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17th Jan '17 4:56:11 PM nombretomado
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* Ivan Korshunov kisses and strokes the cheek of the First Daughter in ''Film/AirForceOne'', causing her mother to recoil in disgust. Does not help that Korshunov is played by GaryOldman, and that the First Daughter is established as being 12 years old.

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* Ivan Korshunov kisses and strokes the cheek of the First Daughter in ''Film/AirForceOne'', causing her mother to recoil in disgust. Does not help that Korshunov is played by GaryOldman, Creator/GaryOldman, and that the First Daughter is established as being 12 years old.
14th Jan '17 3:20:58 PM TheNerevarine
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* Invoked by pretty much all villains in ''Manga/UchiNoMusumeNiTeODasuNa'' against the main protagonists Athena and Clara. Despite being super powerful and nearly invincible {{flying brick}}s, their only [[WeaksauceWeakness weakness]] is being groped or molested; it doesn't matter how strong their enemy is, if the heroines are grabbed inappropriately, they become almost completely defenseless. Therefore, the NebulousEvilOrganization have their monsters, robots and supervillains designed with the function to molest them.
13th Jan '17 11:41:08 AM TheNerevarine
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* In ''ComicBook/LadyDeath: Judgment War'', {{Satan}} managed to capture Hope and suspend her in chains with the intent of turning her into his bride, with [[http://static6.comicvine.com/uploads/original/1/15776/362094-127906-lady-death.jpg the panel saying it all]].
5th Jan '17 5:53:30 PM jormis29
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* Relating to the anime example above, both of the American sequel series to the original ''Voltron'', ''VoltronTheThirdDimension'' and ''WesternAnimation/VoltronForce'', involve Prince Lotor continually attempting to capture Princess Allura and make her marry him. At one point, Lotor captures Allura's near-identical distant cousin Rommel. He's shown taking her out a door, and then there's a scream....

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* Relating to the anime example above, both of the American sequel series to the original ''Voltron'', ''VoltronTheThirdDimension'' ''Anime/{{Voltron}}'', ''WesternAnimation/VoltronTheThirdDimension'' and ''WesternAnimation/VoltronForce'', involve Prince Lotor continually attempting to capture Princess Allura and make her marry him. At one point, Lotor captures Allura's near-identical distant cousin Rommel. He's shown taking her out a door, and then there's a scream....
5th Jan '17 3:03:48 PM upupandaway42
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* [[SubvertedTrope Subverted]] in ''Film/BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice'', as Comicbook/LexLuthor seems at first to be doing this when he kidnaps Comicbook/LoisLane, calling her "pretty" and creepily [[PervertedSniffing sniffing her hair]] (although it's left ambiguous whether this is genuine attraction, or just [[{{Troll}} him screwing with her]]) but he quickly just shoves her off [[MegaCorp LexCorp]] Tower, as ultimately his only real interest in her is as bait for Comicbook/{{Superman}}.
1st Jan '17 7:02:46 AM Morgenthaler
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** In season 2 episode ''Halloween'', Pirate!Larry has the upper hand on Buffy turned DamselInDistress, drooling over her with the words "pretty. pretty pretty" until Soldier!Xander steps in and beats him up.

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** In season 2 episode ''Halloween'', "Halloween", Pirate!Larry has the upper hand on Buffy turned DamselInDistress, drooling over her with the words "pretty. pretty pretty" until Soldier!Xander steps in and beats him up.
1st Jan '17 7:02:31 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''AmericanGothic'': A disturbing inversion of this occurs. Not only is there no hero in sight to show up and save [[PluckyGirl Gail]] from sexual ravishment by MagnificentBastard Sheriff Buck -- since Dr. Crower a) is absolutely clueless about what is developing between them, b) has his own problems and c) is never even implied to have any interest in Gail other than as a friend -- but Gail ''actually wants it.'' (Because, of course, EvilIsSexy and EvilFeelsGood.) The fact she is willing, overcome by her desires, and unable to resist Buck, however, does not stop the scene in question from being depraved: it [[DoubleEntendre takes place in a garden]] replete with unsettling statuary, and the DiscretionShot used throughout is downright surreal, with imagery that switched from {{symbolism}} to MindScrew territory.

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* ''AmericanGothic'': ''Series/AmericanGothic1995'': A disturbing inversion of this occurs. Not only is there no hero in sight to show up and save [[PluckyGirl Gail]] from sexual ravishment by MagnificentBastard Sheriff Buck -- since Dr. Crower a) is absolutely clueless about what is developing between them, b) has his own problems and c) is never even implied to have any interest in Gail other than as a friend -- but Gail ''actually wants it.'' (Because, of course, EvilIsSexy and EvilFeelsGood.) The fact she is willing, overcome by her desires, and unable to resist Buck, however, does not stop the scene in question from being depraved: it [[DoubleEntendre takes place in a garden]] replete with unsettling statuary, and the DiscretionShot used throughout is downright surreal, with imagery that switched from {{symbolism}} to MindScrew territory.
21st Dec '16 11:37:30 AM Xtifr
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* In the last book in the ''Literature/ChroniclesOfPrydain'', ''The High King.'' The outlaw Dorath threatens to rape Princess Eilonwy and have her raped by his fellows "until she is a match for a swineherd." A variation in that Dorath never states precisely what it is he intends to do to her; only says he intends to "remove her charms." The dialogue is written just vaguely enough that the book's younger readers only know that Eilonwy is in danger, without knowing the specifics that might traumatize them. Older readers can ferret out Dorath's meaning for themselves, as Eilonwy did.

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* In the last book in the ''Literature/ChroniclesOfPrydain'', ''Literature/TheChroniclesOfPrydain'', ''The High King.'' The outlaw Dorath threatens to rape Princess Eilonwy and have her raped by his fellows "until she is a match for a swineherd." A variation in that Dorath never states precisely what it is he intends to do to her; only says he intends to "remove her charms." The dialogue is written just vaguely enough that the book's younger readers only know that Eilonwy is in danger, without knowing the specifics that might traumatize them. Older readers can ferret out Dorath's meaning for themselves, as Eilonwy did.
29th Nov '16 7:39:05 PM nombretomado
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* ''ConanTheBarbarian''

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* ''ConanTheBarbarian''''Literature/ConanTheBarbarian''
15th Nov '16 11:56:03 AM Truffle
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* Gorman to Beth in ''Series/TheWalkingDead''. When they first meet, he expects to be thanked for "rescuing" her. When that doesn't work, he approaches her while she's alone and attempts to [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything force a lollipop, which he had previously sucked, into her unwilling mouth.]] Finally he corners her in Dawn's office, where he tries to rape her as a means of blackmail.
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