Steven Universe 
TV Show
Action
Animation
Comedy
Fantasy
TV Show
Action
Animation
Comedy
Fantasy
Updated: June 22, 2022
No rape or sexual assault
Rape or sexual assault mentioned, discussed, implied
Sexual harassment e.g non-consensual grabbing, touching, cat-calling)
Sexual relationship between adult and teenager
Child sex abuse
Incest
Attempted rape
Rape off-screen or strongly implied
Rape on-screen

Description

S2E14 (Historical Friction): one character slaps another character's butt without his consent (10:13). It is treated as a joke. Worthy of note: in S1E37 (Alone Together), two main characters are forced to dance with a man and are uncomfortable, and have a discussion afterwards about how it affected them though they didn't completely understand what had happened. This is not inherently sexual, but the conversation is similar to one between people who have been sexually assaulted. S1E52 ('Jail Break'): an antagonist coerces a supporting character into fusing. The supporting character does not relent when the antagonist is unhappy with the direction the fusion takes. S2E8 ('Keeping It Together'): two of the main characters are made to see 'forced fusions' created by the antagonists. One of these characters is deeply unsettled this, and she explains to the other character that forced fusion isn't true fusion. S2E11 ('Cry For Help'): one of the main characters repeatedly tricks another main character into fusing. Subsequent episodes in the arc (such as 'Keystone Motel') discuss the impact of this deception. S2E13 ('Onion Friend'): the impact of the non-consensual fusion of S2E11 is mentioned. One character is forced by another child character to watch him being born on a video tape without his knowledge or consent. The same character is repeatedly made uncomfortable by him, but he feels he cannot end the 'play date' in order to appease the adults applying pressure for them to be friends. S3E15 ('Alone at Sea'): the antagonist and the supporting character from S1E52 discuss the effects of their fusion. S3E23 ('Earthlings'): an antagonist forcibly fuses with a 'corrupt Gem' who cannot give consent.

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