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16th Oct '17 4:48:12 AM foxley
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* Kim, the 18 year old niece of Captain Barnibus Crab in ''WesternAnimation/FlipperAndLopakaFlipper''. Kim is quite an ethusiastic apprentice pirate and often seems far better at the actual business of piracy than her uncle.

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* Kim, the 18 year old niece of Captain Barnibus Crab in ''WesternAnimation/FlipperAndLopakaFlipper''.''WesternAnimation/FlipperAndLopaka''. Kim is quite an ethusiastic apprentice pirate and often seems far better at the actual business of piracy than her uncle.
16th Oct '17 3:52:14 AM jormis29
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* Kim, the 18 year old niece of Captain Barnibus Crab in ''Flipper and Lopaka''. Kim is quite an ethusiastic apprentice pirate and often seems far better at the actual business of piracy than her uncle.

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* Kim, the 18 year old niece of Captain Barnibus Crab in ''Flipper and Lopaka''.''WesternAnimation/FlipperAndLopakaFlipper''. Kim is quite an ethusiastic apprentice pirate and often seems far better at the actual business of piracy than her uncle.
25th Sep '17 11:01:22 AM Nintendogeek01
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** Come ''TabletopGame/{{Starfinder}}'' Besmara has become a major deity!
20th Sep '17 8:57:36 AM Prometheus117
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* ''VideoGame/Fate Extra'' features a GenderFlipped Sir Francis Drake as a Rider-class Servant (which is admittedly par for the course for this series), with the explanation being that she acted so manly that her crew refused to acknowledge she was a woman because it made them insecure in their own masculinity. The game, oddly for the universe, acknowledges Drake was male in life. There are hints that this rider was actually Queen Elizabeth in disguise. She returns in ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder'' alongside fellow real-life {{Pirate Girl}}s Anne Bonny and Mary Read (who are summonable as Rider and Archer-class Servants [[TheDividual together]]).

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* ''VideoGame/Fate Extra'' ''VideoGame/FateExtra'' features a GenderFlipped Sir Francis Drake as a Rider-class Servant (which is admittedly par for the course for this series), with the explanation being that she acted so manly that her crew refused to acknowledge she was a woman because it made them insecure in their own masculinity. The game, oddly for the universe, acknowledges Drake was male in life. There are hints that this rider was actually Queen Elizabeth in disguise. She returns in ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder'' alongside fellow real-life {{Pirate Girl}}s Anne Bonny and Mary Read (who are summonable as Rider and Archer-class Servants [[TheDividual together]]).
20th Sep '17 8:55:29 AM Prometheus117
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* ''Fate Extra'' features a GenderFlipped Sir Francis Drake as a Rider-class Servant (which is admittedly par for the course for this series), with the explanation being that she acted so manly that her crew refused to acknowledge she was a woman because it made them insecure in their own masculinity. The game, oddly for the universe, acknowledges Drake was male in life. There are hints that this rider was actually Queen Elizabeth in disguise.

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* ''Fate ''VideoGame/Fate Extra'' features a GenderFlipped Sir Francis Drake as a Rider-class Servant (which is admittedly par for the course for this series), with the explanation being that she acted so manly that her crew refused to acknowledge she was a woman because it made them insecure in their own masculinity. The game, oddly for the universe, acknowledges Drake was male in life. There are hints that this rider was actually Queen Elizabeth in disguise. She returns in ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder'' alongside fellow real-life {{Pirate Girl}}s Anne Bonny and Mary Read (who are summonable as Rider and Archer-class Servants [[TheDividual together]]).
19th Sep '17 8:47:33 AM ThomasProofreader
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* ''LoveFlagGirls'' is a {{Yuri}} work focusing on a main character who enrolls on a pirate ship [[PinkBishoujoGhetto full of girls]]. Safe to say, the entire crew fits.

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* ''LoveFlagGirls'' is a {{Yuri}} work focusing on a main character who enrolls on a pirate ship [[PinkBishoujoGhetto [[ImprobablyFemaleCast full of girls]]. Safe to say, the entire crew fits.
12th Sep '17 11:57:27 PM ACW
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* Pirate Princess Kairi Hojo of World Wonder Ring STARDOM. The gimmick comes from her background in world championship yachting.

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* Pirate Princess Kairi Hojo of World Wonder Ring STARDOM. The gimmick comes from her background in world championship yachting. She's now Kairi Sane in WWE.
10th Aug '17 6:46:54 PM Wynauttica
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…and then there's the Pirate Girl, a young girl or woman who [[SlidingScaleOfGenderInequality clearly has no place]] in this [[WoodenShipsAndIronMen tough world of men]]. Except she is either [[DoubleStandard determined to show]] that she ''does'', is [[PoliticallyCorrectHistory accepted by the roguish male crew]] without any apparent difficulty or explanation, or is part of a ship with [[AmazonBrigade an all female crew]]. Depending on age, may or may not be a LittleMissBadass; either way, usually an ActionGirl. There are two types: one type would be either cute or an AmazonianBeauty. The much, much more common type is the [[TheLadette "bad girl"]].

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…and ...and then there's the Pirate Girl, a young girl or woman who [[SlidingScaleOfGenderInequality clearly has no place]] in this [[WoodenShipsAndIronMen tough world of men]]. Except she is either [[DoubleStandard determined to show]] that she ''does'', is [[PoliticallyCorrectHistory accepted by the roguish male crew]] without any apparent difficulty or explanation, or is part of a ship with [[AmazonBrigade an all female crew]]. Depending on age, may or may not be a LittleMissBadass; either way, usually an ActionGirl. There are two types: one type would be either cute or an AmazonianBeauty. The much, much more common type is the [[TheLadette "bad girl"]].
3rd Aug '17 11:06:39 PM Pfff133
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The Pirate Girl often has a DarkAndTroubledPast detailing how she ended up in this position; abusive fathers who they are in a WellDoneSonGuy relationship with seems to be a common theme.

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The Pirate Girl often has a DarkAndTroubledPast detailing how she ended up in this position; abusive fathers who whom they are in a WellDoneSonGuy relationship with seems to be a common theme.
3rd Aug '17 11:05:48 PM Pfff133
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TruthInTelevision - in rare instances. Pirates, going out of their way to scorn law and flout custom, were just as likely to ignore 'a woman's place' as any other rule. Historically, a number of female pirates did plough the seas along with the men, sometimes rising to positions of authority. Some did so by disguising themselves as men; others found themselves among pirate groups who were [[HonorAmongThieves didn't care about your gender]], as long as you [[EqualOpportunityEvil did your job in the crew]]. In the modern world, women might have a place on [[RuthlessModernPirates Ruthless Modern Pirate Ships]] (often referred to these days as maritime terrorists) depending on the local culture.

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TruthInTelevision - in rare instances. Pirates, going out of their way to scorn law and flout custom, were just as likely to ignore 'a woman's place' as any other rule. Historically, a number of female pirates did plough the seas along with the men, sometimes rising to positions of authority. Some did so by disguising themselves as men; others found themselves among pirate groups who were [[HonorAmongThieves didn't care about your gender]], as long as you [[EqualOpportunityEvil did your job in the crew]]. In the modern world, women might have a place on [[RuthlessModernPirates Ruthless Modern Pirate Ships]] (often referred to these days as maritime terrorists) depending on the local culture.
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