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Played with in Blue Denim: After a teenage couple, Janet and Arthur, find themselves expecting a baby, they seek help to pay for an abortion, and find a doctor willing to perform the procedure; however, because it takes place in the 's, there is some worry over the safety of the procedure itself and in the end Arthur, worried that Janet will die, breaks down confessing to his parents, and they go to rescue her just in the nick of time.

They go home, and the parents of both teenagers have a discussion before agreeing, with Janet's consent, to send her to live with her aunt. The characters constantly skate around the word "abortion", but the euphemisms, and the characters' worry about the procedure, makes it pretty clear to the audience as to what it is they're planning to do. In the play Janet has the abortion after all, and lives through the procedure.

In the Lifetime Movie of the Week The Devil's Child, a woman pregnant with The Antichrist tries to get an abortion, but a mysterious explosion kills everyone in the hospital. In Garage Days , Kate gets pregnant by Joe, decides to have an abortion, and then changes her mind. However, it's not clear how set she was on the abortion to begin with the characters were in a bad patch.

The film version of I Don't Know How She Does It has an assistant-who's single, working all hours at her job, and has sworn not to have kids-considering an abortion when she gets pregnant from a one-night stand. Kate simply plants her hands on her shoulders and tells her, "You are going to have this baby. Him being a Catholic priest in very Catholic Mexico, he of course wants her to leave town to protect his reputation.

Instead she tries to reunite with her ex-boyfriend Ruben so she can pass the baby off as his. When Ruben rejects her advances, Father Amaro arranges for Amelia to have a back-alley abortion. The abortion, of course, goes wrong and Amelia dies. Ruben coincidentally leaves town at the same time and so is subsequently blamed for what happened to Amelia while Amaro gets to keep his good reputation. Amelia is portrayed as an innocent victim of Amaro's selfishness rather than a hussy who got what she deserved.

Played straight in Blue Valentine ; Cindy goes to a clinic to get an abortion but backs out at the last possible second. Tracy, the wife of one of the main characters, contacts her husband's partner to discuss her pregnancy. She isn't sure she wants to have a child given the environment of the city where they live. Somerset tell her about a previous relationship in which he pressured his partner into having an abortion and later regretted it.

He does not actively try to dissuade her, though. Becomes a moot point when she is killed before deciding what to do about the pregnancy.

Linda receives an abortion after getting pregnant from her boss, a seedy strip club owner. Linda is emotionally damaged and living a dangerous lifestyle, and her abortion plays into that. Obvious Child is a very deliberate aversion. The filmmakers were annoyed with this trope, and intentionally made a film about a sympathetic protagonist who wants an abortion.

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? It is implied that sweet, fragile Honey secretly aborts all her pregnancies because she doesn't want to have children.

Averted in The Big Chill: Meg is telling her old friend Sarah that she's fine giving up on the search for Mr. Right, but frustrated because she's always wanted a child. When Sarah gives her a meaningful look, she quickly adds "But it was the right thing to do at the time.

In the end, Sarah asks her husband to sleep with Meg and father her child. Since this was before IVF became widely available, this makes sense in context. Inverted according to the law of the society in the film, which mandates abortion since reproduction is banned.

The central plot comes up when the female protagonist Carole fails to have one and secretly gives birth to a child, making her go on the run with her husband Russ. Mary apologizes to Rob after telling him she may be pregnant by her rapist, not him, saying she couldn't bring herself to kill it.

He tells her it's the rapist who needs killing. In the first, the woman gets one in the s from a back-alley doctor and it goes badly wrong, with her fate left uncertain. The second, set shortly after Roe vs. Wade in the s, ends with a house wife in her forties who already has children unexpectedly getting pregnant, considering abortion but ultimately not having one. The third, set in the then-current era of the s, has a college student have an abortion in spite of her friend counseling against it, running a gauntlet of pro-life activists at the clinic and having the doctor shot during the middle of the operation when a man sneaks in.

Despite the case where abortion was chosen against, neither of the women that had abortions is portrayed as bad-the film is quite clearly on the pro-choice side of the issue. The killer in the film Criminal Law believes this to an extreme degree, murdering women who had abortions and eventually his own mother, who performs them he discovered the rest looking in her records.

Sarah, who contemplates having an abortion due to being both a single mother and over the possibility that the baby would have Down Syndrome given that she's forty. Ivan persuades her to keep it, falsely citing his own son who he says was supposed to be born disabled but isn't he actually is. She goes on to have a son with Down Syndrome, but by then she doesn't seem to care. Strangely enough considering that he's a serial killer, Mr.

Brooks objects when his pregnant daughter says she may have an abortion, although he backs down she fires back that it's her decision, softening it to how a grandchild would be a great gift to her mother and him. We don't learn what she decided before the film ends. In Johnny Belinda , Belinda is a deaf-mute and somewhat slow. After she is raped, she becomes pregnant and is pretty happy about having the baby, although it's not entirely clear if she even makes the connection between the incident and her pregnancy.

In Look Who's Talking , Molly gets pregnant as a result of her relationship with a married man. When she tells him about the baby, she makes it abundantly clear that despite the unfavorable circumstances, "This baby is you and me and I'm not having an abortion.

Justified in A Place in the Sun The Hays Code prevented the mention of it and it wasn't even legal then, there is also the fact that the vulnerable and very human Alice is apprehensive about obtaining an abortion and if she did, the film would end or spin into another plot. Their parents suggest abortion and adoption respectively, and Darcy even plans for an abortion, but she ultimately decides against it.

When Karen tells husband Gil that she's pregnant with the couple's fourth child, she asks him point blank if he wants her to do this, given his less-than-thrilled reaction and the chaos their life is currently in—oldest son in therapy, Gil just quit his job, Karen wants to start working again, etc. They argue about it and Gil storms out without them having come to a decision, but several days later, he has accepted the pregnancy and they've decided to make it work.

This is the message of Where Are My Children? It revolves around a prosecutor who, after securing a conviction against a doctor for performing a botched abortion, discovers his wife was one of the man's clients, along with several of her friends.

All of them got abortions because having children interferes with their social life. When he confronts his wife, she is remorseful, and they are then shown as a sad, lonely childless couple. On the other hand, it favors contraception, then also illegal and very controversial.

Abortions at the time were very dangerous given the illegal conditions which existed, although the film portrays them as inherently psychologically damaging too which is not the case, however no one likely knew this at the time.

The danger is shown with another woman that Another character who gets an abortion dies from going to a Back-Alley Doctor. It was banned in Pennsylvania for being "indecent". A pretty disturbing example comes from the Christian pro-life movie Loving The Bad Man when our protagonist is impregnated from a brutal rape.

Because of religious beliefs, she rejects the idea of terminating the pregnancy despite her family's insistence, but in fact meets up with her rapist who's in prison, makes friends with him and wants him to be involved in their child's life. The authorities give Maria an abortion without her consent because William had got her pregnant, and wipe her memory afterward. It's because she's a clone of his mother, which violates the "Code 46" of the title.

Alex decides not to abort ex-lover Dan's baby, though not on any particular moral grounds, just that pregnancy was highly unlikely for her in the first place she wasn't even using birth control, having assumed she was infertile , and that time is running out for her to have children.

In Love with the Proper Stranger , Rocky helps Angie by scheduling and paying for an appointment with a Back-Alley Doctor , but when they both see the conditions of the "office", they flee in horror. Abortions weren't as stigmatized in the Soviet Union as they are in some quarters of the United States, and Zolya's mother urges her to get one so as not to be burdened by single motherhood.

But after making the appointment and going to the hospital and even laying down on a bed to await her turn, Zolya changes her mind and hurriedly leaves. In Love, Rosie , the titular character gets accidentally pregnant, but doesn't have an abortion, explained as a vestige of her Catholic upbringing, even though she's not a believer herself. Sound of the Mountain: Played straight in the case of Kinuko, Shuichi's mistress, a war widow who insists on keeping Shuichi's baby because otherwise she might never have one.

But averted in the case of Shuichi's wife Kikuko, who sees what an ass her husband is and how unhappy Fumiko is, and aborts her pregnancy. When Milja becomes pregnant, she attempts to induce abortion with a copper rod , but it fails. She isn't portrayed as bad for this and did it at her mother's advice , especially given the crapsack world they find themselves in.

However, later she's accepted her situation. The movie ends with her discussing what to name the baby. In the remake it turns out what Jamie did is abandon his pregnant girlfriend rather than going with her to get an abortion. When he later goes to ask her for forgiveness, it turns out she didn't go through with having an abortion possibly because of him abandoning her and they have a son that Jamie never knew about. Subverted in Coach Carter , where Kyra is initially planning to keep her baby despite being a teenager.

It's later revealed that she got an abortion. Neither the movie nor her boyfriend demonise her for this. The Irish film Dive deals with a champion swimmer getting pregnant while she's still in school. Heightening the tension is the fact that abortion is illegal in Ireland - meaning if she wanted one, she'd have to travel to the UK for the procedure.

After berating at her for not using protection, he asks if it's too late to get an abortion. She says her parents are against it and runs out. At the end, the owner tries to reconcile with his wife, who demanded separation earlier in the movie, only for her to reveal that the real reason she wants to leave him is because he made her get an abortion early in their dance careers.

Being young and foolish, she agreed and now regrets it. There are six countries in the world where abortion is illegal without any exceptions: Since the biggest rule of Robots is that a Robot cannot harm a human, this means that the novel considers fetuses and embryos to be human beings. Later in The Robots of Dawn , the physically deformed Doctor Fastolfe states that he would have been aborted had his physical imperfections been detected before his birth.

Elijah Baley replies by stating that if Fastolfe had been aborted then humanity would have lost one of its best minds. Still, after the death of some family members, grieving Kij Porter went to a brothel and "didn't catch anything other than a baby". She keeps the baby. Subverted in that Kij Porter is not really a good girl, and the child's father is not who she claims; the truth is much grimmer.

While her mother discusses all sorts of options with her — having the baby and raising it, giving it up for adoption or even abortion — Pamela is too distraught over the news and can't decide on anything except that she doesn't want to be pregnant or even want to have to make a decision. She has a miscarriage a week later. Theodore Dreiser's An American Tragedy explores the hypocrisy of this concept. Clyde Griffiths and Roberta Alden initially decide to abort her child but find it difficult to seek a sympathetic doctor, mostly because of religious notions.

Roberta, already wracked with guilt, decides to keep her baby, an action which drives Clyde to plot her murder. After her death, she's portrayed in the media as an angel and a good woman, whereas if she had gone through with the abortion she would be judged more harshly.

The Phantom's Phantom , a modern novel retroactively set in The '50s , has a Back-Alley Doctor referring his poor patients to a prostitution ring in lieu of cash payment.

And between the illegal abortion and the prostitution, blackmail opportunities abounded. Katie Nolan gets pregnant three months after the birth of her first child in A Tree Grows in Brooklyn but declines the abortifacient the midwife offers her. Bizarrely averted in one of Karen Traviss ' Wess'har books, where the protagonist's God Mode is so strong that she can't have a normal abortion, so she has to cut the fetus out and blow it up with a grenade.

She ends up as a perfectly fine atmospheric chemist later, even if she can't have children and is happier for it. Note that Margulis is the biologist who made symbiogenesis a mainstream evolutionary theory, and therefore doesn't fail biology forever. Even when she's vomiting blood and the baby breaks her spine. Also keep in mind that Meyer is Mormon.

What's somewhat ironic is that a pregnancy that threatens the life of the mother is one of the few situations where Mormonism condones abortion the other two being incest and rape, though the latter can be fuzzy depending on where you are and who you ask. The logic is usually that a. Similarly, in The Whitby Child , Nelda, one of a race of magical Fisher Folk, refuses a magical herb that will end her pregnancy, and the character who offers it to her is presented as evil for even suggesting it.

This is even though 1 Nelda's people are under a curse that causes all laboring women and almost all their babies to die slow and agonizing deaths and 2 we're told that at in human terms Nelda's approximately eight years old. Good girls are willing to die to avoid abortion even if they're minors and there's no realistic prospect the baby will even survive. She is impregnated by The Dragon in an attempt to create a powerful and long-lived bloodline, and in a Heroic Sacrifice she uses a brand of magic to both abort the pregnancy and sterilize herself to prevent this plan from ever being carried through.

Two examples in Sword of Truth: When Du Chaillu says she's going to abort her pregnancy which was due to rape Richard asks her not to, saying a child is not to blame for what it's father did he was conceived this way himself. Du Chaillu concedes, and because they're married according to her people's custom, later considers the child to be also "his.

She eventually decides against it Averted in Stephen Chbosky's The Perks of Being a Wallflower , when main character Charlie escorts his sister to the abortion clinic after discovering she is knocked up by her abusive jerkass boyfriend. While never stated directly, Ernest Hemingway 's short story "Hills Like White Elephants" is about a couple discussing whether or not the woman should have an abortion: Nearly the entire story is dialogue without mentions of tone, gestures or thoughts, leaving the possibility for a lot of Alternative Character Interpretation whether or not she's being angry or sarcastic at the end, for example.

Averted in Adrian Mole: The Cappuccino Years with Rosie, Adrian's teenage sister. While she's not exactly a "good girl", she's portrayed as being rather naive in some ways and thinks she wants to keep the baby.

Adrian, in a rare moment of maturity, persuades her to spend a week taking care of a baby doll of the sort used to demonstrate the realities of baby-care to teenagers in school. After caring after a fashion; at one point she chucks it out the window for the doll for a week, Rosie opts to have an abortion. It's portrayed as being a good choice for her. It's also averted by Pandora although she's about as much of a "good girl" as Rosie is , whose dad points out that she "had a termination in her lunch break once".

In The Pale King , a teenaged Lane Dean secretly hopes that his Christian girlfriend will break up with him, but still keep their unborn child. It's eventually revealed that they're still together and raising the child. Inverted in Lois McMaster Bujold 's Barrayar , when an assassination attempt nearly kills Cordelia Vorkosigan, and does severe, permanent damage to her unborn child.

Pretty much everybody thinks she should abort and start over. Cannie Shapiro, of Good in Bed , is faced with this option, after her Sex for Solace with an ex ends with her becoming pregnant. She decides against it, after sensing the baby in her and, for a time, believing that the decision was made for her.

In Games of Thrones: Cersei Lannister reveals to Eddard Stark that when her husband Robert impregnated her, she had the child aborted — not so much because she didn't want children — but she didn't want Robert's children, and was perfectly fine bearing the secret children of her own twin brother who she passes off as Robert's children.

In-story, this is used to show her villainous and petty side. Fans hotly debate the implications of this - but Cersei herself considers her abortion to have been "murdering" Robert's child, and she did it gladly , purely out of spite against him. She considers it a petty triumph against Robert. In the TV series , Cersei does give birth to her child with Robert and it turns out to be a son, but he dies shortly after birth due to a fever.

In fact, the TV version has omitted any mention of abortion in Westeros, with other characters such as Lysa. Lysa Arryn nee Tully is revealed to have had an abortion when she was young. She was impregnated by a man she was not married to and who was below her station Petyr Baelish , which resulted in her father making her drink "moon tea" to abort the child.

Worse, Lysa says that she would've gladly born the child and didn't even know that they were giving her moon tea until it was too late. It's also implied that her later issues with multiple miscarriages once she is married might be a result of this, though it's not certain since this was also said to have happened to Lysa's mother as well.

Asha Greyjoy mentions that she learned how to make her own moon tea from an apothecary, due to being very sexually active with many men, "to keep her stomach flat". From the way it's phrased it is unclear if she had an outright "abortion", as moon tea is both an abortive and contraceptive drug. Youth in Sexual Ecstasy takes a strong pro-life stance. The protagonist of the novel mentions abortion as one of the main reasons for youngsters having sex freely, then after watching The Silent Scream he has a My God, What Have I Done?

Averted in The Red Tent. Ruti has been suffering at the hands of her husband Laban, and she does not want to give him any more children, because she does not believe he deserves the honor of more sons and she knows he will molest a daughter, so she asks Rachel to help her terminate the pregnancy, threatening to kill the child anyway after it's born.

Rachel agrees, and next month when the women enter the menstruation tent , she gives Ruti an unidentified black brew that induces a miscarriage. The women are all supportive of Ruti's choice, on the grounds that they don't much care for Laban or the way he treats her either. Built into the way healing works in Tales of Kolmar. Magical healers can cause a deformed embryo which wouldn't survive long out of the womb if it got that far to abort, same with most pregnancies that the body fights against, but this technique won't work against a healthy embryo.

When Lanen's half-dragon twins are threatening to get her killed they are not themselves sick enough for this to work, and she's furious at the suggestion that it should. Inverted in Brave New World. Linda is a social outcast for having a baby in a world where in-vitro fertilization is universal, motherhood is an archaic obscenity, and Abortion Centres are luxury facilities. In John Barth's The End of the Road , Rennie is determined to get an abortion, but the quack who does it gets her killed.

Discussed in Memoirs of a Geisha when it's revealed that Sayuri's mentor Mameha aborts all of the children she conceived by her client, the Baron.

While most of the characters treat it as normal if a bit embarrassing, Mameha has graves for her aborted children which she visits regularly. In The Sleep Police by Jay Bonansinga this winds up being the motive for the killer, since due to his beliefs he decided that he would target women who got abortions and kill them in ways reminiscent of the procedure, including cutting them apart and laying them in a fetal position with their thumbs in their mouths.

He also decides to target the main character's ex wife after he finds out she's had two abortions and very nearly succeeds at killing her. In Rosemary's Baby , Rosemary breaks down crying at one point, out of confusion and fear over her extremely bizarre pregnancy. Her friends convince her that the constant pain she's been experiencing is not a normal pregnancy symptom and suggest she should see a different doctor about it her current doctor is insisting that it's normal, though we later find out that this is because he's a Satanist in on the plan for Rosemary to give birth to The Antichrist.

Rosemary's first thought is that they're suggesting she abort the baby, and tearfully insists she won't do that. Her friends assure her that they weren't recommending that, and just that she ought to get a second opinion to make sure there isn't a health complication she is unaware of. In , Julie Sims rejects the idea of abortion on the basis of her personal beliefs.

Given that she's from West Virginia, that's not surprising. Good Bad Girl Vicki fears that she may be carrying a Child by Rape and is distraught by the possibility, but is much calmed when someone points out that abortion is an option.

It turns out to be a moot point anyway, as she isn't pregnant, but rather suffering from an eating disorder that has stopped her from menstruating. Both averted and played straight in The Diviners by Margaret Laurence. A minor character who was abused and mistreated throughout her life self-aborts with a coat hanger.

The baby is buried at the dump and a nice boy from town marries her, although she can no longer have children. Morag, the protagonist, later uses the incident in a novel. Morag's character is a Broken Bird stripper type. Played mostly straight in Honor Harrington. It is mentioned that this is a part of the Beowulf Code the foundation for medical ethics across the known universe. When Honor becomes unexpectedly pregnant , she immediately rejects the idea of abortion, but does seriously consider adoption.

Abortion isn't necessary anyway, as they can remove and "tube" fetuses safely i. Played straight in Frostflower and Thorn , where Thorn is hankering for money to procure an abortion until a Type 3 option presents itself a spell to speed up the pregnancy and birth , but also averted because Thorn has in fact had at least one abortion before and her current predicament is refreshingly presented not as some agonizing moral dilemma but rather a practical choice.

The heroine Kiarda, who's pretty clearly a good girl though a moody teenager is impregnated apparently through rape when she was blacked out. She begs her healer friend Bevin to give her an abortion. Bevin tells her she can't do it, because it would be destructive magic that would endanger Bevin's healing powers a White Mage who practices destructive magic will no longer be able to perform White Magic , and pleads with her to keep the baby.

However, Kiarda isn't portrayed as bad for wanting an abortion, and Bevin later reassures Kiarda that she doesn't think ill of her for it. Kiarda eventually suffers a miscarriage anyway, because her Half-Human Hybrid twins are severely deformed and non-viable. Her pregnancy-by-rape was actually pregnancy through mating with a male fox when she was shapeshifted into a female one.

It's a bit complicated to explain. Averted near the end of Arrow's Flight in which Talia allows a midwife to abort a young woman's pregnancy if she wishes it which was due to her stepfather raping her , and she'd found that it was non-viable anyway since the girl was underage. Averted with Jesse, who's had two abortions and is pregnant a third time. Played straighter with thirty-seven year old Rachel, who is pregnant with her second baby in less than two years she already has a much older teenage son.

The narrator and protagonist, Vivienne, was pressured into an abortion by a lover who seemed considerate and sensitive up until she announced she was pregnant. Then, he blamed her for the situation and insisted on paying for her trip to Switzerland abortion was illegal in Great Britain at the time. She doesn't want the procedure but goes through with it because she doesn't want to be a single mother, either.

Invoked and subverted in the 87th Precinct novel Lightning. The plot involves a Serial Rapist who keeps re-attacking the same victims. It turns out he's deliberately targeting pro-life Catholic women in order to get them pregnant and make them reconsider their views on the procedure. In Fifty Shades Freed , Ana discovers that she is pregnant because her birth control wore off earlier than expected.

Subverted in Newes from the Dead: Anne tries to abort but it doesn't work, and when she miscarries it has nothing to do with her abortion attempt, which she gave up on several months earlier. Averted in Guardians of the Flame: She ultimately decides against abortion, and they have a son, though it's made clear it would have been perfectly acceptable. In his internal thoughts, Karl specifically disclaims the idea that a blastocyst is a person. Averted in Headhunters , where Roger Brown managed to bully his wife into having an abortion because he didn't want to have to compete with a baby for his wife's affections.

He's literally been paying for it ever since, as his fears that Diane might leave him have driven him to buy her a house and a gallery that he knows they can't afford. Played straight in the e-novel Steel Beneath the Skin.

After the main character, Anika, and her girlfriend Ella were kidnapped and raped by a group dedicated to the "genetic purity of humanity" because Anika was a Human Popsicle from the 21st Century who was found years in the future and the group didn't know that she was actually a Robot Girl and therefore had no DNA anyway , her girlfriend worried about the possibility of getting pregnant.

When Anika asked why she couldn't get an abortion, she was informed that because society had few sexual taboos left with easy and reliable contraception readily available, abortions were outlawed because all pregnancies were considered voluntary even in the event that someone was kidnapped, given an anti-contraception injection against her will, and repeatedly raped.

As it turned out, Ella wasn't pregnant anyway so it wasn't an issue. She basically ignores her boyfriend's offer to pay for an abortion, and never considers it again even as a worldwide plague decimates most of humanity. By the book's end, after a talk with her mother, she calls the guy and not only informs him that she's pregnant, but that she's decided to keep the baby.

Nan is horrified when her lover responds to the news of her pregnancy not with a marriage proposal, but with money and the name of an abortionist, wailing, "I'm a Catholic, I couldn't kill my baby!

Despite the Irish Catholic setting and the time frame, she is never regarded as a horrible person by herself or anyone else involved. Played straight in the Danielle Steel books that tackle this topic, usually in one of the ways laid out in the page description. Occasionally, either the woman who wants the abortion or the man who wants her to have one is portrayed as a selfish jerk: Averted in the novel Changes , when a teenage girl has one. Despite becoming ill afterwards, she is never portrayed as bad or condemned for her decision.

Later in the book, her mother becomes pregnant and contemplates having one, given the upheaval that the family is currently in, but decides against it. In Heartbeat , a woman's husband wants her to have one having been abused as a child, he doesn't want to have any kids himself. When she refuses, he divorces her. In the novel Daddy , the titular character's wife intended to have an abortion every time she got pregnant—she didn't feel ready for a child the first time, felt overwhelmed at the thought of caring for two infants the second time, and simply did not want to have any more children the third time.

Each time, her husband talked her out of it, and she is never portrayed as anything but a loving mother. When a man discovers that his wife intends to have an abortion, he is shocked, having thought she was just as thrilled about her pregnancy as he was. It turns out that she doesn't want children and that the child in question might not even be his—she's been having an affair with his brother. Her infuriated husband informs her that the child is his—his brother had a vasectomy—and proceeds to basically force her to play this trope straight by offering her money to have the baby and threatening to divorce her without a dime should she even legitimately miscarry.

This is outright abusive behavior that is portrayed as completely okay because she's a horrible person. When a woman decides to have an abortion since she doesn't want children, her boyfriend proceeds to do everything he can think of to prevent this—begging, demanding, threatening to break up with her, offering to take sole custody of the baby, even going to the courts to try and find some legal way to stop her from doing it.

Despite this downright abusive level of control that he attempted to take over her life, she eventually changes her mind and the book concludes with them happily engaged and anticipating the baby's birth. It's mandated under a future dystopian government in When She Woke , where after a sterility plague there is a surge in Christian fundamentalism, gaining enough power to amend the US constitution so abortion is banned.

Women found guilty of abortion are sentenced to genetic alteration so their skin turns bright red over a certain amount of time. Instead of being sent to prison, all are free out in society, but shunned due to the stigma, and sometimes killed other crimes get different colors , in a homage to The Scarlet Letter.

Most live in shelters run by the fundamentalist Christians where they're made to confess and do penance in a creepy fashion. The author herself doesn't agree with this view regarding abortion, and the book reflects that clearly. Anna, the main character, has an abortion at eighteen and at first doesn't think of it as anything bad, but she is left infertile, suffers bouts of depression due to it, and often secretly cries watching kids on a playground. After her clinical death she is judged among other things for the child's murder, and shown that had she kept the baby, her boyfriend whom she thought immature would have married her, and they would have eventually become a happy and loving family.

Anna's foil Tatiana also gets pregnant at a young age, by a married man from another country at that, but, being a priest's daughter, refuses to abort the baby. She atones for the adultery in prayer for the rest of her life, and ends up in Heaven. After she dies of cancer and her son's father in a plane crash, the boy gets Happily Adopted by Anna in the epilogue after they support each other in their losses. The former has proof of the human soul weigh into the debate especially given it happens after abortion's allowed in the US.

In the latter, Roe vs. Wade was overturned by the US Supreme Court. Characters who have had abortions in these novels are sympathetic. The Asylum for Wayward Victorian Girls: Emilie had an abortion before her mental breakdown. The Barsoom Project has a female character who in the backstory had attracted too much male attention at a young age, and ended up getting an abortion. The procedure left her sterile and caused her to gain a large amount of weight as a 'shield' against men.

Her character arc involves forgiving herself for this. In the early 20th century, a young unmarried woman in a prominent Catholic family falls pregnant and 'of course' abortion is not to be thought of! But she's been very stressed lately, so her mother says some very hot baths, large amounts of gin and plenty of castor oil would be good for her. Also jumping vigourously up and down. The young woman remains pregnant, a marriage is hastily arranged with another man, and the child is born with severe birth defects, which are prevented from ruining the family's reputation by faking the child's death and keeping him hidden in the attic until he really does die as an adult.

Also, due purely to coincidence and without anyone in-story knowing it, the child's caregiver for that time is his biological father. It's a screwed-up family. Downplayed rather delicately in Kris Longknife: At least one of the women impregnated as a result of the sabotage of a shipment of contraceptive implants chooses to terminate.

Kris encounters her in sickbay afterwards and the younger woman is clearly torn-up about it; the chief medical officer describes her as having had to make her first serious adult decision since joining the military. Kris, who got pregnant herself by her husband in the same incident also firmly stomps on a male admiral's suggestion that the pregnant women be made to abort.

Averted with Amy once she gets pregnant due to her rape. She decides to have an abortion quickly, waiting only until she's on Earth. Though she finds it unpleasant, she's not shown as regretting her choice or even hesitating much at all.

No complications are referred to, and her family supports her choice. Her daughter's encouragement included explaining why a year-old shouldn't have a baby, and Adrienne Barbeau played the daughter, who was 27 years old, and provided her mother with an 8-year-old grandson. Ironically, the episode aired before Roe v. Wade became law, but abortion had recently been made legal in New York, which was one of only four states to have abortion on request, with no reason required.

Some people interpreted the episode as a subtle PSA regarding this fact. Party of Five has Julia getting pregnant at age 16 and the entire episode is a debate over this trope. Charlie wants Julia to get an abortion since she's too young to be a mother while Claudia wants her to keep it since she considers abortion murder. Surprise , it's solved with a Convenient Miscarriage though Julia was actually planning to get an abortion.

Taken to almost ludicrous levels in Pretty Little Liars. Alison gets pregnant by being forcibly inseminated by one of the series' Big Bads. She first decides on having an abortion referred to in the show as a 'termination' , but then it turns out that the eggs she was inseminated with belonged to her best friend Emily, who had them frozen for herself to use at some future date. Despite Alison being literally impregnated against her will, that the egg's are Emily's causes the entire cast to act as though Emily has a say in whether Alison has the baby.

Eventually Emily tells Alison she wants her to have the baby, and Emily's then-girlfriend Paige breaks up with Emily to let her and Alison be together. Paige also tells Alison she will make a good mother, even though Alison is still undecided in light of this new information. Alison ends up deciding to have the baby, and even though the series gives a fake miscarriage scare carries the baby babies, as it turns out to be twins successfully to term. She's happy raising the children with Emily at the end.

In the first series of The O. It's quite probably not his, but he won't even consider this, despite the fact that it seems like his ex-girlfriend is trying to force him back into a relationship after her boyfriend — the probable actual father of her child — dumped her. But then, in the next season, she said she had Convenient Miscarriage off-screen and drops off the face of the Earth, only for it to revealed later that she faked the miscarriage and has the kid, who wasn't his anyway.

Jordan mentioned having an abortion, and although she probably doesn't fall under the category of "good girl", it's notable that though she's shown to feel quite sad about it when talking to her young child about it, she says it was the most reasonable decision she could have made at the time, as she told the couple JD and Kim asking for advice.

What if the parents are both drug addicts who'd neglect and abuse the child? Oh, in that case it would be OK. How are you people not getting this?! JD and Kim discuss adoption, but JD rejects that since he thinks that if it were a girl, he might one day in the future end up sleeping with her without knowing she's his adult daughter.

They decide to keep the baby and Kim has a miscarriage after she is Put on a Bus. A few months later, after it is revealed that she lied about the miscarriage and that she is still pregnant, Kim gives birth and they raise the child who is a boy , though they are no longer a couple.

A throwaway joke in the fifth season has a priest revealing to JD that he is pro-choice. In Sex and the City , Miranda got pregnant and went for an abortion, but decided to keep the baby at the last minute, though it is mentioned in the same episode that Carrie and Samantha have both had abortions in the past and Carrie, while shown not to regret her decision, says she still doesn't feel "normal" about it even years later. Miranda was actually sitting in the doctor's office before deciding not to go through with it, despite the uncertainty of her relationship with the baby's father, and declaring, "I can't have a baby.

I could barely find the time to schedule this abortion. Aurelia is pregnant via a rapist and abortion doesn't seem to occur to her, even though her husband is disgusted by her carrying another man's baby and she is in a very desperate situation. When Varro apologizes for being a massive douche, he implies that it's up to her whether the baby will be born. After his death, she has it terminated to continue paying off his debt as a slave to Batiatus.

In the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode "The Child", Troi gets pregnant by mysterious means and Worf suggests as a precaution that the pregnancy be terminated. However, Troi shoots that idea down: Claire gets pregnant from her cheating sleazy boyfriend, and ends up having an abortion. Averted in Tenko where almost all of the women agree Dorothy's abortion is necessary and the best choice to make.

In Frontline , hard-nosed bitch reporter Brooke finds out she's pregnant, and wants to keep the baby. However, she's not married and the producers blackmail her with mentions that she's being considered for the star of a new show — but that would be impossible if she was pregnant on-air.

They mention that she could discreetly deal with the problem and call the absence a family emergency. At the end of the episode, she's absent for a day due to "a grandmother's funeral.

When she and Charlie discuss what to do, they both dismiss abortion out of hand because of the very real danger of infection. The decision not to abort was justifiable given the time frame, but the decision to have the character become pregnant was less defensible given that she was very loosely based on a historical individual who never had a child and probably never slept with a man.

She did, however, gain a life-threatening infection from the procedure. This was later infamously retconned decades later into the abortion doctor harvesting Erica's fetus and implanting it in his own wife, resulting in the character of Josh Madden, Erica's son with Jeff Martin. Never mind that that's not even possible now, let alone in the seventies! When Erica conceived after being raped, she hid her pregnancy from her mother. By the time her mother found out, it was too late for an abortion, though this was not due to moral grounds nor Erica's desire to have the baby — she was unable to talk about what happened.

Because a teenaged Erica was too young to raise her baby daughter at the time and wanted her baby to have a happy life and to protect her from the painful truth, Erica and her mother place Erica's baby girl for adoption with a good couple. When Erica's youngest daughter Bianca, conceived after her own rape.

Despite the circumstances, she couldn't bring herself to abort and carried the baby to term, deciding to raise her daughter herself. Despite Dixie Martin's husband and his family several of whom are medical professionals practically trying to browbeat her into having an abortion due to the serious health risks that a pregnancy will bring her, she refuses — and eventually miscarries due to these very same health issues.

In As the World Turns , Liberty doesn't know whether to have an abortion, raise the baby herself, or give it to her mother or another couple to raise. She has a convenient miscarriage. Janet herself refused to get an abortion, raising Liberty by herself as a teenager. On Beverly Hills, , Andrea gets pregnant and despite consciously deciding to have an abortion, citing the fact that she's only 18, has only just started dating the baby's father, and is only a freshman in college, she changes her mind at the last minute and has the baby the Reality Subtext is that Andrea's portrayer was pregnant in Real Life and TPTB decided to write it in.

When Kelly got pregnant several years later, she decided on an abortion, with the support of her boyfriend Brandon, but sure enough, miscarried. The Bold and the Beautiful: When Amber got pregnant either from a one-night stand with boyfriend Rick or one with best friend Raymond , the myriad of unfortunate circumstances—they were all teenagers, neither relationship was very serious—made her decide to have an abortion, only for Rick to actually burst into the exam room and beg her to reconsider.

They married, only for the child to be stillborn. When Brooke got pregnant with her son-in-law's baby, despite her best friend warning her that an abortion was not only a good idea, but probably the best one, given the havoc that would undoubtedly be wreaked by the child's birth, Brooke decided against one, then spent the next nine months whining about how her daughter would hate her once she found out, precisely what her friend had warned her about.

Even worse, this was not the first, nor the last time that Brooke would be in this kind of situation, the last one also being complicated by her advanced age, yet each time, she chose to have the baby.

Subverted with Morgan DeWitt, an ex-girlfriend of Ridge's who came to town still bitter about the abortion she'd had years ago. Flashbacks showed that she had wanted the baby, but had been browbeaten into terminating the pregnancy by Ridge's controlling mother Stephanie, who didn't feel that Morgan was good enough for Ridge, nor that the two were ready to take on the responsibility of parenthood. This is shown to be difficult for her emotionally, but she decides she is too young to have kids.

She is punished harshly for this decision-she is blackmailed into assisting a kidnapper, her relationship with Rex falls apart when he finds out, and she becomes a borderline villain for some time. After cheating on husband AJ, Carly is horrified to find herself pregnant with her lover's child she knows she can't pass it off as her husband's, thanks to their Sexless Marriage and while she makes arrangements for an abortion, she ultimately can't go through with it. Sure enough, she miscarries after falling down some stairs.

Laura Webber feared she might be pregnant following her rape by Luke, but tearfully declared that she wouldn't have an abortion if that were the case. It became a moot debate when she wasn't pregnant after all.

One Life to Live: Of course, towards the end of her pregnancy, she gets into a car accident and the baby is killed. Later on, Marty herself becomes pregnant and insists that she will have the baby despite the risks to her health, even as Patrick begs her to reconsider ironic, given his staunch Catholicism , not wanting to lose her.

Teenager Jessica Buchanan also decides against an abortion, despite seriously considering it and even initially opting to have one because of similarly bad circumstances — her young age, her not being involved with the baby's father.

She also loses the baby at the end of the pregnancy after being hit by a car. Heroine Sarah Gordon conceived after her rape and waffled on whether or not to have an abortion, of course, ultimately miscarrying. On Santa Barbara , Eden got pregnant by her sleazy husband Kirk after he tampered with her birth control pills.

Because Eden was a "good girl", she wanted to continue carrying this baby until it was born. But she miscarried it, and she was sad about it. She said, "The baby would have been the only good thing to come out of my marriage.

I really would have liked to have had it. His angry reaction they had agreed to wait a while before having children made her decide to terminate the pregnancy, only for Nick to barge into the exam room and talk her out of it. On Malcolm in the Middle , the entire family is utterly horrified when Lois becomes pregnant with her fifth child, as their resources are stretched to the snapping point taking care of the kids they already have, but the possibility of abortion is never even brought up.

The family are implied to be Roman Catholic, albeit heavily lapsed, and given how strictly many Catholic adhere to this trope, consciously or not, it may well be Truth in Television. In this case the pregnancy plot was created because the actress playing Lois really was pregnant, so it would've been very difficult to hide the pregnancy in the later months , so it's highly unlikely the creators intended to have any message about abortion present in this subplot. Season two's "Aftermath" has a serial rapist that is attacking girls at a religious school, then switches to an older demographic when one of the religious girls "chooses the sin of suicide over the sin of abortion.

Averted again in the fourth season, we find out that Prentiss had an abortion when she was fifteen. Though this fact is mentioned in the context of revealing why she's screwed up, the abortion is never treated as the reason; it is instead the negative reaction of her priest which damages not her, but her friend. In neither of these cases does the character revealing the abortion or the character hearing about it imply that abortion is an immoral act.

Frequently subverted in House , usually when there are medical implications. In "Babies And Bathwater", the mother died before she could have the abortion that would allow her to receive cancer treatment. In the very next episode , the pregnancy was the underlying cause of the Patient Of The Week's condition. And in "One Day, One Room", House's patient after much persuading adheres to the one exception-that abortion seems to be okay when the pregnancy resulted from rape.

Played straight ish in "Fetal Position", where a woman refuses to terminate a life-threatening pregnancy, forcing House to perform a risky operation on the fetus in a Shout-Out to Real Life Samuel Armas.

He maintains that they took an unacceptable risk to their patient, but starts using the word 'baby' over 'it' from then on. The trope is toyed with in an early episode of Third Watch. Officer Yokas gets pregnant, but given her family's financial difficulties and the stresses of her job, decides she wants an abortion.

Her husband encourages her to keep it. During a foot chase, a thug hits her in the stomach with a pipe, which, she tells her husband, caused a Convenient Miscarriage. She's later shown getting an abortion. The moral issue in this case seemed to be presented not as the abortion itself, but that she lied to her husband in order to avoid having to talk or argue about it. Averted in Cold Case , which deals with abortion several times.

One first season episode centers on an underground abortion service during the s. Both of the highly sympathetic victims worked for the service and two other sympathetic witnesses in the case also had. One third season episode involved a high school couple who decide not to get an abortion after seeing photos given to them by a militantly pro-life and hypocritical nurse. It ruins both their lives anvilicious , but on the other side. One sixth season episode involved a character who had suffered through a botched abortion the episode was again set in the s-in both cases the botched abortions highlighted the trouble criminalizing abortion could cause, rather than serving to punish the characters.

The trope is played straight in "The Good-Bye Room", although Hillary indicates that her desire not to abort is less about concerns over her virtue and more about a justified fear of injury or death from the procedure, as this is another episode that takes place when abortion was not yet legal.

When asked whether she has done anything that would make her confirmation difficult, she offhandedly replies that she stole a book, bought a marijuana plant for her roomie, and had an abortion.

Cue minor Heroic B. Important to note that they were only worried about the political implications. None of the protagonists thinks any less of her for it, and they subsequently do nominate her.

One plot line on South of Nowhere involved Chelsea getting pregnant from Clay and going for an abortion. At the last minute, she opts out and keeps the baby, which she later loses in a car crash.

In a Russian teen TV series Kadetstvo , a Good Girl ponders over the option of abortion, decides to go through with it and sticks to that decision. Her Good Boy boyfriend objects to that, and she promptly breaks up with him.

Considering how common abortion is in Russia, around 2. In EastEnders erstwhile single-mother Michelle matter-of-factly aborted her husband's baby, after rejecting abortion while she was pregnant the first time.

The difference was partly that she loved the father of the first child, the notorious Dirty Den, and didn't actually love her husband, weedy Lofty.

It has since its creation evolved into a modern art form. The goal of this art is to transform a flat sheet of material into a finished sculpture through folding and sculpting techniques, and as such the use of cuts or glue are not considered to be origami.

Paper cutting and gluing is usually considered kirigami. While some use the term proudly, most Japanese would consider it undesirable to be described in a serious fashion as otaku; many even consider it to be a genuine insult.

Paranoid thinking typically includes persecutory beliefs, or beliefs of conspiracy concerning a perceived threat towards oneself. Paranoia is distinct from phobias, which also involve irrational fear, but usually no blame. Making false accusations and the general distrust of others also frequently accompany paranoia. It is the smallest, highest-pitched member of the violin family of string instruments, which includes the viola and cello.

This can manifest as prophetic visions or could be more prosaic, such as the ability to see future events by means of some divinatory devices such as tarot cards or astrology, but such divination should be accurate. For porn, the character must be pregnant for a material portion of their total appearances; engaging in just 1 pregnant sex scene is not sufficient, tag pregnant sex instead.

Not to be confused with stomach bulge or stomach stretch, impregnated with larvae, or pregnant with larvae. The magnitude of overprotection can vary.

It can be as low as constantly nagging someone to "stay safe". It can be as extreme as the protector making it their mission in life to protect the other character.

This includes, but is not limited to: This can result from either a character trait structurally naturally scary looking face , or a habit, as in, they like making scary faces such as when angry. The puppeteer may be visible to or hidden from the audience.

A puppeteer can operate a puppet indirectly by the use of strings, rods, wires, electronics or directly by his or her own hands placed inside the puppet or holding it externally. Some puppet styles require puppeteers to work together as a team to create a single puppet character.

The lone storyteller rakugoka sits on the stage, called the Kouza. Using only a paper fan and a small cloth as props, and without standing up from the seiza sitting position, the rakugo artist depicts a long and complicated comical story. The story always involves the dialogue of two or more characters, the difference between the characters depicted only through change in pitch, tone, and a slight turn of the head. Please tag the relevant characters with those two tags and remove this tag from their respective anime.

The corresponding characters in each anime should be tagged with both the "pet" and "robot" tags, and then this tag should be removed from the respective anime. Please help with this process if you can. From Greek sarcasmos, "to tear flesh, gnash the teeth, speak bitterly". The term can also refer to a state of mind in which an individual believes that he or she is responsible for saving or assisting others. Who is to be saved or why or even whether or not the other person needs or wants to be saved are secondary concerns at best.

Typically they also have a name tag on the front. Sukumizu can also be black or white. This can lead to all sorts of amusing misunderstandings, thus is used as comedy element in some anime. A prominent characteristic of such shows is that the colour- and elemental-coded heroes, usually numbering around five or more, fight to save the world from the evil that terrorizes the area, which may even span the entire universe.

Generally, sentient objects have the ability to take decisions and act on them. It is also common for them to be able to move around on their own and simply do things on their own power.

Sentient weapons may be human, robotic, or magical, but not all magic weapons are sentient. A sentient weapon may experience a moral conflict from its specific nature as a weapon, or may function as the villain, which, through its intelligence, is able to gain power. Another possibility is that it assists the wielder, or is merely neutral. A person that does not fit in society. They typically look slightly high or depressed and they are usually alone most the time.

Some are alone because they are too snobbish and see themselves above everyone else. Others are alone because they want to be. They are usually the victims of every negative stereotype and rumour. The word can also be used to describe objects that are difficult to move or change ignore exclude include. Stuffed toys are also known as plush toys U. English from plush, the outer material used, and soft toys or cuddly toys British English.

Most kinds of swimsuit reveal a large portion of the body surface area. In anime, it is common for at least one episode to feature the characters in swimsuits, usually as an excuse for gratuitous fanservice; swimsuits, and in particular one-piece swimsuits, are a very common fetish in Japan. It fundamentally consists of a blade and a hilt, typically with one or two edges for striking and cutting, and a point for thrusting.

Fictional talking creatures often are anthropomorphic, possessing human-like qualities but appearing as a creature. An animal that only knows how to say its name for example, This contradicts scientific law as we know it, and is therefore nowadays impossible. Sometimes it appears as a paranormal or supernatural ability, and sometimes it is shown in science fiction through technological devices backed up by scientific laws yet to be discovered. Tsukkomi characters are the smart, reasonable, and down-to-earth half of the unit; their simple-minded counterparts are the boke characters.

Their approximate equivalent in Western culture is the comedy role of straight man. Please DO NOT assign it to any further characters; add the appropriate char-char relations to them instead. He is expected to be no match for his rivals or enemies. However, mostly through hard work and dedication he will eventually overcome his limitations.

Please help by tagging the character with the appropriate kind of uniform e. Includes boorish manners and obtrusive display of carnal "assets". Please tag all relevant characters from the tagged shows with the appropriate wafuku tags and then delete this tag from the corresponding anime. Thank you very much. See also yangire, a sibling trait to the yandere.

Zaku A mobile suit type from the Gundam series. Please help with that job if you know what episodes they should be assigned to. May bring unexpected happiness or a trauma and disgust to a character.

All or part of the cast visit an amusement park. Babysitting is commonly performed as an odd job by teenagers for extra money, stereotypically but not necessarily by girls. At least one of the characters in this anime will slip on a banana peel, leading to humorous or even ecchi situations.

Some Japanese find social importance in going to public baths, out of the theory that physical intimacy brings emotional intimacy, which is termed skinship in Japanese. Traditionally it is gender-segregated — men usually bathe only with men, and women with women. This includes a birthday party with a birthday cake and other food and presents — lots of them. This may be accidental or actually intended by the female character, or even a result of a device by the other character. To be regarded as "camping", a minimum of one night is spent outdoors, distinguishing it from day-tripping, picnicking, and other similarly short-term recreational activities.

Camping can be enjoyed through all four seasons. It involves at least to chest compressions per minute and may include artificial ventilation, often via mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. In general, CPR is continued until the person has a return of spontaneous circulation or is declared dead. Christmas This anime is about Christmas or has an episode relating to Christmas, often including the decoration of the Christmas tree, the shopping for and the handing out of presents, and an extra special opulent dinner a Christmas party.

No Christmas is complete without the falling of snow — for those romantic moments. As such Japanese series will often devote a whole episode to the characters cooking and eating curry dishes.

Something like a "guest star", but in a more important role. Excessive bouts of gluttony used in a humorous way. This becomes all the more absurd when supposedly frail characters often female students can gobble down so much food. Especially for the female cast this can be quite an important moment, so that stealing ones first kiss is serious for them.

They normally consist essentially of new content; they are different from and should not be confused with recaps, which are old content being shown again for no particular purpose. Ofuro is Japanese for bath, specifically a type of bath which originated as a short, steep-sided wooden bathtub. Baths of this type are found all over Japan in houses, apartments and traditional Japanese inns Ryokans.

Halloween "The time of year when the Great Pumpkin rises from the pumpkin patch to bring presents to all the good children. This is a part of the publicity circus centring on celebrities of that industry; in Japan, such events are very common, happening often with pop idols, seiyuu, mangaka, among others.

Often the cast of a show somehow ends up going to an onsen because of various reasons, such as winning a lottery ticket.

Amateur singing to subtitled music videos. The word itself is a compound of the Japanese words for "empty orchestra". Thus adding an unexpected plot twist to the story and some ecchi potential. The protagonists will offer some money, ring a bell at the end of a thick rope, and then pray for good fortune.

This usually goes along with gorging yourself at the many temporary food stalls, playing various games, and drawing a fortune. The female characters in the anime will usually dress up in a kimono, to show off their traditional Japanese clothing, while watching the fireworks.

The protagonist or any other character caught a cold so his friends go visit him. In a school setting this is used as a plot device to allow fellow students to show their concern, and it is also a pertinent excuse to get out of school. Can be interpreted as a sign of closeness or endearment in a romance setting. The female character is exhausted from previous running, or has a fit of anaemia, or hurt herself and no longer can walk. Usually they do not inflict harm but in the arms of certain individuals they are deadly weapons which, unlike real life pillow fights, can involve fatal injuries.

A little bonus for those patient enough! This applies regardless of if the credits play over an ED sequence, or over the "regular episode" that continues to air into the credits.

A sequence at the end of an episode, showing what will happen in the next episode, is NOT a post-credits scene; that is a preview.

Most public aquariums feature tanks larger than those kept by home aquarists, as well as smaller tanks. Since the first public aquariums were built in the midth century, they have become popular and their numbers have increased. Most modern accredited aquariums stress conservation issues and educating the public. The term derives from the English print club. Its simplicity and versatility is matched only by its destructiveness and the sheer terror it evokes.

Tokyo and Kyoto seem to be particularly popular as sightseeing destinations. So are hiking excursions into the local mountains. Potential for ecchi moments: Obviously the "boys" will get all sorts of ideas with the "girls" sleeping so close by. For good measure there may also be an athletics or sports festival in this anime. Here the protagonists can show their skills in diverse athletic competitions. This festival may also, though very rarely, take place at a kindergarten or preschool.

The person under the shower will most likely be female — providing "fanservice". Typical participant activities include staying up late, talking, eating and playing until falling asleep, which sometimes never happens for a few high energy guests. The festivities include food stalls cotton candy, candy apples, choco bananas, taiyaki , various games scoop goldfishes , and a fireworks display. The term generally refers to either chayi Chinese tea ceremony, chado Japanese tea ceremony, tarye Korean tea ceremony.

The Japanese tea ceremony is more well known, and was influenced by the Chinese tea ceremony during ancient and medieval times. Traditionally, popular White Day gifts are cookies, jewellery, white chocolate, white lingerie, and marshmallows. Or the destination of a field trip. Or it might simply be to visit the animals at the zoo. Chinese production no description set ignore exclude include. Indo-Japanese co-production no description set ignore exclude include.

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This is sometimes shortened to H games. Most erotic games are visual novels or dating sims but are not limited to them. A role-playing video game is a video game which includes elements of non-electronic role-playing games. For clarification, visual novels are considered a sub-genre of adventure games and the term does not cover simulations.

Everything and its mother is based on manga. There are exceptions where the manga was not the basis for the anime. It was first issued in The manga carried are mostly fantasy and science fiction stories aimed at young adults.

Its main target audience consists of young males and it features several manga titles. A number of very famous shounen manga were or are published in the magazine. Contrary to its title, Weekly Shounen Sunday issues are released on Wednesdays.

Note that it can be applied to novels as we know them but also the typical light novels for teens and young adults, which are common in Japan and aside from being short include a number of illustrations. Korean drama no description set ignore exclude include. To a certain extent it describes what you can expect from the world in the anime. Includes more specific places such as a country on Earth, as well as more general places such as a dystopia or a mirror world.

Casinos are most commonly built near or combined with hotels, restaurants, retail shopping, cruise ships and other tourist attractions. Some casinos are known for hosting live entertainment events, such as stand-up comedy, concerts, and sporting events. The term also describes the performance which has followed various formats through its year modern history. Dungeons are usually full of enemies and loot, which corresponds to items and money that may be either lying around or dropped by enemies killed by the player.

Caves and ruins are among the most common forms of dungeons. Earth The Earth is the third planet from the Sun. To its inhabitants, our planet is their home, so, as a species, we cherish it to the point many cultures even to this day deify it. The Earth is the main setting of most fiction, but many titles are set in other places, such as unrelated fantasy worlds, and in a considerable number of fictional titles the Earth is actually destroyed by invaders.

It has been the cradle of empires and has been ruled by foreign powers, and as of the early 21st century sees swift changes and economic boom going side by side with inhuman levels of poverty. Egypt Egypt, officially the Arab Republic of Egypt, is a transcontinental country spanning the northeast corner of Africa and southwest corner of Asia by a land bridge formed by the Sinai Peninsula.

Egypt is a Mediterranean country bordered by the Gaza Strip and Israel to the northeast, the Gulf of Aqaba to the east, the Red Sea to the east and south, Sudan to the south, and Libya to the west. It is bounded by the Atlantic Ocean on the east, borders most other South American countries, and covers Brazil is a regional power in Latin America and an international middle power identified by some analysts as an emerging global power.

Canada Canada is a country located in the northern part of North America. Its ten provinces and three territories extend from the Atlantic to the Pacific and northward into the Arctic Ocean.

Canada is sparsely populated, the majority of its land territory being dominated by forest and tundra and the Rocky Mountains.

Its capital is Ottawa, and its three largest metropolitan areas are Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver. Chile Chile is a South American country occupying a long, narrow strip of land between the Andes to the east and the Pacific Ocean to the west. It borders Peru to the north, Bolivia to the northeast, Argentina to the east, and the Drake Passage in the far south.

Chile also claims about 1,, square kilometres of Antarctica, although all claims are suspended by treaty. Easter Island is famous for its extant monumental statues, called moai, created by the early Rapa Nui people. Mexico Mexico is a federal republic in the southern half of North America.

The country is bordered to the north by the United States; to the south and west by the Pacific Ocean; to the southeast by Guatemala, Belize, and the Caribbean Sea; and to the east by the Gulf of Mexico. Covering almost two million square kilometers. With an estimated population of over million, it is the most populous Spanish-speaking country in the world while being the second most populous country in Latin America.

Peru Peru is a country in western South America. It is bordered in the north by Ecuador and Colombia, in the east by Brazil, in the southeast by Bolivia, in the south by Chile, and in the west by the Pacific Ocean. Peru is an extremely biodiverse country with habitats ranging from the arid plains of the Pacific coastal region in the west to the peaks of the Andes mountains vertically extending from the north to the southeast of the country to the tropical Amazon Basin rainforest in the east.

Chicago Chicago, officially the City of Chicago, is the third-most populous city in the United States. It is the county seat of Cook County.

The Chicago metropolitan area, often referred to as Chicagoland, has nearly 10 million people and is the third-largest in the United States. Chicago has often been called a global architecture capital and is considered one of the most important business centers in the world. Hawaii Hawaii is the 50th and most recent state to have joined the United States of America, having received statehood on August 21, Located in Oceania, Hawaii is the only U.

It is the northernmost island group in Polynesia, occupying most of an archipelago in the central Pacific Ocean.

Nevada Nevada is a state in the western, mountain west, and southwestern regions of the United States. Nevada is the 7th most extensive, the 35th most populous, and the 9th least densely populated of the 50 United States.

Las Vegas Las Vegas is the most populous city in the U. Las Vegas is an internationally renowned major resort city for gambling, shopping, and fine dining.

The city bills itself as The Entertainment Capital of the World, and is famous for its consolidated casino—hotels and associated entertainment. New York City is also the most densely populated major city in the United States. Located at the southern tip of the state of New York, the city is the center of the New York metropolitan area, one of the most populous urban agglomerations in the world.

Asia covers an area of 44,, square kilometers. The continent, which has long been home to the majority of the human population, was the site of many of the first civilizations. Asia is notable for not only its overall large size and population, but also dense and large settlements as well as vast barely populated regions within the continent of 4. It is the third- or fourth-largest country by total area, depending on the source consulted.

China also has the most neighbor countries in the world. Governed by the Communist Party of China, it exercises jurisdiction over 22 provinces, 5 autonomous regions, 4 direct-controlled municipalities, and the special administrative regions of Hong Kong and Macau. Hong Kong is the fourth-most densely populated region in the world. Shanghai Shanghai is one of the four direct-controlled municipalities of China and the most populous city in the world.

Located in the Yangtze River Delta, it sits on the south edge of the estuary of the Yangtze in the middle portion of the East China coast. It is the traditional homeland of the Tibetan people as well as some other ethnic groups such as Monpa, Qiang, and Lhoba peoples and is now also inhabited by considerable numbers of Han Chinese and Hui people.

Tibet is the highest region on Earth, with an average elevation of 4, metres 16, ft. It is the seventh-largest country by area, the second-most populous country, and the most populous democracy in the world.

It is bounded by the Indian Ocean on the south, the Arabian Sea on the southwest, and the Bay of Bengal on the southeast. It shares land borders with Pakistan to the west; China, Nepal, and Bhutan to the northeast; and Myanmar Burma and Bangladesh to the east.

Japan Japan is a sovereign island nation in East Asia. Located in the Pacific Ocean, it lies off the eastern coast of the Asian mainland and stretches from the Sea of Okhotsk in the north to the East China Sea and China in the southwest. Hiroshima Hiroshima Prefecture is a prefecture of Japan located in the Chuugoku region on Honshu island. The capital is the city of Hiroshima. Hokkaido Hokkaido is the second largest island of Japan, and the largest and northernmost prefecture. The Tsugaru Strait separates Hokkaido from Honshu.

The two islands are connected by the undersea railway Seikan Tunnel. The largest city on Hokkaido is its capital, Sapporo, which is also its only ordinance-designated city. The capital is the city of Kyoto. Nagasaki Nagasaki Prefecture is a prefecture of Japan located on the island of Kyushu. The capital is the city of Nagasaki. Nara Nara Prefecture is a prefecture in the Kansai region of Japan. The capital is the city of Nara. Okinawa Okinawa Prefecture is the southernmost prefecture of Japan.

It encompasses two thirds of the Ryukyu Islands in a chain over 1, kilometreslong. Osaka Osaka Prefecture is a prefecture located in the Kansai region on Honshu, the main island of Japan. The capital is the city of Osaka. It is the center of Osaka-Kobe-Kyoto area. Tokyo Tokyo, officially Tokyo Metropolis, is the capital city of Japan and one of its 47 prefectures.

The Greater Tokyo Area is the most populous metropolitan area in the world. It is the seat of the Emperor of Japan and the Japanese government. Tokyo is in the Kantou region on the southeastern side of the main island Honshu and includes the Izu Islands and Ogasawara Islands.

It gained the nickname Akihabara Electric Town shortly after World War II for being a major shopping center for household electronic goods and the post-war black market. Nowadays, Akihabara is considered by many to be an otaku cultural center and a shopping district for video games, anime, manga, and computer goods. Ikebukuro Ikebukuro is a commercial and entertainment district in Toshima, Tokyo, Japan. Toshima ward offices, Ikebukuro station, and several shops, restaurants, and enormous department stores are located within city limits.

Shinjuku Shinjuku is a special ward in Tokyo, Japan. It is a major commercial and administrative centre, housing the Northern half of the busiest railway station in the world Shinjuku Station and the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building, the administration centre for the government of Tokyo.

It became the tallest structure in Japan in and reached its full height of Not to be confused with the very much older Tokyo Tower. The structure is an Eiffel Tower-inspired lattice tower that is painted white and international orange to comply with air safety regulations. Not to be confused with the very much younger Tokyo Skytree. Yokohama Yokohama is the second largest city in Japan by population, after Tokyo, and the most populous municipality of Japan.

It is the capital city of Kanagawa Prefecture. It is a major commercial hub of the Greater Tokyo Area. Korea Korea is a historical country in East Asia; since , it has been divided into two distinct sovereign states: Located on the Korean Peninsula, Korea is bordered by China to the northwest and Russia to the northeast. It is the fifth-most populous country in the world.

Pakistan has a 1,kilometre coastline along the Arabian Sea and Gulf of Oman in the south and is bordered by India to the east, Afghanistan to the west, Iran to the southwest, and China in the far northeast. The island is home to many cultures, languages and ethnicities. Moors, Burghers, Malays, Chinese, and the aboriginal Vedda are also established groups on the island. Turkey Turkey, officially the Republic of Turkey, is a transcontinental parliamentary republic in Eurasia, mainly on the Anatolian peninsula in Western Asia, with a smaller portion on the Balkan peninsula in Southeast Europe.

Turkey is a democratic, secular, unitary, constitutional republic with a diverse cultural heritage. Istanbul is a transcontinental city in Eurasia, straddling the Bosphorus strait which separates Europe and Asia between the Sea of Marmara and the Black Sea.

Its commercial and historical center lies on the European side and about a third of its population lives on the Asian side.

Vietnam is bordered by China to the north, Laos to the northwest, Cambodia to the southwest, Thailand across the Gulf of Thailand to the southwest, and the Philippines, Malaysia and Indonesia across the South China Sea to the east and southeast.

Europe Europe is a continent located entirely in the Northern Hemisphere and mostly in the Eastern Hemisphere. It is bordered by the Arctic Ocean to the north, the Atlantic Ocean to the west, and the Mediterranean Sea to the south. It comprises the westernmost part of Eurasia.

The term is sometimes used to just refer to the kingdom and republic periods, excluding the subsequent empire. A small and densely populated country. Straddling the cultural boundary between Germanic and Latin Europe, Belgium is home to two main linguistic groups: Czech Republic The Czech Republic, also known as Czechia, is a landlocked nation state in Central Europe bordered by Germany to the west, Austria to the south, Slovakia to the east and Poland to the northeast.

It is a unitary parliamentary republic, the capital and largest city is Prague. Prague Prague is the capital and largest city in the Czech Republic, the 14th largest city in the European Union and also the historical capital of Bohemia. It is situated in the north-west of the country on the Vltava river.

The city has a temperate climate, with warm summers and chilly winters. It is bordered by Sweden to the west, Norway to the north, Russia to the east, and Estonia to the south across the Gulf of Finland. France France, officially the French Republic, is a country whose territory consists of metropolitan France in western Europe, as well as several overseas regions and territories. Paris Paris is the capital and most populous city in France.

Germany Germany, officially the Federal Republic of Germany, is a federal parliamentary republic in central-western Europe. It includes 16 constituent states, and has a largely temperate seasonal climate.

Germany is the most populous member state of the European Union. Italy Italy, officially the Italian Republic, is a unitary parliamentary republic in Europe. Rome also serves as the capital of the Lazio region.

It is the fourth-most populous city in the European Union by population within city limits. It is the centre of the Metropolitan City of Rome. Rome is located in the central-western portion of the Italian Peninsula, within Lazio Latium , along the shores of the Tiber. Venice Venice is a city in northeastern Italy and the capital of the Veneto region. It is situated across a group of small islands that are separated by canals and linked by bridges, of which there are The islands are located in the shallow Venetian Lagoon, an enclosed bay that lies between the mouths of the Po and the Piave Rivers.

Parts of Venice are renowned for the beauty of their settings, their architecture, and artwork. Romania Romania is a sovereign state located in Southeastern Europe. The country is the seventh most populous member state of the European Union. Russia Russia, officially known as the Russian Federation, is a sovereign country in Eurasia. Moscow Moscow is the capital and most populous city of Russia, it is recognized as Russian federal city.

Moscow is a major political, economic, cultural, and scientific centre of Russia and Eastern Europe, as well as the largest city entirely on the European continent.

Spain Spain, officially the Kingdom of Spain, is a country mostly located on the Iberian Peninsula in Europe, with there also being two large archipelagoes, the Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean Sea and the Canary Islands off the African Atlantic coast, two cities, Ceuta and Melilla, on the African mainland and several small islands in the Alboran Sea near the African coast.

Switzerland Switzerland, officially the Swiss Confederation is a federal republic in Europe. While the Alps occupy the greater part of the territory, the Swiss population of approximately eight million people is concentrated mostly on the plateau, where the largest cities are to be found.

Lying off the north-western coast of the European mainland, the UK includes the island of Great Britain, the north-eastern part of the island of Ireland and many smaller islands.

London London is the capital and most populous city of both England and the United Kingdom. Standing on the River Thames in the south east of the island of Great Britain, London has been a major settlement for two millennia.

It was founded by the Romans, who named it Londinium. The corresponding adjective is Middle Eastern and the derived noun is Middle Easterner. The term has come into wider usage as a replacement of the term Near East as opposed to the Far East beginning in the early 20th century. Situated in the southeast of the Asia Pacific region, Oceania is the smallest continental grouping in land area and the second smallest in population after Antarctica. Australia Australia, officially the Commonwealth of Australia, is a sovereign country comprising the mainland of the Australian continent, the island of Tasmania and numerous smaller islands.

It extends from the Arctic in the north to the Southern Ocean or, depending on definition, to Antarctica in the south, bounded by Asia and Australia in the west, and the Americas in the east. The condition for a virtual reality to exist is the existence of an originating real world for the character. In some cases, a virtual reality where characters can get harmed physically is depicted.

Also a dandy setting for creepy happenings in anime. Generally, an island setting involves interaction with "island" elements. Such elements could include but is not limited towards: This can either involve jungle adventures or shady business revolving around deforesting of jungles or forests. The term originates from the red lights that were used as signs of brothels. There are areas in many big cities around the world which have acquired an international reputation as red-light districts.

The Latin name for Earth - Terra, would also pass the condition of being in the same universe as Earth. Basically, even mentioning of Earth existing or having existed would be enough. Although Moon is a moon, it also qualifies as Other Planet. Mars Mars is the fourth planet from the Sun and the second-smallest planet in the Solar System after Mercury. In English, Mars carries a name of the Roman god of war, and is often referred to as the "Red Planet" because the reddish iron oxide prevalent on its surface gives it a reddish appearance that is distinctive among the astronomical bodies visible to the naked eye.

Mars is a terrestrial planet with a thin atmosphere. It is the fifth-largest natural satellite in the Solar System, and the largest among planetary satellites relative to the size of the planet that it orbits. Space stations think Death Star also count. Basically, this category is to tell if the setting takes place onboard a spaceship in space. This category is not applicable if the spaceship lies on a planet and never actually gets into space.

This usually also includes colony-life episodes that not only show the technical staff of professionals astronauts, scientists, etc. Welcome to Hell, where you will suffer for all eternity for your sins. The devils with pitchforks will take good care of you there. The anime can be set in an alternative universe not tied with our own, as long as it has a futuristic feel to it.

This category sports quite a lot of anime, mostly stemming from SciFi, but not necessarily only from there. Gundam anime with this tag all belong in the same universe. This category should almost always go together with one of its sub-categories, because the past can either be a depiction of a historical event s or not, in which case it would be alternative past. The Corleones ruled that time. Bakumatsu - Meiji Period "Bakumatsu" occurred between and during which Japan ended its isolationist foreign policy and modernized from a feudal shogunate to the Meiji government.

Bakumatsu represents the final years of the Edo period when the Tokugawa shogunate ended and preceded the Meiji era. During this time, Japan started its modernization and rose to world power status.

In fiction, the Cold War between the USA and the Soviet Union is sometimes featured in "what if" scenarios that take place in the future or alternative present. Heian period Last division of classical Japanese history, covering the time period from to Kamakura period The Kamakura period — is a period of Japanese history that marks the governance by the Kamakura shogunate, officially established in in Kamakura by the first shougun, Minamoto no Yoritomo.

The period is known for the emergence of the samurai, the warrior caste, and for the establishment of feudalism in Japan.

Muromachi period The Muromachi period is a division of Japanese history running from approximately to Nara period The Nara Period is the historical period beginning in , the year the capital was moved from Fujiwarakyou to Heijoukyou the modern-day city of Nara , and ending in , when the capital was moved to Nagaokakyou. Likewise, the Sengoku period in Japan would eventually lead to the unification of political power under the Tokugawa shogunate.

Taishou period A period in the history of Japan dating from July 30, to December 25, , coinciding with the reign of the Emperor Taishou. The supposed historical novel itself was written in the 14th century by Luo Guanzhong of China and is based upon events in the turbulent years near the end of the Han Dynasty and the Three Kingdoms era of China, starting in and ending in Tokugawa period The anime takes place during a period of Japanese history running from to The Victorian Era style of clothing, however, ended in It was a long period of peace, prosperity, refined sensibilities and national self-confidence for Britain.

Some scholars date the beginning of the period in terms of sensibilities and political concerns to the passage of the Reform Act A famous era for old classic literature works.

Autumn marks the transition from summer into winter, in September Northern Hemisphere or March Southern Hemisphere , when the arrival of night becomes noticeably earlier and the temperature cools considerably.

One of its main features is the shedding of leaves from deciduous trees. The hemisphere begins to warm significantly causing new plant growth to "spring forth," giving the season its name.

Many flowering plants bloom this time of year, in a long succession sometimes beginning when snow is still on the ground, continuing into early summer. Think oppressively warm weather, summer vacation, summer school, summer festival, or a visit to the beach. While some anime might feature sexual content they still might not be considered pornography. The distinction is made by whether the content is sold only to adults.

As the name implies, seinen works are marketed primarily to an audience of young men; the age range commonly understood to be the target of such works goes roughly from 17 to somewhere in the 40s. Such information can be found here. This may be a form of artistic visualisation. In the most substantial cases, expect many things to have been changed from the original events. Some modern anime may intentionally shift to black and white for certain scenes or episodes as an artistic effect.

It was only made available in This tag does NOT apply to series that had initial broadcasts in 4: For those, use "Delayed broadcast". Cel-shading is often used to mimic the style of a comic book or cartoon. It is somewhat recent, appearing from around the beginning of the twenty-first century.

The name comes from cels short for celluloid , the clear sheets of acetate which are painted on for use in traditional 2D animation. That normally applies to fan service, but may also apply to gore and violence. In some shows, the censorship in the disk releases is even stronger than in the TV version.

This does not apply to censorship of what Japanese pornography laws still require to be censored. CGI Computer-generated imagery CGI or computer animation is the art of creating moving images via the use of computers. Increasingly it is created by means of 3D computer graphics, though 2D computer graphics are still widely used for stylistic, low bandwidth, and faster real-time rendering needs. The traditional 2D art is enhanced by 3D imagery developed through computer modeling software. Done in the right way, this union of 3D in a 2D animated world can be a very beautiful relationship.

Depending on the setting, some could even be considered as "animated infomercials". At some point usually weeks down the line, it was rebroadcast in This tag does NOT apply to series created in For those, use "Broadcast cropped to ". Generally, we can only reasonably observe that a show is discontinued after the fact. As such, this tag should not be added to an anime until at least 5 years have passed since the anime airing has ended.

ED variety Several ED sequences in this anime have either a different song or different animation, maybe even to the point of having a unique ED for each episode. Very popular on amateur fanproductions like the ones found in places such as YouTube ignore exclude include. This is irrespective of whether specific groups have released rips of such formats to the internet.

This includes episodes that are 11 to 20 minutes in length; shows with episodes up to and including 10 minutes are short episodes instead. Itano circus The Itano circus is named after Itano Ichirou, a Japanese animator, and refers to a highly stylized and acrobatic method of depicting aerial combat and dogfights in many anime, particularly the Macross series, where it was utilised by Itano for the first time and was ground-breaking.

Not to be used if a show has occasional minute specials. Normally, there is a specific idea in mind: The "Me" in "Anime no Me" means "eye" and refers to the eye of a typhoon. Animeism Animeism is a late-night Japanese programming block established in April It is devoted to anime and broadcast on MBS. Animerama One of the Mushi Productions Animerama films from the early 70s.

ComicFesta Anime Zone contains several original work and doujin teen and adult love anime. The full, uncensored versions are distributed on Anime Zone. The R versions are broadcast on terrestrial TV and mainstream internet distribution websites. Injuu Hentai Series The Injuu Hentai Series are a group of thematically similar, but otherwise unrelated, hentai series.

The series was partially adapted into an experimental anime series in the s and 90s. Margaret Video Series Margaret Video Series is a multi-anime project by studio Madhouse comprising several one-episode OVAs based on various mangas serialized in shoujo magazine Margaret. It is used to introduce new songs from popular and new singers, as well as to highlight the talents of various animators and directors.

Noise Noise was a Fuji TV late night anime programming block. Rumic World Rumic World is a series of OVAs based on short manga stories written by Takahashi Rumiko, as well as well the name of the manga series most of the original stories were compiled in. Sekai Meisaku Gekijou World Masterpiece Theatre is a Japanese TV anime staple that showcases an animated version of a different classical book or story each year.

It originally aired from to and then resumed in WMT series originally air primarily on Fuji Television. G dedicated to the streaming of exclusively produced short-episodes anime in vertical format.

The block typically featured three short episodes anime of about eight minutes each. Vanilla Series Collection of unrelated hentai produced by Digital Works. Wakate Animator Ikusei Project The Young Animator Training Project is an annual project that culminates in a series of shorts produced by various animation studios each year and means to address the concern that more of the Japanese animation process is being outsourced overseas, thus leading to a decline in opportunities to teach animation techniques within Japan, through on-the-job training of young animators.

It was broadcast from Not to be confused with short episodes, which are regular episodes that are much shorter than the standard length up to and including 10 minutes.

Thus, over the years it became a norm to invest more time and money into the first and last episode, leaving many episodes in the middle to stand severe budget restrictions. This sometimes results in episodes which particularly stand out due to the drop in artwork or animation quality; bar some basic framework, they often have little in common with the rest of the series.

OP variety Several OP sequences in this anime have either a different song or different animation, maybe even to the point of having a unique OP for each episode. Given the short screen time these panels are given, they are usually not relevant to the plot.

It is usually but by no means always a depiction of a human character, and is used in puppetry, a play or a presentation that is a very ancient form of theatre. The puppet undergoes a process of transformation through being animated, and is normally manipulated by at least one puppeteer.

This could be sometime in the future, though names and certain places will still be recognizable. This means up to and including 10 minutes; shows with episodes that are 11 to 20 minutes in length are half-length episodes instead.

Not to be confused with multi-segment episodes, which are regular episodes that are split into several short segments parts , usually with separate titles and independent storylines. Sometimes used in low budged animations for action scenes. This tag should not used for sequels, side stories, or summary movies, but may be used if the movie is either the first anime in a franchise or a remake. The movie must be feature-length. In general, a "show-in-show" would not qualify as standalone.

The object is moved in small increments between individually photographed frames, creating the illusion of movement when the series of frames is played as a continuous sequence. The term is used to refer to various flattened forms in Japanese graphic art, animation, pop culture and fine arts, as well as the "shallow emptiness of Japanese consumer culture".

As self-proclaimed art movement, it was a successful piece of niche marketing, a branded art phenomenon designed for Western audiences. Reasons for that may include, among others, to optimize the available screen area of mobile phones. This is not the same as and should not be confused with the Tate Anime mobile device app, which streams some anime in vertical format. It is sometimes used purposedly as a false camera effect, such as drawing attention to the center of the screen.

Not to be confused with "broadcast cropped to " or "delayed broadcast" ignore exclude include. They set the backdrop against which the protagonists must face their challenges. These are only but a few of the more typical backgrounds for anime plots. Add to that a Conspiracy setting with a possible tragic outcome, the Themes span most of the imaginable subject matter relevant to anime.

It is traditionally found in the form of a beverage such as beer, wine, or liquor, although in some contexts it can be inhaled to produce similar or intoxication, and some people prefer another way of consuming beverage-form alcohol.

It is traditionally made from malted cereal grains with hops. This may mean inability to memorize new information, or inability to recollect old memories. Since there are many types of memory, the person may e. Amnesia is fairly common in fiction as a plot device. In fact, because it allows for major plot changes while requiring little creativity from the author, it may be subject to heavy overuse. The archaeological record consists of artifacts, architecture, biofacts and cultural landscapes.

Archaeologists study human prehistory and history, from the development of the first stone tools up until recent decades.

Archaeology has various goals, which range from reconstructing past lifeways to documenting and explaining changes in human societies through time. Historically, astronomy has included disciplines as diverse as astrometry, celestial navigation, observational astronomy and the making of calendars, but professional astronomy is nowadays often considered to be synonymous with astrophysics. Then, rather than simply relying on the use of raw power, try to deduce an effective strategy to foil their opponent s.

The battle of wits can be in the center of the intrigue or just a side story. Death Note, Code Geass ignore exclude include. This is an age-old philosophical problem of what human beings think they want and what is actually good for them. Strong bonds of trust receive violations of confidence while friendships are faithlessly given up or revealed to have been false from the start. Not to be confused with body snatcher. One who engages in bullying is known as a bully.

This probably happened due to their transport vessel failing near said island, most often during a storm. Despite having used products of modern technology before, they are left without such resources, effectively living in some sort of stone age. In anime the term is used in a more general sense where the protagonists have to face a challenge, make an important decision in their life, take on responsibility, or learn a lesson, and by overcoming these obstacles they reach a higher level of maturity.

The protagonists of conspiracy thrillers are often journalists or amateur investigators who find themselves often inadvertently pulling on a small thread which unravels a vast conspiracy that ultimately goes "all the way to the top". If a coup fails, a civil war may ensue. The story generally takes place in a court of law, and the key characters are the defendant, the lawyers for prosecution and defence, judge, and jurors, and witnesses.

There may be significant action outside the courtroom as the defence and prosecution chase witnesses or gather evidence. It is a shady world, unknown to most people, where illegal things like murder, smuggling, drug dealing and similar are happening daily. Groups known to be acting in this world are for example the mafia or the yakuza. In current usage it typically denotes a criminal organization or else a criminal affiliation.

A person given as a pledge or security for the performance of the conditions of a treaty or stipulations of any kind, on the performance of which the person is to be released.

Wiktionary ignore exclude include. This may be done for ransom or in furtherance of another crime, or in connection with a child custody dispute.

The term was originally applied to the Sicilian mafia, but has since expanded to encompass other organizations of similar methods and purpose, such as in "the Russian mafia" or "the Japanese mafia". Others calling themselves pirates may be focusing on the freedom and romance in the piracy-related tropes. They may be after the One Piece or a spaceship full of diamonds, too. Real-life pirates were extremely common a few centuries ago, but nowadays very few still exist. The word also refers to people who illegally download copyrighted works.

Thar be pirates in these dark waters, matey! It finds often use in science fiction stories. CGDCT is often mistaken as low level yuri or shoujo ai.

Daily Life is basically a synonym for everything normal, repetitive, and trivial happening to your average person. The job is taxing and the pay is low, not really the dream job one would choose to work in. Working as salesperson in a department store, or as a waitress in a family restaurant.

Often used to unite the cast of a show for this one goal, to make them put differences aside and become a band of nakama. This tends to cheapen the dramatic death of a character to the point of being little more than a flesh wound if overused.

The two opponents square off, and one of them hits the other with a series of mighty blows that would fell a mountain. Nothing seems to be happening!

Sometimes, you may also discover that you were Made of Explodium. Throughout the majority of human history, primitive societies have engaged in human sacrifice, generally as a religious act, such as an offering to please or appease deities, spirits, or the deceased.

Other uses that have been seen include magic rituals, usually related to black magic or the summoning of demons. Acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnic, racial or religious group. Typically a female character will be extremely distressed that her clothes no longer fit, or that her ideal weight has been exceeded.

Ironically, normal growth is often the explanation. Since diets do not work, this ends up as a comedy element, with many ridiculous attempts to get slim quickly. Disasters have substantial, long-lasting negative repercussions, and great effort must be spent in order to undo or mitigate their effects.

In any case it looks grim, and the protagonists battle to preserve what they can.

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