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1st Aug '17 9:25:11 PM Az0riusG4m3r
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->''"A big sword and a skimpy leather skirt? Must be adventurin' time!"''

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->''"A big sword and a [[DangerouslyShortSkirt skimpy leather skirt? skirt]]? Must be adventurin' time!"''
16th Jul '17 10:38:18 PM AnonFangeekGirl
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* ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'' has the Sisters Repentia, who wear little more than scraps of parchment covering key areas; and Dark Eldar Wytches, who are best described as wearing leather bikinis with armoured, high-heel boots.
** Slaaneshs lesser daemons the Daemonettes are clad in [[ChainmailBikini bikinis]] made of pure chaos. Older versions of the models have loincloths and leather harnesses that leave their breasts completely exposed.

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* ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'' has the Sisters Repentia, who wear little more than scraps of parchment covering key areas; and Dark Eldar Wytches, who are best described as wearing leather bikinis with armoured, high-heel boots.
** Slaaneshs lesser daemons
boots. With the Sisters Repentia, it's justified by them being DeathSeeker|s, and with the Wytches it's justified by them being gladiatrices in Commorragh, the Milky Way's ultimate wretched hive of scum and villainy. Any Wytch who isn't sexually appealing enough for the crowds inevitably gets stuck in a HopelessBossFight at the arena.
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Daemonettes (Slaaneshi lesser daemons) are clad in [[ChainmailBikini bikinis]] made of pure chaos. Older versions of the models have loincloths and leather harnesses that leave their breasts completely exposed.


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* This is very common with superheroine outfits in ''Webcomic/SidekickGirl'', since the MostCommonSuperpower is a job requirement. Protagonist Val is an exception- she doesn't have a sexy body to show off and usually wears [[CivvieSpandex civilian clothes]] when patrolling.
18th Jun '17 2:49:29 AM JackG
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* ''WebVideo/KeyOfAwesome''. The buxom Space Girl wears SensualSpandex SpaceClothes with CleavageWindow. As her ship's computer has a [[CrazyJealousGirl lesbian crush on her]], it recommends a wardrobe change before she goes to meet an alien ambassador.

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* ''WebVideo/KeyOfAwesome''. The buxom Space Girl wears SensualSpandex SpaceClothes with CleavageWindow. As her ship's computer has a [[CrazyJealousGirl [[ClingyJealousGirl lesbian crush on her]], it recommends a wardrobe change before she goes to meet an alien ambassador.
18th Jun '17 2:48:33 AM JackG
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* ''WebVideo/KeyOfAwesome''. The buxom Space Girl wears SensualSpandex SpaceClothes with CleavageWindow. As her ship's computer has a lesbian crush on her, it recommends a wardrobe change before she goes to meet an alien ambassador.

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* ''WebVideo/KeyOfAwesome''. The buxom Space Girl wears SensualSpandex SpaceClothes with CleavageWindow. As her ship's computer has a [[CrazyJealousGirl lesbian crush on her, her]], it recommends a wardrobe change before she goes to meet an alien ambassador.
18th Jun '17 2:45:58 AM JackG
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* ''WebVideo/KeyOfAwesome''. The buxom Space Girl wears SensualSpandex SpaceClothes with CleavageWindow. As her ship's computer has a lesbian crush on her, it recommends a wardrobe change before she goes to meet an alien ambassador.
16th Jun '17 5:21:23 PM SomberCaelifera
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* Seven Lite, T'Pol of ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'', wears tights even though ''all other Vulcan characters'' wear robes. Not to mention the blatant {{Fanservice}} "decontamination" scenes in tank tops.

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* Seven Lite, T'Pol of ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'', wears tights even though ''all other Vulcan characters'' wear robes. Not to mention the blatant {{Fanservice}} "decontamination" scenes in tank tops. Although she did apparently own a regular Vulcan outfit, as she wore one when they needed to convince someone that the rest of the crew were her slaves, which MakesSenseInContext.
9th Jun '17 9:18:05 PM Discar
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* On ''{{Series/Community}}'''s CowboyEpisode [[Recap/CommunityS2E23AFistfulOfPaintballs "A Fistful of Paintballs"]] [[TookALevelInBadass Annie]] spends the game clad in an attire distinctly unsuitable for playing (a surprise game of) paintball. Lampshaded:

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* On ''{{Series/Community}}'''s CowboyEpisode [[Recap/CommunityS2E23AFistfulOfPaintballs "A Fistful of Paintballs"]] [[TookALevelInBadass Annie]] spends the game clad in an attire distinctly unsuitable for playing (a surprise game of) paintball. She was originally wearing a skirt and corset ensemble, but was forced to ditch the skirt when the game started. Lampshaded:
27th Apr '17 8:07:32 PM jormis29
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* Husband-wife team Creator/BorisVallejo and Julie Bell are well known for their paintings of scantily-clad female characters in fantasy settings. Some well-known examples of Vallejo's work are movie posters for ''Barbarian Queen'' and ''Film/{{Barbarella}}'', while Bell designed the Temptation Riders sculpture series for the Franklin Mint and painted the art for Music/MeatLoaf's album ''Bat Out of Hell III: The Monster is Loose''. They also release a calendar of such work annually. (On an unrelated note, Vallejo also did the art for the poster for ''Film/NationalLampoonsEuropeanVacation''.) (They both do quite a bit of scantily-clad male figures, too, although that still counts towards the Trope, technically.)

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* Husband-wife team Creator/BorisVallejo and Julie Bell are well known for their paintings of scantily-clad female characters in fantasy settings. Some well-known examples of Vallejo's work are movie posters for ''Barbarian Queen'' ''Film/BarbarianQueen'' and ''Film/{{Barbarella}}'', while Bell designed the Temptation Riders sculpture series for the Franklin Mint and painted the art for Music/MeatLoaf's album ''Bat Out of Hell III: The Monster is Loose''. They also release a calendar of such work annually. (On an unrelated note, Vallejo also did the art for the poster for ''Film/NationalLampoonsEuropeanVacation''.) (They both do quite a bit of scantily-clad male figures, too, although that still counts towards the Trope, technically.)
23rd Apr '17 8:20:55 AM acrobox
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This {{trope}} can be applied in the opposite direction; in the West, this takes the form of inserting 'exceptionally flattering' clothing, ([[WalkingShirtlessScene or lackthereof]]) for male roles, such as policemen, firemen, male gardeners or pool boys, in traditionally female-oriented fare like soaps and prime-time dramas. In {{anime}} and {{manga}}, however (especially those aimed at a [[ShoujoDemographic female]] [[YaoiGenre audience]]), the {{Bishonen}} can be as scantily clad as the girls.

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This {{trope}} can be applied in the opposite direction; in the West, this takes the form of inserting 'exceptionally flattering' clothing, ([[WalkingShirtlessScene or lackthereof]]) for male roles, such as policemen, firemen, [[FiremenAreHot firemen,]] male gardeners or pool boys, in traditionally female-oriented fare like soaps and prime-time dramas. In {{anime}} and {{manga}}, however (especially those aimed at a [[ShoujoDemographic female]] [[YaoiGenre audience]]), the {{Bishonen}} can be as scantily clad as the girls.
23rd Apr '17 8:16:05 AM acrobox
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This {{trope}} can be applied in the opposite direction; in the West, this takes the form of inserting 'exceptionally flattering' clothing for male roles, such as policemen, firemen, male gardeners or pool boys, into traditionally female-oriented fare, like soaps and prime-time dramas. But these tend to accentuate a man's musculature and physical strength, whereas women in fantasy are almost always drawn as waiflike supermodels. In {{anime}} and {{manga}}, however (especially those aimed at a [[ShoujoDemographic female]] [[YaoiGenre audience]]), the {{Bishonen}} can be as scantily clad as the girls.

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This {{trope}} can be applied in the opposite direction; in the West, this takes the form of inserting 'exceptionally flattering' clothing clothing, ([[WalkingShirtlessScene or lackthereof]]) for male roles, such as policemen, firemen, male gardeners or pool boys, into in traditionally female-oriented fare, fare like soaps and prime-time dramas. But these tend to accentuate a man's musculature and physical strength, whereas women in fantasy are almost always drawn as waiflike supermodels.dramas. In {{anime}} and {{manga}}, however (especially those aimed at a [[ShoujoDemographic female]] [[YaoiGenre audience]]), the {{Bishonen}} can be as scantily clad as the girls.
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