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4th Sep '17 7:34:27 AM Malady
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** What makes Producing Perfection all the more troubling is that alphabetically it is placed right next to the still T-rated ([[ValuesDissonance 3+ in Europe]]) but more family friendly VideoGame/HatsuneMikuProjectDiva games in store displays. Considering [[Music/{{Vocaloid}} Hatsune Miku]] has a lot of young fans, all it takes is a confused parent who has a child that's into Vocaloid and difficulty remembering long game names seeing two vita games with an anime PopIdol on it, pick the wrong one and give their ten year old girl a game that gives you points for upskirt shots, has risque dialog that pushes the envelope, and even has scenes of nudity. Not to mention a lot of parents dismiss T ratings in rhythm games due to "family" games like ''VideoGame/RockBand'' having the same rating.

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** What makes Producing Perfection all the more troubling is that alphabetically it is placed right next to the still T-rated ([[ValuesDissonance 3+ in Europe]]) but more family friendly VideoGame/HatsuneMikuProjectDiva games in store displays. Considering [[Music/{{Vocaloid}} Hatsune Miku]] has a lot of young fans, all it takes is a confused parent who has a child that's into Vocaloid and difficulty remembering long game names seeing two vita games with an anime PopIdol [[TeenIdol Pop Idol]] on it, pick the wrong one and give their ten year old girl a game that gives you points for upskirt shots, has risque dialog that pushes the envelope, and even has scenes of nudity. Not to mention a lot of parents dismiss T ratings in rhythm games due to "family" games like ''VideoGame/RockBand'' having the same rating.
16th Aug '17 8:46:19 AM mimitchi33
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** In Hong Kong, ''Love Live!'' is a kids' show and even appears [[https://pripara-daisui.tumblr.com/post/144897217031/angels-pripara-shining-fashion-design#notes in the same children's magazine]] as franchises like ''Franchise/PrettyCure'' and ''[[VideoGame/PriPara [=PriPara=]]]''.
13th Aug '17 2:31:53 AM SeptimusHeap
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* ''Moetan'' is about a MagicalGirl who teaches her crush English. Blatant ([[OlderThanTheyLook Older Than She Looks]]) {{Lolicon}} {{Fanservice}} and {{Panty Shot}}s ensue.

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* ''Moetan'' is about a MagicalGirl who teaches her crush English. Blatant ([[OlderThanTheyLook Older Than She Looks]]) {{Lolicon}} {{Lolicon|AndShotacon}} {{Fanservice}} and {{Panty Shot}}s ensue.



* [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Denpa_song Denpa Song]] in general is this trope as a musical style. Sickeningly cutesy vocals, ultra happy melodies, and high BPM are all staples of the style, making it seem like the target audience is young girls, but with a few exceptions like the above mentioned Kyun Kyun Panic and some songs from VideoGame/PriPara, denpa is made by and for adults in the otaku subculture, and some contain lyrics inappropriate for kids. And, unfortunately, some even have [[{{Lolicon}} inappropriate lyrics about kids.]] There is of course some crossover appeal, especially with more mainstream acts like dempagumi.inc.

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* [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Denpa_song Denpa Song]] in general is this trope as a musical style. Sickeningly cutesy vocals, ultra happy melodies, and high BPM are all staples of the style, making it seem like the target audience is young girls, but with a few exceptions like the above mentioned Kyun Kyun Panic and some songs from VideoGame/PriPara, denpa is made by and for adults in the otaku subculture, and some contain lyrics inappropriate for kids. And, unfortunately, some even have [[{{Lolicon}} inappropriate lyrics about kids.]] kids. There is of course some crossover appeal, especially with more mainstream acts like dempagumi.inc.
23rd Jul '17 2:32:16 PM nombretomado
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So you find a new show and it has [[ImprobablyFemaleCast an all female cast]], lots of pastel colors, and TastesLikeDiabetes levels of [[{{Kawaisa}} cuteness]]. And you think "this would be a perfect show for my eight-year-old sister."

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So you find a new show and it has [[ImprobablyFemaleCast an all female cast]], lots of pastel colors, and TastesLikeDiabetes levels of [[{{Kawaisa}} [[{{UsefulNotes/Kawaisa}} cuteness]]. And you think "this would be a perfect show for my eight-year-old sister."
9th Jun '17 7:29:44 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''{{minus}}'' is a brightly-colored cute-looking webcomic about an [[TheOmnipotent omnipotent]] little girl, albeit with a ton of FridgeHorror, but if Wiki/TVTropes is anything to go by, most of the people who read the comic are men.

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* ''{{minus}}'' ''Webcomic/{{minus}}'' is a brightly-colored cute-looking webcomic about an [[TheOmnipotent omnipotent]] little girl, albeit with a ton of FridgeHorror, but if Wiki/TVTropes is anything to go by, most of the people who read the comic are men.
4th Jun '17 6:17:28 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{minus}}'' is a brightly-colored cute-looking webcomic about an [[TheOmnipotent omnipotent]] little girl, albeit with a ton of FridgeHorror, but if TVTropes is anything to go by, most of the people who read the comic are men.

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* ''{{minus}}'' is a brightly-colored cute-looking webcomic about an [[TheOmnipotent omnipotent]] little girl, albeit with a ton of FridgeHorror, but if TVTropes Wiki/TVTropes is anything to go by, most of the people who read the comic are men.
5th May '17 6:06:32 AM Assassin-sensei
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* ''Manga/PlaceToPlace'' is a very cutesy, relatively clean slice of life show about a schoolgirl's first crush. Despite this, its manga runs in a seinen magazine, and the anime aired at 1:25 a.m. on TBS.
30th Apr '17 1:51:50 PM nombretomado
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* ''Franchise/HarvestMoon'' was originally aimed at a gender-neutral audience, but you wouldn't know it by its mainly female fandom. The first few games had male-only protagonists but eventually they added females, either in a GameFavoredGender manner (women couldn't play past marriage) or in their own {{Distaff Counterpart}}s. Modern games always have an option to chose your gender. Starting with ''VideoGame/HarvestMoonTreeOfTranquility'', incarnations of the game have began to look a lot more {{Bishoujo}} than before, with things coming to a head in the 3DS title released internationally as ''VideoGame/StoryOfSeasons''.

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* ''Franchise/HarvestMoon'' ''VideoGame/HarvestMoon'' was originally aimed at a gender-neutral audience, but you wouldn't know it by its mainly female fandom. The first few games had male-only protagonists but eventually they added females, either in a GameFavoredGender manner (women couldn't play past marriage) or in their own {{Distaff Counterpart}}s. Modern games always have an option to chose your gender. Starting with ''VideoGame/HarvestMoonTreeOfTranquility'', incarnations of the game have began to look a lot more {{Bishoujo}} than before, with things coming to a head in the 3DS title released internationally as ''VideoGame/StoryOfSeasons''.
17th Apr '17 1:15:07 AM Scabbard
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* ''Manga/BambooBlade'' - It's about a group of high school girls who are in their school's kendo club. And the manga is serialized in a... {{Seinen}} manga magazine.

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* ''Manga/BambooBlade'' - ''Manga/BambooBlade'': It's about a group of high school girls who are in their school's kendo club. And the manga is serialized in a... {{Seinen}} manga magazine.
8th Apr '17 9:22:04 PM nombretomado
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** What makes Producing Perfection all the more troubling is that alphabetically it is placed right next to the still T-rated ([[ValuesDissonance 3+ in Europe]]) but more family friendly VideoGame/HatsuneMikuProjectDiva games in store displays. Considering [[Music/{{Vocaloid}} Hatsune Miku]] has a lot of young fans, all it takes is a confused parent who has a child that's into Vocaloid and difficulty remembering long game names seeing two vita games with an anime PopIdol on it, pick the wrong one and give their ten year old girl a game that gives you points for upskirt shots, has risque dialog that pushes the envelope, and even has scenes of nudity. Not to mention a lot of parents dismiss T ratings in rhythm games due to "family" games like RockBand having the same rating.

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** What makes Producing Perfection all the more troubling is that alphabetically it is placed right next to the still T-rated ([[ValuesDissonance 3+ in Europe]]) but more family friendly VideoGame/HatsuneMikuProjectDiva games in store displays. Considering [[Music/{{Vocaloid}} Hatsune Miku]] has a lot of young fans, all it takes is a confused parent who has a child that's into Vocaloid and difficulty remembering long game names seeing two vita games with an anime PopIdol on it, pick the wrong one and give their ten year old girl a game that gives you points for upskirt shots, has risque dialog that pushes the envelope, and even has scenes of nudity. Not to mention a lot of parents dismiss T ratings in rhythm games due to "family" games like RockBand ''VideoGame/RockBand'' having the same rating.
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