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3rd Feb '16 11:30:39 AM Wyldchyld
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Grammar and belt colour correction.
** Rukia and Orihime subvert the trope. Rukia is the tomboy, Orihime is the girly-girl. However, despite Rukia's rough attitude, she loves rabbits, plush dolls, dresses and romance stories and indulges in them whenever she can. Orihime, on the other hand, while a lot of the focus on her plays up her nurturing personality, BarrierWarrior and HealingHands abilities, her {{long hair|IsFeminine}} and TenderTears. However, she has a yellow belt in karate (thanks to Tatsuki teaching her) and likes robots, comics, and sci-fi. ** Karin and Yuzu's personalities also reflect the trope. Between the two, Karin is the DeadpanSnarker with an interest in sports, while Yuzu is more taken with domestic duties around the house, such as cooking and cleaning. ** The same can be said of the Kotetsu sisters. Though she's the younger one, Kiyone (3rd Seat of the 13th Squad) is known for regularly getting into arguments with Sentarou, and occasionally goes out drinking. Whereas her big sister, Isane, (Lieutenant of the 4th Division) is the feminine one and fairly timid. ** Loly and Menoly subvert the trope. Girlish-looking Loly is the more outspoken and aggressive whereas the more tomboyish-looking Menoly is more thoughtful and subdued.
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** Rukia and Orihime subvert the trope. trope, initially appearing to have Rukia is as the tomboy, tomboy and Orihime is as the girly-girl. However, despite Behind Rukia's rough attitude, she attitude is someone who loves rabbits, plush dolls, dresses and plushies, dresses, romance stories and indulges in them whenever she can. Orihime, on the other hand, while a lot of the focus on her plays up her cutsey artwork. Behind [[LongHairIsFeminine Orihime's]] nurturing personality, BarrierWarrior personality TechnicalPacifism and HealingHands abilities, her {{long hair|IsFeminine}} and TenderTears. However, she has is a black belt[[note]]The anime inexplicably changes this to yellow belt in belt[[/note]] karate (thanks to Tatsuki teaching her) expert and likes a lover of robots, comics, boys comics and sci-fi. ** Karin and Yuzu's personalities also reflect the trope. Between the two, are PolarOppositeTwins. Karin is the DeadpanSnarker with an interest in sports, while sports and whose friends are all male. Yuzu is more taken with domestic duties around the house, such as cooking and cleaning. cleaning, gentle, compassionate and loves dresses and plushies. ** The same can be said of the Kotetsu sisters. Though she's the younger one, Kiyone (3rd Seat of the 13th Squad) is known for regularly getting into arguments with Sentarou, boisterous, argumentative and occasionally goes will go out drinking. Whereas drinking, whereas her big sister, Isane, (Lieutenant of the 4th Division) is the gentle, feminine one and fairly very timid. ** Subverted with Loly and Menoly subvert the trope. Girlish-looking Menoly. Loly is the more outspoken wears short dresses and aggressive whereas the more tomboyish-looking ties her hair in bunches, but is outspoken, argumentative and violent. Menoly is more thoughtful a short-haired, trouser-wearing girl who is thoughtful, passive and subdued.
3rd Feb '16 11:17:58 AM Wyldchyld
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Shoehorning. We've had this site troping Ruby as the tomboy to girly girl Weiss while being the girly girl to Yang's tomboy. None of them are this trope.
* Ruby Rose, the leader of Team ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'' has short hair, is a weapons fanatic, is a hack and slash fighter, and hates formal attire. Her partner, Weiss Schnee, is an heiress, has long hair, is generally prim and proper, is LadyOfWar, and her outfit is the most elegant and feminine. Zig-zagged with Team RWBY's other members: While Blake Belladonna is also a very quiet and empathetic LadyOfWar, she is very stoic about her own emotions, and her fighting style resembles that of a {{Ninja}}, has ties with a terrorist organization, and is the only team member that doesn't wear a skirt/dress. Her partner, Yang Xiao Long, is MsFanservice, is quite vain, and is easily the more expressive of the two, but she is also a fiery BoisterousBruiser, BloodKnight and TheLadette.
3rd Feb '16 5:28:28 AM TriumphantMagician
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** Officer Jenny and Nurse Joy are an obvious example. Officer Jenny is a bold woman who works to protect the public, while Nurse Joy is a gentle lady who works to heal Pokemon and ease their trainers.
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** Officer Jenny and Nurse Joy are an obvious example. Officer Jenny is a bold woman who works to protect protects the public, public while Nurse Joy is a gentle lady who works to heal heals Pokemon and ease comforts their trainers.
27th Jan '16 10:50:03 AM TrustBen
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* ''{{Series/House}}'' started out with only two women; people-oriented Dr. Allison Cameron and career-oriented Dr. Lisa Cuddy.
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* ''{{Series/House}}'' ''{{Series/House}}'': ** The show started out with only two women; people-oriented Dr. Allison Cameron and career-oriented Dr. Lisa Cuddy.Cuddy. ** In the last season the dichotomy was represented by soft-spoken Dr. Jessica Adams and laddish Dr. Chi Park.
27th Jan '16 10:46:06 AM TrustBen
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27th Jan '16 10:45:05 AM TrustBen
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[[folder:Newspaper Comics]] * In ''ComicStrip/{{Dennis the Menace|US}}'' Gina usually wears jeans and sneakers and plays sports with the boys. Margaret wears a flouncy skirt and pushes a doll in a baby carriage. Dennis, who makes a big deal about his own butchness, is more comfortable with the former. [[/blockquote]]
24th Jan '16 1:14:58 AM annette12
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being unintelligent is not a feminine trait
* ''Series/That70sShow'': Donna Pinciotti ({{Bokukko}}, FieryRedhead, and GirlNextDoor) and Jackie Burkhart ({{Tsundere}}, TheCheerleader, and LovableAlphaBitch and (near) complete aversion of BrainyBrunette). To a lesser extent, Kitty and Midge. Kitty works and has one hell of a temper when she gets mad while Midge is a stay at home Mom and is willing to pretend that Bob is her big strong man.
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* ''Series/That70sShow'': Donna Pinciotti ({{Bokukko}}, (TheLadette, FieryRedhead, and GirlNextDoor) and Jackie Burkhart ({{Tsundere}}, TheCheerleader, and LovableAlphaBitch and (near) complete aversion of BrainyBrunette).LovableAlphaBitch). To a lesser extent, Kitty and Midge. Kitty works and has one hell of a temper when she gets mad while Midge is a stay at home Mom and is willing to pretend that Bob is her big strong man.
12th Jan '16 6:23:33 AM JaywalkersNeverProsper
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* ''Literature/LottieAndLisa'' has [[PolarOppositeTwins twin sisters]] Lotte and Luise. Luise is a loud and wild tomboy who doesn't care about her grades and proper behaviour while Lotte is obedient, quiet and used to [[FeminineWomenCanCook doing housework]] to help her mother.
8th Jan '16 12:28:20 AM Oddstar6
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* Mercy St. Clair and her neighbor [[spoiler:now girlfriend]] Molly in Ron Randall's ''Trekker'': Mercy is a badass bounty hunter; Molly is a [[HarpOfFemininity musician]]. That being said, Mercy does have her more feminine side, especially when she is with Molly.
3rd Jan '16 12:52:11 PM WriterGirl2015
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* Anna and Elsa of ''Disney/{{Frozen}}''. They are close sisters and although both dress femininely Anna is the one to stuff her face with food, punch out a prince, rescue her sister in the place of choosing to kiss Kristoff, act awkwardly, is NotAMorningPerson with the hairstyle and drool to match, and ride a bicycle indoors. By contrast, Elsa is more reserved and graceful, and strives to be a "perfect girl" as a way to control her emotions and her ice powers.
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