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9th Jun '18 4:56:55 PM siberia82
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* ''Film/ThorRagnarok'': While they're on Earth, Thor (the macho man) has plain denim clothing while [[Characters/MCULoki Loki]] (the androgynous male) is in a chic all-black suit. Thor insults Loki's fashion sense by directly comparing him to a woman, which further accentuates Loki's depiction as the masculine equivalent of a VainSorceress.

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* ''Film/ThorRagnarok'': While they're on Earth, Thor (the macho man) has plain denim clothing while [[Characters/MCULoki Loki]] Loki (the androgynous male) is in a chic all-black suit. Thor insults Loki's fashion sense by directly comparing him to a woman, which further accentuates Loki's depiction as the masculine equivalent of a VainSorceress.
30th May '18 6:56:40 PM siberia82
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14th Apr '18 7:24:38 AM siberia82
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* ''Film/ThorRagnarok'': While they're on Earth, Thor (the macho man) has plain denim clothing while [[Characters/MCULoki Loki]] (the androgynous male) is in a chic all-black suit. Thor insults Loki's fashion sense by directly comparing him to a woman, which further accentuates Loki's depiction as the male equivalent of a VainSorceress.

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* ''Film/ThorRagnarok'': While they're on Earth, Thor (the macho man) has plain denim clothing while [[Characters/MCULoki Loki]] (the androgynous male) is in a chic all-black suit. Thor insults Loki's fashion sense by directly comparing him to a woman, which further accentuates Loki's depiction as the male masculine equivalent of a VainSorceress.
8th Apr '18 12:24:37 PM Morgenthaler
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* In the comic ''ComicBook/{{Sha}}'', the soul of a witch who was burned at the stake by the Inquisition in the 14th century returns in the 22nd century to exact revenge on the five reincarnated demons responsible for killing her in their past lives. While the four men are all killed one by one, the woman who betrayed her is instead [[CruelMercy left alive with a debilitating disease that will slowly take away her beauty from her]].

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* In the comic ''ComicBook/{{Sha}}'', the soul of a witch who was burned at the stake by the Inquisition in the 14th century returns in the 22nd century to exact revenge on the five reincarnated demons responsible for killing her in their past lives. While the four men among them are all killed one by one, the woman who betrayed her is instead [[CruelMercy left alive with a debilitating disease that will slowly take away her beauty from her]].
26th Mar '18 12:37:21 PM IceMaster
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* ''Anime/{{Vandread}}'': Men and women both exist on two seperate planets, one with an abundance of resources, and one with hardly any. The men's world is therefore much less advanced and has no concept of holidays, luxury, or design as anything but practical. As such, they have become highly resourceful learning to do as much as they can with as little as they can. By contrast the womens planet is far more advanced and plentiful. However, they take their vanity to the extreme, wasting their resources thoughtlessly. One example is making their homes nicer looking than their neighbour's, which resulting in blackouts the likes of which caused many of the space pirates to lose their home.

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* ''Anime/{{Vandread}}'': Men and women both exist on two seperate planets, one with an abundance of resources, and one with hardly any. The men's world is therefore much less advanced and has no concept of holidays, luxury, or design as anything but practical. As such, they have become highly resourceful resourceful, learning to do as much as they can with as little as they can. By contrast the womens women's planet is far more advanced and plentiful. However, they take their vanity to the extreme, wasting their resources thoughtlessly. One example is making their homes nicer looking than their neighbour's, which resulting results in blackouts the likes of which caused many of the space pirates to lose their home.



* ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'': Toph is a complicated case. After joining TheTeam, she was the only one who wouldn't join the morning grooming session. Being blind, she's less concerned with visual appearances than most people. When Katara said that she was dirty, she called it a 'healthy coating of earth' (which also makes sense since she's a [[DishingOutDirt Earth-Bending prodigy]] that [[DisabilitySuperpower relies on the sensory aspect of her powers to compensate for her lack of sight]]). Despite this, she hides a side that wants to be pretty, was deeply hurt by girls mocking her appearance, and shared a bonding experience with Katara as they went to a spa.

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* ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'': Toph is a complicated case. After joining TheTeam, she was the only one who wouldn't join the morning grooming session. Being blind, she's less concerned with visual appearances than most people. When Katara said that she was dirty, she called it a 'healthy coating of earth' (which also makes sense since she's a an [[DishingOutDirt Earth-Bending prodigy]] that [[DisabilitySuperpower relies on the sensory aspect of her powers to compensate for her lack of sight]]). Despite this, she hides a side that wants to be pretty, was deeply hurt by girls mocking her appearance, and shared a bonding experience with Katara as they went to a spa.
17th Mar '18 8:54:53 AM siberia82
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** Downplayed with Professor X, whose habit of always being [[AgentPeacock dapper]] isn't treated as a negative trait InUniverse. However, the attention he pays to his appearance does subtly distinguish his brand of [[InTouchWithHisFeminineSide androgynous masculinity]] from the other two male leads in the franchise (namely the macho Wolverine and the manly Magneto).

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** Downplayed with [[Characters/XMenFilmSeriesProfessorCharlesXavier Professor X, X]], whose habit of always being [[AgentPeacock dapper]] isn't treated as a negative trait InUniverse. However, the attention he pays to his appearance does subtly distinguish his brand of [[InTouchWithHisFeminineSide androgynous masculinity]] from the other two male leads in the franchise (namely the macho Wolverine and the manly Magneto).
14th Mar '18 3:18:37 PM siberia82
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* ''Film/ThorRagnarok'': While they're on Earth, Thor (the macho man) has plain denim clothing while Loki (the androgynous male) is in a chic all-black suit. Thor insults Loki's fashion sense by directly comparing him to a woman, which further accentuates Loki's depiction as the male equivalent of a VainSorceress.

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* ''Film/ThorRagnarok'': While they're on Earth, Thor (the macho man) has plain denim clothing while Loki [[Characters/MCULoki Loki]] (the androgynous male) is in a chic all-black suit. Thor insults Loki's fashion sense by directly comparing him to a woman, which further accentuates Loki's depiction as the male equivalent of a VainSorceress.
14th Mar '18 10:03:27 AM siberia82
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* ''Film/ThorRagnarok'': While they're on Earth, Thor (the macho man) has plain denim clothing while Loki (the androgynous male) is in a chic all-black suit. Thor insults Loki's fashion sense by directly comparing him to a woman, which further accentuates Loki's depiction as the male equivalent of a VainSorceress.
-->'''Loki''': I can't see into the future, I'm not a witch.\\
'''Thor''': No? Then why do you dress like one?\\
'''Loki''': ''(offended)'' Hey.
12th Jan '18 3:53:59 PM Poppycock640
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