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2nd Jul '16 10:16:20 AM nombretomado
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* Inverted in ''{{Bionicle}}''. The females still retain the "pink" personality, but the majority of the female main characters are blue. And while there are no pink characters, the red ones are all male.

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* Inverted in ''{{Bionicle}}''.''Toys/{{Bionicle}}''. The females still retain the "pink" personality, but the majority of the female main characters are blue. And while there are no pink characters, the red ones are all male.
25th Jun '16 12:51:42 PM Prfnoff
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* ''LegendaryWings'' has Michelle Heart [[note]]Japanese version, the overseas version has her outfit changed to green[[/note]] and Kevin Walker.

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* ''LegendaryWings'' ''VideoGame/LegendaryWings'' has Michelle Heart [[note]]Japanese version, the overseas version has her outfit changed to green[[/note]] and Kevin Walker.



* ''ProfessorLayton'''s young companions fit the trope. His apprentice, Luke, wears a blue hat and blue sweater, while his adopted daughter Flora wears a pink hair ribbon and either a white and pink (''CuriousVillage'') or pink and brown (the other games) dress.

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* ''ProfessorLayton'''s young companions fit the trope. His apprentice, Luke, wears a blue hat and blue sweater, while his adopted daughter Flora wears a pink hair ribbon and either a white and pink (''CuriousVillage'') (''VideoGame/ProfessorLaytonAndTheCuriousVillage'') or pink and brown (the other games) dress.
16th Jun '16 11:53:38 PM Morgenthaler
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* In the episode of ''{{Pocoyo}}'' where he meets an alien, when the alien's parents turn up, the {{Narrator}} addresses the pink alien as the "Mummy Alien". The Alien then gives an angry look at the screen and the Narrator corrects himself, realizing it's the "Daddy Alien".

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* In the episode of ''{{Pocoyo}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Pocoyo}}'' where he meets an alien, when the alien's parents turn up, the {{Narrator}} addresses the pink alien as the "Mummy Alien". The Alien then gives an angry look at the screen and the Narrator corrects himself, realizing it's the "Daddy Alien".
18th Apr '16 5:11:20 PM FF32
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* In ''{{Homestuck}}'', the first two protagonists introduced are blue-themed John and pink-themed Rose. However their sprites, Nanna and Jaspers, invert the trope. Also in Troll society, fuschia-bloods are always female.

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* In ''{{Homestuck}}'', ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'', the first two protagonists introduced are blue-themed John and pink-themed Rose. However their sprites, Nanna and Jaspers, invert the trope. Also in Troll society, fuschia-bloods are always female.
14th Apr '16 1:21:26 AM thesunisup
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* In ''{{Homestuck}}'', the first two protagonists introduced are blue-themed John and pink-themed Rose. However their sprites, Nanna and Jaspers, invert the trope. Also in Troll society, fuschia-bloods are always female.
22nd Mar '16 5:13:16 PM sorako
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** Tiana from the ''Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog'' has earth-toned street clothes, but her main princess costume is blue. Her two wedding dresses are [[TypicalCartoonAnimalColours green]], for obvious motif reasons.
** Inverted in ''WesternAnimation/{{Cars}}'', where hero Lightning [=McQueen=] is a red race car, while his love interest Sally is a blue Porsche 911 Carrera. Also inverted with two of the background race cars where the pink race car sponsoring Tank Coat is actually male, and the blue race car sponsoring RevNGo is actually female.

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** Tiana from the ''Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog'' has earth-toned street clothes, but her main princess costume is blue. Her two wedding dresses are [[TypicalCartoonAnimalColours green]], for obvious motif reasons.
** Inverted in ''WesternAnimation/{{Cars}}'', where hero Lightning [=McQueen=] is a red race car, while his love interest Sally is a blue Porsche 911 Carrera. Also inverted with two of the background race cars where the pink race car sponsoring Tank Coat is actually male, and the blue race car sponsoring RevNGo [=RevNGo=] is actually female.
22nd Mar '16 5:11:34 PM sorako
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** A more recent straight example would be ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'', where Literature/{{Rapunzel}} wears pink, lavender, and purple and Flynn wears blue.

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** A more recent straight example would be ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'', where Literature/{{Rapunzel}} wears pink, lavender, and purple and Flynn wears blue.
16th Feb '16 10:49:57 AM Hallfaer
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** In some regions of France, the colours never got switched, and pink is still male while light-blue is female. Another thing is that on municipal campsites the restrooms are sometimes only indicated by colour. This troper will never forget that stereotypes vary by country, after he walked into a very busy (blue) women's restroom.
8th Feb '16 9:35:46 AM FlyingDuckManGenesis
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* In the ''WebVideo/SuperMarioLogan'' episode, "Cody's Sister!", Cody is revealed to have a twin sister named Katy. Katy wears a pink shirt and hat while her brother wears a blue shirt and hat.
15th Jan '16 2:45:46 PM Anddrix
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*** [[Disney/SleepingBeauty Aurora]] is a rare example from 1959. The three good fairies weren't sure how to color code Aurora, as blue was the traditional feminine color and pink was the emerging feminine color. Note how throughout most of the movie Aurora is wearing blue, but in the Disney Princess line she is ''always'' in pink. [[MisaimedMarketing Hmmmmmm.]] Prince Phillip brings a red cape and hat to the party. Disney Princess-gear Aurora always wears pink because Cinderella always wears blue (Belle wears her yellow ballgown, and Snow White is a mixture of red, blue, and yellow). Aurora was changed over to the pink dress [[ViewersAreMorons to get guests to stop mixing her up with Cinderella]]. Whether or not this problem truly arose in the Disney parks is not certain (of course, since so few guests seem to know who Aurora even ''is''...)

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*** [[Disney/SleepingBeauty Aurora]] is a rare example from 1959. The three good fairies weren't sure how to color code Aurora, as blue was the traditional feminine color and pink was the emerging feminine color. Note how throughout most of the movie Aurora is wearing blue, but in the Disney Princess line she is ''always'' in pink. [[MisaimedMarketing Hmmmmmm.]] Prince Phillip brings a red cape and hat to the party. Disney Princess-gear Aurora always wears pink because Cinderella always wears blue (Belle wears her yellow ballgown, and Snow White is a mixture of red, blue, and yellow). Aurora was changed over to the pink dress [[ViewersAreMorons to get guests to stop mixing her up with Cinderella]].Cinderella. Whether or not this problem truly arose in the Disney parks is not certain (of course, since so few guests seem to know who Aurora even ''is''...)
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