Her male Gay Best Friend, who was also daydreaming about the same guy (who is really a girl) will probably feel similarly. Almost always there is shock upon The Reveal, probably disappointment and maybe even disgust on the part of the character who was feeling the attraction, but usually the two characters can reconcile by the end and become friends. Gossow left the band in March 2014 and was replaced by Canadian Alissa White-Gluz, while remaining as the group's manager.Arch Enemy, the brainchild of Michael Amott (Carcass, Carnage, and Spiritual Beggars), was originally assembled when Amott left Carcass.Other times it might not bother them, or after a period of consideration, they'll decide If It's You, It's Okay. Alan: And, a-a-a-and you and Jill used to- Charlie: Every chance we got. This is both a reveal trope as well as a character reaction trope, when what initially appears to be compatible gender attraction is later revealed to actually be . Alan: A-A-And Mom is- Charlie: At this very moment.
Usually said character's true gender is being kept secret purposefully and they are a male Disguised in Drag or a female disguised as a male (sometimes even using a realistic mask or a Full-Body Disguise), but whether the misunderstanding was intentional or not, due to Rule of Drama, they A straight female might be shocked to realize that hot guy she's been daydreaming about was actually a woman.
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One common example is that a straight man is attracted to a woman but finds out that she's transgender and has a penis—in Real Life, "trans panic" can have violent or even lethal consequences, and numerous trans people (mainly trans women) being physically or sexually assaulted, sometimes even murdered, when their genitals are revealed.
Compare with Shapeshifting Squick, Dude Looks Like a Lady, Lady Looks Like a Dude, Bifauxnen, Gender-Blender Name, Samus Is a Girl, Female Monster Surprise, and Incompatible Orientation. Contrast Jumping the Gender Barrier and She's a Man in Japan. Formerly called "Dropped A Bridget On Him", a play on the ) She's cute.
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