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4th Aug '17 1:06:47 PM Gamermaster
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* Kobayashi from ''Manga/MissKobayashisDragonMaid'' was a tomboy as a child, and continues to have a complete lack of interest in anything even remotely feminine as an adult (barring the occasional ACupAngst). [[PlatonicLifePartners Takiya]] even says that she's "just one of the guys around the office".
14th Jul '17 6:16:12 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* [[Wrestling/MadisonRayne Lexi Lane]] sets aside two days of the week for training with "the boys" for at least three hours, though she has mixed feelings about how they usually beat her up.
4th Jul '17 2:54:32 PM Shadoboy
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* Despite what the name would tell you, ''VideoGame/{{Broforce}}'' actually features four female members, all of which are the same [[{{Eagleland}} Eaglelander]], trigger-happy, terrorist killers as the male bros. They are [[Franchise/{{Alien}} Ellen Ripbro]], [[Film/PlanetTerror Cherry Broling]], [[Film/KillBill The Brode]] and [[Film/TankGirl Tank Bro]].
4th Jul '17 12:23:53 PM sotnosen95
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* Chie Satonaka from ''VideoGame/Persona4'' seems to get along with the guys just fine and has a lot of masculine interests. However, this causes a bit of a complex for her. [[spoiler:As far as she's aware, no one is ever romantically interested with her or treats her like a girl, which eventually leads to ''deeply'' envying her best friend Yukiko for a while until she meets her EnemyWithout, forcing her to aknowledge that part of herself.]]
* A rare [[GenderInvertedTrope Gender Inversion]] in ''VideoGame/SouthParkTheStickOfTruth''. Upon completing all of the girls' side-quests, the male main character, "The New Kid", is granted the title of "Honorary Girl" by them, and is given free access to the their club house as well as an invitation to their next slumber party.
** And then played straight in the sequel ''VideoGame/SouthParkTheFracturedButWhole'', where it turns out that if you choose to be a girl in the character creation, the New Kid was a girl all along in the first game. Nobody, not even your parents, realized your gender until now. And given the New Kid's [[{{TheLadette}} skill]] [[{{Fartillery}} set]], she probably would fit in more with the boys than with the girls anyway.

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* Chie Satonaka from ''VideoGame/Persona4'' seems to get along with the guys just fine and has a lot of masculine interests. However, this causes a bit of a complex for her. [[spoiler:As far as she's aware, no one is ever romantically interested with her or treats her like a girl, which eventually leads to ''deeply'' envying her best friend Yukiko for a while until she meets her EnemyWithout, forcing her to aknowledge acknowledge that part of herself.]]
* A rare [[GenderInvertedTrope Gender Inversion]] in ''VideoGame/SouthParkTheStickOfTruth''. Upon completing all of the girls' side-quests, quests, the male main character, "The New Kid", is granted the title of "Honorary Girl" by them, and is given free access to the their club house as well as an invitation to their next slumber party.
** And then
party. Possibly played straight in the sequel ''VideoGame/SouthParkTheFracturedButWhole'', where it turns out that if you choose to be a girl in the player chooses to make their character creation, a girl. If they do, the explanation given for the change is that the New Kid was a girl all along in the first game. Nobody, not even your her parents, realized your her gender until now. And given the New Kid's [[{{TheLadette}} skill]] [[{{Fartillery}} set]], she probably would fit in more with the boys than with the girls anyway.
27th Jun '17 3:11:49 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* Chie from ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'' seems to get along with the guys just fine and has a lot of masculine interests. However, this causes a bit of a complex for her. [[spoiler:No one is ever romantically interested with her or treats her like a girl, which eventually leads to ''deeply'' envying her best friend Yukiko for awhile until she meets her EnemyWithout, forcing her to aknowledge that part of herself.]]

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* Chie Satonaka from ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'' ''VideoGame/Persona4'' seems to get along with the guys just fine and has a lot of masculine interests. However, this causes a bit of a complex for her. [[spoiler:No [[spoiler:As far as she's aware, no one is ever romantically interested with her or treats her like a girl, which eventually leads to ''deeply'' envying her best friend Yukiko for awhile a while until she meets her EnemyWithout, forcing her to aknowledge that part of herself.]]
22nd Jun '17 5:35:07 AM 4444jdm
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Not to be confused with OneOfTheKids.
1st Jun '17 7:39:32 PM nombretomado
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* Birgitte in the ''Literature/WheelOfTime'' series is like this to Mat; he sees her more as a drinking partner or fellow soldier than as a woman.

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* Birgitte in the ''Literature/WheelOfTime'' ''Literature/TheWheelOfTime'' series is like this to Mat; he sees her more as a drinking partner or fellow soldier than as a woman.
25th May '17 5:09:19 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''TheGreatBrain'' series has Dorretha "Britches Dotty" Blake. Including her beating up the local bully, naturally she's a redhead.

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* ''TheGreatBrain'' ''Literature/TheGreatBrain'' series has Dorretha "Britches Dotty" Blake. Including her beating up the local bully, naturally she's a redhead.
21st May '17 3:26:25 PM nombretomado
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** For the first season, TheWasp subverted it. She was generally a GirlyGirl, but was also the only girl on the team, enjoyed fighting supervillains more than anyone else on the team, and was extroverted enough to become a fan-favourite.

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** For the first season, TheWasp ComicBook/TheWasp subverted it. She was generally a GirlyGirl, but was also the only girl on the team, enjoyed fighting supervillains more than anyone else on the team, and was extroverted enough to become a fan-favourite.
3rd May '17 4:56:54 AM meanmetalmario
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* Not a specific character, but the concept is used for jokes occasionally on ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'', such as Peter mentioning a "woman trying way too hard to be one of the guys" in a strip club. There was also a cutaway about JoanOfArc being burned at the stake due to her fellow soldiers getting tired of her constantly bringing this trope up.

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* Not a specific character, but the concept is used for jokes occasionally on ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'', such as Peter mentioning a "woman trying way too hard to be one of the guys" in a strip club. There was also a cutaway CutawayGag about JoanOfArc being how the ''real'' reason UsefulNotes/JoanOfArc was burned at the stake due to her fellow soldiers getting tired of her was because she would constantly bringing this trope up.go on and on about how she's "not like other girls", which just annoyed everyone.
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