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21st Jun '16 12:35:00 PM Morgenthaler
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* In ''GoneWithTheWind'', at one point Rhett points out to Scarlett after she tries the LysistrataGambit that he'll just go to the brothel if she won't do her wifely duties.

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* In ''GoneWithTheWind'', ''Literature/GoneWithTheWind'', at one point Rhett points out to Scarlett after she tries the LysistrataGambit that he'll just go to the brothel if she won't do her wifely duties.



* IncarnationsOfImmortality: when a pair of female characters are turned male, they are barely restrained from ''raping the first woman they see''. They come to the conclusion that all the men they've ever known had almost superhuman levels of self-control for keeping that urge in check. This is par for the course in a lot of Piers Anthony's work - that a man's default mental setting is "RAPE" and only the most noble can resist those urges for reasons other than "fear of getting caught."

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* IncarnationsOfImmortality: ''Literature/IncarnationsOfImmortality'': when a pair of female characters are turned male, they are barely restrained from ''raping the first woman they see''. They come to the conclusion that all the men they've ever known had almost superhuman levels of self-control for keeping that urge in check. This is par for the course in a lot of Piers Anthony's work - that a man's default mental setting is "RAPE" and only the most noble can resist those urges for reasons other than "fear of getting caught."
31st May '16 3:28:10 PM margdean56
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* Sheik Taj Din al-Hilali and his infamous [[http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/nation/muslim-leader-blames-women-for-sex-attacks/story-e6frg6nf-1111112419114 "cat and uncovered meat"]] parable wherein he blamed cases of sexual assualt solely on women themselves because of their immodest dressing habits and alluring behavior. Intentionally or not, he basically implied that men shouldn't be expected to exercise any kind of restraint whatsoever.

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* Sheik Taj Din al-Hilali and his infamous [[http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/nation/muslim-leader-blames-women-for-sex-attacks/story-e6frg6nf-1111112419114 "cat and uncovered meat"]] parable wherein he blamed cases of sexual assualt assault solely on women themselves because of their immodest dressing habits and alluring behavior. Intentionally or not, he basically implied that men shouldn't be expected to exercise any kind of restraint whatsoever.
18th May '16 3:00:47 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* In one episode of ''NewsRadio'', Lisa discovers issues of Penthouse Magazine in Dave's desk (who was simply keeping them hidden until he can figure out who left them on his desk). When she frets over why Dave would keep such things around, Beth tells her that a man can get sick if they don't look at porn frequently enough. That's what her boyfriend told her. In the end, they turned out to belong to Beth, who was doing research for a Penthouse letter she was writing that "Starts out about golf, but then it ''meanders''..."

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* In one episode of ''NewsRadio'', ''Series/NewsRadio'', Lisa discovers issues of Penthouse Magazine in Dave's desk (who was simply keeping them hidden until he can figure out who left them on his desk). When she frets over why Dave would keep such things around, Beth tells her that a man can get sick if they don't look at porn frequently enough. That's what her boyfriend told her. In the end, they turned out to belong to Beth, who was doing research for a Penthouse letter she was writing that "Starts out about golf, but then it ''meanders''..."
8th May '16 11:27:08 AM Morgenthaler
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* Mentioned in ''CitySlickers'' and not played for laughs, even though it's a comedy. The girl Phil was having sex with shows up at Mitch's birthday party after a [[LawOfInverseFertility missed period]] and reveals the affair to everyone there, including Phil's wife. They have a very bitter shouting match that ends with the following exchange:

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* Mentioned in ''CitySlickers'' ''Film/CitySlickers'' and not played for laughs, even though it's a comedy. The girl Phil was having sex with shows up at Mitch's birthday party after a [[LawOfInverseFertility missed period]] and reveals the affair to everyone there, including Phil's wife. They have a very bitter shouting match that ends with the following exchange:
24th Apr '16 2:09:52 PM DarkHunter
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* Deconstructed in the webcomic ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive''. Having believed for years that her father had an affair because men couldn't control their urges, due largely to her [[DoesNotLikeMen misandric]] mother, Susan took the opportunity to [[GenderBender swap genders]] for one evening to test the theory out. Initially, this trope was played straight and Susan was suddenly full of perverted thoughts immediately after transformation (as forewarned by Tedd). However, after being male for several hours, she concluded there was hardly any difference and could no longer blame her father's actions on his gender.

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* Deconstructed in the webcomic ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive''. Having believed for years that her father had an affair because men couldn't control their urges, due largely to her [[DoesNotLikeMen misandric]] mother, Susan took the opportunity to [[GenderBender swap genders]] for one evening to test the theory out. Initially, this trope was played straight and Susan was suddenly full of perverted thoughts immediately after transformation (as forewarned by Tedd).Tedd: the transformation causes a rush of unfamiliar hormones at first). However, after being male for several hours, she concluded there was hardly any difference and could no longer blame her father's actions on his gender.
15th Apr '16 12:53:55 PM MajinAkuma
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* ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaStrikerS'': [[BigBad Scaglietti]] justifies this trope to explain how the high priest who was guarding [[CrystalDragonJesus Olivie Sägebrecht's]] DNA got seduced by Due, who was infiltrating the Saint's Church as a NaughtyNun.
2nd Apr '16 11:14:31 AM nombretomado
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* In {{Eastenders}} the character of 'Aunt Sal' goes back to her cheating husband after only a few days because she decides that she is partly to blame for not "making more of an effort".

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* In {{Eastenders}} ''Series/EastEnders'' the character of 'Aunt Sal' goes back to her cheating husband after only a few days because she decides that she is partly to blame for not "making more of an effort".
14th Mar '16 10:25:26 AM TrustBen
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* Devo's "Triumph of the Will" uncovers the [[AllMenAreRapists implications]] of this trope:

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* Devo's Music/{{Devo}}'s "Triumph of the Will" uncovers the [[AllMenAreRapists implications]] of this trope:



* Joe Jackson's song "Biology", which features the lyrics:

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* Joe Jackson's Music/JoeJackson's song "Biology", which features the lyrics:



* In {{Sublime}}'s "Wrong Way", "I am only a man" is the narrator's excuse for spending the night with a ''14-year-old'' prostitute. If one is feeling very generous, one could interpret it to mean "I am only mortal and imperfect" as opposed to meaning being male specifically. If one is feeling ''very'' generous.

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* In {{Sublime}}'s Music/{{Sublime}}'s "Wrong Way", "I am only a man" is the narrator's excuse for spending the night with a ''14-year-old'' prostitute. If one is feeling very generous, one could interpret it to mean "I am only mortal and imperfect" as opposed to meaning being male specifically. If one is feeling ''very'' generous.
8th Mar '16 5:06:43 AM Adept
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* ''{{Psychostick}}'' explains it right in the title of their song ''"Because Boobs"''.

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* ''{{Psychostick}}'' ''Music/{{Psychostick}}'' explains it right in the title of their song ''"Because Boobs"''.
17th Jan '16 10:17:57 AM nombretomado
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* In ''TheTudors'', Queen Anne Boleyn refuses to have sex with her husband, the king, when she is pregnant. He immediately has sex with another woman. When Anne complains to her father, her father explains that it is natural for a man, and ''expected'' for a king.
* The detectives of ''LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit'' generally act as if this is a universal truth that's written in stone and handed down by God itself. More than one of their "early-in-the-episode red herring suspects" are only suspects because they said something along the lines of "Yes, believe it or not I actually turned down a chance to have sex when such a chance became available to me", and the detectives react with a "Pshh... right... sure you did, you lying bastard."

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* In ''TheTudors'', ''Series/TheTudors'', Queen Anne Boleyn refuses to have sex with her husband, the king, when she is pregnant. He immediately has sex with another woman. When Anne complains to her father, her father explains that it is natural for a man, and ''expected'' for a king.
* The detectives of ''LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit'' ''Series/LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit'' generally act as if this is a universal truth that's written in stone and handed down by God itself. More than one of their "early-in-the-episode red herring suspects" are only suspects because they said something along the lines of "Yes, believe it or not I actually turned down a chance to have sex when such a chance became available to me", and the detectives react with a "Pshh... right... sure you did, you lying bastard."
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