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17th May '16 9:14:53 AM emeriin
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness in WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic, as a 2008 list that included ''Disney/{{Cinderella}}'' had him mention that "making a woman do chores isn't that bad". Later on he was all about that [[AmazonChaser amazon chasing]].
15th May '16 5:16:07 PM igordebraga
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* The majority of detractors of the WNBA are either talking about sleeping with them, insulting their gender outright, or quoting this trope.

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* The majority of detractors of the WNBA are either talking about sleeping with them, insulting their gender outright, [[http://www.sbnation.com/lookit/2015/6/27/8857175/elena-delle-donne-reads-mean-tweets-people-make-same-dumb-kitchen or quoting this trope.]]
9th May '16 11:31:53 AM NeoTerraKnight
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** Orihime falls into this on occasion. Despite having immense RealityWarper powers, everybody except for Rukia and Chad is convinced that she should stay out of fights because she's not suited for battle. Which is true on one hand as she has a naturally gentle disposition and hates hurting even her enemies, but on the other hand she's very good at defense when properly motivated (the strength of her powers depend on her willpower and state of mind). However, the one time she decided to interfere a fight and saved Ichigo's life, Ichigo told her "Thank you, but never do this again." but it was to have a 1-on-1 fight with Ulquiorra. Future attempts at [[TookALevelInBadass taking a level in badass]] don't really amount to much, as she's immediately sidelined before being able to do anything beyond healing. However, she's taken more steps as being Ichigo's shield from Uryu's arrows and protect him at times, even marching up with him to get to Yhwach.

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** Orihime falls into this on occasion. Despite having immense RealityWarper powers, everybody except for Rukia and Chad is convinced that she should stay out of fights because she's not suited for battle. Which is true on one hand as she has a naturally gentle disposition and hates hurting even her enemies, but on the other hand she's very good at defense when properly motivated (the strength of her powers depend on her willpower and state of mind). However, the one time she decided to interfere a fight and saved Ichigo's life, Ichigo told her "Thank you, but never do this again." but it was to have a 1-on-1 fight with Ulquiorra. Future attempts at [[TookALevelInBadass taking a level in badass]] don't really amount to much, as she's immediately sidelined before being able to do anything beyond healing. However, she's taken more steps as being Ichigo's shield from Uryu's arrows and protect him at times, even marching up with him to get to Yhwach. In fact, Ichigo when about to finally fight Yhwach tells Orihime he's counting on her to protect him.
8th May '16 1:47:08 PM Morgenthaler
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* A variant in the ''StarTrekVoyagerRelaunch'' novels. Tillum Drafar has the view that mothers should not be working outside the home. Among his people, biological necessity compels women with young children to dedicate their time entirely to the infant. When confronted with B'Elanna Torres, who balances her work with her motherhood, he implies she is a poor mother for doing so and initially treats her dismissively. B'Elanna, once she understands the reason for his prejudice, manages to challenge it in a non-confrontational but effective manner.
* ''InDeath'': Commander Skinner explicitly states this attitude to Eve Dallas in ''Interlude In Death''. She quickly demonstrates that she just does not fit in his view of the world.

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* A variant in the ''StarTrekVoyagerRelaunch'' ''Literature/StarTrekVoyagerRelaunch'' novels. Tillum Drafar has the view that mothers should not be working outside the home. Among his people, biological necessity compels women with young children to dedicate their time entirely to the infant. When confronted with B'Elanna Torres, who balances her work with her motherhood, he implies she is a poor mother for doing so and initially treats her dismissively. B'Elanna, once she understands the reason for his prejudice, manages to challenge it in a non-confrontational but effective manner.
* ''InDeath'': ''Literature/InDeath'': Commander Skinner explicitly states this attitude to Eve Dallas in ''Interlude In Death''. She quickly demonstrates that she just does not fit in his view of the world.



* Oddly, Esme in ''{{Twilight}}''. Rosalie and Alice are formidable fighters always in the thick of conflict, but there is never any question of whether or not Esme will take part. In fact, it is stated at one point that Esme is not a fighter. Presumably this is related to her role as "mother" in the family (and her conscious decision to refrain from violence), but it's still pretty strange since she must be just as strong and capable as any other vampire and they could always use the help.

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* Oddly, Esme in ''{{Twilight}}''.''Literature/{{Twilight}}''. Rosalie and Alice are formidable fighters always in the thick of conflict, but there is never any question of whether or not Esme will take part. In fact, it is stated at one point that Esme is not a fighter. Presumably this is related to her role as "mother" in the family (and her conscious decision to refrain from violence), but it's still pretty strange since she must be just as strong and capable as any other vampire and they could always use the help.



* PlayedWith in ''{{Everworld}}''--[[HeroicWannabe David]] and the other guys often try to convince [[TheSmurfettePrinciple April]] to stay out of the fighting (even against [[NightmareFuel Hel]], whose powers mainly affect men). She always refuses and acts offended, but in her narration is ashamed to admit that she really, ''really'' wants to take those offers.

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* PlayedWith in ''{{Everworld}}''--[[HeroicWannabe ''Literature/{{Everworld}}''--[[HeroicWannabe David]] and the other guys often try to convince [[TheSmurfettePrinciple April]] to stay out of the fighting (even against [[NightmareFuel Hel]], whose powers mainly affect men). She always refuses and acts offended, but in her narration is ashamed to admit that she really, ''really'' wants to take those offers.



* [[InvertedTrope Gender-flipped]] in ABrothersPrice where it's the men who are expected to do this type of thing. The main male character ''does'' follow his gender role but he's also [[ActionGirl an Action Guy]] which ''deeply'' impresses his wives-to-be even as it's driving them out of their skin with worry.

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* [[InvertedTrope Gender-flipped]] in ABrothersPrice Literature/ABrothersPrice where it's the men who are expected to do this type of thing. The main male character ''does'' follow his gender role but he's also [[ActionGirl an Action Guy]] which ''deeply'' impresses his wives-to-be even as it's driving them out of their skin with worry.
28th Apr '16 6:02:15 PM Scorntex
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* ''Literature/AgathaHAndTheClockworkPrincess:'' Mention is made in a footnote that [[AxCrazy Bangladesh Dupree]] has encountered people with these attitude... ''[[TooDumbToLive towards her]]''. Never more than twice though, and their replacements are always incredibly polite towards her.

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* ''Literature/AgathaHAndTheClockworkPrincess:'' Mention is made in a footnote that [[AxCrazy Bangladesh Dupree]] has encountered people with these this attitude... ''[[TooDumbToLive towards her]]''. Never more than twice though, and their replacements are always incredibly polite towards her.
26th Apr '16 5:13:31 PM Ohio9
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* Near the end of ''Film/DemolitionMan'', John Spartan is so determined on going to confront Simon Phoenix alone that he actually knocks out Huxley out with a stun-stick in order to prevent her from following him. Nevermind the fact that she has proven her value to him many times over, including in a fight just a few minutes earlier where she beat up mooks with her martial arts skills and saved Spartan's life by shooting one who was about to kill him

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* Near the end of ''Film/DemolitionMan'', John Spartan is so determined on going to confront Simon Phoenix alone that he actually knocks out Huxley out with a stun-stick in order to prevent her from following him. Nevermind the fact that she has proven her value to him many times over, including in a fight just a few minutes earlier where she beat up mooks with her martial arts skills and saved Spartan's life by shooting one who was about to kill himhim. This was later ridiculed by WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic in his review of the film, going as far as to put together a compilation of all the things Huxley could have done to help Spartan in the final battle when he's getting pummeled.
8th Apr '16 11:00:19 AM Morgenthaler
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* In [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sxFe9bwHz04 this]] HardlyWorking sketch from Website/CollegeHumor, Sarah comes up with the idea of doing a 60s Theme Day. Unfortunately for her, her idea of the theme was more geared towards the late 1960s and the Summer of Love, while the men take cues from the early 60s and make remarks about Sarah that wouldn't be out of place at [[Series/{{Madmen}} Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce]].

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* In [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sxFe9bwHz04 this]] HardlyWorking ''WebVideo/HardlyWorking'' sketch from Website/CollegeHumor, Sarah comes up with the idea of doing a 60s Theme Day. Unfortunately for her, her idea of the theme was more geared towards the late 1960s and the Summer of Love, while the men take cues from the early 60s and make remarks about Sarah that wouldn't be out of place at [[Series/{{Madmen}} Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce]].
5th Apr '16 11:29:05 PM NeoTerraKnight
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** Orihime falls into this on occasion. Despite having immense RealityWarper powers, everybody except for Rukia and Chad is convinced that she should stay out of fights because she's not suited for battle. Which is true on one hand as she has a naturally gentle disposition and hates hurting even her enemies, but on the other hand she's very good at defense when properly motivated (the strength of her powers depend on her willpower and state of mind). However, the one time she decided to interfere a fight and saved Ichigo's life, Ichigo told her "Thank you, but never do this again." Future attempts at [[TookALevelInBadass taking a level in badass]] don't really amount to much, as she's immediately sidelined before being able to do anything beyond healing.

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** Orihime falls into this on occasion. Despite having immense RealityWarper powers, everybody except for Rukia and Chad is convinced that she should stay out of fights because she's not suited for battle. Which is true on one hand as she has a naturally gentle disposition and hates hurting even her enemies, but on the other hand she's very good at defense when properly motivated (the strength of her powers depend on her willpower and state of mind). However, the one time she decided to interfere a fight and saved Ichigo's life, Ichigo told her "Thank you, but never do this again." but it was to have a 1-on-1 fight with Ulquiorra. Future attempts at [[TookALevelInBadass taking a level in badass]] don't really amount to much, as she's immediately sidelined before being able to do anything beyond healing.healing. However, she's taken more steps as being Ichigo's shield from Uryu's arrows and protect him at times, even marching up with him to get to Yhwach.
1st Apr '16 8:12:44 AM Random888
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* Subverted in the pilot of ''Series/StargateSG1''. O'Neill's objection to bringing along Samantha Carter initially seems like this trope, but he later clarifies this his objection to her is not that she's a woman, but that she's [[TheWormGuy a scientist]].
29th Mar '16 2:39:23 PM RoseAndHeather
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* The ''Literature/{{Honorverse}}'' has a (mostly) justified variant with the planet Grayson, a colony of SpaceAmish who left Earth on a colony ship to get away from all technology. Unfortunately, they unwittingly chose a DeathWorld to settle, and by the time they got there, they didn't have the resources to go anywhere else. As a result of the absolutely toxic atmosphere (heavy metals, et al), the death rates in the early days of the colony were ''devastating'', and the stillbirth and miscarriage rates were astronomical. As a result, Grayson men became ''extremely'' protective of their womenfolk, who faced enough risk and tragedy from their own bodies that subjecting them to any more was practically unthinkable.
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