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30th Nov '16 7:27:04 AM TurtleTropes
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* Okay, Pokémon don't actually wear clothing, and the ones mentioned can be either gender, but both of the Fire-type starters introduced in the 3DS Pokémon generations seem to be a play on this. Gen 6's Delphox is a feminine-looking Pokémon and the fur of most of its body is red and designed like a robe, giving it a FullyDressedCartoonAnimal look. Meanwhile, Gen 7's Incineroar is a masculine-looking Pokémon and its torsos is colored gray and resembles a wrestler tank top, while the rest of its body is red with some black stripes (Or black with a red muzzle and stripes for its head), making it look like a HalfDressedCartoonAnimal.

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* Okay, Pokémon don't actually wear clothing, and the ones mentioned can be either gender, but both of the Fire-type starters introduced in the 3DS Pokémon generations seem to be a play on this. Gen 6's Delphox is a feminine-looking Pokémon and the fur of most of its body is red and designed like a robe, giving it a FullyDressedCartoonAnimal look. Meanwhile, Gen 7's Incineroar is a masculine-looking Pokémon and its torsos torso is colored gray and resembles a wrestler tank top, while the its head is black on top and red on bottom, resembling a wrestler's mask. The rest of its body is red with some black stripes (Or black with a red muzzle and stripes for its head), stripes, making it look like a HalfDressedCartoonAnimal.
26th Nov '16 1:20:55 PM TurtleTropes
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* Okay, Pokémon don't actually wear clothing, and the ones mentioned can be either gender, but both of the Fire-type starters introduced in the 3DS Pokémon generations seem to be a play on this. Gen 6's Delphox is a feminine-looking Pokémon and the fur of most of its body is red and designed like a robe, giving it a FullyDressedCartoonAnimal look. Meanwhile, Gen 7's Incineroar is a masculine-looking Pokémon and its torsos is colored gray, making it look like its wearing a wrestler tank top, while the rest of its body is red with some black stripes (Or black with a red muzzle and stripes for its head), making it look like a HalfDressedCartoonAnimal.

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* Okay, Pokémon don't actually wear clothing, and the ones mentioned can be either gender, but both of the Fire-type starters introduced in the 3DS Pokémon generations seem to be a play on this. Gen 6's Delphox is a feminine-looking Pokémon and the fur of most of its body is red and designed like a robe, giving it a FullyDressedCartoonAnimal look. Meanwhile, Gen 7's Incineroar is a masculine-looking Pokémon and its torsos is colored gray, making it look like its wearing gray and resembles a wrestler tank top, while the rest of its body is red with some black stripes (Or black with a red muzzle and stripes for its head), making it look like a HalfDressedCartoonAnimal.
26th Nov '16 1:03:08 PM TurtleTropes
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* Okay, Pokémon don't actually wear clothing, and the ones mentioned can be either gender, but both of the Fire-type starters introduced in the 3DS Pokémon generations seem to be a play on this. Gen 6's Delphox is a feminine-looking Pokémon and the fur of its entire body except for the head is designed like a robe, giving it a FullyDressedCartoonAnimal look. Meanwhile, Gen 7's Incineroar is a masculine-looking Pokémon and its torsos is colored gray, making it look like its wearing a wrestler tank top, while the rest of its body is red with some black stripes (Or black with a red muzzle and stripes for its head), making it look like a HalfDressedCartoonAnimal.

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* Okay, Pokémon don't actually wear clothing, and the ones mentioned can be either gender, but both of the Fire-type starters introduced in the 3DS Pokémon generations seem to be a play on this. Gen 6's Delphox is a feminine-looking Pokémon and the fur of most of its entire body except for the head is red and designed like a robe, giving it a FullyDressedCartoonAnimal look. Meanwhile, Gen 7's Incineroar is a masculine-looking Pokémon and its torsos is colored gray, making it look like its wearing a wrestler tank top, while the rest of its body is red with some black stripes (Or black with a red muzzle and stripes for its head), making it look like a HalfDressedCartoonAnimal.
26th Nov '16 12:10:03 PM TurtleTropes
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* Okay, Pokémon don't actually wear clothing, and the ones mentioned can be either gender, but both of the Fire-type starters introduced in the 3DS Pokémon generations seem to be a play on this. Gen 6's Delphox is a feminine-looking Pokémon and the fur of its entire body sans the head is designed like a robe. Meanwhile, Gen 7's Incineroar is a masculine-looking Pokémon and its torsos is colored gray, making it look like its wearing a wrestler tank top. The rest of its body is red with some black stripes, making it look like a HalfDressedCartoonAnimal.

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* Okay, Pokémon don't actually wear clothing, and the ones mentioned can be either gender, but both of the Fire-type starters introduced in the 3DS Pokémon generations seem to be a play on this. Gen 6's Delphox is a feminine-looking Pokémon and the fur of its entire body sans except for the head is designed like a robe. robe, giving it a FullyDressedCartoonAnimal look. Meanwhile, Gen 7's Incineroar is a masculine-looking Pokémon and its torsos is colored gray, making it look like its wearing a wrestler tank top. The top, while the rest of its body is red with some black stripes, stripes (Or black with a red muzzle and stripes for its head), making it look like a HalfDressedCartoonAnimal.
26th Nov '16 1:32:32 AM TurtleTropes
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* Okay, Pokémon don't actually wear clothing, and the ones mentioned can be either gender, but both of the Fire-type starters introduced in the 3DS Pokémon generations seem to be a play on this. Gen 6's Delphox is a feminine-looking Pokémon and the fur of its entire body sans the head is designed like a robe. Meanwhile, Gen 7's Incineroar is a masculine-looking Pokémon and its torsos a colored gray, making it look like its wearing a wrestler tank top.

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* Okay, Pokémon don't actually wear clothing, and the ones mentioned can be either gender, but both of the Fire-type starters introduced in the 3DS Pokémon generations seem to be a play on this. Gen 6's Delphox is a feminine-looking Pokémon and the fur of its entire body sans the head is designed like a robe. Meanwhile, Gen 7's Incineroar is a masculine-looking Pokémon and its torsos a is colored gray, making it look like its wearing a wrestler tank top.
top. The rest of its body is red with some black stripes, making it look like a HalfDressedCartoonAnimal.
26th Nov '16 1:29:43 AM TurtleTropes
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*Okay, Pokémon don't actually wear clothing, and the ones mentioned can be either gender, but both of the Fire-type starters introduced in the 3DS Pokémon generations seem to be a play on this. Gen 6's Delphox is a feminine-looking Pokémon and the fur of its entire body sans the head is designed like a robe. Meanwhile, Gen 7's Incineroar is a masculine-looking Pokémon and its torsos a colored gray, making it look like its wearing a wrestler tank top.
7th Oct '16 8:26:41 PM N1KF
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Some societies of anthropomorphized animals have their own gender-based double standard dictating who is allowed to wear what clothes. The most common result is the females being held to a higher standard of dress than the males, which makes less sense when you realize males have a bit more to hide from the waist down (though NonHumansLackAttributes is or at least should be in effect here). (In the shirtless male version of this trope, however, it ''does'' make more sense for the males to be able to be shirtless, while females are required to cover up, for obvious reasons.) One possible answer could be that once one is a funny animal, it's less about modesty and more about accessorizing. If you overthink it, this does mean females are essentially wearing a redundant layer of clothes if you assume FurIsClothing.

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Some societies of anthropomorphized animals have their own gender-based double standard dictating who is allowed to wear what clothes. The most common result is the females being held to a higher standard of dress than the males, which makes less sense when you realize males have a bit more to hide from the waist down (though NonHumansLackAttributes is or at least should be in effect here). (In the shirtless male version of this trope, however, it ''does'' make more sense for the males to be able to be shirtless, while females are required to cover up, for [[NonMammalMammaries obvious reasons.reasons]].) One possible answer could be that once one is a funny animal, it's less about modesty and more about accessorizing. If you overthink it, this does mean females are essentially wearing a redundant layer of clothes if you assume FurIsClothing.
2nd Sep '16 2:37:24 PM WillKeaton
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* Mocked by ''Webcomic/NerfNow'' -- "[[http://www.nerfnow.com/comic/797 You know a character is female in Sonic if they use clothing. Males have nothing to hide, literally.]]"

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* Mocked by ''Webcomic/NerfNow'' -- "[[http://www.[[http://www.nerfnow.com/comic/797 You "You know a character is female in Sonic if they use clothing. Males have nothing to hide, literally.]]"
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2nd Sep '16 2:36:27 PM WillKeaton
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* Inverted in [[http://www.drunkduck.com/dragon_city/ Dragon City]] where male dragons usually wear a loincloth or shorts, but females are almost always stark naked. Partially justified as their genitals are differently arrayed (and NonMammalMammaries is completely averted).

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* Inverted in [[http://www.''[[http://www.drunkduck.com/dragon_city/ Dragon City]] City]]'' where male dragons usually wear a loincloth or shorts, but females are almost always stark naked. Partially justified as their genitals are differently arrayed (and NonMammalMammaries is completely averted).
26th Jun '16 3:17:00 PM Jacob175
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* In the ''SonicTheHedgehog'' game series, all but two ([[TokenWholesome Charmy and Ix]]) male non-human characters [[AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal wear nothing but shoes and gloves]], and all females are fully clothed.

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* In the ''SonicTheHedgehog'' ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' game series, all but two ([[TokenWholesome Charmy and Ix]]) male non-human characters [[AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal wear nothing but shoes and gloves]], and all females are fully clothed.



* In the third ''SpyroTheDragon'' game, ''Spyro: Year of The Dragon'', Hunter wears nothing at all, whereas Bianca wears a robe.
* Franchise/CrashBandicoot is always shirtless, as most male animal characters: Tiny, Dingodile, Crunch... Coco, a female character, on the other hand, wears full clothing.

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* In the third ''SpyroTheDragon'' ''Franchise/SpyroTheDragon'' game, ''Spyro: Year of The Dragon'', Hunter wears nothing at all, whereas Bianca wears a robe.
* Franchise/CrashBandicoot is always shirtless, shirtless but does wear pants, as most male animal characters: Tiny, Dingodile, Crunch... Coco, a female character, on the other hand, wears full clothing.



* Invoked in [[http://www.dorktower.com/2011/11/16/ this]] ''DorkTower'' comic.

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* Invoked in [[http://www.dorktower.com/2011/11/16/ this]] ''DorkTower'' ''Webcomic/DorkTower'' comic.


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* Like their main game counterparts, the male main characters in ''WesternAnimation/SonicBoom'' usually wear only a shirt at best while the girls wear full outfits. This is lampshaded in one episode when Amy makes a bet that the loser must do the winner's laundry for a month and Sonic points out that it's unfair since he and Knuckles almost never wear clothes. Most male characters tend to follow the same pattern, though full outfits do show up on special occasions.
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