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13th Apr '16 4:40:18 AM Maniago
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* ''WesternAnimation/DorasExplorerGirls'': Pablo is the only boy in Dora's group of friends.
9th Apr '16 4:33:22 PM Taxima
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* In ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime'', [[BigBad Ganondorf]] is the only male Gerudo of the era. Only one male is born to the Gerudo every one hundred years, and is named king as a birth right.
14th Mar '16 4:21:56 PM dpisel01
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14th Mar '16 4:20:30 PM dpisel01
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* In the XY saga of ''Anime/Pokémon'', Serena's Pancham is the only male on her team, with Braixen and Sylveon both being female.
** In the Advanced Generation, it's unclear whether or not May's Blaziken was originally this to her team, as it is the only Pokémon she has whose gender has not been confirmed. Her Munchlax is male, and all the rest of her Pokémon are female. Whether or not this trope ever applied to Blaziken or possibly now Munchlax is thus up for debate.
3rd Mar '16 2:10:51 PM DeisTheAlcano
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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse''s titular character is the only male member of the Crystal Gems, although it's palyed with in that the other Gems are [[OneGenderRace monogender aliens]] with female forms and pronouns.
3rd Mar '16 8:22:37 AM FF32
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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse''s titular character is the only male member of the Crystal Gems, although it's palyed with in that the other Gems are [[OneGenderRace monogender aliens]] with female forms and pronouns.
28th Feb '16 9:44:40 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* When Marvelous Puroresu came to the USA in 2015, the three wrestlers it chose to represent the country were Renee Michelle, Davienne and Lio Rush. However, it was later decided they weren't ready for a man's division, so only the women ended up going back to Japan with Chigusa Nagayo.
28th Feb '16 7:24:55 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* Most nominally all female wrestling promotions have had at least one guy compete in their rings, such as, Whipme Spearz in the PGWA and GLORY, Masa Takanashi in Ice Ribbon, Wrestling/TAKAMichinoku in REINA, Rick Cataldo in Wrestling/{{WSU}} and El Demasiado in LIF. Bad Boys Of Wrestling, [[CaptainObvious despite not being an all women's organization]], ran an angle about this phenomenon, where two guys came into BBOW to attack the women's {{tag team}} champions Candie and [[Wrestling/MickieJames Alexis Laree]] after running out of women's promotions to invade.

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* Most nominally all female wrestling promotions have had at least one guy compete in their rings, such as, Whipme Spearz in the PGWA and GLORY, Masa Takanashi in Ice Ribbon, Wrestling/TAKAMichinoku in REINA, Rick Cataldo in Wrestling/{{WSU}} Wrestling/{{WSU}}, Mulato in LLF and El Demasiado in LIF. Bad Boys Of Wrestling, [[CaptainObvious despite not being an all women's organization]], ran an angle about this phenomenon, where two guys came into BBOW to attack the women's {{tag team}} champions Candie and [[Wrestling/MickieJames Alexis Laree]] after running out of women's promotions to invade.
27th Feb '16 7:16:30 PM DrOO7
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* ''Series/ArmyWives''. One of "wives" was actually an Army ''husband'', who was married to one of the wives in question--it was she who was in the military.
* In the short-lived mid-90's sitcom ''The Mommies'', about the lives of stay-at-home mothers, one of the ''mommies'' was a HouseHusband.
29th Jan '16 4:19:58 AM rjd1922
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That's short for "The one guy associated with [[AmazonBrigade a team otherwise consisting entirely of females]]." No need to get rabid jealous, though, guys -- this isn't the HaremGenre. At the most, The One Guy will be in a committed relationship with '''one''' of the members -- or [[DungeonmastersGirlfriend he wants to be]]. His membership can range from loose ally to close friend to part of the actual fighting team. Either that, or just some guy who [[NonActionGuy rarely ever actually does anything]] other than serve as a little [[MrFanservice guy candy]]. He will usually be involved in plots that require guys, as well as be a non-threatening and harmless crush object for the assorted cast as needed. Could become TheFace of the group, should the rest of them [[{{NoSocialSkills}} lack social skills.]]

See ChromosomeCasting when there's zero members of the opposite sex present in the work. This is also DistaffCounterpart to TheSmurfettePrinciple, although that female may be the main character and still qualify for the trope. Contrast GenderEqualEnsemble, where the cast has evenly split the gender ratio. No relation to ThatOneGuy (who is an experienced player, not necessarily a male) or ThoseTwoGuys (who also don't have to be male; just a pair of recurring extras).

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That's short for "The one guy associated with [[AmazonBrigade a team otherwise consisting entirely of females]]." No need to get rabid jealous, though, guys -- this isn't the HaremGenre. At the most, The One Guy will be in a committed relationship with '''one''' of the members -- or [[DungeonmastersGirlfriend he wants to be]]. His membership can range from loose ally to close friend to part of the actual fighting team. Either that, or just some guy who [[NonActionGuy rarely ever actually does anything]] other than serve as a little [[MrFanservice guy candy]]. He will usually be involved in plots that require guys, as well as be a non-threatening and harmless crush object for the assorted cast as needed. Could become TheFace of the group, should the rest of them [[{{NoSocialSkills}} [[NoSocialSkills lack social skills.]]

See ChromosomeCasting when there's zero members of the opposite sex present in the work. This is also DistaffCounterpart to TheSmurfettePrinciple, although that female may be the main character and still qualify for the trope. Contrast GenderEqualEnsemble, where the cast has evenly split the gender ratio. No relation to ThatOneGuy ThatOnePlayer (who is an experienced player, not necessarily a male) or ThoseTwoGuys (who also don't have to be male; just a pair of recurring extras).
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