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21st May '16 7:31:37 PM Naram-Sin
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* General rule of thumb in ''Series/CriminalMinds'': If the victim is not shown on the crime scene photos only from the back and the waist up, it's going to still have her (or his) underwear on. Even when the offender is primarily motivated by rape. It's pretty obvious that we are supposed to pretend that the underwear is not there, because the profilers will never mention it unless there is other clothing, when ''it'' will be pointed to indicate that there was a re-dressing and therefore remorse on the part of the killer.

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* General rule of thumb in ''Series/CriminalMinds'': If the a "nude" victim is not shown on the crime scene photos only from the back and the waist up, it's going to still have her (or his) underwear on. Even when the offender is primarily motivated by rape. It's pretty obvious that we are supposed to pretend that the underwear is not there, because the profilers will never mention it unless there is other clothing, when ''it'' will be pointed to indicate that there was a re-dressing and therefore remorse on the part of the killer.
21st May '16 7:15:09 PM Naram-Sin
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* General rule of thumb in ''Series/CriminalMinds'': If the victim is not shown on the crime scene photos only from the back and the waist up, it's going to still have her (or his) underwear on. Even when the offender is primarily motivated by rape. It's pretty obvious that we are supposed to pretend that the underwear is not there, because the profilers will never mention it unless there is other clothing, when ''it'' will be pointed to indicate that there was a re-dressing and therefore remorse.

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* General rule of thumb in ''Series/CriminalMinds'': If the victim is not shown on the crime scene photos only from the back and the waist up, it's going to still have her (or his) underwear on. Even when the offender is primarily motivated by rape. It's pretty obvious that we are supposed to pretend that the underwear is not there, because the profilers will never mention it unless there is other clothing, when ''it'' will be pointed to indicate that there was a re-dressing and therefore remorse.remorse on the part of the killer.
21st May '16 7:13:58 PM Naram-Sin
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* General rule of thumb in ''Series/CriminalMinds'': If the victim is not shown on the crime scene photos only from the back and the waist up, it's going to still have her (or his) underwear on. Even when the offender is primarily motivated by rape. It's pretty obvious that we are supposed to pretend that the underwear is not there, because the profilers will never mention it unless there is other clothing, when ''it'' will be pointed to indicate that there was a re-dressing and therefore remorse.
7th May '16 7:05:11 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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{{Fanservice}} most often is aimed at the straight male {{Demographic|s}} The assumption is that most heterosexual guys prefer seeing female flesh to seeing other naked guys. Therefore, because MostWritersAreMale, men in sex scenes will be far more covered than women, even during intercourse. The woman may be completely naked (or at least not wearing anything visible; a skintone patch or a cover between legs can be completely hidden from the camera in a way that a penis can't), but the guy will still have his shirt on -- or sometimes only his fly is down. It doesn't matter that with his fly down and his belt off the guy's pants would fall down. It also ignores how painful sex with a metal zipper rubbing up against the genitals could be (although this particular problem could presumably be averted by having the male wear pants with a button-up fly instead). All that matters is seeing that sweet, sweet fanservice with the least amount of {{squick}}. SelectiveSquick anyone?

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{{Fanservice}} most often is aimed at the straight male {{Demographic|s}} The assumption is that most heterosexual guys prefer seeing female flesh to seeing other naked guys. Therefore, because MostWritersAreMale, men in sex scenes will be far more covered than women, even during intercourse. The woman may be completely naked (or at least not wearing anything visible; a skintone patch or a cover between legs can be completely hidden from the camera in a way that a penis can't), but the guy will still have his shirt on -- or sometimes only his fly is down. It doesn't matter that with his fly down and his belt off the guy's pants would fall down. It also ignores how painful sex with a metal zipper rubbing up against the genitals could be (although this particular problem could presumably be averted by having the male wear pants with a button-up fly instead). All that matters is seeing that sweet, sweet fanservice with the least amount of {{squick}}. SelectiveSquick anyone?
{{squick}}.
27th Apr '16 6:51:15 AM KatanaCat
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Can be a case of TruthInTelevision. Couples engaged in public sex may wear as much clothing as possible for varying reasons, and depending on the circumstances (including temperature) it may not always be practical to completely disrobe. Compare WallBangHer, which usually carries the implication that He and She were ''both'' just too horny to bother taking their clothes off. See also SexDressed, when a couple's disheveled clothing makes it obvious that they've been doing the deed.

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Can be a case of TruthInTelevision. Couples engaged in public sex may wear as much clothing as possible for varying reasons, and depending on the circumstances (including temperature) it may not always be practical to completely disrobe. Compare WallBangHer, which usually carries the implication that He and She were ''both'' just too horny to bother taking their clothes off. See also SexDressed, when a couple's disheveled clothing makes it obvious that they've been doing the deed. Related to MagicPants, where a shapeshifter retains some or all of their clothing even when it defies all logic.
18th Apr '16 8:53:32 AM mynameisntslick
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* BatesMotel when [[spoiler: Norman]] walks in on [[spoiler: Keith Summers]] raping [[spoiler: Norma]], he knocks him out. [[spoiler: Summers]] collapses with his jeans around his ankles, but his boxer-briefs pulled up.

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* BatesMotel ''Series/BatesMotel'' when [[spoiler: Norman]] walks in on [[spoiler: Keith Summers]] raping [[spoiler: Norma]], he knocks him out. [[spoiler: Summers]] collapses with his jeans around his ankles, but his boxer-briefs pulled up.
18th Apr '16 8:52:43 AM mynameisntslick
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* BatesMotel when [[spoiler: Norman]] walks in on [[spoiler: Keith Summers]] raping [[spoiler: Norma]], he knocks him out. [[spoiler: Summers]] collapses with his jeans around his ankles, but his boxer-briefs pulled up.
15th Apr '16 12:13:40 AM PeppermintTwist
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* In the ''Series/StargateSG1'' Season 1 episode "Hathor," the titular Goa'uld uses [[AliensMadeThemDoIt alien mind control to procure "the code of life"]] from Daniel Jackson. The rest of the team finds him sitting on the bed, completely unresponsive, implicitly still under Hathor's mind control--and fully dressed.
5th Mar '16 6:21:26 PM AnonFangeekGirl
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5th Mar '16 6:20:55 PM AnonFangeekGirl
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[[folder: Fan Works]]
* At one point in FanFic/MyImmortal, [[BlackHoleSue Ebony]] and [[InNameOnly Draco]] have sex... with no mention of them taking their clothes off first.



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