'''Toby:''' You could chain me to this porch and I'd still never touch you like that again.
7th Feb '16 10:25:12 AM BlackSunNocturne
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* In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'' [[spoiler:Any marriage between the Avatar and their Hoshido "siblings" is revealed to be this, and not [[BrotherSisterIncest what they originally thought]].]] Additionally, the Avatar and their Nohr siblings are this as well.
16th Dec '15 5:45:53 PM jewishenjolras
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* ''Series/TheFosters'': Callie and Brendan are foster siblings rather than step siblings, but they follow this trope to a T; they even [[SecretRelationship date secretly at one point.]] Because they're the [[FanPreferredCouple]], the show-writers do everything within their power to prevent Callie's adoption papers from being finalized and making their sexual tension officially incestuous.

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* ''Series/TheFosters'': Callie and Brendan are foster siblings rather than step siblings, but they follow this trope to a T; they even [[SecretRelationship date secretly at one point.]] Because they're the [[FanPreferredCouple]], FanPreferredCouple, the show-writers do everything within their power to prevent Callie's adoption papers from being finalized and making their sexual tension officially incestuous.
16th Dec '15 5:45:03 PM jewishenjolras
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* ''Series/TheFosters'': Callie and Brendan are foster siblings rather than step siblings, but they follow this trope to a T; they even [[SecretRelationship date secretly at one point.]] Because they're the [[Fan Preferred Couple]], the show-writers do everything within their power to prevent Callie's adoption papers from being finalized and making their sexual tension officially incestuous.

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* ''Series/TheFosters'': Callie and Brendan are foster siblings rather than step siblings, but they follow this trope to a T; they even [[SecretRelationship date secretly at one point.]] Because they're the [[Fan Preferred Couple]], [[FanPreferredCouple]], the show-writers do everything within their power to prevent Callie's adoption papers from being finalized and making their sexual tension officially incestuous.
16th Dec '15 5:44:00 PM jewishenjolras
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* ''Series/TheFosters'': Callie and Brendan are foster siblings rather than step siblings, but they follow this trope to a T; they even [[SecretRelationship date secretly at one point.]] Because they're the [[Fan Preferred Couple]], the show-writers do everything within their power to prevent Callie's adoption papers from being finalized and making their sexual tension officially incestuous.



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26th Oct '15 2:12:56 PM cococrisp
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* In the 18th-century French FairyTale novella ''Princess Lionette and Prince Coquerico'', the protagonists, Lionette and Coquerico, are stepsiblings. About midway through the story, it's revealed that Coquerico's mother, after handing over her son to the fairy Cornue, met Lionette's father and married him. (And, being a fairy tale, WickedStepmother comes into play, with Coquerico's mother devising the plan to get rid of Lionette.) This does not prevent Lionette and Coquerico from falling madly in love with each other - the two of them get married at the end of the story.

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* In the 18th-century French FairyTale novella ''Princess Lionette and Prince Coquerico'', the protagonists, Lionette and Coquerico, are stepsiblings. About midway through the story, it's revealed that Coquerico's mother, after handing over her son to the fairy Cornue, met Lionette's father and married him. (And, being a fairy tale, WickedStepmother comes into play, with Coquerico's mother devising the plan to get rid of Lionette.) This revelation does not prevent Lionette and Coquerico from falling madly in love with each other - the two of them get married at the end of the story.
26th Oct '15 2:12:19 PM cococrisp
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* In the 18th-century French FairyTale novella ''Princess Lionette and Prince Coquerico'', the protagonists, Lionette and Coquerico, are stepsiblings. About midway through the story, it's revealed that Coquerico's mother, after handing over her son to the fairy Cornue, met Lionette's father and married him. (And, being a fairy tale, WickedStepmother comes into play, with Coquerico's mother devising the plan to get rid of Lionette.) This does not prevent Lionette and Coquerico from falling madly in love with each other - the two of them get married at the end of the story.
23rd Oct '15 12:49:21 PM Chariset
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[-[[caption-width-right:350:Martin's feeling the step-brotherly love...in his pants.]]-]

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[-[[caption-width-right:350:Martin's feeling the step-brotherly love...brotherly warmth...in his pants.]]-]
9th Oct '15 3:44:01 PM Pichu-kun
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* Yuzu and Mei from ''Manga/{{Citrus}}'' are two step-sisters who have to deal with their attraction to each other. Yuzu [[BiTheWay only liked males]] until she [[ClosetKey met Mei]].
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