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17th Nov '17 12:02:52 AM Kickisund
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* ''Series/{{Victoria}}'': Even if you disregard that Victoria is the monarch and Albert is the consort (which would have been awkward enough in the 1840s), they will often play with the gender roles of their time period. Victoria is very decidated to her duties as the monarch, so she will not allow anybody doubt her ability to rule the country just because she's a woman. And even though she often wears beautiful gowns and jewelry, she might also wear masculine-looking uniforms while doing something more active outdoors. She found it hard to go through her first pregnancy, because it made people expect her to become more passive, that is, more "feminine". And even after her daughter was born, she was more interested in returning to her work, riding horses and inspecting army troops than in caring about her new-born baby. Not to mention that she's a generally more extroverted person than her husband, which would have been quite funny to their contemporaries... Albert on the flip side might be good at plenty of traditionally masculine activities, like fencing and hunting and horse-riding. But he still is more brooding and introverted and sensitive than what was ideal for a man back then, [[SensitiveGuyAndManlyMan in a huge contrast to his more macho brother Ernst]]. And he also was much more excited than his wife about having a baby, and he's more likely than her to bond with their children and play with them.

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* ''Series/{{Victoria}}'': Even if you disregard that Victoria is the monarch and Albert is the consort (which would have been awkward enough in the 1840s), they will often play with the gender roles of their time period. Victoria is very decidated dedicated to her duties as the monarch, so she will not allow anybody doubt her ability to rule the country just because she's a woman. And even though she often wears beautiful gowns and jewelry, she might also wear masculine-looking uniforms while doing something more active outdoors. She found it hard to go through her first pregnancy, because it made people expect her to become more passive, that is, more "feminine". And even after her daughter was born, she was more interested in returning to her work, riding horses and inspecting army troops than in caring about her new-born baby. Not to mention that she's a generally more extroverted person than her husband, which would have been quite funny to their contemporaries... Albert on the flip side might be good at plenty of traditionally masculine activities, like fencing and hunting and horse-riding. But he still is more brooding and introverted and sensitive than what was ideal for a man back then, [[SensitiveGuyAndManlyMan in a huge contrast to his more macho brother Ernst]]. And he also was much more excited than his wife about having a baby, and he's more likely than her to bond with their children and play with them.
16th Nov '17 11:43:14 PM Kickisund
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* ''Series/{{Victoria}}'': Even if you disregard that Victoria is the monarch and Albert is the consort (which would have been awkward enough in the 1840s), they will often play with the gender roles of their time period. Victoria is very decidated to her work as the monarch, so she won't allow anybody to doubt her ability to rule the country just because she's a woman. She found it hard to go through her first pregnancy, because it made people expect her to be more passive, that is, more "feminine". And even though she will often wear beautiful gowns and jewelry, she might also wear masculine-looking uniforms while doing something more active outdoors. And she's way more interested in returning to her work, riding horses and inspecting her troops than on caring about her new-born baby. Not to mention that she's a generally more extroverted person than her husband, which would have been funny to their contemporaries... Albert on the flip side might be good at plenty of traditionally masculine activities, like fencing and hunting and horse-riding. But he still is more brooding and introverted and sensitive than what was ideal for a gentleman back then, [[SensitiveGuyAndManlyMan in a huge contrast to his more "macho" brother Ernst]]. And he's more likely than his wife to bond with their young children and play with them, not to mention that he was much more excited than Victoria about having a baby in the first place.

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* ''Series/{{Victoria}}'': Even if you disregard that Victoria is the monarch and Albert is the consort (which would have been awkward enough in the 1840s), they will often play with the gender roles of their time period. Victoria is very decidated to her work duties as the monarch, so she won't will not allow anybody to doubt her ability to rule the country just because she's a woman. She found it hard to go through her first pregnancy, because it made people expect her to be more passive, that is, more "feminine". woman. And even though she will often wear wears beautiful gowns and jewelry, she might also wear masculine-looking uniforms while doing something more active outdoors. She found it hard to go through her first pregnancy, because it made people expect her to become more passive, that is, more "feminine". And she's way even after her daughter was born, she was more interested in returning to her work, riding horses and inspecting her army troops than on in caring about her new-born baby. Not to mention that she's a generally more extroverted person than her husband, which would have been quite funny to their contemporaries... Albert on the flip side might be good at plenty of traditionally masculine activities, like fencing and hunting and horse-riding. But he still is more brooding and introverted and sensitive than what was ideal for a gentleman man back then, [[SensitiveGuyAndManlyMan in a huge contrast to his more "macho" macho brother Ernst]]. And he also was much more excited than his wife about having a baby, and he's more likely than his wife her to bond with their young children and play with them, not to mention that he was much more excited than Victoria about having a baby in the first place.them.
16th Nov '17 5:02:26 AM Kickisund
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* ''Series/{{Victoria}}'': Even if you disregard that Victoria is the monarch and Albert is the consort (which would have been awkward enough in the 1840s), they will often play with the gender roles of their time period. Victoria is very decidated to her work as the monarch, so she won't allow anybody to doubt her ablities to rule the country just because she's a woman. She found it hard to go through her first pregnancy, because it made people expect her to be passive and "feminine". And even though she'll often wear beautiful gowns and jewelry, she might also wear masculine-looking uniforms while doing something more active outdoors. And she's more keen on returning to her work, riding horses and inspecting her troops than on caring about her new-born baby. Not to mention that she's a generally more extroverted person than her husband. Albert on the flip side might be good at some traditionally masculine activities, like horse-riding and fenching and hunting. But he still is decidedly more introverted, brooding and sensitive than what was the ideal was for a man back then, [[SensitiveGuyAndManlyMan in a huge contrast to his more "macho" brother Ernst]]. He's more likely than his wife to bond with their children and play with them, and he was much more excited than her about having babies in the first place.

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* ''Series/{{Victoria}}'': Even if you disregard that Victoria is the monarch and Albert is the consort (which would have been awkward enough in the 1840s), they will often play with the gender roles of their time period. Victoria is very decidated to her work as the monarch, so she won't allow anybody to doubt her ablities ability to rule the country just because she's a woman. She found it hard to go through her first pregnancy, because it made people expect her to be passive and more passive, that is, more "feminine". And even though she'll she will often wear beautiful gowns and jewelry, she might also wear masculine-looking uniforms while doing something more active outdoors. And she's way more keen on interested in returning to her work, riding horses and inspecting her troops than on caring about her new-born baby. Not to mention that she's a generally more extroverted person than her husband. husband, which would have been funny to their contemporaries... Albert on the flip side might be good at some plenty of traditionally masculine activities, like horse-riding fencing and fenching hunting and hunting. horse-riding. But he still is decidedly more introverted, brooding and introverted and sensitive than what was the ideal was for a man gentleman back then, [[SensitiveGuyAndManlyMan in a huge contrast to his more "macho" brother Ernst]]. He's And he's more likely than his wife to bond with their young children and play with them, and not to mention that he was much more excited than her Victoria about having babies a baby in the first place. place.
16th Nov '17 3:35:12 AM Kickisund
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* ''Series/That70sShow'': Donna and Eric. she's a tall athletic [[TheLadette ladette]] and he's a sensitive [[{{Adorkable}} adorkable]] guy. This was especially clear in one episode, that was about how she was better than him at basketball (which was really embaressing to him).

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* ''Series/That70sShow'': Donna and Eric. she's She's a tall athletic [[TheLadette ladette]] and he's a sensitive [[{{Adorkable}} adorkable]] guy. This was especially clear in one episode, that was about how she was better than him at basketball (which basketball. That was really embaressing to him).Eric, as he was teased about it by his friends, and Donna was told by her mother that she had to start pretending that she was weaker than her man, or she would just end up being a lonely CrazyCatLady.


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* ''Series/{{Victoria}}'': Even if you disregard that Victoria is the monarch and Albert is the consort (which would have been awkward enough in the 1840s), they will often play with the gender roles of their time period. Victoria is very decidated to her work as the monarch, so she won't allow anybody to doubt her ablities to rule the country just because she's a woman. She found it hard to go through her first pregnancy, because it made people expect her to be passive and "feminine". And even though she'll often wear beautiful gowns and jewelry, she might also wear masculine-looking uniforms while doing something more active outdoors. And she's more keen on returning to her work, riding horses and inspecting her troops than on caring about her new-born baby. Not to mention that she's a generally more extroverted person than her husband. Albert on the flip side might be good at some traditionally masculine activities, like horse-riding and fenching and hunting. But he still is decidedly more introverted, brooding and sensitive than what was the ideal was for a man back then, [[SensitiveGuyAndManlyMan in a huge contrast to his more "macho" brother Ernst]]. He's more likely than his wife to bond with their children and play with them, and he was much more excited than her about having babies in the first place.
11th Oct '17 5:39:30 PM nombretomado
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* There was a short film featured on {{Logo}} that showed a GenderFlip of a heterosexual wedding. The bride wore a black pantsuit; the groom wore a white tuxedo and veiled top hat, and held the bouquet as his mother walked him down the aisle. He was also kind of short. Even among the wedding-goers, all the men wore different suits while the women were dressed more low-key.

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* There was a short film featured on {{Logo}} Creator/{{Logo}} that showed a GenderFlip of a heterosexual wedding. The bride wore a black pantsuit; the groom wore a white tuxedo and veiled top hat, and held the bouquet as his mother walked him down the aisle. He was also kind of short. Even among the wedding-goers, all the men wore different suits while the women were dressed more low-key.
26th Sep '17 1:08:23 PM Fangusu
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# Physical fitness and combat abilities relative to each other is irrelevant, what matters here is their relative ''enthusiasm'' for these things.
# If the guy is immature, it needs to be in a feminine way.
# If the girl is mature, it needs to be in a masculine way.
# The masculine girl does not have to be a tomboy to fit this, and the feminine boy does not have to be a sensitive guy to fit this either.
# Being [[AmbiguouslyGay ambiguously gay or ambiguously lesbian]] is not a requirement for the guy and girl in question to fit this dynamic.
# If the only context is that the guy is a wimp while the girl is action-oriented, it doesn't count.
# The girl and the guy in question do not have to be in any sort of relationship. All that is needed for them to qualify is that they know each other to some degree, but have personalities opposite to their respective genders.

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# Physical fitness and combat abilities relative to each other is irrelevant, irrelevant; what matters here is their relative comparative ''enthusiasm'' for these things.
# If the guy boy is immature, it needs to be in a feminine way.
# If
way, and if the girl is mature, it needs to be in a masculine way.
# The masculine girl does not have to be a tomboy to fit this, tomboy, and the feminine boy does not have to be a sensitive guy to fit this either.
guy.
# Being [[AmbiguouslyGay ambiguously gay or ambiguously lesbian]] is not a requirement for the guy boy and the girl in question to fit this dynamic.
# If the only context is that the guy boy is a wimp while the girl is action-oriented, it doesn't count.
is not enough.
# The girl and the guy boy in question do not have to be in any sort of a romantic or sexual relationship. All that is needed for them to qualify is that they know each other to some degree, but and have personalities opposite to their respective genders.genders.
25th Sep '17 3:03:42 AM WolfMattGrey
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* ''Webcomic/MenageA3'' has a non-romantic example in Zii and Gary. Zii is a promiscuous punk rocker [[TheLadette with very masculine traits]], while Gary is an {{Adorkable}} virgin [[spoiler:at least until recently]] who has serious problems with being assertive.

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* ''Webcomic/MenageA3'' has a non-romantic example in Zii and Gary. Zii is a promiscuous punk rocker [[TheLadette with very masculine traits]], while Gary is an {{Adorkable}} virgin [[spoiler:at least until recently]] who has serious problems with being assertive.
23rd Sep '17 10:51:21 AM Fudga
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* "Just Give Me a Reason" is a duet between {{Music/Pink}} and Nate Ruess of the band {{Music/Fun}}

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* "Just Give Me a Reason" is a duet between {{Music/Pink}} [[https://www.biography.com/.image/c_fill%2Ccs_srgb%2Cg_face%2Ch_300%2Cq_80%2Cw_300/MTE4MDAzNDEwNDExODE2NDYy/pink-562098-1-402.jpg Pink]] and [[http://8list.ph/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/7-Nate-Ruess-Set-Manila-On-Fire.jpg Nate Ruess Ruess]] of the band {{Music/Fun}}
22nd Sep '17 8:43:04 AM Fudga
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* "Just Give Me a Reason" is a duet between {{Music/Pink}} and Nate Ruess of the band {{Music/Fun}}
18th Sep '17 4:38:44 AM Morgenthaler
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** J.D. and Elliot. Elliot seems to have this in most of her relationships. Kelso once commented on her and Keith's relationship:

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** J.D. and Elliot. In a flashforward ImagineSpot, Elliot even does the "bride carries the groom" thing. Elliot seems to have this in most of her relationships. Kelso once commented on her and Keith's relationship:
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