If the writer or artist wants to include a [[MsFanservice ridiculously sexy female character]] who is always dressed in [[{{Stripperiffic}} skimpy outfits]], they may choose to give a reason for this character to dress and behave the way she does. Maybe she's TheVamp, and is using it as a means to get what she wants from men, or maybe she's the InnocentFanserviceGirl, who simply doesn't know any better, or the ShamelessFanserviceGirl who doesn't care.

And then there's this girl. She would ''prefer'' to dress modestly, and really doesn't like being ogled by men, but, for [[AuthorAppeal some]] [[{{Fanservice}} reason]], the universe [[ContrivedCoincidence conspires]] to have her dress in skimpy outfits or end up naked. Her clothes may get [[ClothingDamage ripped in combat]] or [[GoneSwimmingClothesStolen stolen]] by [[PantyThief someone]], she may be pressured into it by her friends, she may have to [[ShowSomeLeg provide]] a [[DistractedByTheSexy sexy distraction]] to get past the [[TheGuardsMustBeCrazy idiot guards]], the villain may have kidnapped her, [[BatheHerAndBringHerToMe had his servants bathe her]] and [[GoGoEnslavement forced her to wear a metal bikini]]... any excuse will do, but whatever the reason, she will always be unhappy about it.

Often played for laughs as a form of {{Butt Monkey}}-ness, although serious variants are also possible. After all, much of the humour of the situation depends on whether you think women being unwillingly stripped down carries a host of UnfortunateImplications, or is as harmless [[AuthorAppeal as any other fictional kink]]. If the author wishes to make a point about gender issues, this kind of {{Fanservice}} will often be toned down or {{Deconstructed}}.

A frequent consequence of the ThirdLawOfGenderBending. This sort of thing may also happen to the MrFanservice. Contrast the TokenWholesome, who does get to stay modest.
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[[folder:Anime & Manga]]
* In {{Yaoi}}, the {{Uke}} sometimes take this role in relation to the {{Seme}}. And the audience.
* [[GenderBender Female!Ranma]] often finds herself in this position in ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf''. Especially if DirtyOldMan Happōsai is around.
* Mikuru Asahina from ''[[LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya]]''. Haruhi is constantly trying to invoke tropes, and uses Mikuru for her [[{{moe}} appeal]] and tries to make her the InnocentFanserviceGirl, much to Mikuru's despair. While she eventually accepts her {{Meido}} outfit, she is still struggling to accept it when Haruhi tries to put more revealing outfits on her.
* This is the entire concept of ''Manga/MaicchinguMachikoSensei''. The title character continually finds herself naked due to the actions of her perverted students, the occassional non-human, or the nature of the universe itself.
* A dozen examples could be found from ''MahouSenseiNegima'' alone.
** Takane D. Goodman is the most notorious. Takane is in the habit of using magically-generated clothing instead of ''actual'' clothing, and so her outfits tend to ''vanish completely'' whenever she's defeated in battle... and she's not exactly the most powerful side-character.
** This is also known to happen to Asuna. Early incidents involved Negi's wind magic activating by accident, which blew off all Asuna's clothes without causing her any harm. Negi's wind magic accidentally activating has done that to many girls, not just Asuna. [[spoiler:The fact that his attempt to ''erase her memory'' also resulted in nothing more than clothing loss for Asuna, however, was foreshadowing of Asuna's magic cancel abilities. And later, her magic canceling abilities became so strong that she ''kept her clothes on'' when Negi's infamous strip-sneeze came around.]]
* ''Manga/FairyTail''
** Gray is a male example. His training to resist the cold left him with a habit of stripping down to his boxers ''without realising it'', [[RunningGag and he's always embarrassed to find out he's half-naked.]]
** Another example is Lucy, whose clothing [[ClothingDamage always manages to rip just enough to cover the naughty bits]]. She's understandably not very happy about it.
** This culminates in an amusing scene in the movie where Lucy runs out of the shower without realizing that her towel didn't quite catch and ends up in front of the now wide-eyed Gray and Natsu, prompting the following exchange:
--> Natsu: Gray, is your stripping habit contagious?
--> Gray: Thank you stripping habit!
* Mio Akiyama from ''Manga/KOn''. She's been forced into her share of costumes, not to mention tripping over a cord and landing in a [[PantyShot panty-exposing position]] during the band's first performance in front of the whole school.
* Yuki from ''Manga/FruitsBasket'', especially when he's forced to wear a beautiful girl's kimono for the school festival.
* ''Anime/YuGiOh'': In the virtual world mini-arc, Joey is forced to wear the garb of a legendary warrior: a one-shouldered "barbarian" style garment cut very short. It's even skimpier than Mai' costume -- although she's extremely comfortable in hers and Joey tries to avoid coming out in his.
* Ryuko from ''Anime/KillLaKill'', in the first few episodes at least, is ''extremely'' embarrassed about how {{Stripperific}} her Kamui is. This actually turns into a plot point: because she's so ashamed of its skimpiness, she's unable to harness its true potential until a (totally bizarre) RousingSpeech from [[CloudCuckooLander Mako]].
* In the Hentai ''Dragon Pink'', Pink is constantly being humiliated in this way.
* ''LightNovel/InfiniteStratos'': [[spoiler:[[SamusIsAGirl Charlotte Dunois]] often mentions not minding nudity around Ichika, but would prefer that he ask first, yet still chides him for [[AccidentalPervert perversion]].]]
* Kallen from ''Anime/CodeGeass'' has fallen into some precarious clothing and/or pose situations, to the point where [[NeverLiveItDown part of the fanbase considers her nothing more than fanservice]].
* The [[ConditionalPowers condition]] for Ringo's jumping power in ''Manga/BananaNoNana'' is that she has to wear a miniskirt that shows off her panties.
* Elizabeth of the series ''Manga/NanatsuNoTaizai'' she always end up being in a fanservice against her will but doesn't seem to fully mind it.
* The MagicalGirl outfit in ''Anime/OkusamaWaMahouShoujo'' is designed for your standard, young girl. Ureshiko, at 26, has a fully adult body, and she's not quite comfortable when people point out how it looks on her.
* Karina "Blue Rose" Lyle in ''Anime/TigerAndBunny'' is ''contractually obligated'' to go crime fighting in a {{Stripperiffic}} outfit, despite how impractical and dangerous it is. Mainly because her sponsors market her largely on sex appeal. Since she's [[DeconstructedTrope a deconstruction]] of MsFanservice, poor Karina is shown to be ''extremely'' embarrassed -- but she can't do anything, since it's either that or losing her fans ''and'' her sponsors.
* In the (banned) ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' episode "Beauty and the Beach", Misty declares that parading in front of strangers in a bikini is "Totally embarassing and degrading... but we need the money."
* Bulma takes a turn of this in the original ''Dragon Ball.'' In the very first story arc, her clothing becomes damaged and, stuck out in the desert, the only piece of clothing nearby is a Playboy bunny costume. She hates wearing it, but inexplicably wears the bunny ears with it until she can replace it with some nearly-as-revealing local attire.
* In ''Manhwa/DorothyOfOz'', Mara Shin's MagicalGirl transformation strips off her clothes to reform them into the Witch's suit. Unfortunately for Mara, someone always walks in just as the magic takes her clothes off. In the fifth volume, she trips and falls on top of one of her comrades while in the middle of her transformation.
* Nico Robin from ''OnePiece'' is a meta example: She doesn't seem to mind wearing AbsoluteCleavage and other skimpy clothes in-universe, but one fan pointed out that he found it weird that she wouldn't dress more modestly with the kind of personality she has (not only modest, but also relatively sophisticated and mature). Oda replied that indeed, a women with Robin's personality wouldn't realistically want to dress like that, but since it is a way to provide {{Fanservice}}, he will continue drawing her wearing those kinds of clothes.
* Having Ritsuko Takahashi from Manga/HellTeacherNube either naked, half-naked or with quite the ClothingDamage is kind of a RunningGag in the series. [[spoiler: It goes into NotFunnyAnymore when she's [[ShamefulStrip stripped naked]] ''and then almost murdered'' by a reluctant and mentally broken Yukime.]]
** Also, while Izuna Hazuki is nomally a MissFanservice, the episode where she develops [[PlayingWithfire pyrokinesis]] and her clothes [[ClothingDamage are constantly damaged or destroyed]] places her here.
* ''Anime/RuneSoldierLouie'': Of the main female cast members, it ''[[DesignatedVictim would be]]'' the priestess.
** When Headmistress Jenny jokes that Melissa's duty may require her to let Louie [[http://www.kivmanga.com/Rune_Soldier_Louie_-_Req_by_Valdimir/001.005/43/ have his way with her]], Melissa [[ImagineSpot imagines him as an ogre tearing her clothes off]]; complete with a BigNo
** While they're out sailing in episode 15, Louie's fishing hook snag's the top of her bikini. So when he casts the line, it pulls her across the deck and tears off her top, ending with her being flush against his back. Predictably, she has a screaming fit and demands her top back [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dgASX_iX9pM (at 6:48-7:12).]]
** And in episode 21, she volunteers to cover for [[{{Shorttank}} Merrill]], while she was out sick, not knowing that one of her jobs was dancing in a burlesque show. So Melissa is equally horrified and mortified when she sees the "costume" she has to wear.
-->'''Melissa: (thinking)''' ''"OH MY GOD!! If this is what he means when he says "costume", I don't want to know what he means when he says "dance"!"''
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[[folder:Comic Books]]
* The entire point of ''Comicbook/{{Empowered}}'', where the titular heroine's [[ClothesMakeTheSuperman super-suit]] seems to be perversely designed to leave her as exposed as possible and tear to shreds at the drop of a hat. This has ''not'' helped her self-esteem any.
* Played with with the New 52 Power Girl, seeing as she's always getting into situations where she might be invulnerable, but her costume clearly isn't. It ends up getting torn pretty much in every episode, to her dismay. Then when (Earth-1) Supergirl's Sanctuary gave her the old Power Girl costume (complete with infamous boob window), presumably now invulnerable like Supergirl's, as a replacement, she seemed quite happy with it. Clearly it's not the style of costume that's the problem, just she'd rather have one that stayed intact.
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[[folder:Comic Strips]]
* [[ComicStrip/SallyForthWood Sally Forth]] from the U.S. Armed Forces newspaper (not the one seen in civilian NewspaperComics sections).
* Jane from the Daily Mirror strip of the same name. An [[http://goodcomics.comicbookresources.com/2010/11/05/comic-book-legends-revealed-285/ urban legend]] claims that during World War II, when a rumor went out that D-Day would coincide with Jane appearing fully naked for the first time, army brass specifically asked the artist to make it so.
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[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* Sandy in ''Film/SavingSilverman'' has been in training to be a nun and wears a knee-length habit. When she needs a change of clothing, the only outfit available is a set of stripper clothes.
* Leia in ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi''.
* Willie in ''Film/IndianaJonesAndTheTempleOfDoom'' has some of this.
* Angel in ''Film/XMenFirstClass''--although she says that she's used to men staring at her without clothes on and not so used to them staring at her with clothes on.
* Babs in her final scene in ''AnimalHouse''.
* Hot Lips in ''{{Film/MASH}}''.
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[[folder:Literature]]
* Literature/MercyThompson is frequently naked, as when she changes shape, her clothes don't come with her. Played with, in that by itself she doesn't mind being nude at all. It's only that people make assumptions when she shows no qualms getting naked around them, and she wants to avoid such unnecessary assumptions.
* Amelia Windrose from ''[[Literature/ChroniclesOfChaos Orphans of Chaos]]'', constantly. A climactic scene in the third book is enacted with her naked the entire time, and [[BelligerentSexualTension a villain]] standing between her and the only towel. It's... much more serious than it sounds.
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[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* Susan in ''Series/DesperateHousewives'' often ended up in this kind of situation.
* [[JustifiedTrope Justified]] in ''{{Primeval}}'': Abby wears minimal clothing in her flat because she's deliberately keeping the temperature above 30 Celsius. Why? Well, she happens to be caring for a prehistoric reptile.
* [[TheSmartGirl Chloe Sullivan]] from ''{{Series/Smallville}}'' has got into this once in a while.
-->"[[GrandTheftMe And what the hell are we wearing?]]"
-->"''[[GrandTheftMe Where are my clothes!?]]''"
* Widespread, and applied to both genders, in ''Series/SpartacusBloodAndSand''. Slaves are often forced to go partially or completely naked for the entertainment of their Roman masters either for erotic reasons, especially with household slaves and prostitutes, or simply because in some jobs, such as mining, they see no reason to provide them with clothes.
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[[folder:Video Games]]
* [[MsFanservice Natalie]] in ''VideoGame/EpicBattleFantasy'', after using her Kyun LimitBreak, will usually comment on it afterward by saying, "Well, that was embarrassing", "I hope that's enough fanservice for a while", and "Okay, stop staring now."
* The women in ''[[http://www.pokai.com/ Real Girls Strip Poker]]'' react this way after the (presumably male) player has stripped them nude.
* Mikan Tsumiki in ''VisualNovel/SuperDanganRonpa2'' is sometimes an over-the-top parody of this, due to how she'll often end up in extremely embarrassing poses (though any [[PantyShot Panty Shots]] she might be displaying will be conveniently censored in some way). However, she's also somewhat of a deconstruction since being the ReluctantFanserviceGirl only makes her already low self-esteem even lower, [[spoiler:and yet she's painfully used to this being the only way she can get any sort of attention from people]].
* Olivia from ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'' is a dancer who dresses [[MsFanservice rather skimpily]]... Yet she's also a ShrinkingViolet who suffers from StageFright when off the battlefield and who ''refuses'' to wear a swimsuit in the ''Summer Scramble'' DLC stage. She explains it in some support conversations as not really thinking about it during battle, since she knows that her dances are necessary for letting other units move twice.
** Surprisingly, [[MsFanservice Tharja]] is one of these. In the same ''Summer Scramble'' DLC stage, she's given a skimpy swimsuit to wear and is not exactly pleased, and when [[ACupAngst Cordelia]] talks to her in said scene she gets ''very'' upset when Cordelia keeps bringing up her figure during their talk. Also, her usual portrait has her looking extremely awkward and using her spell book to [[SceneryCensor cover herself]] (Contrasting with the also well-endowed [[spoiler: Aversa]], who ''[[ShamelessFanserviceGirl very]]'' [[ShamelessFanserviceGirl proudly flaunts]] her AbsoluteCleavage) Like in Olivia's case, Tharja's super skimpy outfit is a necessity of sorts, since it's the average uniform for female Dark Mages, and it's implied that she underestimated its effect on those around her.
* In StarOceanTheSecondStory, Celine justifies that she can't wear more clothes otherwise it interferes with her magical abilities.
* [[PlayerCharacter The Princess]] in ''VideoGame/ADanceWithRogues'' is this, if she isn't played as a ShamelessFanserviceGirl, since almost all of the module's female clothing is revealing and she's frequently put into situations that force her to infiltrate or sneak around naked, or lose her equipment in escape attempts. She ''can'' [[LampshadeHanging lampshade]] this by showing her exasperation with the ridiculously impractical design of the clothes and being annoyed at the lack of equipment in several quests.
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[[folder:Web Comics]]
* Elly from ''Webcomic/TheWordWeary'' is the only female character to have been featured in a state of undress in the comic, much to her [[http://wordwearycomic.blogspot.com/2012/03/20-march-2012.html disappointment.]]
* Marigold from ''Webcomic/QuestionableContent'' becomes one after borrowing Faye's [[http://www.questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=2307 bikini]].
* Both Peonie and Tiffany from ''Webcomic/{{Exiern}}'' are forced into this role, the universe just hates their clothing. Peonie does get increasingly irate about that as the strip goes on.
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[[folder:Web Original]]
* WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic. Although he's fine to give {{fanservice}} on his own, if he's the victim in other videos (like the Game Heroes promo where they kidnapped him or ''[[BlackComedyRape Spooning With Spoony II]]'') then he'll take on this role.
* [[{{Rareware}} Grant Kirkhope]] was allegedly this when he was a guest on ''WebVideo/GameGrumps''; according to him, the Grumps do their show naked, which, with [[LetsPlay everyone being]] TheUnseen, took him by surprise and made him uncomfortable. When WebVideo/{{Jon|Tron}} mentions that he didn't have to join them in their nakedness, Grant responds that he'd be even MORE uncomfortable if he joined them clothed, but is still upset to "let his dingleberries out."
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[[folder:Western Animation]]
* Seen briefly in a [[ShowWithinAShow movie that Homer and Marge watch]] on ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', "The Erotic Adventures of Hercules".
-->'''Girl:''' Hercules, the Cyclops tore off my clothes!\\
'''Hercules:''' Ha-ha-ha-ha-ha!
* Fluttershy ends up as one in the ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' episode "Green Isn't Your Color" after Rarity talks her into being a model for Photo Finish. She hates being a model but keeps at it because she doesn't want to disappoint her friend but [[StatusQuoIsGod ends up quitting at the end of the episode]] after Rarity finds out how much she hates doing it.
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