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Namely, a character is conceived through rape. Common in Fanficparticularly among Mary Sue characters. In fiction, children conceived by rape are sometimes considered to be "tainted", especially in horror movies where they often grow up to be either deformed Bastard Bastard killers or straight up monsters.
However, equally common for a fictional serial killer in the horror genre is, if they are conceived via rape, for their conception to be used as a Freudian Excuseas if either their upbringing or the idea that the rapist somehow managed to "inject evil" into their DNA led the serial killer character to murder.
Considering that Marital Rape License was pretty much Truth in Television in all patriarchal countries at some point in history, there is plenty of proof that a child by rape usually won't turn out more evil than any other child, but writers don't let that get in the way of their horror movie plot.
If the child in question is a Heroic Bastardthen they may fear or angst about the possibility of being tainted by their parents' crimes.
Some such children go on to avenge themselves and their victimized parent upon the perpetrator. Even if the child is able to make peace with their origin, parental mistreatment or abuse might result in the child resenting his or her parents — or the situation can be flipped: In other cases, the parent loves and accepts their child and while the child may have difficulty coming to terms with this trope, they are eventually able to do so.
If the child's conception is well-known, then society at large might ostracize the victimized parent, their childor both for being "tainted". May be caused by Rape, Pillage, and Burn if a civilian is unfortunate enough to fall into enemy hands.
Such children will often be subject to Half-Breed Discriminationespecially if most conceptions of this type result from rape. Some settings where this is a common occurrence will offer a Stereotype Flip: A variation is Medical Rape and Impregnatewherein a woman is made pregnant through non-sexual means without her consent.
This trope itself is Truth in Televisionand not just in human beings. Scientists have found that in many species, males who cannot attract a willing mate will ambush a female as a last resort. Some species have a depressingly large number of males commit rape as their first resort, usually leading to an evolutionary "arms race" between males and females.
Some biologists have even claimed rape is an evolutionary adaption, though this view isn't accepted by most, and it remains a very controversial idea. In addition, some studies  suggest that, statistically, rape may have a higher probability to result in pregnancy than consensual intercourse, although why this may be remains unknown.
This was actually viewed as medically impossible for centuries in the West, due to a theory that female and male genitalia were mirror images, thus conception supposedly required ejaculation by both sexes, which they held would only happen if the sex were enjoyed i.
Though there is some truth to the "mirror image" idea, the latter is not the case. However, you can see the problem already: There is a remnant of the "no pregnancy due to rape" concept still floating around, as Todd Akin's infamous comments on "legitimate rape" made clear in Along with this, the idea that an orgasm means it was enjoyed, thus rape must not have occurred.
This isn't the case though — orgasm has been documented to occur involuntarily for men and women.
Shogun Iemitsu raped a passing commoner girl one night just to prove he could bed a woman if he wanted to. Since his other bed partners were all teenage boys, when he died of the Red-Faced Pox a decade later, his illegitimate daughter became the only hope for keeping the Tokugawa direct line in power and avoiding a Succession Crisis civil war that would drive the country to collapse.
Iemitsu's death was hidden and his daughter secretly imprisoned in Edo Castle to produce a male heir. In a second instance of this trope, she was raped and impregnated by a castle guard. Her daughter died in infancy. Sakyo's two older children are strongly implied to be this, as their mother is also his mother and he was quite eager to leave and join Ienobu's household.
Vampire Hunter D is the result of a cruel game Dracula played with a mortal woman: After multiple cycles of this, Dracula kept that promise, and D was born. Knowing this it's not surprising that D grew up and dedicated his life to killing vampires. It's never stated outright, but it is very heavily implied that she was raped by at least two Amestrian soldiers.
Implied in regards to Yoshino and Kariya in a Bleach filler arc. She's the only Bount who can actually reproduce, according to him In Elfen Liedthe ultimate plan of the Big Bad Chief Kakuzawa is unveiled when he introduces Lucy to her own half-brother, a Male Diclonius, Primary like herself, the result of his rape of Lucy's mother, taken captive after Lucy herself was.
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