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17th Sep '17 12:38:43 AM Superfield
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* In one story in ''Miles Edgeworth: Franchise/AceAttorney Investigations'', Detective Gumshoe is called in to help guard a museum's most valuable painting. One of the employees is Monet, the curator's teenage niece. She promises to do everything she can to help guard the painting, only for Gumshoe to panic and tell her that the situation is too dangerous "for a girl". When she tells him that she's a black belt though, he is fine with her helping out. Later, after Edgeworth joins in the investigation, Monet offers to stand guard at the only exit, to keep the culprit from sneaking out. Edgeworth gives the same argument Gumshoe did (that it's too dangerous a job for a woman), but also lets her go ahead after Gumshoe tells about her blackbelt.


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** In one story in ''Miles Edgeworth: Franchise/AceAttorney Investigations'', Detective Gumshoe is called in to help guard a museum's most valuable painting. One of the employees is Monet, the curator's teenage niece. She promises to do everything she can to help guard the painting, only for Gumshoe to panic and tell her that the situation is too dangerous "for a girl". When she tells him that she's a black belt though, he is fine with her helping out. Later, after Edgeworth joins in the investigation, Monet offers to stand guard at the only exit, to keep the culprit from sneaking out. Edgeworth gives the same argument Gumshoe did (that it's too dangerous a job for a woman), but also lets her go ahead after Gumshoe tells about her blackbelt.
16th Sep '17 9:15:22 PM DesiredUsernameTaken
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'': In Episode 130, Mr. Cat says that he believes that girls and women should cook and do housework. He puts a bow and an apron on Kaeloo, makes her stand in the kitchen and asks her to cook something while he sits on the couch and watches sports on TV. Kaeloo doesn't take this very well - she winds up HulkingOut and then chasing him around with the [[FryingPanOfDoom frying pan.]]
14th Sep '17 11:49:08 PM Peteman
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* Averted in ''TabletopGame/BattleTech'' as the gender barrier is almost non existent, anyone can be a soldier, commander, or ruler in the Inner Sphere. Its even averted hard in Clans, as the only rule they have is you have to be a badass, with many females filling roles of warriors and even Khans. Also, even implying this trope in [[LadyLand the Magistracy of Canopus]] is [[BerserkButton a good way to get shot]].

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* Averted in ''TabletopGame/BattleTech'' as the gender barrier is almost non existent, anyone can be a soldier, commander, or ruler in the Inner Sphere. Its even averted hard in Clans, as the only rule they have is you have to be a badass, with many females filling roles of warriors and even Khans. Also, even implying this trope in [[LadyLand the Magistracy of Canopus]] is [[BerserkButton a good way to get shot]].
22nd Aug '17 8:26:04 PM 64SuperNintendo
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11th Aug '17 11:48:12 AM Lanes17B
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* ''VideoGame/RedDeadRedemption'' has the animated short [[ShowWithinAShow "Beaumont the Burly"]], which, having been produced before the story takes place [[TheEdwardianEra (1911),]] warns the audience about the dangers of women's suffrage.

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* ''VideoGame/RedDeadRedemption'' has the animated short [[ShowWithinAShow "Beaumont the Burly"]], which, having been produced before the story takes place [[TheEdwardianEra (1911),]] warns the audience about [[DeliberateValuesDissonance the dangers of women's suffrage.]]
7th Aug '17 9:49:19 PM Lanes17B
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* ''VideoGame/RedDeadRedemption'' has the animated short [[ShowWithinAShow "Beaumont the Burly"]], which, having been produced before the story takes place [[TheEdwardianEra (1911),]] warns the audience about the dangers of women's suffrage.
28th Jul '17 3:57:59 PM Eagal
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* [[Ray Charles]]' 'I Got A Woman': "She knows a woman's place, is right there in the home!" ....ech.

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* [[Ray Charles]]' 'I Music/RayCharles' "I Got A Woman': "She Woman" includes the line ""She knows a woman's place, place is right there now in the home!" ....ech.her home!"
23rd Jul '17 11:05:50 PM Guyzo997
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* [[Ray Charles]]' 'I Got A Woman': "She knows a woman's place, is right there in the home!" ....ech.
16th Jul '17 8:23:45 PM DrOO7
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* A [[Literature/SweetValleyHigh Sweet Valley Twins]] book had the girls dealing with a homeroom teacher who had this attitude. Literally--he takes the money collected for the class to ''buy'' lunch on a class trip and gives it to the girls for them to buy supplies and ''make'' lunch for the entire class. He also assigns the girls clean up duties and seems genuinely incapable of believing that the girls are just as adept at sports and class offices as the boys are.


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** Dr. Dylan West actually does ''not'' have this attitude, but pretends to occasionally in order to irritate the local StrawFeminist Dr. Lu Delgado.
13th Jul '17 9:34:52 AM Julia1984
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Remember that "Stay In The Kitchen" is a NonIndicativeName; the trope deals not with demands that women cook, but with incidents where men attempt to belittle women (or, although quite rare, protect them)from danger by insisting that they stay uninvolved or only involve themselves on the periphery (and in doing so, act on the tacit assumption that women ''cannot'' protect themselves or fight competently).


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Remember that "Stay In The Kitchen" is a NonIndicativeName; the trope deals not with demands that women cook, but with incidents where men attempt to belittle women (or, although quite rare, protect them)from them) from danger by insisting that they stay uninvolved or only involve themselves on the periphery (and in doing so, act on the tacit assumption that women ''cannot'' protect themselves or fight competently).

competently). For the version directed at children or otherwise with the assumption that the person's age or experience rather than their gender makes them unequipped to deal with what the speaker is dealing with, see MostDefinitelyNotAccompanyingUs.

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