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18th Mar '17 9:42:40 PM CthonisPrincess
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*** Also, before being kidnapped by her uncle Hades, Persephone was raped by her father, Zeus, who was also her uncle, as her mother was his sister, Demeter.
*** Both examples involving Zeus are from the Orphic cosmologies. The Orphics seem to have regarded Demeter, Rhea, and Persephone as manifestations of the same underlying divinity.

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*** Also, before being kidnapped by her uncle Hades, Persephone was raped by her father, Zeus, who was also her uncle, as her mother was his sister, Demeter.
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Demeter. However both examples involving Zeus are from the Orphic cosmologies. The Orphics seem to have regarded Demeter, Rhea, and Persephone as manifestations of the same underlying divinity.
14th Mar '17 1:55:30 PM LadyNorbert
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* In ''Bent Road'' a little girl goes missing. We find out through her mother that [[spoiler:her father accidentally killed her and had sexually abused her as well, because as she put it, “Some men don't know the difference between a daughter and a wife,”]]
* One of ''Matilda's Last Waltz'' two main characters is raped by her alcoholic father after her mother's death until his death, leaving her pregnant and responsible for their farm while she's still in her teens. However, there was no biological incest between them, as the girl was actually the offspring of her mother's affair.
** [[spoiler:Then it's plain horrifically straight. When Matilda gives birth to her son, the midwife decides to keep the baby for herself and tells Matilda she had a stillbirth, before taking the baby and her husband to New Zealand. The baby is happily raised under the name Finn MacKaulay, and decides to go back to Australia following his parents' death. There, he seeks to buy a farm, which leads him to meet Matilda, falling in love and marrying her. Matilda is pregnant with their child and about to give birth when she discovers a box of photographies and letters Finn kept from his parents. The shock and shame are so strong she suffers DeathByChildbirth, and poor Finn is so broken he decides to let his daughter in an orphanage and commits suicide.]]

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* In ''Bent Road'' a little girl goes missing. We find out through her mother that [[spoiler:her father accidentally killed her and had sexually abused her as well, because as she put it, “Some "Some men don't know the difference between a daughter and a wife,”]]
wife."]]
* One of the two main characters of ''Matilda's Last Waltz'' two main characters is raped by her alcoholic father after her mother's death until his death, he himself dies, leaving her pregnant and responsible for their farm while she's still in her teens. However, there was no biological incest between them, as the girl was actually the offspring of her mother's affair.
** [[spoiler:Then it's plain played horrifically straight. When Matilda gives birth to her son, the midwife decides to keep the baby for herself and tells Matilda she had a stillbirth, before taking the baby and her husband to New Zealand. The baby is happily raised under the name Finn MacKaulay, [=MacKaulay=], and decides to go back to Australia following his parents' death.deaths. There, he seeks to buy a farm, which leads him to meet Matilda, falling in love and marrying her. Matilda is pregnant with their child and about to give birth when she discovers a box of photographies photographs and letters Finn kept from his parents. The shock and shame are so strong she suffers DeathByChildbirth, and poor Finn is so broken he decides to let leave his daughter in an orphanage and commits suicide.]]
8th Mar '17 5:52:40 PM nombretomado
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* In MercedesLackey's ''Literature/HeraldsOfValdemar'' series, this theme gets used several times. In ''Magic's Promise'', a minor character was sexually molested by his mother; the trauma from this triggered his latent PsychicPowers. Further, in the ''Mage Winds'' trilogy, MadScientistsBeautifulDaughter Nyara is raised by her father, BigBad Mornelithe Falconsbane, as a sex toy and guinea pig for his sadistic magical experimentation.

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* In MercedesLackey's Creator/MercedesLackey's ''Literature/HeraldsOfValdemar'' series, this theme gets used several times. In ''Magic's Promise'', a minor character was sexually molested by his mother; the trauma from this triggered his latent PsychicPowers. Further, in the ''Mage Winds'' trilogy, MadScientistsBeautifulDaughter Nyara is raised by her father, BigBad Mornelithe Falconsbane, as a sex toy and guinea pig for his sadistic magical experimentation.
4th Mar '17 10:50:32 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* The infamous ''[[ComicBook/TheAvengers Avengers]]'' #200 contained something of this. [[ComicBook/MsMarvel Carol Danvers]] was kidnapped, mind controlled, and impregnated by the son of Immortus, Marcus Immortus. Carol ends up having a MysticalPregnancy with no memory of the incident. The baby grew into an adult in under a day and turned out to be another version of Marcus, reborn on Earth. Carol hated the baby but when she saw Marcus as an adult she fell for him. Eventually they lefttogether to go to another dimension. Despite Marcus handwaving it as not ''really'' being pregnancy and just something that "resembled pregnancy", he still refers to Carol as "Mother" and she did give birth to him. In ''Avengers Annual'' #10 brought Carol back, made it clear she was raped, and let her give a WhatTheHellHero speech to the others.

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* The infamous ''[[ComicBook/TheAvengers Avengers]]'' #200 contained something of this. [[ComicBook/MsMarvel Carol Danvers]] was kidnapped, mind controlled, and impregnated by the son of Immortus, Marcus Immortus. Carol ends up having a MysticalPregnancy with no memory of the incident. The baby grew into an adult in under a day and turned out to be another version of Marcus, reborn on Earth. Carol hated the baby but when she saw Marcus as an adult she fell for him. Eventually they lefttogether to go to another dimension.dimension, and the crazy part was, the other Avengers seemed perfectly okay with it. Despite Marcus handwaving it as not ''really'' being pregnancy and just something that "resembled pregnancy", he still refers to Carol as "Mother" and she did give birth to him. In ''Avengers Annual'' #10 brought Carol back, made it clear she was raped, and let her give a WhatTheHellHero speech to the others. (And by proxy, to the writers of the original story who thought this was acceptable.)
26th Feb '17 9:45:45 AM nombretomado
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** Spoofed in a cutaway on ''WesternAnimation/TheClevelandShow'', where Cleveland mentions a remake of ''Film/{{Chinatown}}'' with [[HannahMontana Miley Cyrus]] reenacting the famous "She's my sister ''and'' my daughter" scene.

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** Spoofed in a cutaway on ''WesternAnimation/TheClevelandShow'', where Cleveland mentions a remake of ''Film/{{Chinatown}}'' with [[HannahMontana Miley Cyrus]] Music/MileyCyrus reenacting the famous "She's my sister ''and'' my daughter" scene.
20th Feb '17 11:45:13 AM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Craster and his harem of daughter-wives.
12th Feb '17 6:08:17 PM Guide
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* ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDragonJakeLong'' In episode when Jake return to the parent's past his Grandpa paired Jake and his mother together. to their horror. He didn't know the future though, and later when he said they were on a date... They didn't agree.

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* ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDragonJakeLong'' In episode when Jake return to the parent's past his Grandpa paired Jake and his mother together. together, to their horror. He didn't know the future though, and later when he said they were on a date... They didn't agree.
8th Feb '17 1:37:29 PM MajinAkuma
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* ''Manga/{{Berserk}}'' has an incredibly creepy example in the King of Midland and his feelings for his only daughter, Princess Charlotte. After [[spoiler: Griffith has sex with Charlotte following Guts' leaving him and the Hawks, the King goes crazy, and after throwing Griffith into the Tower of Rebirth to be put to the torture and declaring the rest of the Hawks {{outlaw}}, he tries to rape Charlotte. She barely manages to fight him off, and the experience wracks him with incredible guilt, to the point where he visibly ages and falls ill. Charlotte (very understandably) wants nothing to do with her father afterwards, and won't even see him on his deathbed]].
* Sakurazuka Seishirou and his mother [[TheOphelia Setsuka]] in ''Manga/TokyoBabylon'' and ''Manga/{{X1999}}''. No evidence about sexual encounters, thank God, but the SubText is ''incredibly'' strong -- specially in the CD dramas.[[spoiler: Not helped by their LastKiss in the manga, which comes ''after'' a teenaged Seishirou [[SelfMadeOrphan fights, defeats and kills Setsuka]] as the requirement to become the Sakurazukamori.]]

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* ''Manga/{{Berserk}}'' has an incredibly creepy example in the King of Midland and his feelings for his only daughter, Princess Charlotte. After [[spoiler: [[spoiler:After Griffith has sex with Charlotte following Guts' leaving him and the Hawks, the King goes crazy, and after throwing Griffith into the Tower of Rebirth to be put to the torture and declaring the rest of the Hawks {{outlaw}}, he tries to rape Charlotte. She barely manages to fight him off, and the experience wracks him with incredible guilt, to the point where he visibly ages and falls ill. Charlotte (very understandably) wants nothing to do with her father afterwards, and won't even see him on his deathbed]].
* Seishirou Sakurazuka Seishirou and his mother [[TheOphelia Setsuka]] in ''Manga/TokyoBabylon'' and ''Manga/{{X1999}}''. No evidence about sexual encounters, thank God, but the SubText is ''incredibly'' strong -- specially in the CD dramas.[[spoiler: Not [[spoiler:Not helped by their LastKiss in the manga, which comes ''after'' a teenaged Seishirou [[SelfMadeOrphan fights, defeats and kills Setsuka]] as the requirement to become the Sakurazukamori.]]



** In the chapter where this is revealed, she receives a movie where the main characters are her and her father... [[spoiler: it turns out to be a porno and the makers of it are killed shortly after Fran finishes watching it.]]
* Initially Averted in ''Anime/MaiOtome'', Nina is in love with her adoptive father, though Sergey doesn't feel the same(and probably doesn't know about Nina's). [[{{Squick}} Fortunately.]] [[spoiler:Though Nina and Sergey come close to doing... well, you know...together close to the end, though Sergey chickens out at the last second, due to the fact that he only thought of her as his daughter and was Squicked out by her feelings for him. ([[{{Squick}} thank God]]). In the end, Sergey loses his memories and it seems Nina has dedicated herself to nursing him back to health.]] However, ''Anime/MaiOtomeZwei'' reveals [[spoiler: they never had sex, as Nina still has the nanomachines that make her an otome.]] This isn't present in the manga, where [[spoiler:Sergey is the BigBad and not related to Nina, biologically or through adoption]].

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** In the chapter where this is revealed, she receives a movie where the main characters are her and her father... [[spoiler: it [[spoiler:it turns out to be a porno and the makers of it are killed shortly after Fran finishes watching it.]]
* Initially Averted in ''Anime/MaiOtome'', Nina is in love with her adoptive father, though Sergey doesn't feel the same(and probably doesn't know about Nina's). [[{{Squick}} Fortunately.]] [[spoiler:Though Nina and Sergey come close to doing... well, you know...together close to the end, though Sergey chickens out at the last second, due to the fact that he only thought of her as his daughter and was Squicked out by her feelings for him. ([[{{Squick}} thank God]]). In the end, Sergey loses his memories and it seems Nina has dedicated herself to nursing him back to health.]] However, ''Anime/MaiOtomeZwei'' reveals [[spoiler: they [[spoiler:they never had sex, as Nina still has the nanomachines that make her an otome.]] This isn't present in the manga, where [[spoiler:Sergey is the BigBad and not related to Nina, biologically or through adoption]].



* In the manga ''Literature/BattleRoyale'', [[spoiler: Mitsuko]] has this a bit, leading to her, at that time, stable morals being broken and turning her into TheVamp she is as of the series beginning; and this event repeatedly comes up a lot, particularly when she is[[spoiler: raping Yuichiro]], as well as when [[spoiler: Kiriyama was torturing her with bullets]].

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* In the manga ''Literature/BattleRoyale'', [[spoiler: Mitsuko]] [[spoiler:Mitsuko]] has this a bit, leading to her, at that time, stable morals being broken and turning her into TheVamp she is as of the series beginning; and this event repeatedly comes up a lot, particularly when she is[[spoiler: raping is[[spoiler:raping Yuichiro]], as well as when [[spoiler: Kiriyama [[spoiler:Kiriyama was torturing her with bullets]].



* In ''Manga/{{Chobits}}'', [[spoiler: Freya fell in love with her father/creator]]. It did ''not'' end well.

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* In ''Manga/{{Chobits}}'', [[spoiler: Freya [[spoiler:Freya fell in love with her father/creator]]. It did ''not'' end well.



* In ''Manga/BlackButler'', FreudianExcuse for some of [[spoiler: [[CuteAndPsycho Alois]] 's]] behavior. The very first scene of Season 2 gives us the blink-you'll-miss-it visual of [[spoiler: Alois getting out of a bed in which an old man is sleeping before the much more noticeable bruised-butt shot.]] The kid only mentions his father during his clearly false innocent moments, otherwise freaking out at the mention of him, stating hysterically that he "got rid of all the old man's things". The numbers of when he was "saved" from his kidnapping experience, when his father is stated to have died, and when [[spoiler: he contracted Claude]] all match up. It's eventually shown that [[spoiler:the man wasn't his real father]]. But given that [[spoiler: he eventually had to act as Earl Trancy's son, as well as the obvious fact that it's an old man having probably non-consensual sex with a boy who's only just hit puberty, mean the squick factor is still very much there.]]

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* In ''Manga/BlackButler'', FreudianExcuse for some of [[spoiler: [[CuteAndPsycho [[spoiler:[[CuteAndPsycho Alois]] 's]] behavior. The very first scene of Season 2 gives us the blink-you'll-miss-it visual of [[spoiler: Alois [[spoiler:Alois getting out of a bed in which an old man is sleeping before the much more noticeable bruised-butt shot.]] The kid only mentions his father during his clearly false innocent moments, otherwise freaking out at the mention of him, stating hysterically that he "got rid of all the old man's things". The numbers of when he was "saved" from his kidnapping experience, when his father is stated to have died, and when [[spoiler: he [[spoiler:he contracted Claude]] all match up. It's eventually shown that [[spoiler:the man wasn't his real father]]. But given that [[spoiler: he [[spoiler:he eventually had to act as Earl Trancy's son, as well as the obvious fact that it's an old man having probably non-consensual sex with a boy who's only just hit puberty, mean the squick factor is still very much there.]]



* Strongly implied in the case of [[spoiler: Yuri Tokikago and her MadArtist father]] in ''Anime/MawaruPenguindrum''.

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* Strongly implied in the case of [[spoiler: Yuri [[spoiler:Yuri Tokikago and her MadArtist father]] in ''Anime/MawaruPenguindrum''.



* It's very, very heavily implied that [[spoiler:Sho Shibuya]] from ''Manga/GreatTeacherOnizuka'' was sexually abused by [[spoiler: his mother]]. Not only that, but [[spoiler: nobody believed him when he went to the authorities, so he murdered her (or at the very least attacked her with murderous intent) and then attempted suicide.]]

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* It's very, very heavily implied that [[spoiler:Sho Shibuya]] from ''Manga/GreatTeacherOnizuka'' was sexually abused by [[spoiler: his [[spoiler:his mother]]. Not only that, but [[spoiler: nobody [[spoiler:nobody believed him when he went to the authorities, so he murdered her (or at the very least attacked her with murderous intent) and then attempted suicide.]]suicide]].



* In ''Manga/{{Ooku}}: The Inner Chambers'' Sakyo's mother first forced herself on him when he was fourteen, and the relationship carried on for almost ten years, long enough for him to father two children on his own mother. Little wonder that Sakyo was willing to enter and work at Ienobu's household with no pay, if it meant getting away from his mother. [[spoiler: She did NOT take it well when he announced he was leaving, and threatened to curse him.]]
* Weirdly averted in Arina Tanemura's ''Manga/TimeStrangerKyoko'', where in the ending [[spoiler: Kyoko ends up possessing her long-dead adoptive mother's body--which her father preserved. So, while there's no actual incest, the King's adoptive daughter is possessing his wife's body. The body that gave birth to the body she used to possess.]]

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* In ''Manga/{{Ooku}}: The Inner Chambers'' Sakyo's mother first forced herself on him when he was fourteen, and the relationship carried on for almost ten years, long enough for him to father two children on his own mother. Little wonder that Sakyo was willing to enter and work at Ienobu's household with no pay, if it meant getting away from his mother. [[spoiler: She [[spoiler:She did NOT take it well when he announced he was leaving, and threatened to curse him.]]
* Weirdly averted in Arina Tanemura's ''Manga/TimeStrangerKyoko'', where in the ending [[spoiler: Kyoko [[spoiler:Kyoko ends up possessing her long-dead adoptive mother's body--which her father preserved. So, while there's no actual incest, the King's adoptive daughter is possessing his wife's body. The body that gave birth to the body she used to possess.]]



* ''Film/TheGrifters''. Implied until the end [[spoiler: when indeed the mother's lust comes out into the open with tragic results.]]

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* ''Film/TheGrifters''. Implied until the end [[spoiler: when [[spoiler:when indeed the mother's lust comes out into the open with tragic results.]]



* ''Film/{{Chinatown}}'' featured Father/Daughter incest in an infamous reveal about Mrs. Evelyn Mulwray and a woman who Jake Gittes took to be the mistress of Mulwray's late husband. She's actually the sister ''and'' the daughter of Mrs. Mulwray because Mrs. Mulwray was raped by her father Noah Cross. Noah crosses the MoralEventHorizon even ''further'' when [[spoiler: at the end, he forcibly takes his granddaughter into his car, implying he wants to do the exact same thing to her.]] [[WhatCouldHaveBeen Evelyn Mulwray was going to be played by Anjelica Huston, John's real-life daughter]], as an utterly perverse CastingGag.

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* ''Film/{{Chinatown}}'' featured Father/Daughter incest in an infamous reveal about Mrs. Evelyn Mulwray and a woman who Jake Gittes took to be the mistress of Mulwray's late husband. She's actually the sister ''and'' the daughter of Mrs. Mulwray because Mrs. Mulwray was raped by her father Noah Cross. Noah crosses the MoralEventHorizon even ''further'' when [[spoiler: at [[spoiler:at the end, he forcibly takes his granddaughter into his car, implying he wants to do the exact same thing to her.]] [[WhatCouldHaveBeen Evelyn Mulwray was going to be played by Anjelica Huston, John's real-life daughter]], as an utterly perverse CastingGag.



* In ''Film/AnAmericanHaunting'', it turns out that [[spoiler: the "ghost" haunting the house is actually a psychic phenomenon caused unconsciously by the daughter's trauma of being raped by her father. In scenes set in the modern day the daughter's ghost appears to a mother whose daughter, it turns out in the end, is also being molested by her father]].

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* In ''Film/AnAmericanHaunting'', it turns out that [[spoiler: the [[spoiler:the "ghost" haunting the house is actually a psychic phenomenon caused unconsciously by the daughter's trauma of being raped by her father. In scenes set in the modern day the daughter's ghost appears to a mother whose daughter, it turns out in the end, is also being molested by her father]].



* In ''Film/{{Precious}}: Based on the Novel Push by Sapphire'' [[spoiler: the title character is raped by her father, resulting in two children and HIV. The first child has Down's Syndrome.]] And in the movie it's strongly implied (and in the book, outright said) that [[spoiler: Precious' mother forces her to "take care of her" (i.e., perform oral sex on her) because she feels that her daughter drove her boyfriend off and, as she says, "who was gonna love me?"]] That movie is ''fucked''.

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* In ''Film/{{Precious}}: Based on the Novel Push by Sapphire'' [[spoiler: the [[spoiler:the title character is raped by her father, resulting in two children and HIV. The first child has Down's Syndrome.]] And in the movie it's strongly implied (and in the book, outright said) that [[spoiler: Precious' [[spoiler:Precious' mother forces her to "take care of her" (i.e., perform oral sex on her) because she feels that her daughter drove her boyfriend off and, as she says, "who was gonna love me?"]] That movie is ''fucked''.



* In ''The Goddess of 1967'', [[spoiler: Deidre is the product of this. Perhaps that's why she's blind...]]

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* In ''The Goddess of 1967'', [[spoiler: Deidre [[spoiler:Deidre is the product of this. Perhaps that's why she's blind...]]



* ''Film/{{Splice}}'': [[spoiler: Dren with both of her/his parents, although technically Clive is only a step-parent, at best.]]
* In the ''Millicent and Therese'' segment of ''Film/TrilogyOfTerror'', about two sisters who hate each other, Millicent claims that Therese seduced their father when she was sixteen. [[spoiler: Since Millicent and Therese are actually [[SplitPersonality the same person]], it's likely that this is an ... uncharitable interpretation of what actually happened.]]

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* ''Film/{{Splice}}'': [[spoiler: Dren [[spoiler:Dren with both of her/his parents, although technically Clive is only a step-parent, at best.]]
* In the ''Millicent and Therese'' segment of ''Film/TrilogyOfTerror'', about two sisters who hate each other, Millicent claims that Therese seduced their father when she was sixteen. [[spoiler: Since [[spoiler:Since Millicent and Therese are actually [[SplitPersonality the same person]], it's likely that this is an ... uncharitable interpretation of what actually happened.]]



* Whether or not a "mild" form of this occurred is the central focus of ''Film/EvesBayou''. [[spoiler: The theatrical release makes it more explicit that Cisely kissed her father and he stopped her, while the director's cut leaves it ambiguous who initiated the kiss.]]

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* Whether or not a "mild" form of this occurred is the central focus of ''Film/EvesBayou''. [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The theatrical release makes it more explicit that Cisely kissed her father and he stopped her, while the director's cut leaves it ambiguous who initiated the kiss.]]



* In ''Film/GirlInterrupted'', this has secretly being going on with [[spoiler: inmate Daisy, and when [[LackOfEmpathy Lisa]] calls her out on it and tells her ''everyone'' knew about it, [[DespairEventHorizon it drives Daisy to commit suicide]].]]

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* In ''Film/GirlInterrupted'', this has secretly being going on with [[spoiler: inmate [[spoiler:inmate Daisy, and when [[LackOfEmpathy Lisa]] calls her out on it and tells her ''everyone'' knew about it, [[DespairEventHorizon it drives Daisy to commit suicide]].]]



* From the ''Literature/GemmaDoyle'' trilogy. This is [[spoiler: Felicity]]'s backstory. When she got "too old," Daddy dumped her, later taking in another young relative as a "ward"...

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* From the ''Literature/GemmaDoyle'' trilogy. This is [[spoiler: Felicity]]'s [[spoiler:Felicity]]'s backstory. When she got "too old," Daddy dumped her, later taking in another young relative as a "ward"...



** Lara Raith [[spoiler: engages in a similar behavior at the end of ''Blood Rites'', turning the tables on her father, and binding him to be her slave instead]]. By way of explanation, it's not pure sexual slavery, it's complete mental control, achieved through the use of their supernatural mojo.

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** Lara Raith [[spoiler: engages [[spoiler:engages in a similar behavior at the end of ''Blood Rites'', turning the tables on her father, and binding him to be her slave instead]]. By way of explanation, it's not pure sexual slavery, it's complete mental control, achieved through the use of their supernatural mojo.



** Another of Lackey's books, ''[[Literature/ElementalMasters Unnatural Issue]]'', is based on the fairy tale "The King Who Wished Marry To His Daughter," and had a more disturbing version. [[spoiler: He wishes to use his daughter's body as a vessel for her dead mother's spirit, and marry her all over again, even making plans to dismiss all the servants who knew about the girl and return with his new 'young bride'. In a particularly creepy scene, the heroine overhears her father ruminating on the things he's going to do to her (well, her body anyway) and is as horrified as you might expect.]]

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** Another of Lackey's books, ''[[Literature/ElementalMasters Unnatural Issue]]'', is based on the fairy tale "The King Who Wished Marry To His Daughter," and had a more disturbing version. [[spoiler: He [[spoiler:He wishes to use his daughter's body as a vessel for her dead mother's spirit, and marry her all over again, even making plans to dismiss all the servants who knew about the girl and return with his new 'young bride'. In a particularly creepy scene, the heroine overhears her father ruminating on the things he's going to do to her (well, her body anyway) and is as horrified as you might expect.]]



* ''Literature/{{Rant}}'' has possibly the most horrific example of this, and [[spoiler: one of the more unusual in that it's the ''son'' who rapes the mother...and the grandmother...and the great-grandmother, and....obviously, there's a bit of time travel involved.]]

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* ''Literature/{{Rant}}'' has possibly the most horrific example of this, and [[spoiler: one [[spoiler:one of the more unusual in that it's the ''son'' who rapes the mother...and the grandmother...and the great-grandmother, and....obviously, there's a bit of time travel involved.]]



* In the short story "Clean Slate" the protagonist [[spoiler: kills her parents and becomes a serial killer]] when her father breaks off their longterm affair after she turns 18.

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* In the short story "Clean Slate" the protagonist [[spoiler: kills [[spoiler:kills her parents and becomes a serial killer]] when her father breaks off their longterm affair after she turns 18.



* In ''LightNovel/BookGirl and the Famished Spirit'', one character is implied to have been sexually abused by her uncle/guardian, [[spoiler: who is eventually revealed to be her real father -- which she knew, but he didn't]].

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* In ''LightNovel/BookGirl and the Famished Spirit'', one character is implied to have been sexually abused by her uncle/guardian, [[spoiler: who [[spoiler:who is eventually revealed to be her real father -- which she knew, but he didn't]].



* This is actually the [[spoiler: motive]] behind the major case in the novel ''Series/CaseHistories'' and its subsequent TV adaptation. [[spoiler: The little girl at the center of case was murdered by her oldest sister because the sister realized that their father had the intention of sexually abusing her like he had been doing with the sister. In order to spare her little sister from the same fate, she murdered and buried the little girl in their neighbor's yard and subsequently entered a convent.]]

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* This is actually the [[spoiler: motive]] [[spoiler:motive]] behind the major case in the novel ''Series/CaseHistories'' and its subsequent TV adaptation. [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The little girl at the center of case was murdered by her oldest sister because the sister realized that their father had the intention of sexually abusing her like he had been doing with the sister. In order to spare her little sister from the same fate, she murdered and buried the little girl in their neighbor's yard and subsequently entered a convent.]]



* The book (and the subsequent Swedish and American film versions) ''[[TheMillenniumTrilogy The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo]]'' [[spoiler: has the character Harriet Vanger being raped from a young age by her father, Gottfried, and after his death by her brother Martin. This is of course why she leaves Sweden.]]

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* The book (and the subsequent Swedish and American film versions) ''[[TheMillenniumTrilogy The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo]]'' [[spoiler: has [[spoiler:has the character Harriet Vanger being raped from a young age by her father, Gottfried, and after his death by her brother Martin. This is of course why she leaves Sweden.]]



* In the short story ''Florville et Courval'' by the Creator/MarquisDeSade, Florville [[spoiler: marries her father and becomes pregnant with his child. Florville's mother kept the pregnancy secret and gave Florville away without the father knowing of her existence.]]

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* In the short story ''Florville et Courval'' by the Creator/MarquisDeSade, Florville [[spoiler: marries [[spoiler:marries her father and becomes pregnant with his child. Florville's mother kept the pregnancy secret and gave Florville away without the father knowing of her existence.]]



* In ''Shovel Ready'' Persephone claims that her father is also the father of her child. [[spoiler: He's not although he did rape her.]]

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* In ''Shovel Ready'' Persephone claims that her father is also the father of her child. [[spoiler: He's [[spoiler:He's not although he did rape her.]]



* William Johnstone's horror novel ''The Toy Cemetery'' has a few disturbing depictions of this. The town of Victory, South Carolina is controlled by a cult that has been making its citizens propagate by making them sleep with their children via magical control. The first opening chapters actually has the main character almost sleep with his daughter, who was ''willing to go along with it'' before they both snapped out of it. [[spoiler: Sadly, the book ends with said daughter, now thoroughly brainwashed, secretly planning to one day seduce or rape her father.]]

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* William Johnstone's horror novel ''The Toy Cemetery'' has a few disturbing depictions of this. The town of Victory, South Carolina is controlled by a cult that has been making its citizens propagate by making them sleep with their children via magical control. The first opening chapters actually has the main character almost sleep with his daughter, who was ''willing to go along with it'' before they both snapped out of it. [[spoiler: Sadly, [[spoiler:Sadly, the book ends with said daughter, now thoroughly brainwashed, secretly planning to one day seduce or rape her father.]]



* In ''Bent Road'' a little girl goes missing. We find out through her mother that [[spoiler: her father accidentally killed her and had sexually abused her as well, because as she put it, “Some men don't know the difference between a daughter and a wife,”]]

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* In ''Bent Road'' a little girl goes missing. We find out through her mother that [[spoiler: her [[spoiler:her father accidentally killed her and had sexually abused her as well, because as she put it, “Some men don't know the difference between a daughter and a wife,”]]



** [[spoiler: Then it's plain horrifically straight. When Matilda gives birth to her son, the midwife decides to keep the baby for herself and tells Matilda she had a stillbirth, before taking the baby and her husband to New Zealand. The baby is happily raised under the name Finn MacKaulay, and decides to go back to Australia following his parents' death. There, he seeks to buy a farm, which leads him to meet Matilda, falling in love and marrying her. Matilda is pregnant with their child and about to give birth when she discovers a box of photographies and letters Finn kept from his parents. The shock and shame are so strong she suffers DeathByChildbirth, and poor Finn is so broken he decides to let his daughter in an orphanage and commits suicide.]]

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** [[spoiler: Then [[spoiler:Then it's plain horrifically straight. When Matilda gives birth to her son, the midwife decides to keep the baby for herself and tells Matilda she had a stillbirth, before taking the baby and her husband to New Zealand. The baby is happily raised under the name Finn MacKaulay, and decides to go back to Australia following his parents' death. There, he seeks to buy a farm, which leads him to meet Matilda, falling in love and marrying her. Matilda is pregnant with their child and about to give birth when she discovers a box of photographies and letters Finn kept from his parents. The shock and shame are so strong she suffers DeathByChildbirth, and poor Finn is so broken he decides to let his daughter in an orphanage and commits suicide.]]



* In ''Series/BeverlyHills90210'', [[spoiler: Valerie]] makes a sad example of this when her backstory is finally revealed.

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* In ''Series/BeverlyHills90210'', [[spoiler: Valerie]] [[spoiler:Valerie]] makes a sad example of this when her backstory is finally revealed.



** Season 10 episode "Lost and Found" has the team assuming that dear old dad had knocked up his own daughter with their son/half-brother before disappearing. [[spoiler: Turns out she was raped by her mother's brother.]]

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** Season 10 episode "Lost and Found" has the team assuming that dear old dad had knocked up his own daughter with their son/half-brother before disappearing. [[spoiler: Turns [[spoiler:Turns out she was raped by her mother's brother.]]



** SVU has a long list of these: A court judge who was harsh on sex offenders after [[spoiler: he raped his 11-year old step-daughter and conceived a son]], a gold-digger who seduced her stepson and [[spoiler: convinced another man she was having an affair with to kill the father]], a murderer who was in an incestuous relationship with his mother [[spoiler: and killed her to free himself from her control]], two brothers from season 1 who were molested by their father: one grew up to be a serial rapist, the other turned out normal but got drunk and [[MurderByMistake killed a man he thought was his brother]].
*** There was also the episode with a man who wanted lots of kids so he [[spoiler: arranged for other men to impregnate his wife and, when she could no longer conceive, he fathered a child with his teenage daughter, albeit with a turkey baster, I believe.]]
*** Then there was an infamous reveal that [[spoiler: Fin's stepson, Darius, was the result of his mother being raped by her father.]]

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** SVU has a long list of these: A court judge who was harsh on sex offenders after [[spoiler: he [[spoiler:he raped his 11-year old step-daughter and conceived a son]], a gold-digger who seduced her stepson and [[spoiler: convinced [[spoiler:convinced another man she was having an affair with to kill the father]], a murderer who was in an incestuous relationship with his mother [[spoiler: and [[spoiler:and killed her to free himself from her control]], two brothers from season 1 who were molested by their father: one grew up to be a serial rapist, the other turned out normal but got drunk and [[MurderByMistake killed a man he thought was his brother]].
*** There was also the episode with a man who wanted lots of kids so he [[spoiler: arranged [[spoiler:arranged for other men to impregnate his wife and, when she could no longer conceive, he fathered a child with his teenage daughter, albeit with a turkey baster, I believe.]]
*** Then there was an infamous reveal that [[spoiler: Fin's [[spoiler:Fin's stepson, Darius, was the result of his mother being raped by her father.]]father]].



* ''Series/CriminalMinds'' had quite a few {{Serial Killer}}s with this backstory, but the one that takes the {{squick}} has to be the killer from "Reflection of Desire" whose mother was an actress from 1950's films. To perfect the romantic plots they staged and re-enacted when she was younger, he cut off the lips of his first victim [[spoiler: and affixed them onto his mother's long-rotted corpse, which he hallucinated was her, still alive.]]
* ''Series/OutrageousFortune'' has Judd sleeping with his girlfriend's mid-twenties daughter during mid six season, [[spoiler:they get married at the end of the season.]]

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* ''Series/CriminalMinds'' had quite a few {{Serial Killer}}s with this backstory, but the one that takes the {{squick}} has to be the killer from "Reflection of Desire" whose mother was an actress from 1950's films. To perfect the romantic plots they staged and re-enacted when she was younger, he cut off the lips of his first victim [[spoiler: and [[spoiler:and affixed them onto his mother's long-rotted corpse, which he hallucinated was her, still alive.]]
alive]].
* ''Series/OutrageousFortune'' has Judd sleeping with his girlfriend's mid-twenties daughter during mid six season, [[spoiler:they get married at the end of the season.]]season]].



* ''Series/MidsomerMurders'': Taken up a notch in an episode in which the murders revolve around a family's secret eugenics scheme that paired a father with his daughter ''and with that daughter's daughter''. [[spoiler: The episode is "Master Class". A skilled young pianist is seduced by her world-renowned piano teacher, and nearly goes to bed with him, until she finds out that he's her father ''and her grandfather''. The pianist was trying to pass on an increasingly pure copy of his musical genes.]]
* In the mini-series ''Series/ThePillarsOfTheEarth'' William Hambly and his mother are ''very'' close. They never actually have sex but the desire is obvious on both sides. [[spoiler: He finally kills her in a guilt induced rage]]

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* ''Series/MidsomerMurders'': Taken up a notch in an episode in which the murders revolve around a family's secret eugenics scheme that paired a father with his daughter ''and with that daughter's daughter''. [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The episode is "Master Class". A skilled young pianist is seduced by her world-renowned piano teacher, and nearly goes to bed with him, until she finds out that he's her father ''and her grandfather''. The pianist was trying to pass on an increasingly pure copy of his musical genes.]]
* In the mini-series ''Series/ThePillarsOfTheEarth'' William Hambly and his mother are ''very'' close. They never actually have sex but the desire is obvious on both sides. [[spoiler: He [[spoiler:He finally kills her in a guilt induced rage]]



* In ''Series/AmericanHorrorStoryCoven'' [[spoiler: Kyle and his mother had a longstanding relationship. When he returns as [=FrankenKyle=] she renews the relationship. Unfortunately for her the returned Kyle is not as submissive as he originally was and kills her.]]

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* In ''Series/AmericanHorrorStoryCoven'' [[spoiler: Kyle [[spoiler:Kyle and his mother had a longstanding relationship. When he returns as [=FrankenKyle=] she renews the relationship. Unfortunately for her the returned Kyle is not as submissive as he originally was and kills her.]]



** In Episode 2.10, [[spoiler: Norma kissed Norman.]]
** In Season 3 [[spoiler: Norman confessed to his mother that he had sexual attraction to her.]]

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** In Episode 2.10, [[spoiler: Norma [[spoiler:Norma kissed Norman.]]
** In Season 3 [[spoiler: Norman [[spoiler:Norman confessed to his mother that he had sexual attraction to her.]]



* Part of TheReveal on ''Series/TwinPeaks'' is that [[spoiler: [[PosthumousCharacter Laura Palmer]] was the repeated victim of sexual abuse by her father, Leland, who has been victim of a partial DemonicPossession ever since he was molested by a neighbour of his grandfather, as a child. ''Film/TwinPeaksFireWalkWithMe'', the movie prequel to the series, shows Laura trying, and failing, to repress the knowledge of her rapist's identity,]] in a plot that shows almost the exact opposite of what Freud thought about was really going on in such cases.

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* Part of TheReveal on ''Series/TwinPeaks'' is that [[spoiler: [[PosthumousCharacter [[spoiler:[[PosthumousCharacter Laura Palmer]] was the repeated victim of sexual abuse by her father, Leland, who has been victim of a partial DemonicPossession ever since he was molested by a neighbour of his grandfather, as a child. ''Film/TwinPeaksFireWalkWithMe'', the movie prequel to the series, shows Laura trying, and failing, to repress the knowledge of her rapist's identity,]] in a plot that shows almost the exact opposite of what Freud thought about was really going on in such cases.



* [[spoiler: Angela and Thomas Orosco]] in ''SilentHill2'' are the only instance of this in canon, although fans [[EpilepticTrees theorize]] that the trope has appeared elsewhere in the series as well.

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* [[spoiler: Angela [[spoiler:Angela and Thomas Orosco]] in ''SilentHill2'' are the only instance of this in canon, although fans [[EpilepticTrees theorize]] that the trope has appeared elsewhere in the series as well.



*** Now that SilentHillShatteredMemories is out, in a way, that the ship is now canon. Cheryl of SHSM [[spoiler: does indeed love her father. Very, VERY much. And this time, there's not even the mitigating circumstances any more. She's his blood daughter, as far as we know.]]

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*** Now that SilentHillShatteredMemories is out, in a way, that the ship is now canon. Cheryl of SHSM [[spoiler: does [[spoiler:does indeed love her father. Very, VERY much. And this time, there's not even the mitigating circumstances any more. She's his blood daughter, as far as we know.]]



* Since ''VideoGame/TheWolfAmongUs'' features fairy tale characters in '80s New York, this was probably gonna happen at some point or another. But really, who expected the above-mentioned [[spoiler: ''Donkeyskin'']] to show up?

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* Since ''VideoGame/TheWolfAmongUs'' features fairy tale characters in '80s New York, this was probably gonna happen at some point or another. But really, who expected the above-mentioned [[spoiler: ''Donkeyskin'']] [[spoiler:''Donkeyskin'']] to show up?



* In ''VideoGame/DreamingMary'' it is strongly hinted that [[spoiler: Mari's father (represented by Boaris) had been abusing and molesting her.]]

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* In ''VideoGame/DreamingMary'' it is strongly hinted that [[spoiler: Mari's [[spoiler:Mari's father (represented by Boaris) had been abusing and molesting her.]]



* Episode 7 of ''VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry'' reveals that [[spoiler: Kinzō had a child with an Italian woman named Beatrice, [[DeathByChildbirth who died in the process]]. He then had the not so bright idea of naming the child after her, and since she grew up to look so much like her mother he convinced himself that his daughter was his lover reincarnated. The result was a ChildByRape, who would grow up to become the BigBad of [[DiscOneFinalBoss the first half of the story]].]]

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* Episode 7 of ''VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry'' reveals that [[spoiler: Kinzō [[spoiler:Kinzō had a child with an Italian woman named Beatrice, [[DeathByChildbirth who died in the process]]. He then had the not so bright idea of naming the child after her, and since she grew up to look so much like her mother he convinced himself that his daughter was his lover reincarnated. The result was a ChildByRape, who would grow up to become the BigBad of [[DiscOneFinalBoss the first half of the story]].]]



** A completely [[BigScrewedUpFamily screwed-up]] example occurred when [[spoiler: the Duke-Consort of Lillah seduced his stepson, the Earl of Io, which is part of what led to the boy going AxCrazy]].
*** The [[spoiler: seduced]] bit is putting it lightly considering that, judging by [[spoiler: his oldest half-brothers age, Kevan was 14 ''at most'' when it started.]]
** Conversely, an example that crosses over with BrotherSisterIncest occurs in one ending, and is portrayed as completely benign. [[spoiler: Elodie's lover Brin marries her father, and Elodie marries Brin's brother Banion, so Elodie is having an affair with her [[DoubleInLawMarriage stepmother/stepsister]]. In this case, the relationship predates the marriages, so it's not quite as squicky.]]

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** A completely [[BigScrewedUpFamily screwed-up]] example occurred when [[spoiler: the [[spoiler:the Duke-Consort of Lillah seduced his stepson, the Earl of Io, which is part of what led to the boy going AxCrazy]].
*** The [[spoiler: seduced]] [[spoiler:seduced]] bit is putting it lightly considering that, judging by [[spoiler: his [[spoiler:his oldest half-brothers age, Kevan was 14 ''at most'' when it started.]]
** Conversely, an example that crosses over with BrotherSisterIncest occurs in one ending, and is portrayed as completely benign. [[spoiler: Elodie's [[spoiler:Elodie's lover Brin marries her father, and Elodie marries Brin's brother Banion, so Elodie is having an affair with her [[DoubleInLawMarriage stepmother/stepsister]]. In this case, the relationship predates the marriages, so it's not quite as squicky.]]



* Implied but averted in ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'', where Prince Aaronev of Sturmhalten was [[spoiler: trying to download the mind of Lucrezia/the Other into his daughter's body.]] The process fails and eventually [[spoiler: kills her]] but given just how obsessed he is with the Other, and how the Other [[spoiler: in Agatha's body]] fawns all over his son saying how alike they look, what he appears to have had in mind for his daughter's possessed body becomes pure FridgeHorror.

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* Implied but averted in ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'', where Prince Aaronev of Sturmhalten was [[spoiler: trying [[spoiler:trying to download the mind of Lucrezia/the Other into his daughter's body.]] The process fails and eventually [[spoiler: kills [[spoiler:kills her]] but given just how obsessed he is with the Other, and how the Other [[spoiler: in [[spoiler:in Agatha's body]] fawns all over his son saying how alike they look, what he appears to have had in mind for his daughter's possessed body becomes pure FridgeHorror.



* Subverted in ''Tea, Biscuits and Incest'' where Makayla is impregnated by her father Chad but neither of them know he's the father because it was artificial insemination by sperm donor. But then played straight [[spoiler: so to speak when Chad finds out that Jayden, who he was having an affair with is his long lost son and [[{{Twincest}} Makayla's twin brother]] And then Chad reveals that their mother is also his daughter.]]

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* Subverted in ''Tea, Biscuits and Incest'' where Makayla is impregnated by her father Chad but neither of them know he's the father because it was artificial insemination by sperm donor. But then played straight [[spoiler: so [[spoiler:so to speak when Chad finds out that Jayden, who he was having an affair with is his long lost son and [[{{Twincest}} Makayla's twin brother]] And then Chad reveals that their mother is also his daughter.]]



* In ''WesternAnimation/HarveyBirdmanAttorneyAtLaw'', Phil constantly hits on Birdgirl, [[SurpriseIncest not knowing that Birdgirl is his own daughter Judy.]] Judy ''does'' know, but, being a constant slave to the Superhero Sidekick Code of Conduct, is willing to go as far as to marry her own father to keep him from finding out her secret identity. Luckily, he leaves her at the altar for [[OppositeSexClone Aunt]] [[BrotherSisterIncest Phyllis]]. [[spoiler: He figures it out in the final episode, and promptly accuses her of deliberately hitting on him.]]

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* In ''WesternAnimation/HarveyBirdmanAttorneyAtLaw'', Phil constantly hits on Birdgirl, [[SurpriseIncest not knowing that Birdgirl is his own daughter Judy.]] Judy ''does'' know, but, being a constant slave to the Superhero Sidekick Code of Conduct, is willing to go as far as to marry her own father to keep him from finding out her secret identity. Luckily, he leaves her at the altar for [[OppositeSexClone Aunt]] [[BrotherSisterIncest Phyllis]]. [[spoiler: He [[spoiler:He figures it out in the final episode, and promptly accuses her of deliberately hitting on him.]]
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* ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'': [[MadScientist Mayuri's]] lieutenant is also his daughter, although she's an artificial creation. After an enemy regenerates himself from a single cell that had forcibly impregnated her and burst out of mouth fully reformed, she's left as a lifeless, withered husk. Mayuri does something to her off-screen that makes her squeal and gasp in a highly suggestive way but which instantly regenerates her. Renji and Uryuu, who are forced to watch, have beet-red faces, are peeking through hands that are covering their eyes and protest that whatever it is Mayuri is doing to her is extremely inappropriate.

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* ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'': [[MadScientist Mayuri's]] lieutenant is also his daughter, although she's an artificial creation. After an enemy Szayelaporro regenerates himself from a single cell that had forcibly impregnated her and burst out of mouth fully reformed, she's left as a lifeless, withered husk. Mayuri does something to her off-screen that makes her squeal and gasp in a highly suggestive way but which instantly regenerates her. Renji and Uryuu, Ishida, who are forced to watch, have beet-red faces, are peeking through hands that are covering their eyes and protest that whatever it is Mayuri is doing to her is extremely inappropriate.inappropriate. Mayuri on the other hand claims that he didn't do anything like that to her and that's just in their dirty minds.
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* Volume 3 of ''AudioPlay/YandereHeaven'' provides Hajime, the protagonist's stepfather. Like her twin brother, he desires a more intimate relationship with her and he wants to be seen as a man rather than a parental figure.
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