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23rd Feb '18 9:09:17 PM vexusdylandasecond
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** Portica is still a bit of a tomboy, but she is also into jewelry, outfits, and isn't above gossiping.



** Portica is still a bit of a tomboy, but she is also into jewelry, outfits, and isn't above gossiping.
23rd Feb '18 9:08:53 PM vexusdylandasecond
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* ''WebAnimation/DSBTInsaniT'': Portica is the Light Feminine, and Killdra is the Dark Feminine.
** Killdra acts very dull and sarcastic, but she still has a girly side to her, like squeeing about music.
** Portica is still a bit of a tomboy, but she is also into jewelry, outfits, and isn't above gossiping.
18th Feb '18 11:23:17 AM DarkPhoenix94
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* In ''Ghosts of the Past'', sequel to ''Fanfic/ChildOfTheStorm'', has Jean as the [[NiceGirl Light Feminine]] in both personality and dress sense to [[spoiler: Maddie, a.k.a. Rachel Grey, Jean's stolen at birth twin sister]], the [[TykeBomb Dark Feminine.]]

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* In ''Ghosts of the Past'', sequel to ''Fanfic/ChildOfTheStorm'', has Jean as the [[NiceGirl Light Feminine]] in both personality (sweet, affectionate, and generally lovely) and dress sense (favouring warm colours, greens and reds in particular) to [[spoiler: Maddie, a.k.a. Rachel Grey, Jean's stolen at birth twin sister]], the [[TykeBomb Dark Feminine.]]Feminine]], who's darker, grimmer, and more brooding, and generally favouring cold colours.
3rd Feb '18 1:05:43 PM nombretomado
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* ''Franchise/MonsterHigh'' plays with this trope. While Draculaura dresses mostly in Black clothing, she is actually [[WordOfGod Light feminine]]. Whereas Cleo Is Dark feminine, despite wearing a lot of glittery gold... and being deathly afraid of the dark.

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* ''Franchise/MonsterHigh'' ''Toys/MonsterHigh'' plays with this trope. While Draculaura dresses mostly in Black clothing, she is actually [[WordOfGod Light feminine]]. Whereas Cleo Is Dark feminine, despite wearing a lot of glittery gold... and being deathly afraid of the dark.
27th Jan '18 8:27:26 PM DarkPhoenix94
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* In ''Ghosts of the Past'', sequel to ''Fanfic/ChildOfTheStorm'', has Jean as the [[NiceGirl Light Feminine]] in both personality and dress sense to [[spoiler: Maddie, a.k.a. Rachel Grey, Jean's stolen at birth twin sister]], the [[TykeBomb Dark Feminine.]]
26th Jan '18 7:06:23 PM nombretomado
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-->'''Shiho''': Ruriko Daichi, the person known as Japan's MarilynMonroe in terms of sensuality... [[LampshadeHanging She is the opposite of the pure and innocent Sayuri Nagasawa.]]

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-->'''Shiho''': Ruriko Daichi, the person known as Japan's MarilynMonroe Creator/MarilynMonroe in terms of sensuality... [[LampshadeHanging She is the opposite of the pure and innocent Sayuri Nagasawa.]]
13th Jan '18 10:51:36 AM nombretomado
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** The series has has [[SpiritedYoungLady Guinevere]], the good hearted heroine, and [[LadyOfBlackMagic Morgana]], the villainess. Interestingly, Gwen is linked more with desire than Morgana, who (despite a couple of early FemmeFatale scenes) almost comes across as asexual in her complete lack of interest in men. And as an added ironic bonus, Guinevere (light) is played by mixed-race Creator/AngelCoulby, and Morgana (dark) is played by extremely pale KatieMcGrath--though with very dark hair.

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** The series has has [[SpiritedYoungLady Guinevere]], the good hearted heroine, and [[LadyOfBlackMagic Morgana]], the villainess. Interestingly, Gwen is linked more with desire than Morgana, who (despite a couple of early FemmeFatale scenes) almost comes across as asexual in her complete lack of interest in men. And as an added ironic bonus, Guinevere (light) is played by mixed-race Creator/AngelCoulby, and Morgana (dark) is played by extremely pale KatieMcGrath--though Creator/KatieMcGrath--though with very dark hair.
28th Nov '17 6:04:56 PM nombretomado
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* In an apocryphal Abrahamic mythology, {{Lilith}} (the first wife of Adam, who refused to submit) represents the Dark Feminine -- while Eve (Adam's second wife) is the Light Feminine.

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* In an apocryphal Abrahamic mythology, {{Lilith}} UsefulNotes/{{Lilith}} (the first wife of Adam, who refused to submit) represents the Dark Feminine -- while Eve (Adam's second wife) is the Light Feminine.
25th Nov '17 8:16:59 AM Kickisund
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* In "De skandalösa" by Creator/SimonaAhrnstedt, Magdalena Swärd ends up being a contrast to Venus Dag och Natt, the girl who Gabriel (the story's male protagonist) has pretty much promised his mother that he will marry. Magdalena is the intelligent, brooding, cynical and more mature woman, who is not afraid to have sex with Gabriel to get what she wants (dark feminine). Venus is much more sweet-natured, docile and slightly naive (then again, she might be naive just because she's only sixteen years old) (light feminine).

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* In "De skandalösa" by Creator/SimonaAhrnstedt, Magdalena Swärd (the story's female protagonist) ends up being a spicier contrast to Venus Dag och Natt, the girl who Gabriel (the story's male protagonist) has pretty much promised his mother that he will marry. Magdalena is the intelligent, brooding, cynical and more mature woman, who is not afraid to have sex with Gabriel to get what she wants (dark feminine). Venus is much more sweet-natured, beautiful, docile and slightly naive (then again, she might be a bit naive just simply because she's only sixteen years old) (light feminine).
24th Nov '17 12:35:12 PM ChaoticNovelist
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* ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'':
** There's one female in each group of eight--ActionGirl Riza Hawkeye as Light Feminine, TheVamp Lust as Dark Feminine.
** During the latter parts of the series, on the heroes side we have both the aforementioned Hawkeye as Light Feminine and Major General IronLady Olivier Armstrong as the Dark, who also play on the pairing.

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* ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'':
** There's one female in each group of eight--ActionGirl Riza Hawkeye as Light Feminine, TheVamp Lust as Dark Feminine.
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''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'': During the latter parts of the series, on the heroes side we have both the aforementioned Hawkeye as Light Feminine and Major General IronLady Olivier Armstrong as the Dark, who also play on the pairing.



* In Literature/{{Dragonlance}}, Kitiara is the dark one, a cross between a BloodKnight and a FemmeFatale; Laurana is the light one, a SpoiledSweet royal turned BadassPrincess.

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* In Literature/{{Dragonlance}}, Kitiara is the dark one, a cross between a BloodKnight and a FemmeFatale; Laurana is the light one, a SpoiledSweet royal turned BadassPrincess.PrettyPrincessPowerhouse.
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