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19th May '16 1:34:56 PM erforce
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* ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'' raised the possibility of ghost advocacy groups when they showed a cover of ''The Atlantic'' magazine that asked "Do Ghosts Have Civil Rights?"

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* ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'' The success montage of ''Film/{{Ghostbusters 1984}}'' raised the possibility of ghost advocacy groups when they the film showed a cover of ''The Atlantic'' magazine that asked "Do Ghosts Have Civil Rights?"
8th May '16 7:33:13 AM harostar
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* In ''Manga/TokyoGhoul[=:Re=]'', Ghoul Rights Activists spring up in the aftermath of [[spoiler: famous novelist Sen Takatsuki (Eto) revealing herself to be a ghoul, and publishing a novel with a sympathetic ghoul protagonist]]. While many initially disregard them as morons swept up in a trend, there is indication of real society-wide changes beginning as a result of the public realizing that ghouls are [[WhatMeasureIsANonHuman people too]].
17th Apr '16 9:57:03 PM AnoneMouseJr.
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* ''FanFic/AMidsummerNightsDream'': In chapter 15, Fluttershy thinks everyone is being undeservedly hostile towards the Kaiju that have begun attacking Equestria, causing death and destruction whenever they make landfall. (She is also unaware that they were ''created'' for the sole purpose of killing and destroying.)
25th Feb '16 2:32:30 PM 20person
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 4}}'', the [[UndergroundRailroad Railroad]] helps liberate [[RidiculouslyHumanRobots Synths]] from the Institute, while the rest of the population views Synths with hostility and suspicion, with varying degrees of success. Some Synths end up successfully escaping and living happy lives, but some are recaptured by the Institute, and others end up becoming Raiders terrorizing the population of the Commonwealth. [[TomatoInTheMirror One actually ended up joining an organization that wants to destroy all Synths]].

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 4}}'', the [[UndergroundRailroad Railroad]] helps liberate [[RidiculouslyHumanRobots Synths]] from the Institute, while the rest of the population views Synths with hostility and suspicion, with varying degrees of success. Some Synths end up successfully escaping and living happy lives, but some are recaptured by the Institute, and others end up becoming Raiders terrorizing the population of the Commonwealth. [[TomatoInTheMirror One actually ended up joining an organization organization]] [[BoomerangBigot that wants to destroy all Synths]].
25th Feb '16 2:31:49 PM 20person
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 4}}'', the [[UndergroundRailroad Railroad]] helps liberate [[RidiculouslyHumanRobots Synths]] from the Institute, which the rest of the population views Synths with hostility and suspicion, with varying degrees of success. Some Synths end up successfully escaping and living happy lives, but some are recaptured by the Institute, and some end up becoming Raiders terrorizing the population of the Commonwealth. [[TomatoInTheMirror One actually ended up joining an organization that wants to destroy all Synths]].

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 4}}'', the [[UndergroundRailroad Railroad]] helps liberate [[RidiculouslyHumanRobots Synths]] from the Institute, which while the rest of the population views Synths with hostility and suspicion, with varying degrees of success. Some Synths end up successfully escaping and living happy lives, but some are recaptured by the Institute, and some others end up becoming Raiders terrorizing the population of the Commonwealth. [[TomatoInTheMirror One actually ended up joining an organization that wants to destroy all Synths]].
25th Feb '16 2:30:31 PM 20person
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25th Feb '16 2:30:02 PM 20person
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 4}}'', the [[UndergroundRailroad Railroad]] helps liberate [[RidiculouslyHumanRobots Synths]] from the Institute, which the rest of the population views Synths with hostility and suspicion, with varying degrees of success. Some Synths end up successfully escaping and living happy lives, but some are recaptured by the Institute, and some end up becoming Raiders terrorizing the population of the Commonwealth. [[TomatoInTheMirror One actually ended up joining an organization that wants to destroy all Synths]].
4th Dec '15 11:41:00 AM Nohbody
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* Tsukiko from ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'' is unlike most necromancers in fiction. Rather than see the undead as slaves, she considers them morally ''superior'' to the living on the grounds that the dead don't lie or go around hurting feelings. [[FluffyTamer She acts motherly toward her vicious flesh-eating creations]], and flirted with the lich Xykon in their first meeting. The whole thing is mostly PlayedForLaughs. In her case it's more of a YouFailLogicForever situation: she reasons that since the living are mean liars who go around hurting each other, the undead (as the antithesis of living creatures) MUST be kind, loving gentle creatures. She holds to this belief regardless of the mountains of evidence to the contrary [[spoiler:right up until the End.]] There's also [[ILoveTheDead other reasons]] for her behavior.

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Tsukiko from ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'' is unlike most necromancers in fiction. Rather than see the undead as slaves, she considers them morally ''superior'' to the living on the grounds that the dead don't lie or go around hurting feelings. [[FluffyTamer She acts motherly toward her vicious flesh-eating creations]], and flirted with the lich Xykon in their first meeting. The whole thing is mostly PlayedForLaughs. In her case it's more of a YouFailLogicForever situation: she reasons that since the living are mean liars who go around hurting each other, the undead (as the antithesis of living creatures) MUST be kind, loving gentle creatures. She holds to this belief regardless of the mountains of evidence to the contrary [[spoiler:right up until the End.]] There's also [[ILoveTheDead other reasons]] for her behavior.


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* ''Webcomic/{{Freefall}}'': Maxwell Post is one of the first humans to help the robots push for rights. Unusually for the trope, once the issue reaches the public eye, he presents his stance with reasoned, effective arguments to a town hall meeting and local authority figures, and develops a viable economic proposal for their eventual freedom with [[ThoseTwoGuys Qwerty, Dvorak]] and [[ReasonableAuthorityFigure Bill Raibert]] (which Mr. Ishiguro heartily approves of, even, as being long-term profitable for Ecosystems Unlimited).
30th Nov '15 6:07:32 AM Mhazard
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* [[PapaWolf Retired Hunter Djura]] from ''VideoGame/{{Bloodborne}}'' is one, he protects the beasts of Old Yharnam with his [[GatlingGood Gatling Gun]]
22nd Nov '15 12:31:11 PM FF32
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* In ''ParaNorman'', Norman becomes this after discovering [[spoiler: the zombies have intelligence and are afraid too]]. He nearly gets killed for it. [[spoiler: By ''humans''. His sister, Neil, Mitch and Alvin back him up on this and they eventually manage to help the zombies pass on.]]

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* In ''ParaNorman'', ''WesternAnimation/ParaNorman'', Norman becomes this after discovering [[spoiler: the zombies have intelligence and are afraid too]]. He nearly gets killed for it. [[spoiler: By ''humans''. His sister, Neil, Mitch and Alvin back him up on this and they eventually manage to help the zombies pass on.]]
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