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17th Jul '17 4:38:02 PM aurast
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* Deconstructed in an episode of ''LawAndOrderSVU''. A naive young woman who is planning to be an actress is raped during a late night theater play. [[spoiler: Turns out she was setup by her friend, who was angry that she got picked for the role, based solely on her good looks. While she let herself get used sexually by the director and other men in the business and was still rejected for roles because she wasn't as good looking.]]
19th Jun '17 11:51:31 PM Daylight
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* Deconstructed in an episode of Law & Order: SVU. A naive young woman who is planning to be an actress is raped during a late night theater play. [[spoiler: Turns out she was setup by her friend, who was angry that she got picked for the role, based solely on her good looks. While she let herself get used sexually by the director and other men in the business and was still rejected for the role because she wasn't as good looking. And its implied that the naive girl knew how much her friend wanted the role, but took it anyway.]]

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* Deconstructed in an episode of Law & Order: SVU.''Series/LawAndOrderSVU''. A naive young woman who is planning to be an actress is raped during a late night theater play. [[spoiler: Turns out she was setup by her friend, who was angry that she got picked for the role, based solely on her good looks. While she let herself get used sexually by the director and other men in the business and was still rejected for the role because she wasn't as good looking. And its implied that the naive girl knew how much her friend wanted the role, but took it anyway.]]
19th Jun '17 11:50:27 PM Daylight
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* Deconstructed in an episode of ''LawAndOrderSVU''. A naive young woman who is planning to be an actress is raped during a late night theater play. [[spoiler: Turns out she was setup by her friend, who was angry that she got picked for the role, based solely on her good looks. While she let herself get used sexually by the director and other men in the business and was still rejected for roles because she wasn't as good looking.]]


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* Deconstructed in an episode of Law & Order: SVU. A naive young woman who is planning to be an actress is raped during a late night theater play. [[spoiler: Turns out she was setup by her friend, who was angry that she got picked for the role, based solely on her good looks. While she let herself get used sexually by the director and other men in the business and was still rejected for the role because she wasn't as good looking. And its implied that the naive girl knew how much her friend wanted the role, but took it anyway.]]
31st May '17 6:06:25 PM nombretomado
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* Diane Duane's ''YoungWizards'': Nita, the heroine, started out a NaiveEverygirl, but matured beyond that stage with the discovery and mastery of her wizardry.

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* Diane Duane's ''YoungWizards'': ''Literature/YoungWizards'': Nita, the heroine, started out a NaiveEverygirl, but matured beyond that stage with the discovery and mastery of her wizardry.



%%* Mary Anne Spier and Mallory Pike in ''TheBabysittersClub'' series.

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%%* Mary Anne Spier and Mallory Pike in ''TheBabysittersClub'' ''Literature/TheBabysittersClub'' series.



* Catherine Moreland, the protagonist of ''NorthangerAbbey'', is a CountryMouse thrown into the social scene at Bath with little supervision. The dishonest, gold-digging Thorpes attach themselves to her (and her Naive Everyboy brother) while she tries to form a friendship with the honest Tilneys, all while looking at the world through a lens of Gothic literature. Needless to say, it gets messy.

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* Catherine Moreland, the protagonist of ''NorthangerAbbey'', ''Literature/NorthangerAbbey'', is a CountryMouse thrown into the social scene at Bath with little supervision. The dishonest, gold-digging Thorpes attach themselves to her (and her Naive Everyboy brother) while she tries to form a friendship with the honest Tilneys, all while looking at the world through a lens of Gothic literature. Needless to say, it gets messy.
12th May '17 12:11:36 AM sayaleviathan
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* ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'': Sansa Stark. Her worldview outside of Winterfell is based on her sheltered upbringing and the songs that she have heard. Too bad this was shattered when she watched [[spoiler:her father's execution]] and the abuse she experienced in King's Landing [[BreakTheCutie broke her]].
11th May '17 11:59:01 PM sayaleviathan
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* ''Manga/FushigiYuugi'': Miaka.

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* ''Manga/FushigiYuugi'': Miaka.Miaka, most especially when she entered the book for the first time. As time goes by, her experiences inside the book particularly the times she nearly got raped and her position as the Priestess of Suzaku put her into some stress most especially when she learned that her best friend became the enemy priestess.
7th Apr '17 1:39:36 PM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Sansa Stark, to the point of thinking the naughty word for dung is "shift." She's come a long way since then.
10th Mar '17 6:53:03 PM lexicon
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* Pictured above is Giselle from ''{{Film/Enchanted}}'' who is ''not'' an "every-girl" in fact she appears to be the only girl living in a cottage in that forest with the animals but certainly naïve.
10th Mar '17 8:47:48 AM Ymirsdaughter
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* Pictured above is Giselle from ''{{Film/Enchanted}}'' who is ''not'' an "every-girl" but certainly naïve.

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* Pictured above is Giselle from ''{{Film/Enchanted}}'' who is ''not'' an "every-girl" in fact she appears to be the only girl living in a cottage in that forest with the animals but certainly naïve.
26th Feb '17 9:02:16 PM gewunomox
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* The TaylorSwift song ''Fifteen''

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* The TaylorSwift Music/TaylorSwift song ''Fifteen''



* The GarfunkelAndOates song "29/31" is about a woman who is like this when she is 29 years old, but becomes more cynical when she reaches 31.

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* The GarfunkelAndOates Music/GarfunkelAndOates song "29/31" is about a woman who is like this when she is 29 years old, but becomes more cynical when she reaches 31.
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