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13th Apr '18 8:47:09 AM Pichu-kun
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* In ''Manga/ASilentVoice'' [[spoiler: Shouko]] experiences internalized [[spoiler:ableism]] as she feels that her [[spoiler:deafness]] has dragged down and hurt others and that everyone would be better of without her, eventually, causing her to be ''DrivenToSuicide''. She's {{interrupted|Suicide}}, however. Her character arc has her learning to deal with this internalized ableism.

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* In ''Manga/ASilentVoice'' [[spoiler: Shouko]] experiences internalized [[spoiler:ableism]] as she feels that her [[spoiler:deafness]] has dragged down and hurt others and that everyone would be better of without her, eventually, causing her to be ''DrivenToSuicide''. She's {{interrupted|Suicide}}, however. Her character arc has her learning to deal with this internalized ableism.[[spoiler:ableism]].
10th Apr '18 1:18:47 PM Twiddler
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* Internalized Sexism: Women or men hating themselves simply for being born into a certain gender, or deny themselves everything that doesn't fit into a very narrow gender role. (This hatred is about a belief that the gender is inferior or evil or "supposed to behave" in a very limited way, not about being a {{Transsexual}} and actually desiring to be another sex.) AllMenArePerverts or AllWomenAreLustful might be used as excuses. For the non-internalized version, see HeManWomanHater and DoesNotLikeMen. See also FemaleMisogynist.

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* Internalized Sexism: Women or men hating themselves simply for being born into a certain gender, or deny themselves everything that doesn't fit into a very narrow gender role. (This hatred is about a belief that the gender is inferior or evil or "supposed to behave" in a very limited way, not about being a {{Transsexual}} {{Transgender}} and actually desiring to be another sex.) AllMenArePerverts or AllWomenAreLustful might be used as excuses. For the non-internalized version, see HeManWomanHater and DoesNotLikeMen. See also FemaleMisogynist.
31st Mar '18 7:47:17 AM Pichu-kun
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* In ''Manga/ASilentVoice'' [[spoiler: Shouko experiences internalized ableism as she feels that her deafness has dragged down and hurt others and that everyone would be better of without her, eventually, causing her to be ''DrivenToSuicide''.]]

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* In ''Manga/ASilentVoice'' [[spoiler: Shouko Shouko]] experiences internalized ableism [[spoiler:ableism]] as she feels that her deafness [[spoiler:deafness]] has dragged down and hurt others and that everyone would be better of without her, eventually, causing her to be ''DrivenToSuicide''.]]''DrivenToSuicide''. She's {{interrupted|Suicide}}, however. Her character arc has her learning to deal with this internalized ableism.
29th Mar '18 11:12:47 AM ShireNomad
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** Internalized sexism, and a desire to escape it by any means, is at least part of Janice Lester's motive in "Turnabout Intruder." Even more so in hindsight: as female [[Series/StarTrekEnterprise captains]] (and [[Series/StarTrekDiscovery admirals]]!) now canonically existed prior to the time frame of the episode, one interpretation is that she self-sabotaged her career in the assumption she couldn't succeed.



* This is one of Homeworld's favorite tricks in ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse''. You are your category: Quartz gems fight, Peridots are technicians, [[spoiler:Pearls are servants]]. Even those gems who turn their back on Homeworld find it nearly impossible to shake off the idea; [[spoiler:Ruby]] still downplays her own importance (as her Gem type is extremely common on Homeworld) almost six ''thousand'' years later.

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* This is one of Homeworld's favorite tricks in ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse''. You are your category: Quartz gems fight, Peridots are technicians, [[spoiler:Pearls are servants]]. Even those gems who turn their back on Homeworld find it nearly impossible to shake off the idea; [[spoiler:Ruby]] still downplays her own importance (as her Gem type is extremely common on Homeworld) almost six ''thousand'' years later.later, and [[spoiler:Pearl frequently sunk into a self-sacrificial mindset in thinking of herself as "Rose's"]].
15th Feb '18 10:27:13 PM emmaliza
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* Internalized Homophobia: Gays who hate themselves and/or believe they have to do destructive things like having lots of unsafe sex with strangers because they have been taught that "that's how gay people are". For the non-internalized version, see HeteronormativeCrusader.

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* Internalized Homophobia: Gays who hate themselves and/or believe they have to do destructive things like having lots of unsafe sex with strangers because they have been taught that "that's how gay people are". For the non-internalized version, see HeteronormativeCrusader. See also ArmouredClosetGay.
31st Jan '18 1:15:56 PM ZoeTropeTO
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* The titular superhumans in ''Literature/{{Exhuman}}'' are literally unstoppable for a short period after getting their powers. America's answer to this problem was a systematic indoctrination and brainwashing campaign, from school safety drills to nursery rhymes, with the aim to convince people that if they ever turn Exhuman, they should give themselves up. Those few that do become Exhuman but don't die have a lifetime of brainwashing to cope with.
13th Jan '18 7:20:19 PM AgentKyles
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Compare CategoryTraitor, AggressiveCategorism, IJustWantToBeNormal, CondescendingCompassion and ThenLetMeBeEvil.

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Compare CategoryTraitor, AggressiveCategorism, IJustWantToBeNormal, CondescendingCompassion and ThenLetMeBeEvil.
ThenLetMeBeEvil. Contrast IAmWhatIAm.
13th Jan '18 3:50:46 AM IdumeanPatriot
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* In military science fiction ''Literature/{{Victoria}}'', the characters from the LadyLand Azania are proud of their freedom from male domination, and see their separatist republic as an example and hope for women everywhere. They are surprised to learn that in their main adversary state, the reactionary Northern Confederation, it is women's groups who agitate most tenaciously and effectively for war against Azania, [[FemaleMisogynist viewing the very idea of an Amazonian nation as unnatural and ungodly.]]
3rd Jan '18 7:12:48 AM Asherinka
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** ''Film/TheIncredibleHulk'': [[TheSmartGuy Bruce Banner]] considers the Hulk to be a monster because he's, you know, a giant green rage monster that's killed a lot of people.
** [[AxeCrazy Loki]] was raised in an atmosphere of profound racism against Frost Giants, so finding out that he actually ''was'' one at an already incredibly stressful point in his life led to him cracking up. In ''Film/TheAvengers2012'', Loki shows signs of projecting ''heavily'' onto Banner vis-a-vis the concept of embracing one's own monstrosity. Points for ComicBook/{{SHIELD}} detaining him in their prefab Hulk cage.

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** ''Film/TheIncredibleHulk'': [[TheSmartGuy Bruce Banner]] considers the Hulk [[Characters/MCUTheHulk Hulk]] to be a monster because he's, you know, a giant green rage monster that's killed a lot of people.
** [[AxeCrazy [[Characters/MCULoki Loki]] was raised in an atmosphere of profound racism against Frost Giants, so finding out that he actually ''was'' one at an already incredibly stressful point in his life led to him cracking up. In ''Film/TheAvengers2012'', Loki shows signs of projecting ''heavily'' onto Banner vis-a-vis the concept of embracing one's own monstrosity. Points for ComicBook/{{SHIELD}} detaining him in their prefab Hulk cage.
29th Dec '17 6:29:54 PM JackG
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* ''Series/StarTrekVoyager''. Episodes "Faces", "Barge of the Dead" and "Lineage" imply that B'Elanna Torres loathes her Klingon side, blaming it for much that goes wrong in her life. She becomes more accepting by the end of "Prophecy", when she meets a Klingon who coaxes her into exploring her culture again.
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