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" "Nothing is ever a lady's fault, you'll learn that," Lord Trimingham told me.This remark, confirming something I already felt, made an immense impression on me.
A male character is portrayed performing an act that seems evil and unfair in a relationship, like say, looking at another woman.
I'm a Man, I Can't Help It overrides this trope, but only with sympathetic male characters.
The Inverted Trope of My Girl Is Not a Slut, for the post-Women's Lib era.
Overlaps with Females Are More Innocent, Women Are Wiser, The Mistress, and Never My Fault.
Note: This only relates to the double standard against men in relationships.
If anything relates to abuse, please see Double Standard: Abuse, Female on Male.
It's the turn of the century in New York's Lower East Side and a sense of adventure and excitement abounds for five young sisters - Ella, Henny, Sarah, Charlotte and Gertie.Follow along as they search for hidden buttons while dusting Mama's front parlor, or explore the basement warehouse of Papa's peddler's shop on rainy days.Meanwhile, a female character can perpetrate the exact same actions but not receive any sort of penalty or negative dividends for it.As such, the end result of this is usually both that male sexuality (and the expressions thereof) are presented as inherently "wrong", "dirty" and "ugly", and that any problems that arise in a heterosexual relationship are automatically the man's fault. Shorter works rarely deal with the characters long enough for the disconnect to be very obvious. Expect the target of the discontent to be a guy or girl of the week.For a look at affairs in general, see Good Adultery, Bad Adultery.Interestingly, the more involved named characters a work has in any given adultery plot, the closer the Sympathetic Adulterer ratio between men and women reaches 1:1.