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22nd Apr '17 12:09:39 PM AgProv
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* ''Series/SpittingImage'' sent up the Jason Donovan libel action (he sued a gay lifestyle magazine that mistakenly outed him as gay and won libel damages) with a parody of Music/TomRobinson's ''Glad to Be Gay'' in which Donavan, and a fey TV presenter in the same situation, vehemently (and unconvincingly) deny their gayness in an unconvincing "not of course that there's anything wrong with that" sort of way. Jason and his very best buddy Philip Schofield deny they're more than just good friends [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P9zHqx-Hoz8&index=68&list=LLS907d2g_vnEnQI7ZlTJqQA here]].
16th Apr '17 8:13:46 AM DaibhidC
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-->'''Cordelia:''' Ohhh! Harmony is a vampire? That's why she--\\

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-->'''Cordelia:''' --->'''Cordelia:''' Ohhh! Harmony is a vampire? That's why she--\\
16th Apr '17 8:13:10 AM DaibhidC
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* The phone call between Cordelia and [[BiTheWay Willow]] regarding Harmony's odd behaviour in ''Series/{{Angel}}'' probably counts:

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* ''Series/{{Angel}}'':
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The phone call between Cordelia and [[BiTheWay Willow]] regarding Harmony's odd behaviour in ''Series/{{Angel}}'' behaviour probably counts:



:: A demon misunderstands and thinks the "Fred" Gunn loves is a guy. He doesn't judge, though.

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:: ** A demon misunderstands and thinks the "Fred" Gunn loves is a guy. He doesn't judge, though.
8th Apr '17 9:18:07 AM Temmere
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* The Literature/MatthewScudder novel ''All the Flowers Are Dying'' by Lawrence Block has a BDSM variant, and explicitly mentions the trope-naming ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'' episode.
28th Mar '17 7:16:23 PM ErikModi
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** Taken up to eleven during an arc in which Spider-Man is accidentally kidnapped with the X-Men for a mutant death show. Spider-Man keeps protesting that he's not a mutant, not that there's anything wrong with that. Finally, Professor X himself tells Spider-Man to ''shut the hell up'', because he's being grossly offensive.
8th Feb '17 9:08:47 PM JapaneseTeeth
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* In ''Manga/MyMonsterSecret'' it's a bit of a RunningGag that any woman that Shima hits on actually turns out to be male [[note]]Specifically, one is a male alien driving a female MobileSuitHuman, and the other is a male shapeshifted into a woman as part of a disguise [[/note]]. Whenever this comes up, the other characters are quick to note that the issue isn't that he's hitting on men, it's that he isn't aware that they ''are'' men.
14th Jan '17 4:18:14 PM Mullon
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* In "The Blind Spot in the Karaoke Box" in ''Manga/DetectiveConan'', Eisuke says he was acting weird because he saw the murder victim making out with one of the suspects, a large tanned muscly person in a karaoke room. Then Juzo says this trope title word-for-word. Then the suspect clarifies that she's actually a woman.
13th Jan '17 7:45:54 AM crazysamaritan
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** She says the trope word-for-word regarding furries, then a caption comes up immediately proclaiming, [[NoExceptYes "Yes there is!"]] The Critic instead opted to admit that furry fetishism is an over-generalization, rather than going for this trope.

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** She says the trope word-for-word regarding furries, then a caption comes up immediately proclaiming, [[NoExceptYes [[ByNoIMeanYes "Yes there is!"]] The Critic instead opted to admit that furry fetishism is an over-generalization, rather than going for this trope.
11th Jan '17 6:44:49 AM akaun6899
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* A non-sexual-orientation-related one comes from the dinner scene in ''WesternAnimation/Shrek2''. When Queen Lillian innocently brings up raising children, King Harold inquires whether Shrek and Fiona's kids would be ogres, to Shrek's confirmation and the Queen reciting the trope name word-for-word.
30th Nov '16 5:26:49 AM StFan
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* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanMysteryOfTheBatwoman'': When Roxanne accidentally misspoke about Bruce's playboy reputation concerning women during one of her ramblings.
-->'''Roxanne:''' Yeah. Fortunately my boyfriend is very understanding. What about yours? *''pause''* Girlfriend, I mean! Of course, girlfriend! I mean, considering your reputation and- NOT that it's bad or anything or even any of my business, because it's not, I was just curious! ''[stops suddenly]'' How red is my face?
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[[folder:Films -- Animated]]
* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanMysteryOfTheBatwoman'': When Roxanne accidentally misspoke about Bruce's playboy reputation concerning women during one of her ramblings.
-->'''Roxanne:''' Yeah. Fortunately my boyfriend is very understanding. What about yours? *''pause''* Girlfriend, I mean! Of course, girlfriend! I mean, considering your reputation and- NOT that it's bad or anything or even any of my business, because it's not, I was just curious! ''[stops suddenly]'' How red is my face?
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* Series/TheFallAndRiseOfReginaldPerrin: Reggie's boss [[PoliticallyIncorrectHero CJ]] drags an employee into his office to ask whether he's gay due to having [[ItMakesSenseInContext the face of Beethoven embroidered on his underwear]]. The employee panics and insists that he's not, then backtracks and says there's nothing wrong and he has many gay friends, then realises [[DiggingYourselfDeeper what this implies]] and stutters to a stop. CJ insists that this is absolutely fine, but [[BaitAndSwitch then suggests that maybe he'd be happier in a more appropriate career,]] [[CrossesTheLineTwice like hairdressing or interior design]]. After the colleague's continued protests, CJ finally believes that he's straight but points out that his underwear isn't really appropriate for one of his employees. To demonstrate, he asks another staff member to remove his trousers and prove what kind of underwear a straight man actually wears. [[spoiler:Answer: plain blue]].

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* Series/TheFallAndRiseOfReginaldPerrin: ''Series/TheFallAndRiseOfReginaldPerrin'': Reggie's boss [[PoliticallyIncorrectHero CJ]] drags an employee into his office to ask whether he's gay due to having [[ItMakesSenseInContext the face of Beethoven embroidered on his underwear]]. The employee panics and insists that he's not, then backtracks and says there's nothing wrong and he has many gay friends, then realises [[DiggingYourselfDeeper what this implies]] and stutters to a stop. CJ insists that this is absolutely fine, but [[BaitAndSwitch then suggests that maybe he'd be happier in a more appropriate career,]] [[CrossesTheLineTwice like hairdressing or interior design]]. After the colleague's continued protests, CJ finally believes that he's straight but points out that his underwear isn't really appropriate for one of his employees. To demonstrate, he asks another staff member to remove his trousers and prove what kind of underwear a straight man actually wears. [[spoiler:Answer: plain blue]].



* The chorus of the {{Nigahiga}} song Bromance
--> '' Bromance. Nothing really gay about it. Not that there's anything wrong with being gay. ''
-->'' [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iUZBY6fR6-Y The Yaoi Song]]''

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* The chorus of the {{Nigahiga}} Creator/{{Nigahiga}} song Bromance
--> '' Bromance.
"Bromance":
-->''Bromance.
Nothing really gay about it. Not that there's anything wrong with being gay. ''\n-->'' \\
[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iUZBY6fR6-Y The Yaoi Song]]''
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