->''"We got the bubble-headed bleach blonde\\
Who comes on at five\\
She can tell you 'bout the plane crash\\
With a gleam in her eye\\
It's interesting when people die\\
Give us dirty laundry."''
-->-- '''Don Henley''', "Dirty Laundry"

A character type that shows that not all Republicans/conservatives are stuffy old men and that not all women are Democrats/liberals. Like it says on [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin the label]], this character is female, attractive, and [[HairColors almost always blonde]]. She's also usually more "traditional" in her gender expression than her politically opposite peers, though this characterization is by no means universal.

She'll sometimes be portrayed unsympathetically, as either a StepfordSmiler or a grown-up AlphaBitch. In these cases, she functions as an extension of the StrawmanPolitical. Either way, since the emphasis is on her appearance rather than her views, it is a way to feature Republican characters without having anyone make Republican arguments, thus no risk of StrawmanHasAPoint. In these cases there's a reasonably good chance that she'll undergo a HighHeelFaceTurn upon realizing her party bosses are evil, chauvinist pigs. Of course, by presenting an opponent as a hypersexualized hate object, [[BrokenAesop the work embraces the very values it claims to be against]].

There is also a nice chance that the Blonde Republican Sex Kitten is a MagnificentBastard with a sharp mind that plays the "snobby feminine airhead" role because it's [[ObfuscatingStupidity either convenient or expected]] from her. In that case, it may be the cover of a particularly sneaky FemmeFatale.

Since shows heavy in [[StrawmanPolitical Political Strawmen]] can overdo it by painting the other side as evil, this character can sometimes be a raging example of EvilIsSexy for an established character with opposing political views. The political dissonance can consequently ignite BelligerentSexualTension between the two, leading to a SlapSlapKiss relationship, often involving arguments about contentious culture war issues as the making out gets heated. Sometimes the established character can find the kitten sexy ''because'' they're so diametrically opposed to everything s/he stands for.

Often a used as a political stereotype even if she's not a strawman. There's a chance of this backfiring due to a MisaimedFandom or a case of StrawManHasAPoint, especially with PoesLaw in full effect. See also FoxNewsLiberal.


[[folder:Comic Books]]
* The 2008 miniseries ''Franchise/DCUniverse: Decisions'', written to cash in on the U.S. presidential election, has ComicBook/LoisLane spilling Republican talking points (or at the very least, opinions that the ''libertarian'' wing of the Republican Party would endorse) while asking Clark who he plans to vote for. Given that DC likes to keep its heroes apolitical (besides the far-left Green Arrow and ultraconservative Hawkman, anyway), this will most likely be ignored in future stories. That said, [[FridgeBrilliance it's not altogether inconsistent for a fairly wealthy army-brat who makes her living off of the personal freedom of the press to be interested in a moderate-Republican former soldier like John McCain.]] Counterpoint being that Lois Lane is a crusading seemingly liberal journalist with a primary focus on social issues. In the past, her opinion of the Republican Party has been shown to be quite negative. But generally as throwaway references, most of which are quite old: anger at "12 years of Republican administrations" was cited as one of the causes of the anger that enabled her DemonicPossession during the ''Eclipso: The Darkness Within'' crossover in the early 1990s. Arguably, since the actual lines Lois spoke in "Decisions" seem to largely be in line with ''libertarian''-Republican views and not necessarily ''conservative''-Republican views, it actually could still fit well with the Eclipso anecdote, as most libertarians generally resent social conservatism and have generally been unhappy with its prevalence within the GOP in recent decades.
* One issue of the 2000s revival of ''ComicBook/TheSpirit'' by Darwyn Cooke features a NoCelebritiesWereHarmed version of Coulter named "Mare Noltly" who unsuccessfully tries to seduce the hero when he questions her on a recent murder.

* The TropeMaker is probably Kay Thorndyke in the 1948 film adaptation of ''Theatre/StateOfTheUnion''. She's a hard-as-nails Republican Party power broker and newspaper publishing magnate who is determined to elect her lover, Grant Matthews, as President of the United States. She's also played by a young and gorgeous Creator/AngelaLansbury in a series of either tight business suits or sexy cocktail dresses, so the "blonde sex kitten" part is covered.
* In Creator/WoodyAllen's ''Film/MelindaAndMelinda'', in the comedic half of the movie, Will Ferrell's character begins dating a blonde Republican who posed for ''Magazine/{{Playboy}}''.
* The title character of ''Film/{{Ninotchka}}'' is a blonde ''communist'' sex kitten whose [[DefrostingIceQueen eventual defrosting]] arguably makes her something of a [[FoxNewsLiberal Fox News Communist]] as well. Notably though, the movie doesn't portray the average citizen of the Soviet Union as bad, only the government--which is more surprising when you consider the movie was made in 1939.
* ''Film/{{Head of State}}'' has Blonde Sex Kitten [[NoPartyGiven Of Vague Party Affiliation]], who is personnel in Mays' presidential campaign staff. She was a professional whore for presidential candidates, retained to prevent sex scandals by providing sex on an as-needed basis.
* UsefulNotes/MargaretThatcher--[[Film/LoveActually or so at least one of her successors thought]].
-->'''The Prime Minister:''' You have this kind of problem? Yeah... of course you did, you saucy minx!
* A French example is the daughter in ''Potiche''. Her politics are in line with her conservative father and husband which puts her in contrast with her more-liberal thinking mother. Her conservative opinions [[spoiler:later force her mother out of the CEO position of the family business.]]
* Creator/JuliaRoberts plays Joanne Herring, a [[FieryRedhead spunky, red-haired version]] in ''Film/CharlieWilsonsWar''. Her hyper-femininity is mostly a facade, as she's the third wealthiest person ''[[EverythingIsBigInTexas in Texas]]'', who uses her money and connections to be politically active behind the scenes.
* Tracy Flick in ''Film/{{Election}}''. While she doesn't voice GOP views, her mother writes to Elizabeth Dole on tips for becoming an accomplished woman for her daughter and at the end of the movie, [[spoiler:she works as an intern and has an affair with a Republican politician.]]

* Kim Stanley Robinson's ''Literature/RedMarsTrilogy'' has Phyllis Boyle, who fits this trope to a tee in the second book.
* Melissa Good's [[strike:FanFic]] completely original story, ''Tropical Storm'', whose two lead female characters just happen to physically, emotionally and characteristically resemble another pair of female leads from [[Series/XenaWarriorPrincess a series that shall not be mentioned]] due to copyright law,[[note]]Snarkiness aside, it's actually a fun read, and the author can be rather tongue-in-cheek at times.[[/note]] includes in its universe a woman by the name of Kerry, who is [[BlondeRepublicanSexKitten Blonde, Sexy, and a Republican]] (though of the [[GayConservative Log Cabin]] variety).
* In Creator/MiraGrant's ''[[Literature/{{Newsflesh}} Feed]]'', Representative Kristen Wagman (who also used to be a stripper) promises in her first election that for every thousand votes, she'll wear something ''else'' inappropriate to the floor. Obviously she won by a landslide for Congress, but lost the presidential candidacy.
* In Geoph Essex's ''Lovely Assistant'': [[StepfordSmiler Carrie Raymond]]. ''Dear lord'', [[FauxAffablyEvil Carrie Raymond]].

[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* ''Series/TheWestWing'':
** Ainsley Hayes (Emily Procter), for whom this trope is named. At least two Procter fan-sites have this name. Unlike some of the other examples here, Procter's character is a goodie. She was also memorable for being introduced as this trope in addition to being a CousinOliver, [[AlwaysSomeoneBetter Minnesota Fats]], SouthernFriedGenius, and TokenMinority all at once.
** Joe Quincy as a male example. Donna even points out he's the male equivalent of Ainsley Hayes.
* Creator/AaronSorkin's next show, ''Series/{{Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip}}'', gives us Harriet Hayes, who is a version of this trope, being an evangelical Christian. Goody. She's based on Creator/KristinChenoweth (in particular, her relationship with Sorkin), though Chenoweth self-identifies as a liberal Christian and unambiguously supports gay rights.
* Avery Jessup from ''Series/ThirtyRock'' is a blonde, sexy (she's portrayed by Creator/ElizabethBanks), conservative talk-show host. In other words, a perfect match for Jack Donaghy.
* Jenna's role in the ''TGS'' Fox News parody sketches: "Welcome back to Fox News. I'm Blonde."
* Marcy D'Arcy from ''Series/MarriedWithChildren'' was a hardcore Republican and a feminist (albeit perhaps more the StrawFeminist, particularly in the later seasons when every character on the show had their personalities {{Flanderiz|ation}}ed). The only things that made her a subversion of the trope was that Marcy was a brunette and enjoyed sex (which was later Flanderized into her being a sex maniac).
* Kitty Walker from ''Series/BrothersAndSisters''. Full name Katherine, making it two uses of a MeaningfulName. Also a goodie, but that show doesn't really have heroes and villains.
* Slight variation: Sharon Tyler from ''Series/{{Wonderfalls}}'' perfectly defines this trope, even if she happens be a [[GayConservative lesbian]].
* Dr. Elliot Reid from ''Series/{{Scrubs}}''. Semi-subversion--she is young, attractive, conservative and has what she considers to be loose morals (though they are pretty normal for a TV character), but she is also extremely neurotic about all the premarital sex she has. Of course, she's extremely neurotic about ''everything''. For most of the series, she hides the fact that she is even a Republican (or at least votes that way).
* Jane Halliday from ''Series/LALaw'', a beautiful blonde Fundamentalist Christian.
* ''Series/LawAndOrder'':
** One episode has Veronica Tandy, described by Detective Green as "the most hated bitch in America," as the intended victim of a shooting. Even other Republicans don't like her much, since she seems to be more successful at getting people mad than at actually conveying her ideals. This might be less of an example of the trope and more of an active TakeThat at Ann Coulter.
** ADA Abbie Charmicheal also counts, being a conservative Republican played by model Creator/AngieHarmon (who is a RealLife example of this trope herself, albeit she's a brunette).
** Yet another Coulter {{Expy}} called Judith Barlow. ''L&O'' likes to go to that well.
* [[AnIcePerson Tracy Strauss]] on ''Series/{{Heroes}}''. However, thanks to [[CharacterizationMarchesOn Characterization Marching On]], she's more or less grown out of this. In fact, a later episode showed her trying to get that career back, but after heavy consideration, decided against it.
* Ellen Farber in the ''Series/{{Louie}}'' episode "Come On, God."
* Sarah Harding in the "To Play the King" section of ''Series/{{House of Cards|UK}}'', who's also something of a BastardUnderstudy to Urquhart, and his near-equal in guile: when he decides to [[spoiler:have her killed off]], he laments her "[[GeekyTurnOn lovely intricate mind]]".
* During her time on ''Series/TheDailyShow'', Samantha Bee often played a caricature of the BlondeRepublicanSexKitten.[[note]]"Often" as in "most of the times she appears," i.e. excluding her many maternity leaves.[[/note]]
** When Trevor Noah took over the show, Desi Lydic has sometimes parodied this. Jordan Klepper would also sometimes play a male version parody of this trope.
* Sarah Newlin on ''Series/TrueBlood'' is certainly one. Plus she's a fundamentalist Christian.
* Although she's not as hot as some of the others on this page, almost everything else about Angela from ''Series/{{The Office|US}}'' basically says this trope. A blonde, right-wing fundamentalist Christian who has affairs with two guys at the same time? Sounds like this. She even likes cats!
* Quinn from ''Series/{{Glee}}'' was originally depicted as one, on top of being TheCheerleader, the AlphaBitch and TheTease. Then all three end up subverted through a redemption arc.
* ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'':
** One sketch parodied Fox News, where one of the guests was an attractive blonde lady called [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin "Attractive Blonde Lady"]] (played by Creator/AbbyElliott) who served no purpose other than sitting there, looking pretty, and saying "God, it's like [X Presidential Administration] all over again!"
** The 40th Anniversary special had Creator/JaneCurtin reminiscing on her [[KentBrockmanNews Weekend Update]] tenure:
-->I used to be the only pretty blonde woman reading the fake news. [[TakeThat Now there's]] [[Creator/FoxNewsChannel an entire network]] [[TakeThat to that]].
* The rather {{anvilicious}} ''Series/MastersOfHorror'' episode "Homecoming" had Jayne Cleaver, an obvious {{expy}} of Ann Coulter. Fallen soldiers return from the dead as zombies ''to vote'' in protest of unjust wars.
* Kirsten Cohen from ''Series/TheOC'' is an attractive blonde mom, and at one point in the series it's mentioned that she's a political conservative.
* Brought up in the Republican episode of ''Series/PartyDown'' where Roman is asking another man if it's true that Republican women are "maniacs under the sheets". The guy's girlfriend is blonde, coincidentally enough.
* [[Characters/TheThickOfIt Emma Messinger]] of ''Series/TheThickOfIt'', except replace "Republican" with "Tory" (well, [[NoPartyGiven probably Tory]]): She's posh, she's blonde, she's ambitious and she's a conservative. Doesn't keep her from sleeping with (probable) Labour man Olly Reeder.
* Summer from ''Series/MakeItOrBreakIt''.
* ''Series/{{MASH}}'''s Margaret Houlihan is extremely conservative and uptight when it comes to sex... on the outside. In reality, she's quite promiscuous, and imagines she's fooling people with the outraged reactions to insinuations that she's sleeping with a married man. All of these traits were eventually toned down as part of her CharacterDevelopment over the show's long run.
* ''Series/TwentyFour'':
** The show implies Audrey Raines to be this, as she is the blond daughter of Secretary of Defense James Heller, who happens to serve for the Republican Keeler/Logan administrations.
** Season 6's Nadia Yassir also identifies herself as Republican.
* In Season 4 of ''Series/ArrestedDevelopment'', [[spoiler: Lindsay Bluth-Fünke]] becomes this at the end of her story arc. [[spoiler: She ends up abandoning her left-wing ideas to run for congress in Herbert Love's absence.]]
* Lauren in ''Series/FakingIt''. Her step-mother, Farrah is an older version which is probably large part of why she gets along with Lauren better bthan she does her own daughter.
* This is the archetype played into by the sexy youngish extreme-right politician Benedikte Nedergaard in the final season of ''Series/{{Borgen}}'', although despite being a Nordic racial nationalist she's dark-haired. She's also rather cleverer than average, as by the end of the series she's implied to be about to become the leader of her party.
* Another Scandinavian example is Lise, the simpering conservative hate-vlogger in the third season of ''Series/BronBroen''.
* On ''Series/NewGirl'', Schmidt pretends to be one of Mitt Romney's sons ("Tugg" Romney) in order to get with one of these.
* ''Series/SeventeenMomentsOfSpring'' has a Blonde Nazi Sex Kitten, in the person of Barbara. Barbara is blonde-haired and very attractive and a hardcore true believer in the Nazi cause. She is not at all thrilled to have Kat the Soviet agent stashed in her home, even if Kat has (supposedly) agreed to turn her coat and work for the Germans. She also casts bedroom eyes at Stirlitz while holding her mild-mannered partner Helmut in contempt.
* ''Series/TheHandmaidsTale'': Serena Joy Waterford. She is ultra conservative, her book [[FemaleMisogynist "A Woman's Place"]] helped inspire a violent conservative revolution which ended women's rights and forced any woman still fertile into [[BabyFactory reproductive slavery]]. She is also beautiful (she is played by Creator/YvonneStrahovski) and implied to have had a media career before the series began. However, she also counts as a [[DeconstructedCharacterArchetype deconstruction of this character type]] - the new society she helped create has [[HoistByHisOwnPetard also stripped her of her rights]] and she's going crazy for lack of anything to do, as she's not allowed to read or write anymore, there's nothing to occupy her time besides desperately hoping and preparing for a baby that may never come, and on top of that, her once happy marriage with her husband (an egalitarian relationship based on a sincere, mutual practice of their faith) has devolved into a SexlessMarriage, all thanks to [[BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor their participation in Gilead's rise]].
* Julie Musante is a high-ranking official in the Earth Alliance [[ShoutOut Ministry of Peace]], assigned as the political officer of ''Series/Babylon5'' in the Season 3 episode "Voices of Authority". A blond bombshell who isn't above using sex to influence the military governor of the station to toe the line, only the lack of explicitly named political parties keeps her from putting a check mark in every box in the most horrifying ways.

[[folder:Professional Wrestling]]
* "Image Consultant" Wrestling/JillianHall, became one while working for Wrestling/{{J|ohnBradshawLayfield}}BL's Cabinet, a stable lead by a Texas blowhard turned New York stock broker who blamed the poor for the bank bailout.[[/folder]]

* [[GayConservative Joe Pitt]] from ''Theatre/AngelsInAmerica'' is a rare ''male'' example of the trope. A conservative Mormon who works for the (in)famous Republican lawyer Roy Cohn, Joe is nevertheless handsome, well-groomed, and [[ArmouredClosetGay deeply, deeply closeted]].

[[folder:Web Comics]]
* Heather Mills (not to be confused with Music/PaulMcCartney's ex-wife) from ''Webcomic/WapsiSquare'' takes this to another level as a Blonde Republican ''Lesbian'' Sex Kitten.
* Chris Muir's ''[[http://www.daybydaycartoon.com Day by Day]]'' has a ''Redheaded'' Republican Sex Kitten in Sam Owens.
* Fisk's mother from FurryComic ''Webcomic/BetterDays'' is literally a [[http://www.jaynaylor.com/betterdays/archives/chapter-4-the-bedbutter-chronicles/ sex kitten who is blonde and Republican.]] The kitten shows up on the third page.
* ''Webcomic/{{Horndog}}'' has one in [[http://horndog.smackjeeves.com/comics/1392732/idiot-rally/ this strip.]] It's also literal.

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad''ís Francine Smith, by association with her extreme StrawmanPolitical Republican husband. (Occasionally, however, she does stand up to her husband and--if only temporarily--sways him to a feminist point of view.) After the show gave her more focus, this trope became increasingly subverted until she flat-out admitted that she doesn't vote because politics confuse her. She only goes to the polling booths to keep up public appearances.
* The Ann Coulter character on ''WesternAnimation/TheBoondocks'' plays this up for book sales, but is actually liberal personally. The way she sees it, it's either this or stripping. Also, [[WhereDaWhiteWomenAt Ann likes the dark meat]].
* The ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' episode "You May Now Kiss The...Uh...Guy Who Receives" had Chris attracted to a BRSK who wants him to join the Young Republicans to help ban gay marriage (which was set up [[BreadAndCircuses to distract]] from the fact that Mayor West spent the town's tax money on a gold statue of Dig 'Em the Sugar Smacks Frog). Sadly, the plot of Chris choosing between supporting Brian's belief in gay marriage and being a Young Republican so he can score some boob was [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse never resolved]].
* Luanne from ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' is shown to be this on multiple occasions. While she seems to be a devout Christian, shown praying multiple times and having a Christian puppet show, it is also implied that she is sexually promiscuous--in one episode she makes out with a man she has just met at a bar, and her and Lucky's first date is [[AutoErotica in his truck in the Hills' driveway]]. On the other hand, Luanne did once campaign for a Communist candidate.
%%* Charlotte Pickles from ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}''.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'':
** The recurring character Lindsey Naegle ([[CorruptCorporateExecutive the network/business executive who keeps changing jobs]] because she's a sexual predator). She epitomizes everything that is wrong with the androgynous, padded-jacket mid-nineties business woman. Of course, she was also shown as part of the Springfield Democratic party on "E Pluribus Wiggum," so she may be a swing voter or the ''Simpsons'' writers screwed up--[[SeriesContinuityError again]]. Or she may have lost her party the same way she did her job.
** Flanders made fun of this trope when he described his homebrewed coffee as "hotter than a Fox News weather skank."