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12th Jun '16 12:49:39 PM DaibhidC
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** Played straight to the hilt by Ellen & Elliot! At first, Elliot was Tedd's much more obviously male friend. He also started off normal to counter Tedd's "MadScientist" theme, though that soon got replaced with a MagicVersusScience theme when he was revealed to be skilled at "Anime Style Martial Arts" including projecting spells from his hands. He gets hit by the "Venus" transformation (becoming an extremely attractive, long-haired girl for a month), he demands that Tedd get him a quicker cure (so as to avoid going to high school with an attractive girl's body for a month). Tedd finds out about a crystal that gets rid of transformative "curses", which should work, since the gun is based on [[AWizardDidIt alien]] {{Magitek}}. They find the crystal and Elliot touches it.
*** Long story short, it split him into two people. "Elliot" who got to keep his name (because he was the male one) gained a hand-beam spell to give people the "Venus" transformation but now has to burn off his excess magical energy once a day by spending a few hours as a woman. "Ellen", who was created from the "curse" that was removed, is permanently a woman now, and only slowly coming to terms with the thought that she might be okay with that. But she still remembers having been a man, mind and body, all her life as well as not being able to date Sarah, the girl she remembers as her girlfriend. She also has the ability to use the anime martial arts but has decided to pursue magic more in order to differentiate herself from Elliot, although she really likes to use her own "Venus" transformation on him.

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** Played straight to the hilt by Ellen & Elliot! At first, Elliot was Tedd's much more obviously male friend. He also started off normal to counter Tedd's "MadScientist" theme, though that soon got replaced with a MagicVersusScience theme when he was revealed to be skilled at "Anime Style Martial Arts" including projecting spells from his hands. He gets hit by the "Venus" transformation (becoming an extremely attractive, long-haired girl for a month), he demands that Tedd get him a quicker cure (so as to avoid going to high school with an attractive girl's body for a month). Tedd finds out about a crystal that gets rid of transformative "curses", which should work, since the gun is based on [[AWizardDidIt alien]] {{Magitek}}. They find the crystal and Elliot touches it.
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it. Long story short, it split him into two people. "Elliot" who got to keep his name (because he was the male one) gained a hand-beam spell to give people the "Venus" transformation but now has to burn off his excess magical energy once a day by spending a few hours as a woman. "Ellen", who was created from the "curse" that was removed, is permanently a woman now, and only slowly coming to terms with the thought that she might be okay with that. But she still remembers having been a man, mind and body, all her life as well as not being able to date Sarah, the girl she remembers as her girlfriend. She also has the ability to use the anime martial arts but has decided to pursue magic more in order to differentiate herself from Elliot, although she really likes to use her own "Venus" transformation on him.
10th May '16 9:37:41 PM Pichu-kun
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* One joke in the ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' fanfic ''FanFic/{{Asylum}}'' has Twilight talking to a donkey who is delusional and believes she's a unicorn.
7th Apr '16 3:18:48 PM Pichu-kun
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* In {{ComicBook/Fables}}, we have the fox Reynard who is attracted to female humans and wants to become a human so he can seduce them. [[spoiler:This wish is eventually granted by the witches, making him a shapeshifter with a beautiful male human form.]]

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* In {{ComicBook/Fables}}, we {{ComicBook/Fables}}:
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have the fox Reynard who is attracted to female humans and wants to become a human so he can seduce them. [[spoiler:This wish is eventually granted by the witches, making him a shapeshifter with a beautiful male human form.]]





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\n* King Louis from ''Disney/TheJungleBook'', an ape wanting to become a human.
* Another Louis, the alligator from ''Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog'', wants to be human so that he can play trumpet in a jazz band. [[spoiler:He doesn't become human, but still gets his wish to play in a band.]]
* In the Disney version of ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'', Princess Ariel of the Mer-people have a fixation with humans, eventually falling in love with a human and becoming one herself. In this version of the story, humans and mer-people are portrayed as equal, so Ariel's transformation isn't about becoming better or worse. The [[Literature/TheLittleMermaid original HC Andersen version]] is not so nice. In this version, it turns out that God loves only mankind, so the Mermaid is doomed from the beginning simply for being born as a "lesser" species. Since her quest in this version was limited to trying to reach out to her LoveInterest, it's not an example of this trope. Oh, and [[DrivenToSuicide it fails miserably, too]].



* Children's picture book "Goblinheart: A Fairy Tale" uses this as a metaphor for {{transsexual}} youth. Julep is a fairy who insists they're a goblin. Julep meets a younger goblin named Tuck who is the opposite.

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* Children's The children's picture book "Goblinheart: ''Goblinheart: A Fairy Tale" Tale'' uses this as a metaphor [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything metaphor]] for {{transsexual}} youth. Julep is a fairy who insists they're a goblin. Julep meets a younger goblin named Tuck who is the opposite.



* Reynard the Fox also appears in ''Webcomic/GunnerkriggCourt'', and true to the myth, he fell in love with a human woman. Rather than shapeshifting, however, he convinced Coyote to grant him the power to possess anything with eyes--and he uses it to take the body of a young human male so he can go to the court and woo his beloved...

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* ''Webcomic/GunnerkriggCourt'':
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Reynard the Fox also appears in ''Webcomic/GunnerkriggCourt'', and true to the myth, he fell in love with a human woman. Rather than shapeshifting, however, he convinced Coyote to grant him the power to possess anything with eyes--and he uses it to take the body of a young human male so he can go to the court and woo his beloved...



* ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'' features regular genderswapping with the aid of magic and a superscience transformation gun.

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* ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'' features regular genderswapping with the aid of magic and a superscience transformation gun.gun:



* ''Webcomic/KevinAndKell''

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* ''Webcomic/SkinHorse''

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* King Louis from ''Disney/TheJungleBook'', an ape wanting to become a human.
* Another Louis, the alligator from ''ThePrincessAndTheFrog'', wants to be human so that he can play trumpet in a jazz band. [[spoiler:He doesn't become human, but still gets his wish to play in a band.]]
* In the Disney version of ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'', Princess Ariel of the Mer-people have a fixation with humans, eventually falling in love with a human and becoming one herself. In this version of the story, humans and mer-people are portrayed as equal, so Ariel's transformation isn't about becoming better or worse.
** The original HC Andersen version is not so nice. In this version, it turns out that God loves only mankind, so the Mermaid is doomed from the beginning simply for being born as a "lesser" species. Since her quest in this version was limited to trying to reach out to her LoveInterest, it's not an example of this trope. Oh, and [[DrivenToSuicide it fails miserably, too]].




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* One episode of ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls2016'': features a colt who wants to be a unicorn. Bubbles gets the Professor to turn him into a unicorn but it backfires and he transforms into a monstrous looking creature. [[spoiler:Eventually his mother appears and informs him he really was a unicorn the entire time, it's just his mane covered up his horn]].
29th Mar '16 1:07:27 PM DaibhidC
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** Goes the other way in the "Grillo Parlante" storyline, where Nera and Joshua meet a support group for transgenics who not only identify as normal humans but are trying to will themselves into developing a WeirdnessCensor.

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** Goes the other way in the "Grillo Parlante" storyline, where Nera and Joshua Jonah meet a support group for transgenics who not only identify as normal humans but are trying to will themselves into developing a WeirdnessCensor.
29th Mar '16 1:04:27 PM DaibhidC
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* ''Webcomic/SkinHorse''
** When the team first meet Nick, they conclude that because he's human (albeit one whose had his brain removed and stuck in a helicopter) his problems don't fall under their purview. When he refers to the helicopter as his "real body" they decide that since he ''identifies'' as non-human he should be treated as such.
** Goes the other way in the "Grillo Parlante" storyline, where Nera and Joshua meet a support group for transgenics who not only identify as normal humans but are trying to will themselves into developing a WeirdnessCensor.
28th Feb '16 11:41:06 AM nombretomado
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* In ''TheBoondocks'', When [[BoomerangBigot Uncle Ruckus]] dies, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jRNCpD3xhsY he will finally become a real white man in the heaven for white racists]].

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* In ''TheBoondocks'', ''WesternAnimation/TheBoondocks'', When [[BoomerangBigot Uncle Ruckus]] dies, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jRNCpD3xhsY he will finally become a real white man in the heaven for white racists]].



* In the Disney version of Disney/TheLittleMermaid, Princess Ariel of the Mer-people have a fixation with humans, eventually falling in love with a human and becoming one herself. In this version of the story, humans and mer-people are portrayed as equal, so Ariel's transformation isn't about becoming better or worse.

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* In the Disney version of Disney/TheLittleMermaid, ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'', Princess Ariel of the Mer-people have a fixation with humans, eventually falling in love with a human and becoming one herself. In this version of the story, humans and mer-people are portrayed as equal, so Ariel's transformation isn't about becoming better or worse.
27th Feb '16 6:11:14 PM ZeldaQueen64
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** Grace's brother, Vlad, is a male bat-human hybrid who can't change into human form permanently because it's too painful. After being hit by Ellen's Venus transformation, he turns into a human woman and is thrilled to be human for once (s/he takes the female part of things in stride, since it matters very little compared to being human).
25th Feb '16 2:37:35 AM DaibhidC
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* In ''Webcomic/{{Shortpacked}}'', when Ultra-Car becomes a RobotGirl, she calls herself "trans-chassis".
29th Jan '16 2:09:00 PM belarin
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** And some [[UsefulNotes/FurryFandom furries]] or "Furry lifestylers" as well. These most often take the route of reincarnation much like the aforementioned religions or very less route waiting for right biotechnology which coming anytime soon in near future or longer to want being real life PettingZooPeople. Comparing them to the above Transsexuals is a BeserkButton to many trans groups.

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** And some [[UsefulNotes/FurryFandom furries]] or "Furry lifestylers" as well. These most often take the route of reincarnation much like the aforementioned religions or very less route people waiting for right biotechnology which coming anytime soon in near future or longer to want being become real life PettingZooPeople. Comparing them to the above Transsexuals is considered a BeserkButton BerserkButton to many most trans groups.
29th Jan '16 2:07:27 PM belarin
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** And some [[UsefulNotes/FurryFandom furries]] or "Furry lifestylers" as well. These most often take the route of reincarnation much like the aforementioned religions or very less route waiting for right biotechnology which coming anytime soon in near future or longer to want being real life PettingZooPeople are somewhat simliar to aforementioned Transsexuals.

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** And some [[UsefulNotes/FurryFandom furries]] or "Furry lifestylers" as well. These most often take the route of reincarnation much like the aforementioned religions or very less route waiting for right biotechnology which coming anytime soon in near future or longer to want being real life PettingZooPeople are somewhat simliar PettingZooPeople. Comparing them to aforementioned Transsexuals.the above Transsexuals is a BeserkButton to many trans groups.
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