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* ''Dragonball Super'''s Universe Survival Arc plays with this trope. Master Roshi has suppressed his sexual desires in his training for the tournament of power. When a female warrior employs her sexual wiles to gain the upper hand against Roshi she gets a more extreme response then she anticipated. [[spoiler:She brings her entire universe closer to erasure by jumping off the fighting stage while screaming "He will make me undesirable as a wife!"]]

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* ''Dragonball Super'''s ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'''s Universe Survival Arc plays with this trope. Master Roshi has suppressed his sexual desires in his training for the tournament of power. When a female warrior employs her sexual wiles to gain the upper hand against Roshi she gets a more extreme response then she anticipated. [[spoiler:She brings her entire universe closer to erasure by jumping off the fighting stage while screaming "He will make me undesirable as a wife!"]]


* [[SugarAndIcePersonality Mizore Shirayuki]] from ''Manga/RosarioToVampire'' reacts this way to [[AmbiguouslyGay Miyabi]], [[spoiler:even though he only went as far as stealing a kiss and handling her a bit forcefully]]. Still, that alone would have been a very traumatic experience, especially since she was so emotionally fragile to begin with. She proceeds to [[DrivenToSuicide jump out of a window]], only for [[TheHeart Kurumu]] to save her in a combined SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome and SugarWiki/{{Heartwarming|Moments}}.

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* [[SugarAndIcePersonality Mizore Shirayuki]] from ''Manga/RosarioToVampire'' reacts this way to [[AmbiguouslyGay Miyabi]], [[spoiler:even though he only went as far as stealing a kiss and handling her a bit forcefully]]. Still, that alone would have been a very traumatic experience, especially since she was so emotionally fragile to begin with. She proceeds to [[DrivenToSuicide jump out of a window]], only for [[TheHeart Kurumu]] to save her in a combined SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome and SugarWiki/{{Heartwarming|Moments}}.her.


* Used a few times for comedic value in ''Manga/YourLieInApril''. Once Kaori exclaims she can never get married when her parents show off nude baby pictures of her to Kousei. Later she says a similar thing when her friends walk in on a nurse washing her in the hospital. [[spoiler:These incidents become HarsherInHindsight once we learn Kaori had been SecretlyDying and was well aware of the fact. She could never get married in the first place.]]

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* Used a few times for comedic value in ''Manga/YourLieInApril''. Once
** Kaori first says this after Kousei accidentally sees up her skirt when they first meet.
** When Kousei, Tsubaki, and Watari walk in on a nurse washing Kaori in the hospital she says it again after becoming embarrassed.
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Kaori exclaims she can never get married when her parents show off nude baby pictures of her to Kousei. Later she says a similar thing when her friends walk in on a nurse washing her in the hospital. [[spoiler:These Kousei.
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incidents become HarsherInHindsight once we learn Kaori [[spoiler:Kaori had been SecretlyDying and was well aware of the fact. She could never get married in the first place.]]

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* ''Series/GentlemanJack'': Ann Walker is utterly horrified when her rapist's wife dies, because she knows he'll want to marry her -- and since he already had "relations" with her outside of wedlock, she feels she can't refuse. Fortunately, she eventually opens up to her lover Anne Lister about what's going on, and Miss Lister tells her that the idea that a woman is sullied after being raped is utter nonsense. Miss Walker breaks down in her arms, but resolves not to marry him, and Miss Lister decides then and there that someone needs to "do something" about him.


** The 1940 anti-Semitic propaganda film ''[[Film/JewSuss1940 Jew Suss]]'' (also starring aforementioned Kristina Söderbaum) is an especially notorious example of this trend.
** Söderbaum's first role of this type was In the 1938 film ''Jugend'' ("Youth), also directed by her husband, where she plays a love-torn village girl who drowns herself after being [[SlutShaming slut shamed]] by an [[DirtyOldMon evil priest]].
** Kristina Söderbaum and her husband later made ''Die Goldene Stadt'' in 1943. Söderbaum once again played a naïve village girl who drowns herself after leaving her hometown for Prague, where she gets seduced and impregnated by her Czech cousin.

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** The 1940 anti-Semitic propaganda film ''[[Film/JewSuss1940 Jew Suss]]'' (also starring aforementioned Kristina Söderbaum) Söderbaum and directed by her husband [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Veit_Harlan Veit Harlan]]) is an especially notorious example of this trend.
** Söderbaum's first role of this type was In the 1938 film ''Jugend'' ("Youth), ("Youth"), also directed by her husband, where she plays a love-torn village girl who drowns herself after being [[SlutShaming slut shamed]] by an [[DirtyOldMon [[DirtyOldMonk evil priest]].
** Kristina Söderbaum and her husband Veit Harlan later made ''Die Goldene Stadt'' ("The Golden City") in 1943. Söderbaum once again played a naïve village girl who drowns herself after leaving her hometown for Prague, where she gets seduced and impregnated by her Czech cousin.


*** Ultimately, the film turns out to be a [[SubvertedTrope subversion]], because the heroine is not treated as a fallen and tainted woman and both her and lover are portrayed in a sympathetic light.

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*** Ultimately, the film turns out to be a [[SubvertedTrope subversion]], because the heroine is not treated as a fallen and tainted woman and both her and her lover are portrayed in a sympathetic light.


*** Ultimately, the film turns out to be a [[SubvertedTrope a subversion]], because the heroine is not treated as a fallen and tainted woman and both her and lover are portrayed in a sympathetic light.

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*** Ultimately, the film turns out to be a [[SubvertedTrope a subversion]], because the heroine is not treated as a fallen and tainted woman and both her and lover are portrayed in a sympathetic light.


*** Ultimately, the film turns out to be a [[SubvertedTrope]], because the heroine is not treated as a fallen and tainted woman and both her and lover are portrayed in a sympathetic light.

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*** Ultimately, the film turns out to be a [[SubvertedTrope]], [[SubvertedTrope a subversion]], because the heroine is not treated as a fallen and tainted woman and both her and lover are portrayed in a sympathetic light.

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*** Ultimately, the film turns out to be a [[SubvertedTrope]], because the heroine is not treated as a fallen and tainted woman and both her and lover are portrayed in a sympathetic light.


** Another 1943 German film ''Romanze in Moll'' ("Romance in a Minor Key") portrays a young Frenchwoman (this time played by [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marianne_Hoppe Marianne Hoppe]], another popular German actress of the period), who commits suicide by an overdose of sleeping pills after cheating on her husband with a lascivious music composer (played by [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ferdinand_Marian Ferdinand Marian]], who also portrayed the Jewish villain in ''[[Film/JewSuss1940 Jew Suss]]''.)

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** Another 1943 German film ''Romanze in Moll'' ("Romance in a Minor Key") portrays a young Frenchwoman (this time played by [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marianne_Hoppe Marianne Hoppe]], another popular German actress of the period), who commits suicide by an overdose of sleeping pills medication after cheating on her husband with a lascivious music composer (played by [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ferdinand_Marian Ferdinand Marian]], who also portrayed the Jewish villain in ''[[Film/JewSuss1940 Jew Suss]]''.)


** Another 1943 German film ''Romanze in Moll'' (Romance in a Minor Key'' portrays a young Frenchwoman (this time played by [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marianne_Hoppe Marianne Hoppe]], another German popular actress of the period]], who commits suicide by an overdose of sleeping pills after cheating on her husband with a lascivious music composer (played by [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ferdinand_Marian Ferdinand Marian]], who also portrayed the Jewish villain in ''[[Film/JewSuss1940 Jew Suss]]''.)

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** Another 1943 German film ''Romanze in Moll'' (Romance ("Romance in a Minor Key'' Key") portrays a young Frenchwoman (this time played by [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marianne_Hoppe Marianne Hoppe]], another German popular German actress of the period]], period), who commits suicide by an overdose of sleeping pills after cheating on her husband with a lascivious music composer (played by [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ferdinand_Marian Ferdinand Marian]], who also portrayed the Jewish villain in ''[[Film/JewSuss1940 Jew Suss]]''.)


* Söderbaum's first role of this type was In the 1938 film ''Jugend'' ("Youth), also directed by her husband, where she plays a love-torn village girl who drowns herself after being [[SlutShaming slut shamed]] by an [[DirtyOldMon evil priest]].
* Kristina Söderbaum and her husband later made ''Die Goldene Stadt'' in 1943. Söderbaum once again played a naïve village girl who drowns herself after leaving her hometown for Prague, where she gets seduced and impregnated by her Czech cousin.
* Another 1943 German film ''Romanze in Moll'' (Romance in a Minor Key'' portrays a young Frenchwoman (this time portrayed by [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marianne_Hoppe Marianne Hoppe]], another German popular actress of the period]], who commits suicide by an overdose of sleeping pills after cheating on her husband with a lascivious music composer (played by [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ferdinand_Marian Ferdinand Marian]], who also portrayed the Jewish villain in ''[[Film/JewSuss1940 Jew Suss]]''.)

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* ** Söderbaum's first role of this type was In the 1938 film ''Jugend'' ("Youth), also directed by her husband, where she plays a love-torn village girl who drowns herself after being [[SlutShaming slut shamed]] by an [[DirtyOldMon evil priest]].
* ** Kristina Söderbaum and her husband later made ''Die Goldene Stadt'' in 1943. Söderbaum once again played a naïve village girl who drowns herself after leaving her hometown for Prague, where she gets seduced and impregnated by her Czech cousin.
* ** Another 1943 German film ''Romanze in Moll'' (Romance in a Minor Key'' portrays a young Frenchwoman (this time portrayed played by [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marianne_Hoppe Marianne Hoppe]], another German popular actress of the period]], who commits suicide by an overdose of sleeping pills after cheating on her husband with a lascivious music composer (played by [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ferdinand_Marian Ferdinand Marian]], who also portrayed the Jewish villain in ''[[Film/JewSuss1940 Jew Suss]]''.)

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* Söderbaum's first role of this type was In the 1938 film ''Jugend'' ("Youth), also directed by her husband, where she plays a love-torn village girl who drowns herself after being [[SlutShaming slut shamed]] by an [[DirtyOldMon evil priest]].
* Kristina Söderbaum and her husband later made ''Die Goldene Stadt'' in 1943. Söderbaum once again played a naïve village girl who drowns herself after leaving her hometown for Prague, where she gets seduced and impregnated by her Czech cousin.
* Another 1943 German film ''Romanze in Moll'' (Romance in a Minor Key'' portrays a young Frenchwoman (this time portrayed by [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marianne_Hoppe Marianne Hoppe]], another German popular actress of the period]], who commits suicide by an overdose of sleeping pills after cheating on her husband with a lascivious music composer (played by [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ferdinand_Marian Ferdinand Marian]], who also portrayed the Jewish villain in ''[[Film/JewSuss1940 Jew Suss]]''.)


->''"The fallen man again can soar, but woman falls to rise no more."'' %%CaptainObvious to most readers, but not all.

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->''"The fallen man again can soar, but woman falls to rise no more."'' %%CaptainObvious %%Captain Obvious to most readers, but not all.

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* Subverted in ''Literature/PatienceAndSarah''. After [[spoiler:an AttemptedRape]], Sarah feels disgusted and embarrassed. It takes Patience's gentle words to help her out of her self-loathing.

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