Lingerie Scene

  • A lot of the earlier clothing sets for Barbie included lingerie. They stopped selling lingerie for Barbie around 2000. Since Barbie was intended for little girls, some of the lingerie actually resemble gowns. Which Barbie will wear either underneath a fancy dress or when she is sleeping.
    • Two Barbie-themed magnetic board books features such illustrations on one of their pages: one book had Barbie and her friend Teresa stripped down to their undergarments at a store so they can put on some dresses (one pink and one blue, both are magnets); Barbie wore a light blue undershirt with dark blue straps and a decorative ribbon on her bustline that exposed her midriff and white panties with pink and blue polka dots on them, while Teresa wore a pink undershirt with faint hearts vertical stripes on them and white straps and decorative ribbon (also on her bustline) that went down to her waist and horizontal rainbow-striped panties; while in the other book Barbie is a bridesmaid at a wedding, and at one point both Barbie and the young bride-to-be are revealed to be wearing gowns under their pink bridesmaid dress and wedding dress (also magnets), respectively; Barbie wore a plain lavender ankle-length gown with a black lace outline, straps, and decorative ribbon; while the bride wore a white floor-length gown with a peach flower pattern, straps, and decorative ribbon (they probably slept in them when not under their dresses).
    • Modern Barbies (at least the ones sold in the US) have “underwear” molded onto the dolls’ bodies. Even the ones that come wearing swimsuits.

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    Video Games 

    Web Comics 

  • Agatha from Girl Genius[159], especially during the earlier middle part of the story. She sleeps in her underwear, so when sleep-walking/sleep-inventing strikes, that’s what she’ll be wearing when she’s found sleeping in a lab[160] the next morning[161]. Repeatedly[162]. Slightly played with in that her underwear is actually pretty tame by modern standards, essentially consisting of a corset and long johns that have most of her body covered, but by Victorian standards[163] it’s remarkably indecent.
  • Any, from M9 Girls![164] is shown in her bikini briefs after it being implied she had sex with the Professor.
  • Oddly enough, the occasional lingerie scene in Ménage à 3[165] tends to be considered less erotic, despite the attractiveness of the female cast – because the comic is completely relaxed about toplessness most of the time. Lingerie scenes became more common when the creators of the comic decided to stop showing female nipples[166] to get more advertisements on their website – since then, female characters often have sex while having a bra or a shirt on.
  • In-universe in Misfile[167]. Ash’s mother is a Lingerie Model. When Ash’s father was asked, he pulled out a catalog and pointed her out.
  • Sandra of Sandra on the Rocks[168] is a trainee fashion model, so the lingerie scenes involving her and various other characters can be somewhat justified. The ones that aren’t about modelling in any way are more likely to be Played for Laughs[169].
  • Twilight Sparkle, Applejack and Rainbow Dash in the My Little Pony: Equestria Girls[170] fan comic Caught in the Storm. The trio ends up stuck in a storm inside Applejack’s car, so they decide to spend the night there till the storm calms down. They strip to their underwear for different reasons: Twilight gets a leaf stuck in her shirt, Applejack’s shirt gets wet and Rainbow Dash gets hot inside the car.
  • Discussed in an early Questionable Content[171], when Marten comes out of his room and accidentally catches Faye (who is sleeping on his couch at the time) in her bra, changing her shirt. She is initially upset, as much from being surprised as from anything he saw, but later admits it really isn’t a big deal, as he didn’t see anything that he wouldn’t have seen at the beach.

    Western Animation 

    Real Life 

  • 1999 FIFA Women’s World Cup when Brandi Chastain took her shirt off in celebration after a game-winning goal.
    • Mocked in a later commercial. Two guys are playing Foosball with Brandi Chastain, and she wins. The guys and everyone stop to see what’s coming… “What?” she asks, and goes about her business.
    • Parodied about fifteen years before it happened on Alas Smith and Jones[180], when they wonder why they’ve gone to a women’s football match. Then the game ends, and the players all swap shirts… And unlike Brandi Chastain, none of those players were wearing bras.

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