History Main / SourPrudes

28th Mar '18 8:29:42 AM DrOO7
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* PlainJane [[Series/RizzoliAndIsles Rizzoli]] is noted by her partner to almost be determined to downplay whatever attractiveness she might have in refusing to wear makeup and dressing in unflattering clothes, as if this makes her better than the beautiful women that she frequently displays nothing but contempt for, often assuming that they're a bitch/tramp/idiot and that the men who fall in love with them are shallow jerks.

to:

* PlainJane [[Series/RizzoliAndIsles Rizzoli]] is noted by her partner to almost be determined to downplay whatever attractiveness she might have in refusing to wear makeup and dressing in unflattering clothes, as if this makes her better than the beautiful women that she frequently displays nothing but contempt for, often assuming that they're a bitch/tramp/idiot and that the men who fall in love with them are shallow jerks. It's really emphasized in a scene in the first book in the series where she visits a local bar and despite initially feeling uncomfortable and out of place in her frumpy pantsuit, she eventually declares the place to be "somewhere predator and prey come together", insinuating that she looks down on the better-dressed women and maybe even thinks they deserve to be assaulted because of how they look.
28th Mar '18 7:57:06 AM DrOO7
Is there an issue? Send a Message



to:

* PlainJane [[Series/RizzoliAndIsles Rizzoli]] is noted by her partner to almost be determined to downplay whatever attractiveness she might have in refusing to wear makeup and dressing in unflattering clothes, as if this makes her better than the beautiful women that she frequently displays nothing but contempt for, often assuming that they're a bitch/tramp/idiot and that the men who fall in love with them are shallow jerks.




to:

* ''Series/BigLove'''s Nikki frequently displays this with an extra dose of sheer {{Hypocrisy}}. Despite clearly enjoying sex with Bill as much as his other two wives do, she often sanctimoniously chastises third wife Margene--"sex is for ''procreation'', ''not'' recreation."--even though she's secretly been taking birth control pills for years.
25th Mar '18 2:12:03 PM SilentStranger
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* ''Webcomic/Loserz'' occasionally portrayed EthicalSlut Jodie being treated like this by her female classmates, with one strip having two girls claim that being virgins made them better than her.

to:

* ''Webcomic/Loserz'' ''Webcomic/{{Loserz}}'' occasionally portrayed EthicalSlut Jodie being treated like this by her female classmates, with one strip having two girls claim that being virgins made them better than her.
25th Mar '18 2:11:06 PM SilentStranger
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* ''Webcomic/Loserz'' occasionally portrayed EthicalSlut Jodie being treated like this by her female classmates, with one strip having two girls claim that being virgins made them better than her.
21st Mar '18 9:03:50 PM nombretomado
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* Angela in ''Series/TheOffice''. She also [[spoiler:had an affair with [[{{FanDisservice}} Dwight]] while engaged to [[{{DoggedNiceGuy}} Andy]], making her a full-fledged StrawHypocrite]].

to:

* Angela in ''Series/TheOffice''. ''Series/{{The Office|US}}''. She also [[spoiler:had an affair with [[{{FanDisservice}} [[FanDisservice Dwight]] while engaged to [[{{DoggedNiceGuy}} [[DoggedNiceGuy Andy]], making her a full-fledged StrawHypocrite]].
21st Jul '17 10:25:04 AM Morgenthaler
Is there an issue? Send a Message


[[AC:Anime and Manga]]

to:

[[AC:Anime [[foldercontrol]]

[[folder: Anime
and Manga]]Manga ]]



[[AC:ComicBooks]]

to:

[[AC:ComicBooks]][[/folder]]

[[folder: Comic Books ]]



[[AC:{{Film}}]]
* In ''Film/EasyA'', the main antagonists have this mindset and bring it down hard on our poor protagonist.
* In ''Film/TheFastAndTheFurious'', Dom's girlfriend Letty chases off two girls hitting on Dom at the first race.

to:

[[AC:{{Film}}]]
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Film ]]

* In ''Film/EasyA'', the main antagonists have this mindset and bring it down hard on our poor protagonist.
protagonist.
* In ''Film/TheFastAndTheFurious'', Dom's girlfriend Letty chases off two girls hitting on Dom at the first race.



[[AC:{{Literature}}]]

to:

[[AC:{{Literature}}]][[/folder]]

[[folder: Literature ]]



[[AC: LiveActionTV]]

to:

[[AC: LiveActionTV]][[/folder]]

[[folder: Live Action TV ]]



[[AC:Professional Wrestling]]

to:

[[AC:Professional Wrestling]][[/folder]]

[[folder: Professional Wrestling ]]



[[AC:WebComics]]

to:

[[AC:WebComics]][[/folder]]

[[folder: Web Comics ]]



[[AC:WesternAnimation]]

to:

[[AC:WesternAnimation]][[/folder]]

[[folder: Western Animation ]]


Added DiffLines:


[[/folder]]
21st Jul '17 1:13:10 AM KidDynamite
Is there an issue? Send a Message



to:

* Wrestling/{{Ivory}}, especially after she joined Right To Censor.
24th Mar '17 5:24:05 AM Wildstar93
Is there an issue? Send a Message



to:

* The original ''WesternAnimation/{{Felidae}}'' novel has an old cat named Deep Purple believe himself to be above "such sultry things", and the same holds true in the original German dub. But the English dub kind of avoids this by Bluebeard explaining that Deep Purple was just too old to mate anymore.
11th Nov '16 1:48:57 PM CurledUpWithDakka
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* Inverted in one episode of ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'', where Lois moralizes over teenage abstinence. Her argument is not that teenagers should be empowered to make their own choices; instead, she preaches that abstaining from sex is "just wrong". In other words, the show inverts the "SexIsEvil" stance for laughs. The message of the episode was a whole was criticizing abstinence-only education that uses scare tactics. At the end of the show, Lois did give a nice speech where she told the students that they shouldn't have sex until they're ready. And if/when they do, to please 'use a condom'.

to:

* Inverted in one episode of ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'', where Lois moralizes over teenage abstinence. Her argument is not that teenagers should be empowered to make their own choices; instead, she preaches that abstaining from sex is "just wrong". In other words, the show inverts the "SexIsEvil" stance for laughs. The message of the episode was as a whole was criticizing abstinence-only education that uses scare tactics. At the end of the show, Lois did give a nice speech where she told the students that they shouldn't have sex until they're ready. And if/when they do, to please 'use a condom'.
22nd Mar '16 3:11:41 PM RubixCube123
Is there an issue? Send a Message



to:

* In ''Film/GirlHouse'' all of the protagonist's best friend's lines are disapproving and judgemental about her choice to join the girl house



----

to:

----
This list shows the last 10 events of 53. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=Main.SourPrudes