What's Happening

Troperville

Tools

collapse/expand topics back to Main/StayInTheKitchen

henry42
topic
03:38:18 PM Nov 5th 2013
edited by 75.69.244.66
It seems to me that these to examples from the Real Life section are redundant, and I think they ought to be merged:
  • Nazi Germany was well known for this. In fact, the famous German phrase "Kinder, Küche, Kirche" (translated as "children, kitchen, church") is often attributed to the Nazi Party.
  • East Germany was a thoroughly repressive, Orwellian police state run by Communist overlords. Yet it also had ample opportunities for career-minded women and a robust platform of social services to help them, utterly trouncing the conservative West Germany of the 1950s. It's almost like the Communists were deliberately trying to spite the former, ultraconservative regime. Post-unificaton, many people pointed out the new, "liberal" attitudes were a step backwards for the east, particularly obvious when the pre-war 'Kinder, Kirche, Küche'note  slogan reappeared to discourage women from continuing to work.
MsCC93
topic
02:45:09 PM Feb 27th 2013
edited by 216.99.32.45
9
henry42
03:37:38 PM Nov 5th 2013
edited by 75.69.244.66
[please delete]
taltamir
topic
01:09:59 PM Dec 7th 2010
edited by taltamir
I find it hard to believe that the trope namer of "stay in the kitchen" is an obscure Japanese pornographic video game. Anyone has any evidence for or against such a claim?
Eagal
12:15:40 AM Feb 20th 2013
Just because it probably wasn't the first usage doesn't mean it wasn't the example that the trope draws its name from.
back to Main/StayInTheKitchen

TV Tropes by TV Tropes Foundation, LLC is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available from thestaff@tvtropes.org.
Privacy Policy